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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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Margaret Toothacher, Salem Witch (1683 - c.1695)

Note : On ABT 5 Aug 1695, in Billerica, MA she was kidnapped by Indians and never heard of again. Note : On May 18th, 1692, the conspiracy of accusers in Salem Village filed a complaint against Dr. R...

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Martha Emerson MP (1668 - 1725)

Note : On May 18th, 1692, the conspiracy of accusers in Salem Village filed a complaint against Dr. Roger Toothaker. They charged him with afflicting, among others, Elizabeth Hubbard, servant of his ri...

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Mary Toothacher (Allen) MP (c.1648 - 1695)

Note : On May 18th, 1692, the conspiracy of accusers in Salem Village filed a complaint against Dr. Roger Toothaker. They charged him with afflicting, among others, Elizabeth Hubbard, servant of his ri...

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Dr. Roger Toothaker, of Billerica & Beverly MP (1634 - 1692)

Note : Roger Toothaker was raised by his mother and stepfather; his father died when he was about 4 years old. After he and Mary Allen married, they settled in Billerica, Massachusetts, on land left to...

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Bridget Bishop, Salem Witch MP (c.1632 - 1692)

Bridget Bishop (ca. 1632, England – 10 June 1692 Salem, Massachusetts) was the first person executed for witchcraft during the Salem witch trials of 1692. In the transcripts there is some indi...

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Lt. William Raymond MP (1666 - 1701)

Genealogies of the Raymond Families of New England, 1650-1 to 1886', compiled by Samuel Raymond and published in 1886, reports at page 123: "He was a witness in a witchcraft case in Salem, and seems ...

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Sarah Lord Wilson, Salem Witch MP (1648 - 1727)

Sarah Lord was born about 1648 in Ipswich, Massachusetts, daughter of Mary (Waite) and Robert Lord, a prominent resident of Ipswich who served as Town Clerk from 1645 until his death in 1683. In 1678 S...

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Major Robert Pike MP (c.1616 - 1706)

6. Maj. ROBERT PIKE (JOHN1) was born Abt 1615, and died Dec 12, 1706 in Salisbury, MA. He married (1) SARAH SANDERS Apr 03, 1641 in Salisbury, MA, daughter of JOHN SANDERS and ALICE COLE. He married (2...

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Elizabeth Fosdick MP (1656 - 1716)

Elizabeth Betts Fosdick (1660-1716) - wife of John Fosdick, a carpenter in Malden. A complaint of witchcraft was made against Elizabeth Fosdick on 30 May 1692 by Lieutenant Nathaniel Putnam and Joseph ...

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Margaret Scott MP (1616 - 1692)

Margaret Stevenson Scott (1616 - 1692) was the only person to be accused of being a witch from Rowley during the Salem trials. The daughter of Edward Stevenson (born circa 1592) and Margareta Dunn (bor...

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Rev. John Hale MP (1636 - 1700)

Ordained September 20, 1667 after preaching three years. First minister of Beverly. He wrote about the witchcraft delusion of 1692. Residence - 1667; Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts; Baptism - 5 JU...

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Elizabeth Parris, Salem Witch Accuser (c.1682 - c.1760)

Betty Parris, ten-year-old daughter of Samuel Parris, whose strange behavior beginning in February, 1692 started everything off. Elizabeth "Betty" Parris (November 28, 1682 – March 21, 176...

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Rev. Samuel Parris, organizer Salem Witch Trials (1653 - 1720)

He was the Rev. involved in the salem witch trials. source of profile picture He was born in London, England, the son of cloth merchant Thomas Parris. His family was one of modest financial suc...

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Mary Hollingworth, Escaped Salem Witch MP (c.1652 - 1694)

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 32 (Disk #2), Ed. 1, Tree #0349, Date of Import: Sep 20, 1999] Charged with the baneful offence of witchcraft, and had the happiness of being remitted from the Salem gaol ...

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Philip English, Escaped Salem Witch MP (1651 - 1736)

hilip English, the most successful merchant in Salem Town, emigrated from Isle of Jersey as Philippe D'Anglois in 1670. He rose out of obscurity to become the largest entrepreneur and ship owner in Sal...

