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Amee Gage MP (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...

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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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Ann Burt (1602 - 1673)

Ann Holland Bassett Burt (1602 - 1673) - Ann Holland was a skilled midwife and healer who was accused of witchcraft in 1669 and was acquitted. Two decades later her granddaughters suffered the same acc...

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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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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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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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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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Mary Stockum (b. - 1863)

The story begins in Tuscarawas Township, part of Coshocton County, in the late 1800's. Christopher Stockum and his wife Mary Ann lived together on a large farm. Together they raised nine children. Due ...

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Wealthean Richards, Accused Witch MP (c.1600 - 1679)

Immigration: 1630 "Mary and John" 1 Will: 3 JUL 1679 Boston, Suffolk Co, MA 2 Probate: 4 NOV 1679 Boston, Suffolk Co, MA 3 Note: dau of Thomas Immigration: MARY AND JOHN, Thomas Chubb, Mast...

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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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Margaret Prince, Accused witch MP (c.1625 - 1706)

From Witches of Massachusetts Margaret Skillings Prince (1625-1706) - Margaret was born to Mr. Skillings and Janet McIlwraith Skillings in 1625 in England. Somewhere along the line she immigrated to ...

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Alice Kyteler (b. - 1324)

In 1324, Richard Ledrede , bishop of Ossory, declared that his diocese was a hotbed of devil worshippers. The central figure in this affair was Alice Kyteler , a wealthy Kilkenny woman who stood accuse...

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Grace Dutch MP (1607 - 1694)

Grace Pratt Birth: Oct 1607 - Bridport, Dorset, England Parents: Bennett Pratt, Ann Primrose Married: about March 20, 1629 of Bridport, Dorset, England to Osmond Dutch Death: Oct 10 1694 - Gl...

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Janet Douglas, Lady Glamis MP (1499 - 1537)

Janet Douglas b. ? She died on 17 July 1537 at Castle Hill, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, burned at the stake for threatening the life of King James V with sorcery. Her ghost is said to haunt Glamis...

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Nicholas Disborough MP (1612 - 1683)

Nicholas Disborough Birth: June 16 1612 / Abt 1613 - Saffron Waldon, Essex, England Death: Aug 31 1683 - Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut Parents: Nicholas Disbrowe, Mary Gylbye Married: Mary...

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Mercy Disbrow MP (c.1637 - c.1718)

Mercy Holbridge b: Abt. 1640 New Haven, New Haven Co., CT m: 1676 Westport, Fairfield Co., CT d: Bet. 1682 - 1735 Fact 1: 1692 Tried and convicted of witchcraft in Fairfield, CT put on trial for ha...

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Winifred Benham (1684 - 1778)

Winifred Benham and her mother, Winifred (King) Benham were accused of being witches in 1697. They're on the list of accepted ancestors of The Associated Daughters of Early American Witches.

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Winifred King (c.1635 - 1697)

Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, pg. 186 -------------------- WINIFRED KING was born in an unknown place about 1639, and died equally unknown, after 1703. She married in Boston 15...

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Mary Prescott MP (1648 - 1735)

•Name: Mary BOULTER •Sex: F •Birth: 15 MAY 1648 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH Father: Nathaniel BOULTER Mother: Grace SWAINE Marriage 1 James PRESCOTT b: ABT 1648 in Lincoln...

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Isabella Towle (1633 - 1719)

Isabella (Austin) Towle is included on the list of accepted ancestors for The Associated Daughters of Early American Witches. She was first accused in 1680 in New Hampshire. Isabella was sent to prison...

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Beatrís de los Ángeles MP (1570 - d.)

Beatrís and her daughter Juana were denounced to the Inquisition as hechiceras, women who bewitched people with potions and enchantments. Testimony was collected by numerous residents of New M...

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Juana de la Cruz MP (1610 - 1656)

Juana and her mother Beatrís were denounced to the Inquisition as hechiceras, women who bewitched people with potions and enchantments. Testimony was collected by numerous residents of New Mex...

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Elizabeth Warren Knapp MP (1655 - c.1720)

As a girl, Elizabeth was sent to the neighbouring town of Lancaster to live -- perhaps as a maidservant -- with the family of Simon Willard. She moved into the household of Simon's son Rev. Samuel Will...

