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Andrew Carrier, Salem Witch Trials (1677 - 1749)

Andrew Carrier (1677-1749) - The son of Thomas and Martha Allen Carrier of Andover, Andrew and his siblings would be examined after their mother was arrested for witchcraft on 28 May 1692. All four chi...

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Sarah Carrier Chapman, Salem Witch Trials (1684 - 1772)

Sarah Carrier (1684-1772) - The seven year-old daughter of Thomas and Martha Allen Carrier, she and her three siblings would be among those accused of witchcraft in Andover, Massachusetts. After her ...

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Thomas Fiske (1653 - 1723)

Jury member, Salem Witch Trials

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John, slave of Rev. Samuel Parris (deceased)

John was the husband of Tituba. Both were slaves owned by Rev. Samuel Parris.

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Capt. John Peabody MP (1642 - 1720)

He was one of the first settlers of Boxford, Mass., where he was the first school master. He served as town clerk for 24 years, was selectman for many years and captain of the militia. He was made a fr...

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John Dane Jr (c.1636 - 1707)

Served as a juror for the Salem witch trials

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Andrew Eliot, Sr. (c.1627 - 1704)

Occupation: “Corwinder “ (cordwainer?) Sen. John Kerry, author Nathaniel Hawthorne, Admiral Samuel Eliot Morison, and poet T. S. Eliot are descendants. VETERAN OF THE CANADA EXPEDITIO...

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John Batchelder MP (1650 - 1684)

Listed as John Bacheldor in the Salem birth records; John Bacheler in the marriage records; John Bacheler in the Salem witch trial records. --- From the Bachelor Genealogy by Frederick Clifton Pier...

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Thomas Fisk MP (c.1630 - 1707)

Jury Foreman, Salem Witch Trials

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Bethshua Pope (c.1657 - 1697)

Alternate birth date 1679. Alternate death date 1726.--------------------Aunt of Benjamin Franklin

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Robert Calef (1648 - 1719)

The first record found of Robert and Mary Calef is that of the batism of their son Edward at the New South Church, Boston, in 1688. In what year they came to this new land, and whether James Calef, for...

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Sarah Churchill, Salem Accuser (c.1667 - c.1731)

Sarah Churchill Andrews (circa 1667 - after 1731) - Known as one of the "afflicted girls" during the Salem witch hysteria, Sarah was both an accuser and a confessor. Born to Arthur and Eleanor Churchil...

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Wilmot Redd (c.1638 - 1692)

Wilmot Redd (c1638 - 1692) - Wilmot was born in Marblehead, Massachusetts, and executed for witchcraft by hanging on 22 September 1692 in Salem Towne, Essex County, Massachusetts. The wife of Samuel Re...

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Ann Greenslade Pudeator (c.1622 - 1692)

Ann Greenslit Pudeator (c1622 - 1692) was a well-to-do septuagenarian widow who was executed for witchcraft on 22 September 1692. Marriages and Children Thomas Greenslade (c1625 Boston, Suffolk C...

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Mary Kempe (1674 - 1707)

Mary (Lacey) Kempe (1674 - 1707) - Born to Lawrence Lacey and Mary Foster in Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts on 24 May 1674, Mary Lacey was 18 years old at the time she was accused of witchcraft, ...

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John Farren, Salem Witch (c.1671 - d.)

Born circa 1671, John Farren was indicted by a grand jury in the infamous Salem witch trials, but was never tried.

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Sarah Hale MP (1655 - 1695)

Sarah (Noyes) Hale (1655 - 1695) - Daughter of Reverend James Noyes, Sr. and Sarah Browne, Sarah Noyes was born 21 March 1655 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts; and died at the age of 40 on 20 Ma...

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William Stoughton, Salem Witch Judge (1631 - 1701)

) William later became Lt. Governor of Massachusetts. he was a member of the Class of 1650 at harvard. In 1651 enrolled in New College Oxford, England, where he graduated a masters degree and accorde...

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Mary Green (c.1658 - d.)

