Mary Ann Rogers was tried at Lent Assize, Dorchester on Thursday 12th of March, 1807.
SIR ALAN CHAMBRE, Knight, one of the Justices of our Lord the King of his Court of Common Pleas
SIR THOMAS MANNERS SUTTON, Knight, one of the Justices of our Lord the King of his Court of Common Pleas
ARTHUR COZENS, Esquire, Sheriff
Mary Ann Rogers age 19 years was committed by J.H. Browne,. Esq. charged with stealing out of the house of John Parker of Chickerill, money, notes and bills, to the value of nineteen pounds, twelve shillings, and sixpence - Warrant dated the 27th September 1806.
Mary Ann Rogers was sentenced to death, reprieved to be transported to New South Wales as a Felon for the Term of her Life.