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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
108

Mary Brown is hanged for being a witch, in Maidstone on July 30, 1652.(6)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 6

1652, July 30 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
109

Mildred Wright is hanged for being a witch, in Maidstone on July 30, 1652.(6)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 6

1652, July 30 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
110

Anne Wilson is hanged for being a witch, in Maidstone on July 30, 1652.(6)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 6

1652, July 30 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
111

Mary Read is hanged for being a witch, in Maidstone on July 30, 1652.(6)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 6

1652, July 30 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
318

Anne Martyn is hanged for being a witch in Maidstone on 30 July, 1652.(6)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 6

1652, July 30 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
319

Anne Ashby is hanged in for being a witch in Maidstone on 30 July,1652.(6)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 6

1652, July 30 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
406

Margaret Mere of Maidstone, Kent on 23 October, 1568 gives birth to a monstrous and deformed child that lives for twenty-three hours and then dies.(1)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Forme and Shape of a Monstrous Child, Borne at Maydstone in Kent. London: 1568, 1

1568, October 23 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
885

A Justice of the Peace who presides over the examination, trial, and condemnation of Anne Ashby, Anne Martyn, Mary Browne, Mildred Wright, Anne Wilson, and Dr. Gresham on Friday 30 July, 1652.(1)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 1

1652, July 30 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
888

Mary Browne, Anne Wilson, or Mildred Wright (the author is uncertain) is tested with a pin; she neither felt the prick nor did she bleed.(5)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 5

1652, July 30 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
890

"Some people" claim that burning witches prevents witchcraft from becoming hereditary.(5)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 5

1652, July 30 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
891

Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson allegedly bewitch a child through image magic by creating a wax representation of the child and burying it under the threshold, causing it to languish for an extended period. (6)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 6

1652, July Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
892

Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson are tied to the bewitchment of nine children and two adults, (allegedly done through witchcraft).(6)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 6

1652 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
893

Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson are tied to the loss of cattle, valued at 500 pounds, (allegedly done through witchcraft).(6)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 6

1652, July Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
894

Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson are tied to the loss of corn at sea (allegedly done through witchcraft).(6)

Appears in:
E.G., Gent.. A Prodigious & Tragic History of the Arraignment, Trial, Confession, and Condemnation of Six Witches at Maidston Kent. London: 1652, 6

1652, July Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1801

Anne Neale is indicted at the Assize in Maidstone, Kent before Sergeant Francis Pemberton and Thomas Twisden as well as a grand jury composed of seventeen people for allegedly bewitching Elizabeth Morgan, a 6-week old infant, so that she languished and died. The charge is brought forward by Jane Haselby.()

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997,

1676, March 14 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1802

Anne Neale's indictment in the case of the baby Elizabeth Morgan does not proceed as the grand jury claims there is not enough evidence. (3-16)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 3-16

1676, March 14 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1805

Anne Neale is indicted at the Assizes in Maidstone, Kent before Thomas Twisden and Sergeant Francis Pemberton and a grand jury of 17 people for bewitching William Eason so that he languished for a week and then died. The charge is brought forward by Walter Nynn.(3-16)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 3-16

1676, March 14 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1806

Anne Neale's indictment in the case of William Eason does not proceed as the grand jury claims there is not enough evidence. (3-16)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 3-16

1676, March 14 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1808

Anne Neale is indicted at the Assize in Maidstone, Kent before Sergeant Francis Pemberton and Thomas Twisden as well as a grand jury composed of seventeen people for allegedly bewitching Walter Warren so that he languished for three months and then died. The charge is brought forward by Thomas Warren.(3-16)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 3-16

1676, March 14 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1809

Anne Neale's indictment in the case of Walter Warren does not proceed as the grand jury claims there is not enough evidence. (3-16)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 3-16

1676, March 14 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1819

Mary Foster is indicted at the Maidstone assizes in Kent before judges William Ellis and Francis Pemberton as well as a trial jury for allegedly bewitching Michael Jordan so that his body became " greatly wasted and consumed." (87-91)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 87-91

1679, July 29 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1820

Mary Foster is found not guilty by judges Francis Pemberton and William Ellis as well as a grand jury of bewitching Michael Jordan. (87-91)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 87-91

1679, July 29 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1833

Thomas Whiteing is indicted at the Maidstone Assizes in Kent before judges Francis Pemberton and Job Charlton as well as a trial jury for allegedly bewitching Sarah Curtis. (150-157)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 150-157

1682, March 13 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1834

Thomas Whiteing's indictment in the case of Sarah Curtis does not proceed as the grand jury claims there is not enough evidence. (150-157)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 150-157

1682, March 13 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1837

Elizabeth Scott is indicted at the Assizes in Maidstone before Francis Pemberton and Job Charlton as well as a trial jury for allegedly murdering John Colman by use of witchcraft.(141-147)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 141-147

1681, July 26 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1838

Elizabeth Scott's indictment in the case of John Colman does not proceed as the grand jury claims there is not enough evidence. (141-147)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 141-147

1681, July 26 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1879

Anne Blundy is indicted before Richard Weston and Edward Lancelot Lee for allegedly using witchcraft on Mary Griffin so that she languished for two days and then died. (135-137)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 135-137

1681, March 15 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1881

Anne Blundy is found not guilty of using witchcraft to murder Mary Griffin. (135-137)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 135-137

1681, March 15 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
1966

James Watts is indicted at the assizes at Maidstone before Thomas Twisden and Timothy Littleton for allegedly bewitching Anne Huggins so that her body became "wasted and consumed."(58-65)

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997, 58-65

1678, March 11 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England 
2070

James Watts is found not guilty of bewitching Anne Huggins so that her body became "wasted and consumed."()

Appears in:
Cockburn, J.S.. Calendar of Assize records: Kent indictments, Charles II, 1676-1688. Great Britain: 1997,

1678, March 11 Maidstone    Kent  Kent  England