Mary (Green) Green (1658 - ?) - Mary's maiden name was also Green, so perhaps she married a cousin. Living in Haverhill with husband Peter Green, Mary was accused of witchcraft on 28 July 1692 for ha...

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Mary Clark MP (c.1638 - 1697)

Mary (Johnson) Davis Clark (c1638 - 1697) - Mary Johnson, daughter of John Johnson (1609 - 1681) and Susanna Asherst, was born about 1638; she died 4 April 1697 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts....

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Hannah Carroll (deceased)

Married to Nathaniel Carroll, a warrant was issued on 10 September 1692 for Hannah Carroll and Sarah Cole for having afflicted William Brage, the son of Henry Brage. Of Salem Towne, the two women were ...

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John Buss, Sr. (1640 - 1736)

Named in the Salem witch trials, but no warrant issued.

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John Buxton, Sr. MP (1644 - 1715)

•ID: I571 •Name: John BUXTON •Given Name: John •Surname: Buxton •Sex: M •_UID: E940B0DA57EE384C9DD918E844C7E43A1B82 •Change Date: 27 JUN 2005 •No...

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Sarah Bibber (1656 - d.)

Sarah Bibber aka Vibber (born c. 1658) - Her surname is variously listed as Bibber, Biber and Vibber. Married to John Bibber, she had a four-year-old child in 1692. As one Sarah Bibber of the "afflic...

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Edward Farrington (1662 - 1747)

Links -------------------- Edward Farrington moved to Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts where two indictments were brought against him for witchcraft in the Salem Witch Trials. One "for Co...

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Rebecca Fox MP (c.1620 - 1698)

Rebecca (MNU) Andrews Wyeth Fox (c1620 - 1698) - Rebecca MNU, was born c1620; she died 19 May 1698 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. She married (1) Thomas Andrews (c1610 - c1647) about 1640 in Wa...

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Judge Jonathan Corwin (1640 - 1718)

Jonathan Corwin From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jonathan Corwin (December 10, 1640 – June 9, 1718) was a wealthy New England merchant, and a judge in the Salem, Massachusetts area wh...

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John Richards MP (1647 - d.)

Salem witch trials: Magistrates of the Court of Oyer and Terminer, 1692

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Judge Peter Sargent MP (c.1648 - d.)

Salem Witch Trials: Magistrate of the Court of Oyer and Terminer, 1692 Sources Sargent, Aaron and John S. Sargent. Sargent genealogy : Hugh Sargent, of Courteenhall, Northamptonshire and his desc...

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Margaret Thacher MP (1625 - 1693)

Margaret Webb, only known child of Henry Webb & probably Dowsabel Smith, bapt. Sept. 25, 1625 at Salisbury, England. She d. Feb. 4, 1693/4 at Boston, Mass., Æ 69. Named during the Salem witch tr...

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John Durrant, Salem Witch (b. - 1692)

Though no legal documents remain for Mr. Durrant, he was known to have lived in Billerica at the time of the witchcraft trials and died in the Cambridge prison on 27 October 1692. On 16 November 1670...

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Candy, of Salem Village (1680 - d.)

An African-American slave from Barbados, Candy belonged to Margaret Hawkes of Salem Village. She was examined on 4 July 1692, saying that her mistress, Margaret Hawkes had made her a witch and taught h...

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Sarah Wilson Preston, Accused Witch (1678 - 1720)

Sarah Wilson Preston (1678-17??) - The daughter of Joseph Wilson and Sarah Lord of Andover, she was just 14 years old when she and her mother were arrested for witchcraft on 7 September 1692, after the...

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Hezekiah Usher (1639 - 1697)

Hezekiah Usher (1639 - 11 July 1697Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts), a Boston merchant, was accused of witchcraft by Susannah Sheldon, a refugee from Maine, and one of the "afflicted girls". Influential fri...

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Mercy Wardwell Wright, Accused Witch (1673 - 1754)

Mercy Wardwell - (1673-1754) - Daughter of Samuel Wardwell and Sarah Hooper Hawkes, 19 year-old Mercy was charged with witchcraft and arrested shortly after her father was imprisoned for the same crime...