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Rev. George Burroughs MP (c.1650 - 1692)

Reverend George Burroughs (c1650 - 1692) - Executed for witchcraft in the infamous Salem witch trials, George Burroughs was born about 1650 in Suffolk County, England, the son of Nathaniel Burroughs (1...

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Samuel Abbe MP (c.1648 - 1698)

Samuel & Mary's life in Salem during the witch trials Added by marmoaccounts on 19 Dec 2008 Originally submitted by ddragonflydreams to Rasmussen 1 on 10 Dec 2007 Son of John Abbe, born probably ...

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Mary Abbe (Knowlton) MP (c.1653 - 1701)

Samuel Abbe was living in Salem during the days of witchcraft and was one of those opposed to its fanaticisms. One Rebecca Nours, on trial as a witch, produced a paper signed by several "respectable in...

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Elizabeth Howe, Salem Witch Trials MP (c.1635 - 1692)

Elizabeth (Jackson) Howe was one of the accused in the Salem witch trials. She was found guilty and executed by hanging on 19 July 1692. Marriage and Children James Howe (c1633 Hatfield, Essex, E...

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Phebe Day MP (c.1653 - 1723)

Phebe Wildes Birth: 1653 - Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts Death: Apr 8 1723 - Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts Parents: John Wildes, Priscilla Gould Husband: Timothy Day, Sr. Children: ...

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Sarah Bishop, Escaped Salem Witch MP (c.1647 - 1725)

III. Sarah- b.c.1651, m.c.1675 Edward Bishop of Beverly (d. 12 May 1711 Rehoboth) Sarah and Edward were also accused of witchcraft, but they escaped from the Boston jail and went to Rehoboth. notes ...

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Edward Bishop, Ill, Escaped Salem Witch MP (c.1670 - d.)

Conventional thought holds that Edward Bishop III was the grandson of the Immigrant Edward Bishop and the son of Edward Bishop Jr. Edward Bishop and his wife Sarah were jailed following an accusa...

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Edward Bishop, "the Tavern Keeper" MP (1648 - 1711)

notes Much of their estate was confiscated during their imprisonment, leaving their large family practically homeless. From "History of the town of Leeds, Androscoggin County, Maine, from its settl...

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Orlando Bagley, Jr. MP (1658 - 1728)

On April 30, 1692 a warrant was issued for Susanna's [Martin] arrest on a charge of witchcraft and she was arrested an May 2nd. "When she saw Orlando Bagley approaching on the morning of her arrest, li...

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Mary Rowe MP (1658 - 1723)

Accused of witchcraft in 1692; her daughter Abigail was later accused by "afflicted girl" Mary Fitch.   One of the three women listed in the petition from Ipswich jail (as "the wife of Hugh Roe ...

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Esther Elwell, Accused Witch MP (1639 - 1721)

Warrant filed against her in Salem Witch Trials along with Abigail Rowe and Rebecca Dike. They were accused of witchcraft by 17 year old Betty Hubbard, and killing their neighbor Mary Fitch. (Mary Fitc...

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Abigail Somes, Accused Witch MP (1655 - 1734)

Somes, Abigail (___) 1655- Gloucester, MA. 1692, Imprisoned and cleared of charges of witchcraft. See (doc attached) The connection of Anthony Bennett to Abigail Somes, daughter of Morris Somes...

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Rachel Vinson, Accused Witch MP (c.1632 - 1707)

Rachel Varney was born 1632 in Barbadoes, West Indies or more likely in England, and died February 15, 1707/08 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts.  Notes President Millard Fillmore and co...

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Elizabeth Johnson (c.1670 - 1732)

Found guilty of witchcraft; pardoned.

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Reverend Francis Dane MP (1615 - c.1696)

Our ancestor Francis Dane I was born in Hertfordshire, England-- probably in the hamlet of Little Berkhamsted. When he was in his late teens, his brother John Dane, older by about three years, already ...

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Dorothy Nurse MP (1680 - 1751)

Accused of witchcraft as a child. Released on bond.

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Abigail Faulkner, Salem Witch (1652 - 1730)

Individual: Historical Event: 1692, Salem Witch Trials - tried and condemned as a witch: "The Jury find Abigail Faulkner, wife of Francis Faulkner of Andover, guilty of ye felony of witchcraft, com...

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Abigail Lamson, Accused Witch (1683 - 1746)

Charged with witchcraft. Released on bond.

