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"If it be possible no more innocent blood be shed.... ...I am clear of this sin."
--Mary Easty


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A timeline is a representation of a sequence of events. The timeline may be defined as a representation of the progress of events from the first to the last or as an outline of certain historical events and experiences, also referred to as a chronology (from Latin chronologia). When used for specific examples, the chronology usually doesn't include all of the events, but only the events that have changed at least one thing concrete or abstract.

This timeline presents the events that precipitated the trials, as well as the events that were the results of the trials.

The long road of history that predates the trials shows many milestones about how church and government leaders in Europe and, later, colonial New England considered the idea of witchcraft in the almost three centuries before 1692.

Equally important to the historical causes of the trials are the many ways that people have responded to the trials in the more than three centuries since they unfolded. From contemporaneous journals and books to cultural commentary and fictional adaptations, people have used documentation, drama and comedy to explore a better understanding of the events described here.

Many people have also watched for and warned about recurrences of witch hunts and trials since these events.


1401

The King of England Henry IV adopts the witchcraft "Acte De Haeretico Comburendo."
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1484

The Roman Catholic Pope Innocent VIII adopts the witchcraft bull "Summis Desiderantes Affectibus."
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1487

Roman Catholic priests Heinrich Kramer and Jacob Sprenger write and publish the witchcraft book "Malleus Maleficarum."
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1521

The Roman Catholic Pope Leo X adopts the witchcraft bull "Decet Romanum Pontificem."
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1529

The King of the Kingdom of England Henry VIII summons the "Reformation Parliament" and ends recognition of the Roman Catholic Church in England
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1534

The King of the Kingdom of England Henry VIII adopts the "Acte of Supremacy" and is declared the supreme head of the Church of England.
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1542

The King of the Kingdom of England Henry VIII adopts the witchcraft "Acte Ayest Conjuraracons & Wichecraftes and Sorcery and Enchantmants."
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1547

The King of the Kingdom of England Edward VI adopts the witchcraft "Acte for the Repeale of Certain Statutes."
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1563

The Queen of the Kingdom of England Elizabeth I adopts the witchcraft "Acte Agaynst Conjuracons Inchantments and Witchecraftes."
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1580

The Queen of the Kingdom of England Elizabeth I adopts the witchcraft "Acte Against Sedicious Wordes and Rumours Uttered Againste the Queenes Moste Excellent Majestie."
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1597

The King of the Kingdom of England James I publishes the witchcraft book "Daemonologie" as James VI of Scotland.
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1604

The King of the Kingdom of England and Scotland James I adopts the witchcraft "Acte Against Conjuration Witchcrafte and Dealinge With Evill and Wicked Spirits."
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1606

The King of the Kingdom of England James I patents to Sir Thomas Gates a license (First Charter of Virginia) "to make Habitation, Plantation, and to deduce a colony" which creates a "second" company, colony and plantation (Plymouth Co.).
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1607

The Plymouth Co. patent is abandoned when the company fails.
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1620

The King of the Kingdom of England James I patents to Sir Thomas Gates a letter (Charter of New England) to settle "soe hopefull a Work" and create a "Councell established att Plymouth" for "New-England in America" (Plymouth Council for New England).
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1622

Plymouth Council for New England leaders license Dorchester Co. to settle and found its fishing colony at Stage Point (now Gloucester).
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1626

Dorchester Co. leaders settle and found the Naumkeag (now Salem) area.

The Dorchester Co. license is abandoned when the company fails.
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1628

Salem Colony is settled and founded.
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1629

The King of the Kingdom of England Charles I patents the "Governour and Company of the Mattachusetts Bay in Newe-England."

Governour and Company of the Mattachusetts Bay in Newe-England leaders found Massachusetts Bay Colony which subsumes Salem Colony and renames the Naumkeag area as City of Salem.
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1635

The Plymouth Council for New England patent is surrendered.
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1637

Colonial court leaders banish colonist Anne Hutchinson when it determines that her religious utterances are contrary to the revealed faith of Puritans.
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1641

Provincial General Court (legislature) lawmakers create the "Liberties of the Massachusets Collonie in New England" that include a "Capitall Law" which requires "If any man or woeman be a witch, (that is hath or consulteth with a familiar spirit,) They shall be put to death." The law contrasts the English laws by defining witchcraft exclusively in terms of a demonic pact.
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1649

The King of the Kingdom of England Charles I is executed.
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1653

Puritan Oliver Cromwell becomes Lord Protector of the Commonwealth.
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1657

Lord Oliver Cromwell refuses title of "king."
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1658

Lord Oliver Cromwell dies and is succeeded by his son Richard.
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1659

Lord Richard Cromwell resigns.
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1661

Charles Stuart is crowned as the King of the Kingdom of England Charles II.

The King of the Kingdom of England Charles II declares that the colonies may not self-govern.
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1682

Kingdom of England astronomer Sir Edmond Halley FRS observed a comet which would bear his name and be the subject of his identification as the comet that was observed in 1531 and 1607, and prediction to return in 1758.
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1686

The King of the Kingdom of England James II declares the "Charter of Liberties" invalid and patents "Our Territory and Dominion of New England in America."
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1688

The King of the Kingdom of England James II patents the "Dominion of New England."

Martha Goodwin, 13, shows illness and erratic behavior after an argument with laundress Goodwife "Goody" Ann Glover.

Goodwin's younger brother and two sisters show similar behavior days later.

Glover is arrested and tried. The Rev. Cotton Mather meets twice with her following the arrest to encourage her repentance. She is hanged.

Mather takes Goodwin into his house where her behavior continues and worsens.
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1689

The King of the Kingdom of England James II is removed from the throne, and replaced by the Protestants King of the Kingdom of England William III and Queen of the Kingdom of England Mary II who issue the "Declaration of Rights." They also reissue charters to American colonies.

The Rev. Cotton Mather writes and publishes in Boston his book about witchcraft "Memorable Providences, Relating to Witchcrafts and Possessions."

The Rev. Samuel Parris of Boston is in November chosen to serve as the new minister of Salem Village.
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1691

The King of the Kingdom of England William III and the Queen of the Kingdom of England Mary II create "Our Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England" which comprised "the Territories and Collnyes camonly called or known by the Names of the Collony of the Massachusetts Bay and Collony of New Plymouth the Province of Main the Territorie called Accadia or Nova Scotia and all that Tract of Land lying betweene the said Territoritories of Nova Scotia and the said Province of Main."

Salem Village residents vow on Oct. 16 to drive out the Rev. Samuel Parris and stop contributing to his salary -- just three months before his daughter, Elizabeth "Betty" Parris Jr., 9, and niece, Abigail Williams, 11, show illness and erratic behavior.
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JANUARY 1692

The Rev. John Hale describes the girls as "bitten and pinched by invisible agents; their arms, necks and backs turned this way and that way, and returned back again so as it was impossible for them to do of themselves and beyond the power of any Epileptic Fits or natural Disease to effects."

Other girls including Elizabeth Hubbard, abt. 17, show similar afflictions soon thereafter.
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FEBRUARY 1692

A doctor believed to have been "William" Grigs examines the afflicted girls, can't determine a physical cause for their symptoms and suggests that they're bewitched by the influence of Satan.

Parris family neighbor Mary Sibley, tells family slaves John and Tituba how to make a "witch cake" of rye meal and the afflicted girls' urine, and feed the cake to a dog who is believed to be a familiar of Satan. According to English folklore, this magic is meant to reveal the witches to the girls and counteract their afflictions.

The Rev. Samuel Parris conducts community prayer services and fasting to relieve the afflicted girls of their injuries. Pressured by ministers and residents to name the witches, the girls accuse Tituba, and later Sarah Good and Sarah Osbourne.

Joseph Hutchinson, Thomas Preston, Edward Putnam and Thomas Putnam complain against Good, Osbourne and Tituba.

After they're arrested, Good and Osbourne maintain their innocence, but Tituba confesses to seeing Satan appear to her "sometimes like a hog and sometimes like a great dog." She claims that there is a conspiracy of witches at work in the community.
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MARCH 1692

More residents accuse others and complain that they'd been afflicted by or seen specters.

Tituba confesses and accuses Sarah Good and Sarah Osbourne as her coconspirators. Ann Putnam Jr., 12, shows illness and erratic behavior. Mercy Lewis, 17, Mary Walcott, 16, and Mary Warren claim affliction later as well. Martha Corey, Rebecca Nurse and Elizabeth Proctor are accused. Edward Putnam and Jonathan Putnam complain against Nurse.

Some of the accused have histories of criminal activity, including witchcraft, or are women whose behavior or economic circumstances disturbed others, but others are faithful churchgoers and people of high standing in the community.
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APRIL 1692

Deliverance Hobbs confesses. Mary Warren admits to lying and accuses the other afflicted girls of lying, but recants her admission two weeks later.

The Rev. George Burroughs, Sarah Cloyce, Giles Corey, John Proctor are accused. Ann Putnam Jr., 12, complains that she is haunted by the specter of Jacob Goodale, who was killed by Corey and died at his house. Nathaniel Ingersoll and Jonathan Walcott complain against Cloyce.