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Ruth Wilford Ayer, Salem Witch (1672 - 1708)

Ruth Wilford Ayer (1672-1708) - Daughter of Gilbert and Mary Dow Wilford, Ruth Wilford was born on 15 November 1672 probably in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. She was killed by Indians at Have...

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Margaret Foster MP (1675 - 1717)

Margaret Jacobs Foster (1675 - 1717) - Margaret Jacobs, daughter of accused witches George Jacobs, Jr. (16149 - 1717) and Rebecca Andrews (1646 - 1717), and granddaughter of executed witch George Jacob...

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Rebecca Jacobs MP (1646 - 1717)

Rebecca Andrews Jacobs (1646 - 1717) - Rebecca Andrews, daughter of Thomas Andrews (c1610 - 1647) and Rebecca Craddock Fox (1623 - 1698), was born 18 April 1646 at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachu...

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George Jacobs, Jr. (1649 - 1717)

George Jacobs, Jr. (1649 - 1717) - George Jr., son of George Jacobs, Sr. (c1612 - 1692) and his first wife (c1627 - before 1673), was born in 1649 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts; he died in 1717...

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George Jacobs, of Salem MP (1612 - 1692)

George Jacobs, Sr. (c.1620 – 1692) — George Jacobs was accused of witchcraft during the Salem witch trials in Salem Village, Massachusetts in 1692, and was found guilty and hanged on 19 A...

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John Jackson, Jr. (1670 - d.)

John Jackson, Jr. (1670-??) - Of Rowley, Massachusetts, John, his father, John Jackson, Sr., and another man named John Howard were all named by Susanna Post as witches. All three were laborers in Ro...

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John Jackson, Sr., of Rowley (1653 - 1718)

John Jackson, Sr. (1653-1718) - Of Rowley, Massachusetts, John, his son, John Jackson, Jr.., and another man named John Howard were all named by Susanna Post as witches. All three were laborers in Rowl...

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Mary Leach Ireson (1654 - 1711)

Mary Leach Ireson (1654-1711) - Mary Leach was born to Richard and Sarah Ann Fuller Leach in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, and grew up to marry Benjamin Ireson of Lynn, Massachusetts. They would ...

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Mary Pease (1646 - d.)

Mary Hobbs , wife of Nathaniel Pease , was born 1646 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts. It is believed that the Mary Pease of the Salem Witch Trials was his wife, though there are no records...

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Deliverance Hobbs (c.1642 - d.)

William Hobbs and Deliverance MNU, were the parents of Abigail Hobbs (c.1675). The Hobbs family was from Casco, Maine, the frontier of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, during a time when there were many a...

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William Hobbs (c.1639 - d.)

William Hobbs, husband of Deliverance MNU and father of Abigail Hobbs (c.1675), was from Casco, Maine, the frontier of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, during a time when there were many attacks by the Wa...

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Abigail Hobbs (c.1675 - d.)

Abigail Hobbs , daughter of William Hobbs and Deliverance MNU, was from Casco, Maine, the frontier of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, during a time when there were many attacks by the Wabanaki Native Ame...

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Captain Nathaniel Cary, Sr. (b. - 1730)

Salem Witchcraft Trials On 1 June 1692, while Marry Warren was testifying against Bridget Playfer Bishop, she would also accuse Elizabeth's husband, Captain Nathaniel Cary, but, nothing apparently ca...

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Eunice Frye MP (1641 - 1708)

Eunice Potter Frye (1641-1708) - Of Andover, Eunice was born to Luke and Mary Edmunds Potter on February 2, 1641 in Concord, Massachusetts. She grew up to marry John Frye and the couple lived in Andove...

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Mary Warren, Salem Witch Accuser MP (c.1674 - 1697)

Both an accuser and then an accused during the Salem Witch Trials, Mary Warren (c1674 - 1697) was the oldest of the "afflicted" girls and became one of the most rigorous accusers. She also became a def...

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Susannah Sheldon (1674 - d.)

