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ID Short Description & Text Name Preferred Name Person Type
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A man from Chipping Campden in the county of Gloucestershire, described as the original steward of Lady Powell who himself claims is a gardener and herb distiller. He is allegedly robbed and murdered by Widow Perry and her sons (Anonymous 92 and Anonymous 93). In truth, Harrison is not murdered, but spends years in Turkey and Portugal before finally returning home; the townspeople believe his absence is the product of witchcraft.(4-5)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Power of Witchcraft being a Most Strange but True Relation of the Most Miraculous and Wonderful Deliverance of One Mr. William Harrison. London: 1662, 4-5

William Harrison William Harrison Victim
220

A man from Chipping Campden in the county of Gloucestershire, described as the original steward of Lady Powell who himself claims is a gardener and herb distiller. He is allegedly robbed and murdered by Widow Perry and her sons (Anonymous 92 and Anonymous 93). In truth, Harrison is not murdered, but spends years in Turkey and Portugal before finally returning home; the townspeople believe his absence is the product of witchcraft.(4-5)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Power of Witchcraft being a Most Strange but True Relation of the Most Miraculous and Wonderful Deliverance of One Mr. William Harrison. London: 1662, 4-5

William Harrison William Harrison Witness
284

A woman from Chipping Campden in the county of Gloucestershire, described as a widow who along with her sons (Anonymous 92 and Anonymous 93), allegedly rob and murder William Harrison. Perry is brought to trial on these accusations, found guilty, and executed by hanging. Before her execution, Widow Perry predicts that William Harrison will return in seven years time, a prophecy which comes to pass.(5-6)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Power of Witchcraft being a Most Strange but True Relation of the Most Miraculous and Wonderful Deliverance of One Mr. William Harrison. London: 1662, 5-6

Widow Perry Widow Perry Witch
284

A woman from Chipping Campden in the county of Gloucestershire, described as a widow who along with her sons (Anonymous 92 and Anonymous 93), allegedly rob and murder William Harrison. Perry is brought to trial on these accusations, found guilty, and executed by hanging. Before her execution, Widow Perry predicts that William Harrison will return in seven years time, a prophecy which comes to pass.(5-6)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Power of Witchcraft being a Most Strange but True Relation of the Most Miraculous and Wonderful Deliverance of One Mr. William Harrison. London: 1662, 5-6

Widow Perry Widow Perry Co-conspirator
685

A boy from Gloucester in the county of Gloucestershire, described as the son of Widow Perry who, along with his mother and brother (Anonymous 93), allegedly robs and murders William Harrison. Anonymous 92 is brought to trial on these accusations, found guilty, and executed by hanging. (5-6)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Power of Witchcraft being a Most Strange but True Relation of the Most Miraculous and Wonderful Deliverance of One Mr. William Harrison. London: 1662, 5-6

Anonymous 92 Co-conspirator
685

A boy from Gloucester in the county of Gloucestershire, described as the son of Widow Perry who, along with his mother and brother (Anonymous 93), allegedly robs and murders William Harrison. Anonymous 92 is brought to trial on these accusations, found guilty, and executed by hanging. (5-6)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Power of Witchcraft being a Most Strange but True Relation of the Most Miraculous and Wonderful Deliverance of One Mr. William Harrison. London: 1662, 5-6

Anonymous 92 Witch
686

A boy from Gloucester in the county of Gloucestershire, described as the son of Widow Perry and servant of William Harrison who, along with his mother and brother (Anonymous 93), allegedly robs and murders William Harrison. Anonymous 93 is brought to trial on these accusations, found guilty, and executed by hanging from chains; his body is left on display after death for others to see. (5-7)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Power of Witchcraft being a Most Strange but True Relation of the Most Miraculous and Wonderful Deliverance of One Mr. William Harrison. London: 1662, 5-7

Anonymous 93 Witch
686

A boy from Gloucester in the county of Gloucestershire, described as the son of Widow Perry and servant of William Harrison who, along with his mother and brother (Anonymous 93), allegedly robs and murders William Harrison. Anonymous 93 is brought to trial on these accusations, found guilty, and executed by hanging from chains; his body is left on display after death for others to see. (5-7)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Power of Witchcraft being a Most Strange but True Relation of the Most Miraculous and Wonderful Deliverance of One Mr. William Harrison. London: 1662, 5-7

Anonymous 93 Co-conspirator