Nehemiah Abbott Jr. and Mary Easty are accused. Abbott is judged not guilty. Easty is judged guilty.

The Rev. Deodat Lawson writes and publishes his book about the trials, "A Brief and True Narrative" as one of the first nonfictional books about the trials.
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MAY 1692

Mrgaret Jacobs confesses. Susannah Sheldon testifies that the deceased Joseph Rabson appeared to her and stated that Phillip English had murdered him.

The Rev. George Burroughs, Phillip English and George Jacobs Sr. are accused. Burroughs and Roger Toothaker are arrested.

Mary Easty is released from jail but, because of the protests of her accusers, blamed for an illness experienced by Mercy Lewis, 17, and rearrested.

Sarah Osbourne dies jailed in Boston.

The Rev. Increase Mather returns to Boston from England with the new provincial governor, Sir William Phips, Kt. They bring with them the new provincial charter that ends the 1684 prohibition of self-governance.
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MAY 27, 1692

(Day: Friday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:28 a.m./7:17 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 4:56 p.m./2:18 a.m./92-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 69/58/47 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 69/55-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.61-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Governor Sir William Phips, Kt. commissions a special "Court of Oyer and Terminer" to investigate the allegations. The court comprises Chief Magistrate Lt. Gov. William Stoughton, Jonathan Corwin, Bartholomew Gedney, John Hathorne, John Richards, Col. Nathaniel Saltonstall, Peter Seargent, Samuel Sewall and Wait Still Winthrop. They base their judgments and evaluations on various kinds of intangible evidence including direct confessions, supernatural attributes such as "witch marks" and reactions of the afflicted girls. Spectral evidence, based on the assumption that Satan could assume the "specter" of a person who is innocent, is relied upon despite its controversial nature.
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MAY 28, 1692

(Day: Saturday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:28 a.m./7:18 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 6:11 p.m./2:51 a.m./97-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 69/58/47 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 69/55-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.61-in., Possible Advection Fog)

The magistrates order the arrests of John Alden, and of John and Elizabeth Proctor's second son, William Proctor, 17. Martha Carrier is arrested on the complaints of Joseph Holton and John Walcott.
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MAY 31, 1692

(Day: Tuesday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:26 a.m./7:20 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 9:22 p.m./5:17 a.m./97-percent waning; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 69/58/47 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 69/55-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.61-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Magistrates Jonathan Corwin, Bartholomew Gedney and John Hathorne examine John Alden, Martha Carrier, Phillip English, Elizabeth Howe and Wilmot Redd. Alden and English later escape jail and don't return to Salem Village until after the trials end.
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EARLY JUNE 1692

Magistrate Col. Nathaniel Saltonstall resigns from the court when he becomes dissatisfied with its proceedings after its trial of Bridget Bishop.
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JUNE 1, 1692

(Day: Wednesday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:26 a.m./7:21 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 10:05 p.m./6:20 a.m./93-percent waning; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 78/67/56 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 72/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.58-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Mary English testifies that Mary Warren confessed to lying in court.
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JUNE 2, 1692

(Day: Thursday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:26 a.m./7:22 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 10:40 p.m./7:27 a.m./86-percent waning; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 78/67/56 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 72/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.58-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Susannah Sheldon testifies in the first session of the court that the specters of Bridget Bishop, Giles Corey and Mary English appeared to her. Bishop is the first person to be tried, convicted and sentenced.
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JUNE 8, 1692

(Day: Wednesday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:24 a.m./7:26 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 12:34 a.m./1:37 p.m./33-percent waning; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 78/67/56 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 72/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.58-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Elizabeth Booth shows illness and erratic behavior.
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JUNE 10, 1692

(Day: Friday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:24 a.m./7:27 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 1:19 a.m./3:42 p.m./16-percent waning; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 78/67/56 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 72/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.58-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Bridget Bishop is hanged at "Gallows Hill." Following her death, accusations escalate, but Magistrate Col. Nathaniel Saltonstall resigns from the court, more residents oppose the trials than before and several residents sign petitions on behalf of accused people whom they believe to be innocent.
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JUNE 15, 1692

(Day: Wednesday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:23 a.m./7:29 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 4:57 a.m./8:50 p.m./1-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 78/67/56 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 72/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.58-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Twelve ministers including the Rev. Increase Mather write a letter to the court asking it to quicken the trials and to avoid spectral evidence for convictions. He believes in witches and supports religious orthodoxy, but he doesn't believe that spectral evidence has any real value. Unfortunately for the accuses, more attention ends up being paid more to the request for speed and less to the criticism of spectral evidence.
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JUNE 16, 1692

(Day: Thursday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:23 a.m./7:29 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 6:07 a.m./9:32 p.m./5-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 78/67/56 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 72/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.58-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Roger Toothaker dies jailed.
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JUNE 29, 1692

(Day: Wednesday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:27 a.m./7:31 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 8:38 p.m./5:11 a.m./99-percent waning; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 78/67/56 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 72/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.58-in., Possible Advection Fog)

The magistrates try, convict and sentence Sarah Good, Elizabeth Howe, Susannah Martin, Rebecca Nurse and Sarah Wilds to death by hanging.
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MID JULY 1692

To expose the witches that Joseph Ballard of Andover claims afflict him, the Salem Village accusers help him and spark the beginning of the Andover witch hunt.
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JULY 19, 1692

(Day: Tuesday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:41 a.m./7:22 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 11:21 a.m./11:23 p.m./38-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus, Jupiter and Mercury; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 83/73/62 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 73/58-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.50-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Sarah Good, Elizabeth Howe, Susannah Martin, Rebecca Nurse and Sarah Wilds are hanged at "Gallows Hill."
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JULY 23, 1692

(Day: Saturday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:44 a.m./7:19 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 4:07 p.m./12:09 a.m./81-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus, Jupiter and Mercury; Weather: Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 83/73/62 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 73/58-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.50-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Fearing that they won't get a fair trial in Salem Village, John Proctor and others write a letter while jailed to the Revs. James Allen, John Bayley, Increase Mather, Joshua Moody and Samuel Willard which asks them to support a change of venue for their trials.
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AUGUST 2, 1692

(Day: Tuesday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:54 a.m./7:09 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 9:23 p.m./10:13 a.m./74-percent waning; Brightest Planets: Venus, Jupiter and Mercury; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 82/71/61 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 74/57-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.35-in., Possible Advection Fog)

William Beale testifies before an Essex County grand jury that, when he was bedridden sick in March, Phillip English's specter appeared to him. The next day, his son, James, who had been recovering from smallpox, complains of a pain in his side and later dies. The magistrates try George Burroughs, Martha Carrier, George Jacobs Sr., John and Elizabeth Proctor, and John Willard.
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AUGUST 5, 1692

(Day: Friday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 4:57 a.m./7:05 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 10:48 p.m./1:21 a.m./46-percent waning; Brightest Planets: Venus, Jupiter and Mercury; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 82/71/61 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 74/57-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.35-in., Possible Advection Fog)

The magistrates convict and sentence George Burroughs, Martha Carrier, George Jacobs Sr., John and Elizabeth Proctor, and John Willard to death by hanging.
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AUGUST 19, 1692

(Day: Friday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 5:11 a.m./6:47 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 2:00 p.m./10:55 p.m./58-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus, Jupiter and Mercury; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 82/71/61 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 74/57-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.35-in., Possible Advection Fog)

George Burroughs, Martha Carrier, George Jacobs Sr., John Proctor and John Willard are hanged at "Gallows Hill." Elizabeth Proctor, who was found guilty with the others, isn't executed at this time because she is pregnant.
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AUGUST 20, 1692

(Day: Saturday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 5:12 a.m./6:45 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 3:02 p.m./11:50 p.m./68-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus, Jupiter and Mercury; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 82/71/61 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 74/57-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.35-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Margaret Jacobs recants her testimony that led to the execution of her grandfather George Jacobs Sr. and George Burroughs.
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SEPTEMBER 9, 1692

(Day: Friday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 5:31 a.m./6:13 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 4:01 a.m./5:30 p.m./2-percent waning; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 75/64/53 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 77/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.71-in., Possible Advection Fog)

The magistrates try, convict and sentence Mary Bradbury, Martha Corey, Mary Easty, Dorcas Hoar, Alice Parker and Ann Pudeator to death by hanging.
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MID SEPTEMBER 1692

Giles Corey is indicted.
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SEPTEMBER 16, 1692

(Day: Friday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 5:38 a.m./6:02 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 12:54 p.m./9:45 p.m./42-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 75/64/53 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 77/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.71-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Giles Corey refuses to plead his guilt or innocence, and let the magistrates try him. They order the sheriff to administer Peine Forte Et Dure by piling rocks on him and coerce a plea.
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SEPTEMBER 17, 1692

(Day: Saturday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 5:39 a.m./6:00 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 1:31 p.m./10:44 p.m./53-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 75/64/53 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 77/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.71-in., Possible Advection Fog)

The magistrates try, convict and sentence Rebecca Eames, Abigail Faulkner, Ann Foster, Abigail Hobbs, Mary Lacey, Mary Parker, Wilmot Redd, Margaret Scott and Samuel Wardwell to death by hanging.
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SEPTEMBER 19, 1692

