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Assertions for a specific being.

Name Description Original Text
BeelzebubA familiar from Keyston in the County of Huntingdon, which Mary Darnell claimed belonged to Elizabeth Chandler and had caused her furmity to boil over even after removed from the fire. Chandler denied having any familiars, though she added "she did call a logg of wood Beelzebub, and a sticke Trullibub"The Examination of Elizabeth Chandler of Keiston, Widow, taken the seventh day of Aprill, 1646. before Robert Bernart and Nicholas Pedley Esquires, two of his Majesties Justices of the Peace for this County. [...] Being demanded whether she had not two Imps resorted to her, and that she named the same, calling the one Beelzebub, & the other Trullibub: She denyeth the same, only saith she did call a logg of wood Beelzebub, and a sticke Trullibub.

Appears in:
Davenport, John. The Witches of Huntingdon. London: 1646, 7, 8