Dorchester, September 7. 1685

Of the thirteen Martyrs executed in Dorchester

Matthew Bragg: attorney of Dorchester, not in Monmouth’s Army, pleaded not guilty

John Fawne: of Corscombe, pleaded not guilty

Henry Ford: pleaded not guilty

John Game: pleaded not guilty

Benjamin Gray: of Bridport, with Monmouth, pleaded not guilty

Samuel Hilliard: pleaded not guilty

Philip Levermore: tanner of Honiton, pleaded not guilty

Robert Pinney: clothworker of Thorncombe, pleaded not guilty

George Seaward: yeomam of Colyton, pleaded not guilty

Thomas Smith: constable of Chard, argued with Jeffreys, pleaded not guilty

Joseph Speed: shoemarker of Colyton, fought for Protestant religion

Thomas Welch: carrier of Bridport, informed on, pleaded not guilty

John Wills: trained soldier of Broadwindsor, in the rebellion, pleaded not guilty

May their souls rest in peace.

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