(Day: Monday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 5:41 a.m./5:57 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 3:14 p.m./NA/73-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 75/64/53 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 77/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.71-in., Possible Advection Fog)

The sheriff administers Peine Forte Et Dure to Giles Corey. He continues to refuse to plead his guilt or innocence.
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SEPTEMBER 21, 1692

(Day: Wednesday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 5:43 a.m./5:53 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 4:10 p.m./1:57 a.m./88-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 75/64/53 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 77/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.71-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Giles Corey dies under the weight of the Peine Forte Et Dure. Dorcas Hoar is the first among those pleading innocent to confess. Her execution is delayed as a result.
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SEPTEMBER 22, 1692

(Day: Thursday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 5:44 a.m./5:51 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 4:33 p.m./2:59 a.m./93-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 75/64/53 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 77/59-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 3.71-in., Possible Advection Fog)

Martha Corey, Mary Easty, Alice Parker, Mary Parker, Ann Pudeator, Wilmot Redd, Margaret Scott and Samuel Wardwell are hanged at "Gallows Hill." Mary Herrick of Wenham reports that the ghost of Mary Easty appeared to her and proclaimed her innocence.
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OCTOBER 3, 1692

(Day: Monday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 5:56 a.m./5:33 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 11:07 p.m./1:44 p.m./47-percent waning; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 64/53/42 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 79/61-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 4.12-in., Possible Radiation Fog)

Harvard College president the Rev. Increase Mather, the father of the Rev. Cotton Mather, denounces the use of spectral evidence.
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OCTOBER 8, 1692

(Day: Saturday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 6:01 a.m./5:25 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 4:08 a.m./4:21 p.m./3-percent waning; Brightest Planets: Venus and Jupiter; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 64/53/42 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 79/61-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 4.12-in., Possible Radiation Fog)

After 20 people were executed, Thomas Brattle, FRS criticizes the trials in his "Letter to the Rev. ___." Governor Sir William Phips, Kt. is affected greatly by the letter, and orders that reliance on spectral and intangible evidence end. He begins writing his "Letters to the Home Government" which continued into the next year.
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OCTOBER 19, 1692


(Day: Wednesday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 6:13 a.m./5:08 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 2:37 p.m./12:51 a.m./75-percent waxing; Brightest Planets: Venus, Jupiter and Mercury; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 64/53/42 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 79/61-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 4.12-in., Possible Radiation Fog)

The Rev. Increase Mather visits the Salem Village jail where several confessors recant their earlier testimonies.
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OCTOBER 29, 1692

(Day: Saturday [Julian or Old-Style Calendar]; Sunrise/Set: 6:24 a.m./4:55 p.m.; Moonrise/Set/Phase: 5:53 p.m./10:54 a.m./81-percent waning; Brightest Planets: Venus, Jupiter and Mercury; Weather: Avg. Daily Temp. 64/53/42 F., Avg. Rel. Humidity AM/PM 79/61-percent, Avg. Monthly Rainfall 4.12-in., Possible Radiation Fog)

Governor Sir William Phips, Kt. prohibits further arrests, releases many of the persons who were already arrested and dissolves the Court of Oyer and Terminer.
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NOVEMBER 1692

The provincial General Court commissions a "Superior Court of Judicature" which comprises Chief Justice Lt. Gov. William Stoughton, Thomas Danforth, John Richards, Samuel Sewall and Wait Still Winthrop to try the remaining complaints. Spectral evidence is no longer considered and no one is convicted -- partly as a result of the efforts of the Rev. Increase Mather and other religious leaders.
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JANUARY 1693

Provincial Superior Court of Judicature Chief Justice Lt. Gov. William Stoughton orders the execution of the remaining persons who were convicted but exempted of earlier execution by their pregnancies. Governor Sir William Phips, Kt. denies enforcement of Stoughton's order causing him to resign the court.

Forty-nine of the 52 surviving persons who were arrested are released because their arrests were based on spectral evidence. Tituba is released from jail and sold later to a new owner.
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MAY 1693

Provincial Governor Sir William Phips, Kt. pardons the remaining persons who are accused. The Rev. Cotton Mather writes and publishes that month his book about the trials "Thaumatographia Pneumatica" (The Wonders of the Invisible World). The Rev. Increase Mather writes and publishes that month his book about the trials "Cases of Conscience Concerning Evil Spirits."
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1695

Thomas Maule writes and publishes his book about the trials "Truth Held Forth."
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1697

Provincial General Court (legislature) lawmakers designate a day of fasting and soul-searching about the trials, after which former magistrate Samuel Sewall confesses formally his error and guilt.

Former petit jurors Thomas Fisk Sr. (foreman), John Batcheler, John Dane, Andrew Elliot, Joseph Evelith, Thomas Fisk Jr., William Fisk, Henry Herrick Sr., John Pebody, Thomas Perly Sr., Thomas Perkins and Samuel Sayer publish their signed "Declaration of Regret."

The Rev. Samuel Parris is removed as minister in Salem Village. The Rev. Joseph Green replaces him.
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1700

Robert Calef writes and publishes his book about the trials "More Wonders of the Invisible World."
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1702

The provincial General Court declares the trials unlawful.

The Rev. John Hale writes and publishes his book about the trials "A Modest Inquiry into the Nature of Witchcraft."

The Rev. Cotton Mather writes and publishes his book about the trials "Magnalia Christi Americana" (Great Works of Christ in America).
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1706

Ann Putnam Jr. apologizes formally for her actions with the trials.
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1711

Provincial General Court (legislature) lawmakers adopt legislation to exonerate officially all but six (Bridget Bishop, Susannah Martin, Alice Parker, Ann Pudeator, Wilmot Redd and Margaret Scott) of the accused witches. The provincial government also grants restitution of 600 pounds sterling to the heirs of the accused.
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1725

The King of the Kingdom of Great Britain George I patents the "Explanatory Charter of Massachusetts Bay" that expands on the original rights granted to the province.
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1730

Two years before he starts publishing "Poor Richard's Almanack," Benjamin Franklin writes "A Witch Trial at Mount Holly" as one of the first fictional short stories about the trials.
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1752

Salem Village is annexed, incorporated and renamed City of Danvers.
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1774

Provincial General Court (legislature) lawmakers create a provincial congress in response to the tightening control of the Kingdom of Great Britain, and as a preceding act to the Revolutionary War.
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1776

Provincial General Court (legislature) lawmakers create Commonwealth of Massachusetts and join the United States of America.
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1779

Commonwealth General Court (legislature) lawmakers create the commonwealth Constitution that is in 1780 adopted by its delegates.
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1828

John Neal writes "Rachel Dyer: A North American Story" as one of the first fictional novels about the trials.
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1868

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow writes "Giles Corey of the Salem Farms" as one of the first fictional plays about the trials.
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1910

Edison Manufacturing Co. filmmaker J. Searle Dawley produces "The House of the Seven Gables" as one of the first fictional movies about the trials.
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1957

Commonwealth General Court (legislature) lawmakers adopt a commonwealth resolution (Chapter 145 of the Resolves of 1957) to exonerate officially "Ann Pudeator and certain other persons" but not Bridget Bishop, Susannah Martin, Alice Parker, Wilmot Redd and Margaret Scott by name.
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1961

New York City Opera director Julius Rudel produces the Pulitzer Prize-winning "The Crucible" opera based on the play by Academy Award-nominee Arthur Miller (libretto by Bernard Stambler, music by Robert Ward) as one of the first fictional operas about the trials.

Composers Recordings Inc. directors Oliver Daniel, Otto Luening and Douglas Moore produce "The Crucible" opera original-cast recording based on the play by Academy Award-nominee Arthur Miller (libretto by Bernard Stambler, music by Robert Ward) as one of the first fictional audio recordings about the trials.
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1965

ABC-TV producer-director William Asher produces "Bewitched: We're in for a Bad Spell" as one of the first fictional television-program episodes about the trials.
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1975

Commonwealth Gov. Michael Stanley Dukakis names Mercedes Elizabeth "Laurie Cabot" Kearsey as "the Official Witch of Salem" in awarding her a commonwealth Paul Revere Patriot Award. She opened four years earlier The Witch Shop as the first such business in Salem, and started two years earlier the Witches Ball as one of the first such festivals in Salem.
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1992

Sir Eliezer "Elie" Wiesel, KBE dedicates near the city's Old Burying Point the award-winning "Salem Witch Trials Tercentenary Memorial" that was designed by artist Maggie Smith, M.F.A., and architect James L. "Jim" Cutler, FAIA.
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2001

Commonwealth Gov. Jane Maria Swift signs the commonwealth law "An Act Relative to the Witchcraft Trial of 1692" (Chapter 122 of the Acts of 2001) to exonerate officially Bridget Bishop, Susannah Martin, Alice Parker, Wilmot Redd and Margaret Scott.
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2005

The five-day "Witching Hour" Harry Potter symposium is sponsored in Salem by HP Education Fanon Inc.
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2006

The Salem High School Renovations Project is started and planned for completion in 2008. The school is home to the "Witches" mascot and the "Witches Brew" student newspaper.
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2007

Fashion designer Sir Lee Alexander McQueen, CBE produces in Paris "In Memory of Elizabeth Howe, Salem 1692" which features his autumn designs inspired by the execution of his ancestor during the Salem Witch Trials as one of the first fashion-design shows about the trials. The show program included a facsimile of the Howe death warrant.


