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ID Short Description & Text Name Preferred Name Person Type
62

She is a fourteen-year old girl from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London described as a Maidservant of Mr. Freeland who works for him on Petticoat lane, a street in East London. She was suspected of bewitching her master's goods, so that they flew, windows were broken, and beer lost. She was fired and searched for witch's marks; protuberances in the "likeness of Warts (I will not say duggs) very flesh and red" were found. (4)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 4

Maid Servant Anonymous 1 Witch
502

A man from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London, described as a brewer, who is respected in his community, whose maidservant is thought to have bewitched his property when he attempted to dismiss her.(3-4)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 3-4

Freeland Mr. Freeland Victim
502

A man from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London, described as a brewer, who is respected in his community, whose maidservant is thought to have bewitched his property when he attempted to dismiss her.(3-4)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 3-4

Freeland Mr. Freeland Witness
503

A man from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London, whose head is badly gashed by a magically flying pitcher while he sits in Mr. Freeland's drinking room.(5)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 5

Rowland Bennet Rowland Bennet Victim
503

A man from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London, whose head is badly gashed by a magically flying pitcher while he sits in Mr. Freeland's drinking room.(5)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 5

Rowland Bennet Rowland Bennet Witness
504

A woman from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London, described as the wife of Mr. Freeland, a brewer, who went after a looking glass which had mysteriously flown out the window into the yard, put it on the dresser, with a dish on it to hold it down. The dish trembled and took flight.(5)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 5

Freeland Mrs. Freeland Victim
504

A woman from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London, described as the wife of Mr. Freeland, a brewer, who went after a looking glass which had mysteriously flown out the window into the yard, put it on the dresser, with a dish on it to hold it down. The dish trembled and took flight.(5)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 5

Freeland Mrs. Freeland Witness
505

A man from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London, described as a brewer-servant, (Anonymous 57), who witnesses Freeland's beer overflow. He testifies to the author that there was little he could do to slow or stop the flood.(4-5)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 4-5

Anonymous 57 Witness
528

A person from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London, described as a laborer who is hit in the back with pieces of tile and brick while working in Mr. Freeland's yard; the objects were thrown by an unknown force.(4)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 4

Anonymous 59 Witness
528

A person from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London, described as a laborer who is hit in the back with pieces of tile and brick while working in Mr. Freeland's yard; the objects were thrown by an unknown force.(4)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 4

Anonymous 59 Victim
529

A person from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London, described as a labourer who is hit in the back with peices of tile and brick while working in Mr. Freeland's yard; the objects were thrown by an unknown force.(4)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 4

Anonymous 60 Victim
529

A person from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London, described as a labourer who is hit in the back with peices of tile and brick while working in Mr. Freeland's yard; the objects were thrown by an unknown force.(4)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 4

Anonymous 60 Witness
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A woman from the Petticoat Lane area of London in the county of Greater London, described as one of a group of women who searches the fourteen year old maid (Anonymous 1) for witch's marks. They find marks not unlike warts that are "very flesh and red" under her armpits.(6)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Shee-devil of Petticoat-Lane, or, A True and Perfect Relation of a Sad Accident which Befel Mr. Freeland. London: 1666, 6

Anonymous 186 Witch-Searcher