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  • Dorcas Hoar (c.1634 - 1711)
    Dorcas (Galley) Hoar, a widow from Beverly, Massachusetts, was accused of witchcraft during the Salem witch trials of 1692, found guilty and condemned to hang, but then confessed and with the support o...
  • Elizabeth Bassett Proctor, Salem Witch (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...
  • 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...
  • Elizabeth Howe, Salem Witch Trials (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...
  • 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...