+ PARTICIPANTS

"If it was the last moment I was to live, God knows I am innocent...."
--Elizabeth Howe


PROVINCIAL GOVERNOR

PHIPS, Sir William
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GUBERNATORIAL SPECIAL COURT OF OYER AND TERMINER

Chief Judge -- STOUGHTON, Lt. Gov. William

Associate Judges -- CORWIN, Jonathan -- DANFORTH, Thomas -- GEDNEY, Bartholomew -- HATHORNE, John -- RICHARDS, John -- SALTONSTALL, Col. Nathaniel -- SEARGENT, Peter -- SEWALL, Samuel -- WINTHROP, Wait

Clerk -- SEWALL, Stephen

Petit Jurors -- FISK, [Foreman] Thomas Sr. -- BACHELER, John Jr. -- DANE, John -- ELIOT, Andrew -- EVELITH, Joseph -- FISK, Thomas Jr. -- FISK, William -- HERRICK, Henry Jr. -- PEABODY, John -- PEARLY, Thomas Sr. -- PERKINS, Thomas -- SAYER, Samuel

Attorneys General -- CHECKLEY, Anthony -- NEWTON, Thomas

Constable -- CORWIN, Essex County Sheriff George
Constable -- HERRICK, Joseph Sr.
Marshall -- HERRICK, Essex County Deputy Sheriff George

Plaintiffs -- [MAIDSERVANT] of Peter Tufts -- [SLAVE], John Indian -- [SLAVE], Tituba Indian -- ABBEY, Samuel -- ADAMS, Martha -- ALLEN, William -- BAILEY, Elizabeth -- BAILEY, Thomas -- BAYLEY, Joseph -- BIBBER, Sarah -- BITTFORD, Stephen -- BOOTH, Alice -- BOOTH, Elizabeth -- BRAGE, William -- BRAYBROOK, Samuel -- BRIDGES, Sarah -- BROWN, Mary -- BUXTON, John -- CHEEVER, Ezekial -- CHILDIN, Johanna -- CHURCHILL, Sarah -- CORY, Giles -- DERICH, John -- DOD, Johanna -- ENDICOTT, Samuel -- ENDICOTT, Zerubable Jr. -- FERNEAUX, David -- FITCH, Mary -- FLINT, Joseph -- FLINT, Thomas -- FOSTER, Rose -- GADGE, Sarah -- GADGE, Thomas -- GOOD, William -- HALE, The Rev. John -- HERRICK, Henry Sr. -- HERRICK, Joseph Sr. -- HERRICK, Mary -- HILL, Mary -- HOBBS, Deliverance -- HOLMAN, Edward -- HOLTON, James -- HOLTON, John Jr. -- HOLTON, John Sr. -- HOLTON, Jonathan -- HOLTON, Joseph -- HOLTON, Nathaniel -- HOLTON, Sarah -- HOLTON, Thomas Jr. -- HUBBARD, Elizabeth -- HUGHES, John -- HUTCHINSON, Benjamin -- HUTCHINSON, Joseph Sr. -- INGERSOLL, Nathaniel -- KENEY, Henry -- KETTLE, James -- KNIGHT, Margaret -- KNIGHT, Phillip -- LACEY, Mary Jr. -- LEWIS, Mercy -- MARSHALL, Mary -- MARTIN, Abigail -- NICHOLS, Lydia -- NICHOLS, Thomas -- PARRIS, Elizabeth -- PARRIS, The Rev. Samuel -- PERLEY, Hanna -- PHELPS, Sarah -- POPE, Bathshua -- PRESCOTT, Peter -- PRESTON, Thomas -- PUTNAM, Ann Jr. -- PUTNAM, Ann Sr. -- RAYMENT, Thomas -- REA, Jemima -- SHAW, William and wife -- SHELDEN, Ephraim -- SHELDON, Susanna or Susannah -- SIBLEY, Samuel -- SMALL, Hannah -- SPRAGUE, Martha -- TOWNE, Rebecca -- TRASK, Sarah -- WALCOTT, John -- WALCOTT, Jonathan Jr. -- WALCOTT, Jonathan Sr. -- WALCOTT, Mary -- WARREN, Mary -- WESTON, Elizabeth -- WHIPPLE, Joseph -- WILKINS, Benjamin -- WILKINS, Bray -- WILKINS, Henry Sr. -- WILKINS, John -- WILKINS, Rebecca -- WILKINS, Samuel -- WILLIAMS, Abigail -- WOODWELL, Elizabeth

Defendants (Died while hanged) -- BISHOP, Bridget -- BURROUGHS, The Rev. George -- CARRIER, Martha -- COREY, Martha -- DUSTIN, Lydia -- EASTY, Mary -- GOOD, Sarah -- HOWE, Elizabeth -- JACOBS, George Sr. -- MARTIN, Susannah -- NURSE, Rebecca -- PARKER, Alice -- PARKER, Mary -- PROCTOR, John -- PUDEATER, Ann -- REDD, Wilmot -- SCOTT, Margaret -- WARDWELL, Samuel -- WILDS, Sarah -- WILLARD, John

Defendants (Died while pressed) -- COREY, Giles

Defendants (Died while jailed) -- FOSTER, Ann -- GOOD, FNU (daughter of Sarah) -- OSBORNE, Sarah -- TOOTHAKER, Roger -- And, 13 others

Defendants (Accused) -- [SLAVE], Candy -- [SLAVE], Tituba Indian -- ABBOTT, Nehemiah Jr. -- ABBOTT, Nehemiah Sr. -- ALDEN, John -- ANDREW, Daniel -- BARKER, Abigail -- BARKER, Mary -- BARKER, William Jr. -- BARKER, William Sr. -- BASSETT, Sarah -- BISHOP, Edward Jr. -- BISHOP, Sarah -- BLACK, Mary -- BRADBURY, Mary -- BRIDGES, Mary Jr. -- BRIDGES, Mary Sr. -- BRIDGES, Sarah -- BROMAGE, Hannah -- BUCKLEY, Sarah -- CARRIER, Andrew -- CARRIER, Richard -- CARRIER, Sarah -- CARRIER, Thomas Jr. -- CARROLL, Hannah -- CARTER, Bethia Jr. -- CARTER, Bethia Sr. -- CARY, Elizabeth -- CLARKE, Mary -- CLENTON, Rachel -- CLOYCE, Sarah -- COLE, Sarah (of Lynn) -- COLE, Sarah (of Salem) -- COLSON, Elizabeth -- COLSON, Mary -- DANE, Deliverance -- DERICH, Mary -- DICER, Elizabeth -- DIKE, Rebecca -- DOLLIVER, Ann -- DRAPER, Joseph -- DUSTIN, Sarah -- EAMES, Rebecca -- ELWELL, Esther -- EMERSON, Martha -- EMONS, Joseph -- ENGLISH, Mary -- ENGLISH, Philip -- FARRER, Thomas Sr. -- FARRINGTON, Edward -- FAULKNER, Abigail Jr. -- FAULKNER, Abigail Sr. -- FAULKNER, Dorothy -- FLOOD, John -- FOSDICK, Elizabeth -- FOSDICK, Elizabeth (Jr.?) -- FROST, Nicholas -- FRY, Eunice -- GOOD, Dorcas -- GREEN, Mary -- HART, Elizabeth -- HAWKES, Margaret -- HAWKES, Sarah -- HOAR, Dorcas -- HOBBS, Abigail -- HOBBS, Deliverance -- HOBBS, William -- HOWARD, John -- HUTCHINS, Frances -- IRESON, Mary -- JACKSON, John Jr. -- JACKSON, John Sr. -- JACOBS, George Jr. -- JACOBS, Margaret -- JACOBS, Rebecca -- JOHNSON, Abigail -- JOHNSON, Elizabeth Jr. -- JOHNSON, Elizabeth Sr. -- JOHNSON, Rebecca -- JOHNSON, Stephen -- LACEY, Mary Jr. -- LACEY, Mary Sr. -- LEE, John -- LILLY, Jane -- MARSTON, Mary -- MOREY, Mary -- OSGOOD, Mary -- PAINE, Elizabeth -- PEASE, Sarah -- PENEY, Joan -- POST, Hannah -- POST, Mary -- POST, Susanna -- PRINCE, Margaret -- PROCTOR, Benjamin -- PROCTOR, Elizabeth -- PROCTOR, Sarah -- PROCTOR, William -- RICE, Sarah -- ROOTS, Susannah -- SALTER, Henry -- SAWDY, John -- SEARS, Ann -- SOMES, Abigail -- SPARKS, Martha -- TOOKEY, Job -- TOOTHACKER, Mary -- TYLER, Hannah -- TYLER, Martha -- WARDWELL, Mercy -- WARDWELL, Sarah -- WARREN, Mary -- WILFORD, Ruth -- WILLIAMS, Abigail -- WILSON, Sarah Jr. -- WILSON, Sarah Sr. -- WITHERIDGE, Mary