Susanna Sheldon - One of the many accusers, Susanna Sheldon was 18 years-old at the time of the witchcraft trials. Like Mercy Lewis, she was a refugee from the Indian wars. Her first claims of afflicti...

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Betty Hubbard, Salem Witch Accuser (c.1675 - d.)

Elizabeth Hubbard (1675?-??) - Seventeen year-old Elizabeth Hubbard followed Elizabeth Parris, Abigail Williams, and Ann Putnam Jr., in claiming to have been bewitched. Like many of the other "afflicte...

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Mercy Lewis, Salem Witch Accuser (1675 - c.1703)

Mercy Lewis , daughter of Philip Lewis and (unknown) Skilling, was born on the Maine frontier on her parents' farm in Falmouth about 1674; her date and place of death are unknown. Her paternal grandfat...

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Abigail Williams, Salem Witch Accuser MP (c.1680 - 1697)

Abigail Williams , who lived in the home of Reverend Samuel Parris, has often been called a "niece" of Rev. Parris, or called "kinfolk" in some early sources. "Niece" may have been a general term for y...

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Dorcas Good, Salem Witch (c.1688 - d.)

Dorcas Good (born c.1688) - Dorcas was the daughter of William Good and Sarah Solart. William Good was a poor man and her parents lived a life of homelessness and begging, earning them a reputation as ...

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Sarah Solart Good, Salem Witch (1653 - 1692)

Sarah Solart Poole Good (1653-1692) - One of the first three women to be accused of witchcraft in the Salem witch trials of 1692, Sarah Good was born to a prosperous innkeeper named John Solart on 11 J...

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Captain John Floyd, of Lynn & Malden MP (c.1637 - 1702)

Captain John Floyd (c1636-1701) was living at Lynn in 1662 with wife Sarah Doolittle, daughter of John Doolittle of Rumney Marsh, when his eldest child was born; they had eight children altogether. Abo...

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Rebecca Dolliver Dike, Salem Witch Trials (c.1638 - d.)

Rebecca Dolliver , daughter of Samuel Dolliver (1608 - 1683) and Mary Elwell (1639 - 1708), was born circa 1638 at Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts. She married Richard Dike , who held a large a...

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Elizabeth Austin Dicer, Salem Witch Trials (c.1641 - 1704)

Elizabeth Austin Dicer , daughter of (born c.1641 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts), wife of William Dicer., was accused of witchcraft in 1692 and was jailed for a period of time in Ipswich, Massachu...

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Elizabeth Colson (c.1676 - d.)

Elizabeth Colson (1676?-??) - Granddaughter of accused witch Lydia Dustin, Elizabeth's widowed mother Mary Colson and Mary's sister Sarah Dustin were also arrested and examined for witchcraft. A warran...

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Mary Colson (1650 - d.)

Mary Dustin Colson (1650-??) - Accused of witchcraft, Mary Colson was the last in her family to be examined. Her mother, Lydia Dustin and sister, Sarah Dustin, were both sitting in jail awaiting trials...

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Sarah Dustin (deceased)

Sarah Dustin - The unmarried daughter of Lydia Dustin, Sarah was arrested shortly after her mother. Her father was Joshia Dustin, who had been one of the founders and leading land owners of Reading, Ma...

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Lydia Dustin, Salem Witch Trials (c.1626 - 1693)

Lydia Dustin/Dastin (1626?-1693) - Accused as a witch during the Salem hysteria, Lydia was found not guilty, but, died in prison before she could be released. Thought to have been born about 1626, li...

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Sarah Davis Cole, Salem Witch Trials (1651 - d.)

Sarah Davis Cole (born 1651) - Sarah Davis, daughter of George Davis (1616 - 1667) and Sarah Clark Davis (died 1698) was born on 1 October 1651 in Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Her date of ...

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Sarah Cole MP (1662 - 1741)

Sarah Aslett Cole (1662-1741) - Sarah Aslett was born on 17 August 1662 in Andover, Massachusetts and grew up to marry John Cole in 1686 in Lynn. Sarah was accused of witchcraft by Mary Browne of Rea...

