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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
2533

Peter Chaddock gives deposition on July 12, 1612 before Justice of the Peace Sir Thomas Gerrard. In his deposition, he alleges that Isabel Robey was displeased with his choice of wife prior to his marriage, that he called her a witch, and that he told her did not care for her. Two days later, he was struck by a pain in his bones. He claims Thomas Lyon was also afflicted when he joined Chaddock on a trip, but both soon mended.(T3)

Appears in:
Potts, Thomas. The Wonderfull Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster. London: 1613, T3

1612, July 12 Windle    Lancashire  Lancaster  England 
2534

Peter Chaddock alleges in his deposition that, four years before, his wife argued with Isabel Robey; later the same day, he was working in the hay and became afflicted with a stiffness and pain in his neck. Over the next five days, he also developed a fever and thirst, but could not drink. He sent for his friend James to pray for him, which allowed him to drink again, and was soon mended thereafter.(T3-T3v)

Appears in:
Potts, Thomas. The Wonderfull Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster. London: 1613, T3-T3v

1608 Windle    Lancashire  Lancaster  England 
2535

Peter Chaddock alleged during his examination that on Lady Day in Lent the year before, he became "sore pained with great warch in his bones, and all his limmes, and so yet continueth." He claims that Isabel Robey is directly responsible for his pains.(T3-T3v)

Appears in:
Potts, Thomas. The Wonderfull Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster. London: 1613, T3-T3v

1611, March 25 Windle    Lancashire  Lancaster  England 
2536

Jane Wilkinson gives deposition before Justice of the Peace Sir Thomas Gerrard. In her deposition, she alleges that Isabel Robey once asked her for milk, and she refused. Wilkinson became afraid of Robey thereafter, and became sick and so pained she could not stand. (T4)

Appears in:
Potts, Thomas. The Wonderfull Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster. London: 1613, T4

1612, July 12 Windle    Lancashire  Lancaster  England 
2537

Jane Wilkison alleges in her deposition that the day after she refused to give Isabel Robey some milk, she left home to travel to Warrington, but was "suddenly pinched on her Thigh as shee thought, with foure fingers & a Thumbe twice together, and thereupon was sicke." She was forced to return home on horseback, and mended soon after.(T4)

Appears in:
Potts, Thomas. The Wonderfull Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster. London: 1613, T4

1612, July 12 Windle    Lancashire  Lancaster  England 
2538

Margaret Lyon gives deposition before Justice of the Peace Sir Thomas Gerrard. In her deposition, she alleges that Isabel Robey once told her that "Peter Chaddock should neuer mend vntill he had asked her forgiuenesse; and that shee knew hee would neuer doe." Mrs. Chaddock later told her the same thing: "I thinke that my Husband will neuer mend vntill hee haue asked her forgiuenesse."(T4-T4v)

Appears in:
Potts, Thomas. The Wonderfull Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster. London: 1613, T4-T4v

1612, July 12 Windle    Lancashire  Lancaster  England 
2539

Margaret Parre gives deposition before Justice of the Peace Sir Thomas Gerard. In her deposition, she alleges that Isabel Robey once came to her home, and that she had asked Robey how Peter Chaddock did. Robey replied that she had not seen him. Parre then asked about Jane Wilkinson, for Wilkinson had been sick and was suspected to be bewitched; Robey replied "I haue bewitched her too." Parre said she trusted she could bless herself from all witches. Robey did not like this, saying "would you defie me?" and left angry.(V)

Appears in:
Potts, Thomas. The Wonderfull Discovery of Witches in the County of Lancaster. London: 1613, V

1612, July 12 Windle    Lancashire  Lancaster  England