Petitioners, witnesses and others, and alternate spellings -- ABBOT, Nathaniel -- ABBOTT, Arthur -- ABBOTT, Benjamin -- ABBOTT, George -- ABBOTT, Hannah -- ABBOTT, John Sr. -- ABBOTT, Sarah -- ABBOTT, William -- ABBY, Samuel -- ABORN, Samuel Sr. -- ADAMS, Simon -- ADDINGTON, Isaac -- AIRES, Peter -- ALLEN, The Rev. James -- ALLEN, Anne -- ALLEN, Benjamin [Jr.?] -- ALLEN, Benjamin [Sr.?] -- ALLEN, FNU (wife of Benjamin [Sr.?]) -- ALLEN, John -- ALLEN, Mary -- ALLEN, Rachel -- ALLEN, William (of Salem Village) -- ALLIN, Andrew -- AMBROS, FNU (wife of Henry) -- AMBROS, Henry -- ANDREW, John -- ANDREW, John Sr. -- ANDREW, Sara -- ANDREW, Sarah -- ANDREWS, Anna -- ANDREWS, Daniel -- ANDREWS, John Jr. -- ANDREWS, John Sr. -- ANDREWS, Joseph -- ANDREWS, Mary -- ANDREWS, Sarah -- ANDREWS, Thomas (of Boxford) -- ANDREWS, Thomas (of Ipswich) -- ANDREWS, William -- APPLETON, John -- APPLETON, Samuel -- ARDWAY, John -- ARNOLD, John -- ARNOLD, Mary -- ARNOLD, William -- ASELBY, John -- ATKINSON, John -- ATKINSON, Nathaniel -- ATKINSON, Sarah -- AUSTEN, Leonard -- AYER, John -- BABSON, Ebenezer -- BACON, Daniel -- BAGLEY, Orlando -- BAILEY, James -- BAKER, Cornell -- BAKER, Ebenezer -- BAKER, Hannah -- BAKER, Jonathan -- BAKER, William -- BALCH, Benjamin -- BALCH, David -- BALCH, Elizabeth -- BALLARD, John -- BALLARD, Joseph -- BALLARD, William -- BANCROFT, Ebenezer -- BARE, John -- BARKER, Ebenezer -- BARKER, John -- BARNARD, Elizabeth -- BARNARD, Thomas -- BARNOTT, Stephen -- BARRETT, Humphrey -- BARRETT, Thomas -- BARTLET, Richard Sr. -- BARTON, J -- BARTON, Samuel -- BASSETT, William -- BATCHELOR, Jonathan -- BATEMAN, Thomas -- BATTEN, William -- BATTIS, Thomas -- BEADLE, Nathaniel Sr. -- BEADLE, Samuel -- BEADLES, Thomas -- BEALE, George -- BEALE, James -- BEALE, Marthah -- BEALE, William -- BECKETT, John -- BECKETT, William -- BELLSHER, Widow -- BERNARD, Mr. -- BEST, John Jr. -- BEST, John Sr. -- BIBBER, John -- BIBBER, Sara -- BIGSBY, Hannah -- BILES, Jonathan -- BILL, FNU (wife of Samuel) -- BILL, Samuel -- BISHOP, Edward Sr. -- BISHOP, Hannah -- BIXBY, Joseph Jr. -- BLANCHARD, Samuel -- BLANEY, John -- BLOWER, Piam -- BLY, John Sr. -- BLY, Rebecca -- BLY, William -- BOARMAN, Thomas -- BOND, William -- BONFIELDS, George -- BOOTH, George -- BORMAN, Thomas -- BOWDEN, Martha -- BOWDEN, Sarah -- BOYNTON, Caleb -- BOYNTON, Joseph -- BRACKETT, Capt. -- BRADBURY, Jacob -- BRADBURY, Thomas -- BRADBURY, William -- BRADBURY, Wymond -- BRADFORD, Rachel -- BRADFORD, William -- BRADSTREET, Ann -- BRADSTREET, Dudley -- BRAGE, Henry -- BRATLEBOOKS, Samuel -- BRATTLE, Thomas -- BRIDGES, James -- BRIDGES, John -- BRIDGHAM, John (Doc.) -- BROMAGE, Edward -- BROWN, Abraham -- BROWN, Benjamin -- BROWN, Elizabeth -- BROWN, FNU (wife of Abraham) -- BROWN, FNU (wife of Henry Sr.) -- BROWN, Hannah -- BROWN, Henry -- BROWN, Henry Sr. -- BROWN, John -- BROWN, John Jr. -- BROWN, Nathaniel -- BROWN, Nathaniel Sr. -- BROWN, Richard -- BROWN, William -- BUBBEE, Joane -- BUCK, Abraham -- BUCK, Ephraim -- BUCKLEY, William -- BUCKSTONE, Mrs. -- BUFFINGTON, Thomas Jr. -- BULLOCK, John -- BURBANK, John -- BURNAM, James -- BURNAM, Nathaniel -- BURNAM, Thomas -- BURNHAM, John Jr. -- BURNHAM, John Sr. -- BURRILL, John -- BURROUGHS, Charles -- BURROUGHS, George -- BURROUGHS, George Jr. -- BURROUGHS, Jeremiah -- BURROUGHS, Mary -- BURROUGHS, S -- BUSS, Elizabeth -- BUSS, Elizabeth Jr. -- BUSS, John -- BUSS, Mr. -- BUSWELL, FNU (wife of Isaac) -- BUSWELL, Isaac -- BUSWELL, Sarah -- BUSWELL, William -- BUTLER, William -- BUXTON, Elizabeth -- CALEF, Ribert -- CALEY, John -- CAPEN, Joseph -- CAREY, Jonathan -- CAROLL, Hannah -- CARR, Elizabeth -- CARR, George -- CARR, James -- CARR, John -- CARR, Richard -- CARR, William -- CARRIER, Stephen -- CARRIER, Thomas Sr. -- CARROLL, Nathaniel -- CARTER, Martha -- CARY, Capt. Nathaniel -- CARY, Mistress (of Charleston) -- CARY, Nathaniel -- CHANDLER, Bridget -- CHANDLER, Captain -- CHANDLER, Hannah -- CHANDLER, John -- CHANDLER, Phoebe -- CHANDLER, Seargeant -- CHANDLER, Thomas Jr. -- CHANDLER, Thomas Sr. -- CHANDLER, William Jr. -- CHANDLER, William Sr. -- CHAPMAN, Mary -- CHAPMAN, Michael -- CHAPMAN, Simon -- CHECKLEY, Samuel -- CHEEVER, Elizabeth -- CHEEVER, Israel -- CHEEVER, Samuel -- CHINN, John -- CHOAT, Constable -- CHOATE, John -- CHOATE, Thomas -- CHUB, Priscilla -- CLARK, Elizabeth -- CLARK, Humphrey -- CLARK, John -- CLARK, Nathaniel Jr. -- CLARK, Uriah -- CLARKE, Daniel -- CLARKE, Edward -- CLENTON, Lawrence -- CLIFFORD, John -- CLOUGH, FNU (wife of John) -- CLOUGH, FNU (wife of Thomas) -- CLOUGH, John -- CLOUGH, Thomas -- CLOYCE, Peter -- CLUES, William -- COFFIN, James -- COGSWELL, John Jr. -- COGSWELL, John Sr. -- COGSWELL, Jonathan -- COGSWELL, William Jr. -- COGSWELL, William Sr. -- COLBY, Samuel -- COLDUM, Clement -- COLE, Abraham -- COLE, John -- COLEMAN, Sarah -- COLLINGS, Henry -- COLLINS, Benjamin -- COMAN, Richard -- COMAN, William -- CONANT, John -- CONANT, Joshua -- CONNER, FNU (wife of John) -- CONNER, John -- CONNER, Sarah -- CONVERSE, Josiah -- COOK, Elisha -- COOK, Elizabeth -- COOK, Isaac -- COOK, John -- COOLIDGE, Nathaniel -- CORE, Elizabeth -- COREY, Elizabeth -- CORNING, Ens: -- CORWIL, Jonathan -- CORWINE, George -- CORY, Giles -- CORY, Martha -- COX, Hannah -- COX, Mary -- COX, Thomas -- COYES, James -- COYT, Nathaniel -- CUE, Robert -- CUMMINGS, Deacon -- CUMMINGS, Isaac Jr. -- CUMMINGS, Isaac Sr. -- CUMMINGS, John -- CUMMINGS, Mary -- CUNNINGHAM, Andrew -- CURTIOW, John -- CURTIS, William -- CURWEN, I B -- DAGGET, William -- DALIBER, William -- DALLABAR, Samuel -- DALLIVER, Rebecca -- DANE, Francis Jr. -- DANE, Francis Sr. -- DANE, Hannah -- DANE, Joanna -- DANE, Johnson -- DANE, Nathaniel -- DANFORTH, Capt. -- DANIEL, Mary -- DARLING, James -- DASTIN, Lydia -- DAVIS, Ephraim -- DAVIS, John -- DAVIS, Sarah -- DAVIS, Susanna -- DAVIS, Symon -- DAY, FNU (wife of Timothy) -- DAY, Timothy -- DEANE, Daniel -- DEMMON, David -- DENNI, Lawrence -- DENNISON, John -- DERICH, Michall -- DICER, William -- DICKINSON, James -- DIKE, Elwell -- DIKE, Richard -- DIMMOND, Mrs. -- DIX, John -- DODD, Sarah -- DODD, Thomas -- DODGE, Joseph -- DORITCH, John -- DORMAN, Ephraim -- DORMAN, Thomas -- DOWING, Mehitabel -- DOWNER, Robert -- DOWNER, Sarah -- DOWNING, Mehitabel -- DOWTON, William -- DUDLEY, Gvernor -- DUTCH, Martha -- DUTCH, Susanna -- EAMES, Daniell -- EAMES, Dorothy -- EAMES, John -- EAMES, Raborth -- EAMES, Robert -- EASTMAN, Ann -- EASTMAN, Benjamin -- EASTMAN, Elizabeth [Jr.?] -- EASTMAN, Elizabeth [Sr.?] -- EASTMAN, John -- EASTMAN, Mary -- EASTMAN, Nathaniel -- EASTMAN, Roger -- EASTMAN, Samuel -- EASTMAN, Sarah -- EASTY, Benjamin -- EASTY, Isaac Jr. -- EASTY, Isaac Sr. -- EASTY, Jacob -- EASTY, John -- EASTY, Joseph -- EASTY, Joshua -- EASTY, Marah -- EATON, Daniel -- EATON, Ephraim -- EATON, Joseph -- EATON, Josiah -- EATON, Mary -- EATON, Mary Sr. -- EDWARDS, John Sr. -- EDWARDS, Mary -- EDWARDS, Thomas -- ELATSON, Jonathan -- ELIOT, William -- ELLIOT, Andrew -- ELLIOT, Anna -- ELLIOT, Daniel -- ELLIOT, Edmund -- ELLIOT, Francis -- ELLIOTT, Andrew -- ELLIOTT, Daniel -- ELLIS, Francis -- ELLIS, Thomas -- ELWELL, Samuell -- EMERESON, Nathaniel Sr. -- EMERSON, John Jr. -- EMERSON, Joseph -- EMERY, John -- EMERY, John Jr. -- ENDICOTT, Hannah -- ENGLISH, Phillip -- EPES, Daniel -- EULETH, Joseph -- EVANS, Hannah -- EVANS, Thomas -- EVENS, Hannah -- FAINE, Elizabeth -- FAIRFIELD, William -- FARNHAM, Ralph Jr. -- FARNHAM, Ralph Sr. -- FARNUM, John -- FAULKNER, Francis -- FELLOES, Abigail -- FELLOES, Samuel Jr. -- FELLOES, Samuel Sr. -- FELLOWS, John -- FELTON, John -- FELTON, Mary -- FELTON, Nathaniel Jr. -- FELTON, Nathaniel Sr. -- FITCH, Jabez -- FITCH, John -- FITCH, Thomas -- FITTS, Richard -- FLETCHER, Benjamin -- FLETCHER, FNU (wife of Joseph) -- FLETCHER, Joseph -- FLINT, Edward -- FLOYD, Capt. -- FOSDICK, John -- FOSSE, Elizabeth -- FOSSE, Thomas -- FOSTER, Abraham -- FOSTER, Andrew -- FOSTER, Constable -- FOSTER, Ephraim -- FOSTER, Hannah -- FOSTER, Isaac -- FOSTER, Jacob -- FOSTER, John -- FOSTER, Lydia -- FOWLE, Rebecca -- FOWLER, Joseph -- FOX, Hannah -- FOX, Jabez -- FOX, Rebecca -- FRAIL, Samuel -- FRANCES, John -- FRANCES, Stephen -- FREEZE, James -- FRENCH, Abigail -- FRENCH, FNU (wife of Samuel) -- FRENCH, John Sr. -- FRENCH, Joseph -- FRENCH, Mary -- FRENCH, Samuel -- FRIEND, James -- FRY, James -- FRY, John -- FULLER, Elizabeth -- FULLER, James Jr. -- FULLER, John -- FULLER, Joseph -- FULLER, Mary Jr. -- FULLER, Mary Sr. -- FULLER, Nathaniel -- FULLER, Samuel -- FULLER, Thomas Jr. -- FULLER, Thomas Sr. -- FULTON, John -- FURNEAX, David -- GAGE, Josiah -- GAGE, Mary -- GAGE, Sarah -- GAGE, Thomas -- GALE, Ambrose -- GALE, Benjamin -- GALE, Edmong -- GALE, Edmund -- GALE, Goody -- GARDNER, Thomas Jr. -- GASKELL, Edward -- GASKELL, Provided -- GASKELL, Samuel -- GASKIN, Goody -- GAY, Josiah -- GEDNEY, John -- GEDNEY, Susannah -- GERRISH, Benjamin -- GERRISH, Joseph -- GETTCHELL, Elizabeth -- GETTCHELL, Jeremiah -- GIBSON, Samuel -- GIDDING, Samuel -- GIDNEY, Bartholomew -- GIDNEY, Widow -- GILES, Eleasar -- GILES, John -- GILL, Sarah -- GILL, William -- GILLIS, Stephen -- GIVEL, John -- GOLTHITE, Goody -- GOOD, FNU (daughter of Sarah) -- GOOD, Jonathan -- GOODHUGH, William -- GOOKINHOWJAM, Samuel -- GOULD, Benjamin -- GOULD, John -- GOULD, Thomas Sr. -- GOWING, Nathaniel -- GRAVES, Goodwife -- GRAVES, Mark -- GRAVES, Samuel -- GRAY, Robert -- GRAY, Samuel -- GREELEY, Andrew -- GREELEY, Philip -- GREEN, Henry -- GREEN, Joanna -- GREEN, Joseph -- GREEN, Peter -- GREEN, Samuel -- GREEN, Thomas -- GREENOUGH, Robert -- GREENSLIP, James -- GREGORY, Jonas -- GREINSLITT, John -- GREINSLITT, Thomas -- GRELEY, Andrew -- GRELEY, FNU (wife of Andrew) -- GRELEY, FNU (wife of Philip) -- GRELEY, Philip -- GRIGGS, Goody -- GRIGGS, Thomas Jr. -- GRIGS, Doctor -- GROSS, Richard -- GUBBERIDGE, Roger -- HABERFIELDS, William -- HACKET, Sarah -- HADLEY, Deborah -- HAGGAT, Moses -- HALE, The Rev. John -- HALE, Mary -- HALE, Rebecca -- HALE, Thomas -- HALL, John -- HALL, Mrs. -- HALWELL, Sary -- HARDY, Thomas -- HARRIS, Ebineezer -- HARRIS, Hannah -- HARRIS, John -- HARROD, John -- HART, Thomas -- HARTHORN, John -- HARTWELL, Samuel -- HARWOOD, Goodman -- HASELTINE, Abraham -- HATFIELD, Rachel -- HAWKINS, Gamaliel -- HAWKINS, Thomas -- HAYMAN, Samuel -- HAYNES, Thomas -- HEASON, Thomas -- HEATH, Bartholomew -- HEATH, Josiah -- HENDERSON, Elanor -- HENLY, Elias Jr. -- HENRY, Israel -- HEREMAN, Matthew -- HERRICK, George -- HERRICK, John -- HERRICK, Joseph Jr. -- HERRICK, Zachariah -- HERRIMAN, Matthew -- HESLETON, Abraham -- HIGGINSON, John -- HIGGINSTON, Mrs. Sr. -- HILL, Elizabeth -- HILL, Zebulon -- HILLARD, Edward -- HILLS, Samuel -- HINDERSON, Goody -- HINE, William -- HOAR, Abigail -- HOAR, Elizabeth -- HOAR, Joanna -- HOAR, Rebecca -- HOAR, William -- HOBBS, Corey -- HOBBS, James -- HOBBS, Jonathan -- HOBS, Deborah -- HOLBROOKE, Abia Jr. -- HOLLEN, John -- HOLLINGWORTH, William -- HOLT, Henry -- HOLT, Oliver -- HOLT, Samuel -- HOLTON, Benjamin -- HOLTON, Joseph Jr. -- HOLTON, Ruth -- HOOD, Gabriel -- HOOKE, Elizabeth -- HOOKE, William -- HOOPER, Edward -- HOOPER, John -- HOOPER, Thomas -- HOOPER, William -- HORNER, James -- HORTON, John -- HOUGHTON, James -- HOUGHTON, John -- HOVEY, John -- HOW, Abigail -- HOW, Abraham -- HOW, Deborah -- HOW, Isaac -- HOW, James Jr. -- HOW, James Sr. -- HOW, John -- HOW, Martha -- HOW, Mary -- HOW, Sarah -- HOWARD, Nathaniel -- HUBBARD, Martha -- HUBBARD, Richard -- HUBBARD, Thomas -- HUBBARD, William -- HUES, Betty -- HUNKINS, John -- HUNNIWELL, Richard -- HUNT, Nehemiah -- HUNTING, Samuel -- HUTCHINGS, Lewis -- HUTCHINS, Daniel -- HUTCHINS, Samuel -- HUTCHINSON, Elisha -- HUTCHINSON, John -- HUTCHINSON, Lydia -- HUTCHINSON, Thomas -- HUTTON, Richard -- INGERSOLL, Hannah -- INGERSOLL, John -- INGERSOLL, Joseph -- INGERSOLL, Sarah -- INGOLLS, Henry Jr. -- INGOLLS, Henry Sr. -- INGOLLS, John -- INGOLLS, Samuel -- INGRAHAM, Jeremiah -- INGSOLL, Nathaniel -- IRESON, Benjamin -- JACKSON, Doc -- JACKSON, Edward -- JACKSON, Elizabeth -- JACOBS, Mary -- JACOBS, Mrgaret -- JACOBS, Sr. -- JACOBS, Thomas -- JAINE, William -- JARMAN, John -- JENISON, Samuel -- JEWETT, Joseph -- JEWETT, Nehemiah -- JOHNON, Stephen -- JOHNSON, Edward -- JOHNSON, Francis -- JOHNSON, John -- JOHNSON, Mary -- JOHNSON, Thomas Jr. -- JOHNSON, Thomas Sr. -- JOHNSON, Wm. Esq. -- JOIN, Martha -- JONES, Hugh -- JONES, Samuel -- JOYLIFFE, John -- KENT, John Sr. -- KEYSER, Elizer -- KEZER, Hannah -- KIMBALL, John -- KIMBALL, Samuel -- KING, Annis -- KING, Daniel -- KING, John -- KING, Margaret -- KING, Samuel -- KINGSBURY, Joseph -- KNIGHT, Jonathan -- KNIGHT, Joseph -- KNOWLTON, Joseph -- KNOWLTON, Mary -- KNOWLTON, Thomas Jr. -- LACEY, Lawrence -- LAMSON, John -- LANCASTER, Joseph -- LANE, Francis -- LANE, John -- LAPSHORNE, John -- LAROBE, Benjamin -- LAWRENCE, Martha -- LAWRENCE, Mary -- LAWRENCE, Robert -- LAWSON, Ann -- LAWSON, Deodat -- LAWSON, Mister -- LAWSON, Mistress -- LEACH, Sarah -- LEAVER, Thomas -- LEWIS, John -- LEY, John -- LEYTON, Mr. -- LILLY, George -- LILLY, Mary -- LILLY, Ruben -- LITTLE, Isaac -- LITTLE, Joseph -- LOADER, John -- LOCKER, George -- LONG, FNU (wife of Richard) -- LONG, Richard -- LORD, Margaret -- LORD, Robert -- LOUDER, John -- LOVEJOY, Goody -- LOVELL, Alexander -- LOVET, John -- LOVETT, Bethya -- LOVETT, John -- LOVJOY, John -- LOVKIN, Thomas -- LOW, Thomas Sr. -- LOWDEN, James -- LULL, Jno. -- LUNT, Daniel -- LYLLY, George -- MANNING, Jacob -- MANNING, Thomas -- MANNING, William -- MARBLE, Joseph -- MARBLE, Samuel -- MARCH, John -- MARSH, Mary -- MARSH, Priscilla -- MARSH, Samuel -- MARSH, Zachariah -- MARSHALL, Benjamin -- MARSHALL, Edward -- MARSTON, Benjamin -- MARSTON, John -- MARTIN, Richard -- MARTIN, Samuel -- MARTINE, George -- MASCOLL, John -- MASTON, John -- MASTON, Mary -- MAVERICK, Widdow -- MAXFIELD, Elizabeth -- MAXFIELD, John -- MIRRILL, Jacob -- MOODY, Caleb -- MOODY, Daniel -- MOODY, Elizabeth -- MOODY, Hannah -- MOODY, Joshua -- MOODY, Judah -- MOODY, Samuel -- MOREY, Peter -- MOREY, Sarah -- MORGAN, Deborah -- MORGAN, Joseph -- MORGANREEFEM, Sam -- MORRELL, Robert -- MORRILL, Isaac -- MORRILL, Jacob -- MORRILL, Phoebe -- MORRILL, Robert -- MORRILL, Susannah -- MORSE, Benjamin -- MOSS, John -- MOULTON, John -- MOULTON, Martha -- MOULTON, Robert -- MURRAY, William -- MURRELL, Sarah -- NEALE, Jeremiah -- NEALE, John -- NEALE, Joseph -- NEEDHAM, Daniel -- NEEDHAM, FNU -- NELSON, Sgt. Thomas III -- NELSON, Phillip -- NELSON, Sarah -- NEWMAN, Thomas -- NICHOLASSON, Edmond -- NICHOLLS, Isaac -- NICHOLS, Elizabeth -- NICHOLS, John -- NICHOLSON, Elizabeth -- NORCROSS, Richard -- NORRIS, Edward -- NORTON, John -- NOTTINGHAM, Earl of -- NOYES, Nicholas -- NOYES, Thomas -- NURSE, Benjamin -- NURSE, Frances -- NURSE, Francis -- NURSE, John -- NURSE, Rebeccah -- NURSE, Samuel Jr. -- NURSE, Samuel Sr. -- NURSE, Sarah -- OLDHAM, John -- OLIVER, Goodman -- ORDWAY, James -- ORDWAY, John -- ORDWAY, Samuel -- OSBORNE, Hanah -- OSBORNE, Hannah -- OSBORNE, William -- OSBOURNE, Alexander -- OSBOURNE, Sarah -- OSGOOD, Abigail -- OSGOOD, Christopher -- OSGOOD, Ezekiel -- OSGOOD, Hooker -- OSGOOD, John -- OSGOOD, Peter -- OSGOOD, Samuel -- OSGOOD, Stephen -- OSGOOD, Timothy -- OSGOOD, William -- PAGE, FNU (wife of Onesiphris) -- PAGE, Joseph -- PAGE, Onesiphris -- PAINE, Robert -- PAINE, Stephen -- PARKER, John -- PARKER, Joseph -- PARKER, Sarah -- PARKER, Stephen -- PAROTT, Sarah -- PARRIS, Elizabeth Jr. -- PARRIS, Elizabeth Sr. -- PARTREDG, John -- PASQUE, Margery -- PASSANAUTON, Samuel -- PATCH, Richard -- PAYNE, Robert -- PAYSON, Edward -- PEACH, Bernard -- PEASE, Robert -- PENEY, Thomas -- PENGERY, John -- PERKINS, Abraham -- PERKINS, Isaac -- PERKINS, Jacob Jr. -- PERKINS, Matthew -- PERKINS, Nathaniel -- PERKINS, William -- PERKINS, Zacheus -- PERLEY, Deborah -- PERLEY, John -- PERLEY, Ruth -- PERLEY, Samuel -- PERLEY, Timothy -- PERRY, Goodman -- PERSONS, James -- PETERS, Andrew -- PETERS, Mary -- PETERS, Samuel -- PETERS, William -- PHELPS, Richard -- PHELPS, Samuel -- PHILLIPS, Margaret -- PHILLIPS, Samuel -- PHILLIPS, Sarah -- PHILLIPS, Tabitha -- PHILLIPS, Timothy -- PHILLIPS, Walter Sr. -- PHIPPEN, Joseph Jr. -- PHIPPS, Samuel -- PHIPPS, Spencer -- PHIPPS, William -- PHIPS, William -- PICKARD, John -- PICKERING, Alice -- PICKMAN, Lydia -- PICKWORTH, Samuel -- PIERCE, John -- PIERCE, Thomas -- PIERSON, John -- PIKE, John -- PIKE, Joseph -- PIKE, Martha -- PIKE, Moses -- PIKE, Robert -- PITFORD, Peter -- PITMAN, Charity -- PLATTS, Jonathan -- POOR, Daniel -- POPE, Joseph -- PORTER, Benjamin -- PORTER, Elizabeth -- PORTER, Israel -- PORTER, John -- PORTER, Lydia -- POTTER, Robert Sr. -- POWNING, Daniel -- PRATTS, Mr. -- PRENTICE, Thomas -- PRESCOTT, Jonathan -- PRESSEY, John -- PRESSEY, Mary -- PRESTON, John -- PRESTON, Rebecca -- PRESTON, Samuel -- PRESTON, Samuel Jr. -- PRESTON, Sarah -- PRESTON, Thomas -- PRINCE, Thomas -- PRITCHARD, John -- PRITCHETT, John -- PROCTOR, John Sr. -- PROCTOR, Joseph -- PROCTOR, Thorndike -- PUTNAM, Anna -- PUTNAM, Benjamin -- PUTNAM, Edward -- PUTNAM, Ely -- PUTNAM, Hannah -- PUTNAM, John Jr. -- PUTNAM, John Sr. -- PUTNAM, Jonathan -- PUTNAM, Joseph -- PUTNAM, Lydia -- PUTNAM, Nathaniel -- PUTNAM, Rebecca -- PUTNAM, Sarah (wife of Benjamin) -- PUTNAM, Thomas Jr. -- PUTNAME, Jonathan -- PUTNEY, John Jr. -- RAY, Caleb -- RAY, Samuel -- RAYMENT, William Jr. -- RAYMENT, William Sr. -- REA, Daniel -- REA, Hepzibah -- REA, Joshua