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Frances Hutchins MP (1612 - 1694)

Frances Alcock Birth: 1612 Death: April 5, 1694 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: George Alcock of the "May...

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Mary Parker (c.1634 - 1695)

Mary Ayer, daughter to John and Hannah, married Nathanial Parker. Mary (Ayer) Parker was accused of witchcraft in 1692. Mary Parker refused to confess during the witchcraft trials saying, "I know nothi...

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Sarah Bridges (1675 - d.)

Found not guilty of witchcraft.

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William Barker, Jr. (1677 - 1745)

William Barker was born 22 Jan 1677 in Andover, Massachusetts. He married Mary Barker in MA in 1704. William was accused as a child of witchcraft, but found not guilty.

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William Barker, Sr., Escaped Witch (1646 - 1718)

Accused of being a witch. Escaped from prison.

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Abigail Barker (1661 - d.)

Accused, but found not guilty of witchcraft. ____________________________ Abigail Wheeler Barker Birth: unknown Death: Oct. 16, 1743 Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA She married Eb...

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Mary Bridges, Accused Witch (1679 - d.)

Accused of witchcraft at the age of 12

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Mary Bridges, Salem Witch (c.1644 - 1675)

tried for witchcraft at Salem, sentenced, then reprieved

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Hannah Tyler (1681 - d.)

Three daughters of Hopestill Tyler (1645 - 1734) and Mary Lovett (1652 - c1732) were accused of witchcraft during the Salem Witch Trials: Hanna, Joanna, and Martha. Their father and their uncle (John B...

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Mary Tyler, Accused Witch (1651 - 1732)

Mary Tyler Born: 31 JAN 1669 at: Worcester Co., Massachusetts Martha Tyler Born: ABT 1676 at: Massachusetts Daniel Tyler Born: AFT 1676 at: Massachusetts John Tyler Born: 19 FEB 1677 at: Massachu...

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Salem Witch Judge George Corwin (1665 - 1696)

George Corwin (February 26, 1666 – April 12, 1696) was the High Sheriff of Essex County, Massachusetts during the Salem witch trials. George Corwin/Lydia Gedney Family Father: John Corwin ...

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Peter Tufts, of Mystic Side MP (c.1628 - 1702)

Peter Tufts 1628-1702 probably built the Peter Tufts House in Medford, Massachusetts. He sold the house in 1680 to his son, Captain Peter Tufts, Jr. for whom the house is named. Child: Captain Peter ...

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Sir William Phips, Colonial Governor of Massachusetts MP (1651 - 1695)

Sir William Phips (or Phipps, February 2, 1650/1 – February 18, 1694/5[1]) was a shipwright, ship's captain, treasure hunter, military leader, and the first royally-appointed governor of the P...

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Joseph Pope Jr., Salem witch accuser MP (c.1650 - c.1712)

Joseph Pope was born on 27 Oct 1650 in Salem, Massachusetts and died Feb 1711/12 in Salem, Massachusetts. Parents: Joseph Pope (1606-1667) and Damaris, his first wife. Married: in 1679 in Salem...

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Giles Corey, Salem Witch MP (c.1621 - 1692)

Giles Corey (circa 1621 - 1692) - One of the six men to be executed during the Salem witch trials of 1692. Five were hanged after being convicted of witchcraft, but Giles Corey was pressed to death wit...

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Sarah Pease MP (c.1629 - 1704)

During the 1692 witch trials, Sarah Pease , wife of Robert Pease , the weaver, was accused of witchcraft. Sarah's husband, Robert, emigrated from England in 1634 at the age of about 4 years old with ...

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John Alden, Jr. MP (1626 - 1701)

Son of John Alden and Priscilla Mullins of the Mayflower Captain John Alden Jr. (c.1623 - 4 March 1701) was the son of John Alden Sr. and Priscilla Mullins, who arrived on the Mayflower in 1620 and s...

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Mary Walcott ("Salem Witch Trial" accuser) (1675 - d.)

Mary Walcott (July 5, 1675 – after 1719) was one of the witnesses at the Salem Witch Trials of Salem, Massachusetts in the years 1692 and 1693. She was the daughter of Captain Jonathan Walco...

