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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
187

Mary/Ann Foster allegedly mutters "You had been better let me have it, for you shall have more Mutton shortly lye upon your hands then you know what to do with" after Joseph Weedon refuses to sell her mutton for the price she offered.(4)

Appears in:
Anonymous. Relation of the Most Remarkable Proceedings at the late Assizes at Northampton. London: 1674, 4

1674   Eastcote  Northamptonshire  Northamptonshire  England 
1552

Joseph Weedon's neighbours suspicions are confirmed when Mary/Ann Foster comes to Joseph Weedon's barn fire, and "thereupon laying hands on this suspected witch," carry her before the next Justice of the Peace.(6)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Full and True Relation of the Tryal, Condemnation, and Execution of Ann Foster. London: 1674, 6

1674   Eastcote  Northamptonshire  Northamptonshire  England 
1558

Once incarcerated in the Northampton Goal, Mary/Ann Foster is chained to a post. Her body swells up, and she is forced to be unchained, giving her more opportunity to allow the Devil to come and suck from her body.(6-7)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Full and True Relation of the Tryal, Condemnation, and Execution of Ann Foster. London: 1674, 6-7

1674 Eastcote  Pattishall  Northamptonshire  Northampton  England 
1559

The Devil comes at night in the form of a rat, in order to suck on Ann Foster, causing a "most lamentable and hideous noise which affrighted the people that did belong to the Goal."(7)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Full and True Relation of the Tryal, Condemnation, and Execution of Ann Foster. London: 1674, 7

1674 Eastcote  Pattishall  Northamptonshire  Northampton  England 
1560

Ann Foster is put on trial, where she at first pleads not-guilty, "but it being so evidently proved that she was the person that had committed al those things before mentioned, she then confessed," all of which she accomplished with the help of the Devil.(7)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Full and True Relation of the Tryal, Condemnation, and Execution of Ann Foster. London: 1674, 7

1674 Northamptonshire  Northampton  Northamptonshire  Northamptonshire  England 
1562

Ann Foster bewitches the farmer Joseph Weedon's horses and his other cattle.(Cover)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Full and True Relation of the Tryal, Condemnation, and Execution of Ann Foster. London: 1674, Cover

1674   Eastcote  Northamptonshire  Northamptonshire  England