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Elizabeth Walker Cary, Salem Witch Trials (1650 - 1722)

Elizabeth Walker Cary (1650-1722) - Born to Captain Augustine and Hannah Walker in about 1650, Elizabeth grew up to marry Captain Nathaniel Cary on 9 July 1674 in Lancashire, Massachusetts. Settling ...

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Bethia Carter Williams, Salem Witch Trials (1672 - c.1698)

Bethiah Carter (1671-??) - On 8 May 1692, 21 year-old Bethia Carter of Woburn, and mother of the same name, were arrested for witchcraft upon the complaint of Sargeant Thomas Putnam, Jr. and his cousin...

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Thomas Carrier, Jr., Salem Witch Trials (1682 - 1740)

Thomas Carrier, Jr. (1682-1739) - The son of Thomas and Martha Allen Carrier of Andover, Thomas, Jr. and his siblings would be examined after their mother was arrested for witchcraft on 28 May 1692. Al...

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Richard Carrier, Salem Witch Trials (1674 - 1749)

Richard Carrier (1674-1749) - The son of Thomas and Martha Allen Carrier of Andover, Richard and his siblings would be examined after their mother was arrested for witchcraft on May 28, 1692. All four ...

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Mary Black, Salem Witch Trials (1680 - 1693)

Mary Black (born before 1680 - died after 1693) - An African-American slave of elderly Lieutenant Nathaniel Putman of Salem Village, Mary was accused of witchcraft on April 21, 1692. Putnam was a res...

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Mary Buckley Witheridge, Salem Witch Trials (c.1666 - d.)

Mary Buckley Witheridge - The daughter of William and Sarah Smith Buckley, both she and her mother were arrested for witchcraft on 14 May 1692 and imprisoned. At the time of her arrest Mary was alrea...

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Sarah Smith Buckley, Salem Witch (c.1636 - d.)

Sarah Smith Buckley (1636-??) - The wife of William Buckley of Salem Village, Sarah Smith Buckley was indicted and imprisoned for practicing witchcraft in May 1692. Her widowed daughter, Mary Buckley W...

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Hannah Varnum Tyler Brumridge (c.1635 - d.)

Hannah Varnum (or Farnum) Tyler Brumidge (1635-??) - From Haverhill, Hannah Varnum would grow up to marry Abraham Tyler on 26 December 1650. After he died in 1973, she married Edward Brumridge. During ...

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John Bradstreet (1652 - 1717)

John Bradstreet (1653-1717) - The son of former colonial governor, Simon Bradstreet and Ann Dudley Bradstreet, and brother to Andover Justice of the Peace, Colonel Dudley Bradstreet, John found himself...

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Ann Wood Bradstreet, Salem Witch Trials MP (1647 - 1707)

Ann Wood , daughter of Richard Wood and Ann Priddeth, was born c.1650 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts; and died at the age of 57 in 1707 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts. She is buried a...

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Colonel Dudley Bradstreet, Salem Witch Trials MP (1648 - 1702)

Colonel Dudley Bradstreet (1648-1702) - Born in Andover, Massachusetts to Simon and Ann Dudley Bradstreet, he grew up to marry Ann Wood, also of Andover, on November 12, 1673. His father, Simon would s...

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Deliverance Dane MP (1652 - 1735)

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Sarah Hooper Wardwell, Accused Witch (1650 - 1711)

Note: Sarah was married first to Adam Hawkes of Lynn, Essex Co, MA. He was her elder by about 46 years. It is thought that with six daughters to marry off, Sarah's parents may have thought that the d...

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Nehemiah Abbott, Sr. (deceased)

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Daniel Andrews, Accused Witch (1643 - 1702)

Accused of witchcraft during the Salem Witch Trials: Twenty-six villagers, 11 of whom were Putnams, voted to give Parris a parsonage, a barn, and two acres of land. Some villagers thought that these ...

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Elizabeth Proctor Very, Salem Witch Trials MP (c.1663 - 1736)

Elizabeth was a daughter of John Proctor II and his second wife, Elizabeth Thorndike. Members of both the Proctor and Very families were involved with the trials.

