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Lydia Rogers Turner's Old Star

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Plaque: Lydia Rogers

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Lydia Rogers
Found guilty of allowing the devil to draw blood from her hand to form an evil pact. Confessed her crimes to a minister. 1658
Site of witchcraft
The London Dungeon

We are not aware of any evidence connecting Rogers with this particular site in Wapping.

Site: Turner's Old Star (2 memorials)

E1, Watts Street, 14, Turner's Old Star Public House

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Lydia Rogers

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Lydia Rogers

Supposed witch. The wife of carpenter John Rogers, she belonged to a radical ...

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Lydia Rogers

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London Dungeon

Tourist attraction. It portrays various gory and macabre historical events, u...

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Lydia Rogers

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J.M.W. Turner - Wapping

Joseph Turner 1775 - 1851 Brought up in London, Turner was always fascinated ...

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