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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
106

Anne Ashby confesses to accepting a piece of sinewy and scorched flesh from the Devil which, when touched, affects people's desires. This piece of flesh is observed by E. G. Gent and put on display.()

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

1652 Cranbrook  Cranbrooke  Kent  Kent  England 
107

Anne Martyn, just after judgment had been passed on her, confesses that she is pregnant by the devil.(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 Cranbrook  Cranbrooke  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 
1839

Elizabeth Scott is accused by Samuel Bradshaw, Mary Colman, and Anne Butler of using witchcraft to murder John Colman. Colman languished for a week and then died.(147)

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

1679, April 25 Cranbrook  Cranbrooke  Kent  Kent  England