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Ann Putham, Jr. ("Salem Witch Trial" accuser) MP (1679 - 1716)

Ann Putnam, Jr. (October 18, 1679 – 1716), along with Elizabeth "Betty" Parris, Mary Walcott and Abigail Williams, was an important witness at the Salem Witch Trials of Massachusetts during th...

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Thos. Putnam, organized Salem Witch Trials MP (1652 - 1699)

Thomas Putnam (January 12, 1651/2 - May 24, 1699) was a real person ([1]) in the Salem witch trials, and is a character in the play, The Crucible by Arthur Miller. He was the son of Lt. Thomas Putnam (...

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Thomas "Salem Witch Trials" Danforth, Deputy Governor and Judge MP (c.1623 - 1699)

Thomas Danforth (1622 – November 5, 1699) was a judge for the 1692 Salem witch trials in early colonial America. As a character in the play The Crucible by Arthur Miller, and the 1996 movie by...

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John Willard, Salem Witch (1657 - 1692)

John Willard had married into the Wilkins family of Salem Village [BG: now Danvers, Massachusetts]. His wife, Margaret (Wilkins) Willard, was the daughter of Thomas Wilkins, and the granddaughter of Br...

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Mary Whittier MP (1647 - 1705)

See husbands profile for a small amount of info on her.-------------------- Mary STEVENS was born in 1647 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died on 11 MAY 1705 at Salisbury, Essex County...

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Susannah Martin MP (1621 - 1692)

Susannah (North) Martin (1621 – 1692) was executed for witchcraft during the Salem witch trials. The fourth daughter and youngest child of Richard North and Joan Bartram, Susannah North was bapt...

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Sarah Proctor Douglas, Salem Witch Trials MP (1676 - 1744)

Sarah was a daughter of John Proctor II and his third wife Elizabeth Bassett. Accused also as a witch, complaint of Thomas & John Putnam saying "...by them donne and committed on the Bodys of Mary Walc...

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Benjamin Proctor, Salem Witch Trials MP (1659 - 1717)

Benjamin Proctor (1659-1717) - The only surviving child of John Proctor and his first wife, Martha Giddons, Benjamin, like many other members of the Proctor family was accused of witchcraft in May 1692...

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Bartholomew Gedney, Salem Witch Judge MP (1640 - 1697)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bartholomew Gedney was a physician and native of Salem, Massachusetts, who participated as a magistrate in the Salem witchcraft trials. Gedney was present at s...

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Col. John Hathorne, Salem Witch Judge MP (1641 - 1717)

Salem Witch Trials in History and Literature An Undergraduate Course, University of Virginia Spring Semester 2001 On August 5, 1641, John Hathorne was born into a community that could have little...

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Judge Samuel Sewall MP (1652 - 1730)

Samuel Sewall was a Massachusetts magistrate of the Court of Oyer and Terminer. Five years after the Salem Witch Trials, Sewall publicly regretted his role in the trials, the only magistrate involved t...

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Waitstill Winthrop, Magistrate MP (1642 - 1717)

Wait-Still WINTHROP [Parents] was born on 27 Feb 1642 in Boston, Suffolk, Ma. He died on 7 Nov 1717 in Boston, Suffolk, Ma. He was buried in King's Chapel, Boston. He married Mary BROWNE in 1678 in ?, ...

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Rev. Nicholas Noyes MP (1615 - 1701)

Nicholas Noyes was a colonial minister in Salem, Massachusetts during the time of the Salem witch trials. He was the second minister, called the "Teacher", to Rev. John Higginson. During the Salem wi...

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Thomas Hart MP (deceased)

Petitioned on behalf of his mother Elizabeth (Hutchison) Hart for her release from prison.

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Elizabeth Hutchison Hart, Salem Witch Trials MP (1622 - 1700)

Elizabeth Hutchinson Hart (1622-1700) - Accused and imprisoned during the Salem witchcraft trials, Elizabeth was born at Oulton, Suffolk, England on 22 February 1622, daughter of Thomas Hutchinson and ...

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Thomas Farrar, of Lynn MP (c.1615 - 1694)

Because of his old age, presumably he was hard of hearing, he was allowed to sit in the pulpit to be able to hear the minister. Teenager Ann Putnam accused him of witchcraft because in her dreams she s...

