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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
75

Hellen Jenkenson is found guilty of bewitching a child to death and hanged at Northampton Gaol on July 22, 1611. She denies the accusations against her to the last, insisting "she was to die an Innocent, I thinke as Innocent as the rest."(Title Page)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Witches of Northampton-shire. Agnes Browne. Joane Vaughan. Arthur Bill. Hellen Jenkenson. Mary Barber. London: 1612, Title Page

1611, July 22 Eastcote  Pattishall  Northamptonshire  Northampton  England 
76

Mary Barber is found guilty of bewitching a man to death, and is hanged at Northampton Gaol on July 22, 1611.(Title Page)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Witches of Northampton-shire. Agnes Browne. Joane Vaughan. Arthur Bill. Hellen Jenkenson. Mary Barber. London: 1612, Title Page

1611, July 22 Eastcote  Pattishall  Northamptonshire  Northampton  England 
1061

Agnes Brown and Joan Vaughan are executed on July 22, 1611 for bewitching Master Avery and Mistress Belcher, and for bewitching a child to death. Both maintain their innocence until the end.(B2)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Witches of Northampton-shire. Agnes Browne. Joane Vaughan. Arthur Bill. Hellen Jenkenson. Mary Barber. London: 1612, B2

1611, July 22 Eastcote  Pattishall  Northamptonshire  Northampton  England 
2360

Arthur Bill is executed for witchcraft on July 22, 1611. He continues to insist on his innocence to the end.(Title Page)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Witches of Northampton-shire. Agnes Browne. Joane Vaughan. Arthur Bill. Hellen Jenkenson. Mary Barber. London: 1612, Title Page

1611, July 22 Eastcote  Pattishall  Northamptonshire  Northampton  England