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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
1521

Mary Moore allegedly sends her trusted servant William Hall to John Hutton in Sunderland, "one it was suspected that could do more then God allowed of." Hall bear a message bidding Hutton to reveal who had wronged Margaret Muschamp. Moore's message also threatens to have Hutton apprehended if he did not cooperate, on the grounds that Margaret had written the first two letters of his name along with another's.(7)

Appears in:
Moore, Mary. Wonderfull Newes from the North. London: 1650, 7

1647, February Sunderland    Tyne and Wear  Northumberland  England 
1526

William Hall, servant to Mary Moore, receives a reply from John Hutton. Hutton allegedly tell him "your Mrs. knowes as well who hath wrong'd he[r] child as I: for the party that with a troubled minde your Mrs. had concealed all this time, and at Newcastle in her chamber all alone told you is she that hath done her all this wrong." Hutton then adds that it was Dorothy Swinow who bewitched Margaret Muschamp and caused all of Moore's other troubles.(7)

Appears in:
Moore, Mary. Wonderfull Newes from the North. London: 1650, 7

1647, February Sunderland    Tyne and Wear  Northumberland  England 
1529

Mary Moore allegedly travels to meet with John Hutton herself after receiving his reply, accompanied by numerous others including William Hall, Edward Moore, George Armorer and Elizabeth Muschamp. Hutton recognizes them and knows all their names, despite only having met Hall previously. Moore demands to know how he knew what she had confided privately in Hall; Hutton only repeats the message he had sent prior, that Dorothy Swinow is the cause of Margaret Muschamp's bewitchment and her other troubles. When she tells him of George Muschamp Jr.'s illness and her cousin Lady Margery Hambleton's demise, Hutton accuses Swinow of causing those as well.(7-8)

Appears in:
Moore, Mary. Wonderfull Newes from the North. London: 1650, 7-8

1647, February Sunderland    Tyne and Wear  Northumberland  England 
1530

Mary Moore allegedly demands two drops of blood from John Hutton. He attempts unsuccessfully to convince her to allow him to let his blood privately. Margaret Muschamp pricks him six times on his forehead, but no blood appeared. Hutton offers his right arm after Moore threatens to take his heart's blood; he lays a thumb on his arm and blood wells up from the spot. Muschamp soaks up the drops with a piece of paper she had written on during once of her trances. (7-8)

Appears in:
Moore, Mary. Wonderfull Newes from the North. London: 1650, 7-8

1647, February Sunderland    Tyne and Wear  Northumberland  England 
1531

John Hutton, after Margaret Muschamp takes two drops of his blood, allegedly bids Mary Moore and her party to "ride softly, they had both tide and time enough, it being a fine quiet day." Yet, "of a sudden as soon as they were on horse back it grew very boystrous" and they have difficulty remaining ahorse in the foul weather. They are forced to hurry to Bambrough to take shelter and cross deep water to get there.(8)

Appears in:
Moore, Mary. Wonderfull Newes from the North. London: 1650, 8

1647, February Sunderland    Tyne and Wear  Northumberland  England