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Sarah Hood Bassett, Salem Witch Trials MP (1657 - 1729)

Sarah Hood , daughter of Richard Hood and Mary Newhall, was born in August of 1657 in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts. On 25 October 1675 she married William Bassett, Jr. , who was the brother of Eli...

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Mary Basset de Rich, Salem Witch Trials MP (1649 - d.)

Imprisoned for Witchcraft on 23 May 1692 in Salem Massachusetts. The Governor of the Colony had appointed a Commission of Judges to hold a court trail. Fourteen women and five men were hanged on Gallow...

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Mary Perkins Bradbury, Salem Witch Trials MP (1615 - 1700)

Salem Witch Trials: Accused, tried, and convicted of witchcraft. Not executed. -------------------- Baptised September 3rd, 1615 at Hillmorton, Wawrickshire, England -------------------- Duri...

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John de Rich, Salem Witch Trials MP (1668 - 1711)

Accuser at Salem Witch Trials. Nephew of Elizabeth (Bassett) Proctor. Sources

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William James Proctor, Salem Witch MP (1675 - 1695)

Accused and investigated for being a witch during Salem Witch trials. William was a son of John Proctor II and his third wife Elizabeth Bassett.

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Elizabeth Bassett Proctor, Salem Witch MP (1650 - 1700)

Elizabeth (Bassett) Proctor (1650 - ) - Elizabeth and her husband, John Proctor, were tragic victims of the infamous Salem witch trials. Daughter of Captain William Basset Sr and Sarah Basset, Elizabet...

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Mary Foster Lacey, Salem Witch Trials MP (c.1652 - 1707)

In 1692, when a woman named Elizabeth Ballard came down with a fever that baffled doctors, witchcraft was suspected, and a search for the responsible witch began. Two afflicted girls from Salem village...

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Ann Foster MP (1617 - 1692)

Ann Foster (1617 – 1692) was an Andover widow accused of witchcraft during the Salem witch trials. Daughter of Deacon George Alcock (1581-1640) and Anne Hooker (1586-1667), Ann was born 7 May 16...

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John Proctor, Salem Witch Trials MP (1631 - 1692)

John Proctor (1632–1692) was a farmer and tavernkeeper in 17th-century Salem, Massachusetts. During the Salem witch trials he was accused of witchcraft, convicted and hanged. His wife and all of...

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Col. & Justice Nathaniel Saltonstall "Salem Witch Trials" MP (1639 - 1707)

Wikipedia says [downloaded March 2010 from ]: Col. Nathaniel Saltonstall (also spelled Nathanial Saltonstall) (c. 1639 – 1707) was selected as a judge for the special Court of Oyer and Termine...

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Sarah Towne Cloyce, Salem Witch Trials MP (1639 - 1703)

From the Wikipedia page on Sarah Cloyce: Sarah Cloyce (née Towne) was the sister of Rebecca Nurse and Mary Easty. She was accused of witchcraft but never indicted by a grand jury in the Sale...

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Mary Easty MP (c.1634 - 1692)

Mary Towne Estey (1634 - 1692) - Mary Towne, daughter of William Towne (1599-1685) and Joanna Blessing (1595-1682), was born 12 August 1634 at Great Yarmouth, Suffolk, England; she was executed for wit...

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Rev. Cotton Mather, Salem Witch Trials MP (1663 - 1728)

Cotton Mather (February 12, 1663 – February 13, 1728; A.B. 1678, Harvard College; A.M. 1681, honorary doctorate 1710, University of Glasgow) was a socially and politically influential New Englan...

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Rebecca Nurse MP (1621 - 1692)

Rebecca Towne Nurse (1621 - 1692) , daughter of William Towne and Joanna Blessing, was born in 1621 at Great Yarmouth, England, the second of eight children. She married Francis Nurse about 1645, with ...

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Mary Parsons MP (c.1616 - 1711)

Mary Bliss Parsons , wife of Cornet Joseph Parsons, daughter of Thomas and Margaret Bliss of Hartford, Connecticut, both very prominent families, was born in England about 1628 and came to America with...

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Martha Allen Carrier, Salem Witch MP (1643 - 1692)

Martha Carrier - A Spiritual Giant, and Pioneer Puritan Feminist. Martha Carrier , one of the alleged "witches" killed during the Salem Witch Trials. She boldly proclaimed her innocence as those arou...

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