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Anna Dolliver MP (1652 - 1738)

Ann Higginson , daughter of Reverend John Higginson and Sarah Whitfield of Salem Town, Massachusetts, was born 11 October 1652 at Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut; and died at the age of 86 in 1738 at ...

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Rachel Clinton (1629 - 1694)

Rachel Haffield Clinton (1629-95) - The best known of those accused of witchcraft in Ipswich, Massachusetts, Rachel was born to Richard and Martha Haffield, in Suffolk County, England, in 1629. Her fat...

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Mehitable Downing (deceased)

'Mehitable Braybrooke 'F, #76730, b. circa 1651 Father Richard Braybrooke b. c 1613, d. 1681 Mother Joanna b. c 1620, d. a 1681 ' Mehitable Braybrooke was born circa 1651 at of Salem, Essex, MA...

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Joan Penney (b. - 1669)

Joan Penney of Gloucester, Massachusetts was among many of the women arrested but not prosecuted during the Salem outbreak because the trials came to an end before the judges heard their cases. Sourc...

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Rebecka Eames MP (1641 - 1721)

Rebekah was one of the woman accused of being a witch by her brother-in-law , Moses Tyler, during the mass hysteria that raged in Salem in this regard at the end of the 1600's. He eventually succeeded ...

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Daniel Eames MP (1663 - d.)

Daniel was accused of being a witch during the infamous Salem Witch Trails. It was alleged that his mother, Rebekah, gave his soul to the Devil when Daniel was a baby. Click on 'media' to read his tria...

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Joseph Flint MP (1662 - 1710)

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Rebecca (Addington) Chamberlain (1625 - 1692)

Rebecca (Addington) Chamberlain (1625 - 1692) - Rebecca Addington, daughter of Isaac Addington and Ann Leverett of Billerica, Massachusetts was born about 1625 at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusett...

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Maj. Stephen Sewall (1657 - 1725)

Stephen Sewell came to New England with his mother Jane (Dummer) Sewall, brothers Samuel and John and sisters Hannah and Jane in 1661. Stephen’s father, {Rev} Henry Sewall, had returned to Massa...

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Samuel Wardwell MP (1643 - 1692)

Samuel Wardwell, a carpenter by trade, lived with his wife and several small children in the south end of the town. Up to 1692 he was regarded as an eccentric but harmless individual who sometimes told...

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Sarah (Averill) Wildes MP (c.1627 - 1692)

Sarah Averill Wildes (c1627 - 1692) - Sarah Averill, daughter of William Averill, Sr. (c1611 - 1652) and Abigail Hinton (c1610 - 1655), was born about 1627 at Chipping, Norton, England; convicted of wi...

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Tituba, slave of Rev. Samuel Parris (c.1675 - c.1692)

Tituba was a slave owned by Reverend Samuel Parris . In early 1692, Rev. Parris’s 9-year-old daughter Elizabeth, 12-year-old niece Abigail Williams, and other neighborhood girls began to fall ...

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Stephen Johnson (deceased)

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Sarah Johnson (1671 - 1716)

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Abigail Black (1681 - c.1720)

Abigail Johnson Black (1681 - c1720) - Abigail Johnson, accused of witchcraft at the age of 11 in the infamous Salem witch trials, was the daughter of Steven Johnson and Elizabeth Dane. Born 16 March 1...

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Elizabeth Johnson (1642 - 1722)

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Nicholas Noyes Jr MP (1647 - 1717)

Participant in the Salem Witchcraft Trials On August 22, 1692, eight of those convicted of witchcraft were hanged: Alice Parker, Ann Pudeator, Martha Corey, Mary Easty, Wilmot Redd, Samuel Wardwell, ...

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Thomas Brattle (1657 - c.1713)

Thomas Brattle (1657–1713) was a well-educated and prosperous Boston merchant who served as treasurer of Harvard College, and was a member of the intellectually elite Royal Society. Thomas...

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Henry Salter MP (c.1642 - c.1746)

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