(first half of 19th century)
The Hardy's cottage at Bockhampton is very close to
It cannot be proved, but it seems highly probable that Mother Rogers
and Henry Rogers were from the same family.
Another female smuggler, Lovey Warne, operated around Christchurch
and Mudeford. Lovey sometimes wrapped silk or lace around her body,
under her clothes. Sometimes, like Mother Rogers, she carried cow
bladders containing liquor. She used her red cloak as a signal for smugglers.