These are to certifie that ye bearer hereof Seargeant Roger R[o]gers of Ruyton in the County of Denbigh was Seargeant of a foote Company vnder my Com[m]and in the service of his late majestye yt hee hath allwayes continued Loyall to ye beste of my knowledge or informac[i]on yt hee is poore and necessitus, not having wherewith all to subporte to himselfe his wife and family with five small Chilldren. I doe therefore make bold to recommend him and his Condic[i]on to the favor of ye Justices of peace of the said county for such penstion in respecte of his sayd service as they shall thinke fitt, out of the assessm[en]t of ye Maymed Souldiers.
Geven vnder my hand the 12th daye of Aprill 1664.
19 April 1664
v s. quarterly.
Wee hoese names are herevnto subscribed doo testefy that the berar Sergeant Roger Rogers has beein vpon the Seruice of his late maiestye and euer since Continued a faiethfull and loyal Subiecte and that hee is very pooure and has fiue small Children and nothing to subsist withall but his dayly labor.