Go back
11 records returned.

List of all Event assertions around a specific date

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 
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 
886

Ann Ashby allegedly 'swell'd into a monstrous and vast bigness' (like false pregnancy) in court, claiming that she was possessed by her spirit Rug. This was witness by E. G. Gent.(4, 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, 4, 5

1652, July 30 Cranbrook  Cranbrooke  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 
889

Mary Read of Lenham allegedly has a witch's mark under her tongue which she shows to many, including E. G. Gent.(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 Lenham  Lenham  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