Jr. -- REA, Joshua Sr. -- REA, Samuel -- REA, Sarah -- READ, Elizabeth -- READ, George -- REDDINGTON, Abraham Sr. -- REDDINGTON, John -- REDDINGTON, Margaret -- REDDINGTON, Mary -- REDDINGTON, Sarah -- REDNAP, Benjamin -- REED, Christopher -- REED, Richard -- REED, Samuel -- REED, Wilmot -- REED, Wilmott -- REMINGTON, Jonathan -- RICE, Nicholas -- RICE, Walter -- RICH, Thomas -- RICHARDSON, Mary -- RICHARDSON, Nathaniel -- RIGGS, John -- RIGGS, Thomas -- RIGHT, John -- RING, Hannah -- RING, Jarvis -- RING, Joseph -- RING, Jospeh -- RING, Margaret -- RING, Thomas -- RITE, Elizabeth -- ROBERTS, Ephraim -- ROBINSON, Deane -- ROBINSON, John -- ROBINSON, Joseph -- ROBINSON, Phoebe -- ROE, Abigail -- ROE, Hugh -- ROGERS, John -- ROGORS, Sarah -- ROLFE, Benjamin -- ROULSTON, John -- RUCK, Elizabeth -- RUCK, John -- RUCK, Samuel -- RUCK, Thomas -- RUSSELL, James -- RUSSELL, Joseph -- RUSSELL, Mary -- RUSSELL, Robert -- RUSSELL, William -- RUST, Hanneh -- SAFFORD, Goody -- SAFFORD, Joseph -- SALINSTON, Mr. -- SAMSON, John -- SANDERS, James -- SARGENT, Peter -- SCARGEN, Elizabeth -- SCOTTOW, Capt. -- SEARGEANT, Mary -- SEARGEANT, William -- SEARGENTS, Ed -- SEARS, John -- SERLES, John -- SEVERANCE, Ephraim -- SEVERANCE, FNU (wife of Nathaniel) -- SEVERANCE, Lydia -- SEVERANCE, Nathaniel -- SEVERANCE, Susannah -- SEVERANS, FNU (wife of Nathaniel) -- SEVERANS, Lydia -- SEVERANS, Nathaniel -- SEVERANS, Susannah -- SHAFLIN, Widow -- SHAFLING, Lawrence -- SHAPLEY, David -- SHARPE, John -- SHARPE, Rebecca -- SHATTUCK, Samuel -- SHATTUCK, Sarah -- SHAW, Deborah -- SHAW, Elizabeth -- SHAW, Goody -- SHELBY, John -- SHEPHERD, Faith -- SHEPHERD, Mr. -- SHEPHERD, Rebecca -- SHEPHERD, Sarah -- SHERRING, John -- SHILLETON, Robert -- SHORT, Henry -- SIMMS, Mrs. -- SLUE, Leonard -- SLUE, Tabitha -- SMALL, Anne -- SMALL, John -- SMALL, Stepherd -- SMITH, FNU (wife of Richard) -- SMITH, George -- SMITH, James -- SMITH, Richard -- SMITH, Samuel -- SOMERS, Henry -- SOMES, John -- SOUGHTON, William -- SPARK, John -- SPARKS, Henry -- SPRING, Henry -- SPRING, John -- STACEY, John -- STACY, William -- STANIAN, Mary -- STANYON, John -- STANYON, Mary -- STARLING, William -- STEPHENS, Anna -- STEPHENS, Benjamin -- STEPHENS, Sarah -- STERNEST, Isaac -- STEVENS, Benjamin -- STEVENS, Dorothy -- STEVENS, Elizabeth -- STEVENS, Ephraim -- STEVENS, FNU (wife of Nathaniel) -- STEVENS, Hannah -- STEVENS, James -- STEVENS, Joanna -- STEVENS, John -- STEVENS, Joseph -- STEVENS, Nathaniel -- STEVENS, Sarah -- STEVENS, William -- STONE, John -- STONE, Robert Jr. -- STONE, Robert Sr. -- STONE, Samuel -- STONE, Simon -- STONE, William -- STORY, Seth -- STORY, William -- SWAIN, Jeremiah -- SWAN, John -- SWAN, Robert -- SWAN, Timothy -- SWIFT, FNU -- SWINNERTON, Esther -- SWINNERTON, Job -- SYMMES, Thomas -- SYMMES, Zechariah -- SYMONDS, Benjamin -- SYMONDS, Elizabeth -- TAPLEY, Gilbert -- TAPPAN, Judith -- TARBELL, John -- TARBELL, Mary -- TARR, Richard -- TAY, Isaiah -- TAYLOR, Mary -- TAYLOR, Sebread -- TEMPLE, Abraham -- THATCHER, Mrs. -- THATCHER, Samuel -- THOMAS, Elias -- THOMAS, Elizabeth -- THOMAS, Peter -- THOMSON, James -- THOMSON, William -- THORNBORO, James -- THORNE, Mary -- THRESHOW, Frances -- TINGLEY, Thomas -- TITCOMB, Benayah -- TOMKINS, John -- TOMSON, John -- TONGUE, FNU (wife of Steven) -- TONGUE, Steven -- TONWSEND, Penn -- TOOTHAKER, Allen -- TOOTHAKER, Jerson -- TOWN, Samuel -- TOWN, William -- TOWNE, Elizabeth -- TOWNE, Jacob -- TOWNE, Margaret -- TOWNE, Mary -- TOWNES, Edmond -- TRASK, John -- TRUE, FNU (wife of Joseph) -- TRUE, Henry -- TRUE, Jane -- TRUE, Joseph -- TRUE, Samuel -- TRUMBULL, Joseph -- TUCK, John -- TUCK, Joseph -- TUCK, Rachel -- TUCK, Thomas -- TUCKER, Benony -- TUCKER, Ebenezer -- TUCKER, FNU (wife of Meres (Moses?)) -- TUCKER, Meres (Moses?) -- TUCKEY, Job -- TUFTS, Peter -- TURNER, John -- TYLER, Hopestill -- TYLER, Johanna -- TYLER, Joseph -- TYLER, Moses -- VARNEY, Thomas -- VARNUM, Samuel -- VERY, Elizabeth -- VIBBER, Sarah -- VINCENT, Widow -- WADE, Captain -- WADE, Thomas -- WALDON, Abigail -- WALDON, Elizabeth -- WALDON, Nathaniel -- WALKER, Benjamin -- WALKER, Richard -- WALKER, Samuel -- WALTHON, John -- WALTHON, Rebecca -- WARDWELL, Eliakin -- WARDWELL, Elizabeth -- WARDWELL, Samuel Jr. -- WARDWELL, William -- WARNER, Daniel -- WARNER, John -- WARNER, Sarah -- WARREN, Elizabeth -- WATER, Nathaniel -- WATERS, John Sr. -- WATKINS, Mary -- WATSON, FNU (wife of John) -- WATSON, John -- WAY, Aaron -- WAY, Richard -- WAY, William -- WEBBER, Mary -- WEBBER, Samuel -- WEBBS, Mr. -- WELCH, Hannah -- WELCH, Phelan -- WELCH, Thomas -- WELD, Edward -- WELLMAN, Abraham -- WELLMAN, Abrraham -- WELLMAN, Elizabeth -- WELLMAN, Isaac -- WELLS, Mr. -- WENTWORTH, Samuel -- WEST, Tom -- WESTGATE, John -- WESTGATE, Thomas -- WESTON, John -- WHEAT, Goody -- WHEELWRIGHT, Mr. -- WHIPPLE, John -- WHIPPLE, Matthew -- WHITE, James -- WHITE, Judah -- WHITE, Philip -- WHITE, Sarah -- WHITENAME, Samuel -- WHITING, Samuel -- WHITTER, Mary -- WHITTER, Nathanial -- WILDS, Ephraim -- WILDS, John -- WILFORD, Faulkner -- WILKINS, David -- WILKINS, Lydia -- WILLARD, Benjamin -- WILLARD, Hannah -- WILLARD, Margaret -- WILLARD, Samuel -- WILLARD, Simon -- WILLIAMS, John -- WILLIAMS, Margery -- WILLIAMS, Nathanael -- WILLINGTON, Benjamin -- WILLIS, Stephen -- WILSON, Jno. -- WILSON, Joseph -- WINSLEY, Ephraim -- WINSLEY, Mary -- WISE, John -- WITT, John -- WOOD, John -- WOOD, Josiah -- WOODBERRY, Andrew -- WOODBURY, Abigail -- WOODMAN, Joshua -- WOODS, Samuel -- WOODS, William -- WOOLAND, Edward -- WOOLINGS, Jane -- WORMALL, William -- WORMWOOD, Capt. -- WORMWOOD, Jacob -- WORWOOD, William -- WRIGHT, Elizabeth -- WRIGHT, John -- WRIGHT, Walter -- WYCOM, Frances -- WYCOMB, Daniel -- WYCOMB, Frances -- WYLLYS, Edward -- WYMAN, Johnathan
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