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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
26

Joan Pechey is accused by Ales Hunt of being skilfull and cunning in witchery.(A4-A4v)

Appears in:
W., W. . A True and Just Record, of the Information, Examination and Confession of all the Witches, taken at S. Osyth in the county of Essex. London: 1582, A4-A4v

1582, February 25   St. Osyth; St. Ofes; St. Oses  Essex  Essex  England 
100

Margery Sammon confesses to taking two spirits from her mother.(47)

Appears in:
W., W. . A True and Just Record, of the Information, Examination and Confession of all the Witches, taken at S. Osyth in the county of Essex. London: 1582, 47

1582, February 25   St. Osyth; St. Ofes; St. Oses  Essex  Essex  England 
561

Thomas Rabbet accused Ales Newman allegedly sends two familiars, one to kill Johnson and one to plague his wife.(11)

Appears in:
W., W. . A True and Just Record, of the Information, Examination and Confession of all the Witches, taken at S. Osyth in the county of Essex. London: 1582, 11

1582, February 25   St. Osyth; St. Ofes; St. Oses  Essex  Essex  England 
564

Febey Hunt says that her mother-in-law, Ales Hunt, has two familiars she describes as "little thinges like horses, the one white, the other blacke, the which shee kept in a litle lowe earthen pot with woll, colour white and blacke: and that they stoode in her chamber by her bed side, and saith, that shee hath seene her mother to feede them with milke out of a blacke trening dishe, things that are like horses which she keeps in an earthen pot."(14)

Appears in:
W., W. . A True and Just Record, of the Information, Examination and Confession of all the Witches, taken at S. Osyth in the county of Essex. London: 1582, 14

1582, February 25   St. Osyth; St. Ofes; St. Oses  Essex  Essex  England 
569

Margery Sammon is accused of having inherited her deceased mother, Mother Barnes' familiars. Sammon first confesses to returned home to care for her mother for the six months before her death, but she both denies that she had "any spirites of her sayd Mother, or that her mother had any to her knowledge." Having been pulled aside by her sister Ales Hunt, Sammon later confesses to have received two familiars, Tom and Robbyn, from her mother on the day she died.(C4-C4v)

Appears in:
W., W. . A True and Just Record, of the Information, Examination and Confession of all the Witches, taken at S. Osyth in the county of Essex. London: 1582, C4-C4v

1582, February 25   St. Osyth; St. Ofes; St. Oses  Essex  Essex  England