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  • Abigail Dibble (c.1648 - c.1666)
    Abigail Graves was the daughter of William Graves. She married Samuel Dibble, son of Thomas Dibble and Miriam (__?__), circa 1665 possibly in Stamford, Conn..1 She died 20 Jan 1666/67-30 Jan 1666/67 in...
  • Ita Lichtermutt (c.1503 - c.1532)
    "Jte komt in 1532 voor in een akte van de stad Basel. Zij wordt met haar moeder als getuige in verband gebracht hekserij en diefstal van fruit en een baby. Witch Craze, Terror and Fantasy, door lyndal ...
  • Ninge Hoek (c.1530 - 1586)
    Lived on a farm in Ouddorp. Continued the leases of her late husband 1669-1582. Lenaert Leerecop declared in 1581 that Ninge had caused him to have extensive pains. First information regarding charge...
  • Bridget Bishop, Salem Witch (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...
  • Amee Gage (c.1614 - 1658)
    in 1658 she was burned as a witch Amee Wilford (daughter of Humphrey Wilford and Mrs. Humphrey Wilford)40, 41 was born 1615 and died June 1658 in Ipswitch, Essex, MA. She married John Gage on 1635 in...