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Elizabeth Garlick MP (deceased)

She was accused of being a witch and brought before the Magistrates of East Hampton, NY on May 5, 1658, and sent to Connecticut for trial. She was released but had to pay court costs. "Goody" Garlick...

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Sarah Rist MP (1620 - 1698)

Sarah Clark 1620 - England probably Death: May 3 1698 - Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts Parents: sister of Thomas Clarke of Reading Married: George Davis, Nicholas Rist AKA. Nicholas Rice ...

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Edward Dimond MP (c.1646 - c.1732)

from Myths and Legends of our Own Land, by Charles M. Skinner, [1896 , at sacred-texts.com] John, or Edward, Dimond, grandfather of Moll Pitcher, was a benevolent wizard. When vessels were trying t...

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Aholiab (John) Dimond MP (1679 - c.1732)

from The 'Headers In Life & Legend by Russell Knight (Marblehead Magazine) Aholiab Dimond was an outlandish, implausible character whose incomprehensible accomplishments gave our forefathers the cr...

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Margaret Henderson, Lady Pittadrow MP (b. - 1649)

Death information from Darryl Lundy: Through Burke's Peerage. She married William Echlin of Pittandro. She died in December 1649, she was accused of witchcraft and was found dead in prison, while...

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Robert Cochrane (1931 - 1966)

) Robert Cochrane (26 January 1931 - 3 July 1966), who was born as Roy Bowers , was an English Neopagan witch who founded the tradition known as Cochrane's Craft, which is seen by some to be a form o...

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John Stewart, Earl of Mar and Garioch MP (c.1456 - 1479)

From Darryl Lundy's Peerage page on John Stewart: John Stewart, Earl of Mar and Garioch [1] M, #102113, b. between 1456 and 1459, d. 9 July 1479 Last Edited=24 Jan 2011 Consanguinity In...

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Alse Young MP (c.1600 - 1647)

Alse Young (sometimes cited as Achsah Young or Alice Young) (b. cal 1600) (died May 26, 1647) of Windsor, Connecticut, was the first person in the records executed for witchcraft in the thirteen Americ...

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Leonard Grey, 1st Viscount Grane MP (1479 - 1541)

From Darryl Lundy's Peerage page on Leonard Gray: Leonard Gray, 1st Viscount Grane [1] M, #118799, d. 28 July 1541 Last Edited=10 Apr 2004 Leonard Gray, 1st Viscount Grane married Elean...

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Sarah Cole MP (1658 - 1741)

She was tried for witchcraft at Charlestown, Massachusetts, and acquitted 1 February 1693. Her son Samuel was appointed administrator of her estate, 25 May 1741. Sources Genealogical and Personal...

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Janet Scott MP (c.1510 - 1569)

From Darryl Lundy's Peerage page on Janet Bethune: Janet Bethune [1] F, #20690, b. circa 1510, d. January 1569 Last Edited=30 Mar 2007 Janet Bethune was born circa 1510.[1] She was th...

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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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Sarah Vinson MP (c.1618 - 1660)

accused of withcraft in 1653. Married abt 1635 to William Vinson (1608 - 1690) Children Sarah Vinson (1637 - 1707/08) m. Jeffrey Parsons. Hannah Vinson b. Bef 1643 - m. William Ellery ...

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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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Tammy Younger, the Witch of Dogtown (1753 - 1829)

The cellar at the southern corner of the locality [of Dogtown], on the brow of a steep rise of ground near Alewife brook, known as Foxhill, was covered by the residence of Lucy George, and later of her...

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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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Elizabeth Sacheral MP (c.1600 - 1647)

Widow of Samuel Holly. Accused of witchcraft. Links

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Mary Barnes of Farmington, convicted witch MP (c.1620 - 1663)

Mary Barnes was born ABT 1631 in Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA. She died 6 FEB 1662 in Hartford County, Connecticut, USA. ALT January 18, 1663.. Her maiden name has been given as Needha...

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Mary Botsford MP (1643 - c.1688)

all the following from: "Mary Sanford, Hartford, CT, 1662 Mary was the wife of Andrew Sanford. They married around 1640 and lived in Hartford, New Haven, CT. Their son, Andrew Sanford, Jr. b 11 Nov 1...

