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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
1489

Barbara Bartle allegedly bewitches Elizabeth Gyan. Gyan languishes in pain, is lame, and is left speechless for nearly a month.()

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 3: 1625-67. Middlesex: 1888,

1653, June 17 Stepney  Stepney  Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
1491

Barbara Bartle of Stepney, Middlesex is tried for allegedly bewitching Elizabeth Gyan of Stepney, Middlesex. Gyan is allegedly made lame, languishes, and is speechless for nearly a month by the time the trial takes place. Bartle pleads not guilty.()

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 3: 1625-67. Middlesex: 1888,

1653, July 12 Stepney  Stepney  Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2150

Alice Bradley is indicted at Hampstead in the county of Middlesex for using witchcraft on Richard Philpott so that he languished for twenty days and remained so at the time the text was written. ()

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887,

1567, August 24 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2151

Alice Bradley is indicted for allegedly using witchcraft in order to kill two young cows belonging to Philip Barrett.(7-8)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 7-8

1568, December 28 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2152

Alice Bradley is indicted for using witchcraft in order to kill four hogs worth fifty shilling belonging to Robert James.(7-8)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 7-8

1569, January 4 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2153

Alice Bradley is indicted for allegedly using witchcraft so that Margaret James "languished and wasted in her body for the space of three days."(7-8)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 7-8

1569, February 21 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2154

Alice Bradley is acquitted of the charge in the case of Robert Phillpot. Bradley had allegedly bewitched Phillpot so that he languished for twenty days and continued so at the time of the trial.(7-8)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 7-8

1567, August 24 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2155

Alice Bradley is acquitted in the charge in the case of Phillip Barrett. Bradley had allegedly used witchcraft to kill two of Barrett's young cows.(7-8)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 7-8

1568, December 28 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2156

Alice Bradley is acquitted of the charge in the case of Margaret James. Bradley had allegedly used witchcraft on James so that she languished and wasted in her body for three days (and remained so at the time of the trial). (7-8)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 7-8

1569, February 21 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2157

Alice Bradley is acquitted of the charge in the case of Robert James. Bradley had allegedly used witchcraft in order to kill four of his hogs worth fifty shillings.(7-8)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 7-8

1569, January 4 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2254

Joan Hunt allegedly practices witchcraft upon a three year old infant named John Nutting. Nutting sickens and languishes for three days and then dies. (110, 218)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 110, 218

1578, March 28 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2255

Joan Hunt is indicted for allegedly practicing witchcraft upon a three year old infant named John Nutting. Nutting sickened and languished for a few days and then died. (110, 218)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 110, 218

1579, April 13 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2256

Joan Hunt pleads not guilty to having practiced witchcraft upon John Nutting, causing him to sicken, languish, and die. She is, however, found guilty and sentenced to hang. (110, 218)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 110, 218

1579, April 21 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2257

Joan and William Hunt allegedly bewitch Ales James and Richard Parrett, causing them to become lame. (110, 218)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 110, 218

1578, May 6 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2258

Joan and William Hunt are indicted for allegedly bewitching Ales James and Richard Parrett, rendering them both lame. (110, 218)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 110, 218

1578, May 6 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2259

Joan and William Hunt plead not guilty to bewitching Ales James and Richard Parrett, causing James and Parrett to become lame. They are acquitted of the charges. (110, 218)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 110, 218

1578, May 6 Hampstead    Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2279

Dorothy Magicke allegedly practices witchcraft upon Thomas Poole and Thomazine Heathe. (218)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 218

1575, July     Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2280

Dorothy Magicke is indicted for allegedly practicing witchcraft upon Thomas Poole and Thomazine Heathe. (218)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 218

1575, July 18     Middlesex  Middlesex  England 
2281

Dorothy Magicke pleads not guilty to the charge of practicing witchcraft upon Thomas Poole and Thomazine Heathe. She is, however, found guilty and sentenced to a minimum of four years in prison. (218)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 218

1575, July 18     Middlesex  Middlesex  England