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Joanne or Joan Carrington (c.1632 - 1651)

John and wife Joan are listed as executed in the Wethersfield, Connecticut witch trials in 1651.

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John Carrington (1628 - 1651)

John and wife Joan are listed as executed in the Wethersfield, Connecticut witch trials in 1651.

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Mehitable Bellamy MP (c.1690 - 1751)

Maria, Mariah or Mehitable Possibly the wife of John Hallett, was at Crosby's Tavern one night when a terrible storm forced a ship full of seamen to come ashore to wait out the storm. The storm lasted ...

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Elizabeth Morse, Witch of Newbury MP (c.1616 - 1690)

Elizabeth Morse was accused and found guilty of being a witch. She was initially sentenced to be hanged, but the execution was never carried out and, after a year in jail in Boston, Morse was sent home...

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Ann Brennum Clenums Hibbins (b. - 1656)

Anne Hibbons was found guilty twice of being a witch. She was hanged at Boston Neck in June, 1656. She was the sister of Governor Richard Bellingham, 8th governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Mr. H...

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Gruoch 'Lady Macbeth', Queen of Scots MP (1007 - c.1060)

Grouch, daughter of Boite mac Cinaeda mhic Dubh. Crowned Queen of Scots in 1040. Later Dates unknown Married 1. Gille Comgain, one child, son: Lulach 2. Macbeth - no known children of this marria...

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Nathaniel Greensmith (b. - 1663)

Hanged as a witch in Hartford, CT. Source:

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Rebecca Mudge Mudge MP (1625 - 1662)

Lived in Wethersfield, Connecticut. Hanged as a witch. Published in the Connecticut Magazine November, 1899 THE case of Rebecca Greensmith and her husband, now to be related, was considered by In...

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Elizabeth Gilbert MP (c.1586 - 1654)

Thomas Gilbert Apr 25 1589, Yardley, Worcester, England, married Aug 29 1610, in Yardley, Worcester, England, Elizabeth Bennett, born circa 1586, England, died Jan 1654, Hartford, Hartford County, Conn...

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Joan Carrington (1618 - 1651)

Joan Carrington was found guilty of witchcraft and executed c.1651 in Wethersfield, Connecticut. The execution of John Carrington and his wife was the second known execution for witchcraft in New Eng...

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John Carrington, Sr. (1602 - 1651)

The execution of John Carrington and his wife was the second known execution for witchcraft in New England. Source: Includes Notes for John Carrington Sr.: RootsWeb Genealogical Data Cooperative ...

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Alice Lake (c.1621 - 1649)

Link to grave BIOGRAPHY: Alice (Mrs. Henry) Lake, executed as a witch - by Alice Marie Beard BIOGRAPHY: In about 1651, near modern-day Boston, a mother of five lost her baby to death. After her b...

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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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Mary Garner (c.1613 - 1631)

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Katharn Garner MP (c.1610 - 1636)

Our English ancestor, John Garner, grandfather of the first John Garner in Virginia, was born ca. 1580 in England (possibly Shropshire District, died 24 July, 1628; m. Joan …….. d. before...

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Hannah Davis MP (c.1716 - 1812)

Hannah Matson is thought to have been the great-granddaughter of the accused in the only witchcraft trial ever held in Pennsylvania. Margaret Mattson of Chester Co, Pennsylvania was tried in the year 1...

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Sir Francis Stewart, 1st Earl of Bothwell MP (c.1562 - 1612)

Francis Stewart, Earl Bothwell (b. c. December 1562 – d. April 1612, Naples), [n.b. note alternate death date of 1624, documented below] was Commendator of Kelso Abbey and Coldingham Priory, a...

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Nathaniel Whittier MP (c.1658 - 1722)

Basics Son of Thomas Whittier and Ruth Whittier (Green) Married: Mary Stevens Osgood Children: Reuben Ruth Married: Mary Ring Biography Elizabeth and Joseph II Nathaniel t...

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Kaika Laine MP (1927 - 2013)

Witch of Kaika (Laine Roht) - one of the best-known Estonian healers. Kaika Laine (born 1927) comes from a family that has brought forth several folk healers, but also formal doctors of remedy. Her g...

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