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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
1337

Anne Greene is tried for witchcraft before John Ashton and Edgar Coats. Greene is charged with bewitching John Tatterson, appearing to Margaret Wade in the form of a dog, using charms to heal hearts, and of healing headaches by boiling the afflicted person's hair.(64)

Appears in:
Raine, James. Depositions from the Castle of York. Unknown: 1861, 64

1653, February 16 York  York  Yorkshire  Yorkshire  England 
1338

John Tatterson asks Anne Greene for help while feeling ill. She advises that black wool will help, but he is skeptical. Greene then pulls out her garter, runs it around his ear three times, and then takes hair from his neck. Shortly after this, Tatterson feels worse; however, after returning and threatening Greene, she crosses his ear again (three times). Tatterson begins to heal as "corruptible matter [runs] outt of his eare."(65)

Appears in:
Raine, James. Depositions from the Castle of York. Unknown: 1861, 65

1653, February 16 Gargreave  Gargrave  Yorkshire  Yorkshire  England 
1339

Anne Greene allegedly tells Jeanette Hudson that John Tatterson "was overgone with ill tongues, and that hee should have one side taken from him."(64)

Appears in:
Raine, James. Depositions from the Castle of York. Unknown: 1861, 64

1653, February 16 Gargreave  Gargrave  Yorkshire  Yorkshire  England 
1340

Anne Greene and Mary Nunweeke allegedly appear in the form of dogs to Margaret Wade while she is in bed.(64)

Appears in:
Raine, James. Depositions from the Castle of York. Unknown: 1861, 64

1653, February 16 Gargreave  Gargrave  Yorkshire  Yorkshire  England 
1341

Anne Greene confesses that she sometimes used charms to heal hearts, including John Tatterson's. When she healed Tatterson's heart, she did so"by crosseinge a garter over his eare and sayeinge these words, 'Boate, a God's Name' 9 times over."(64)

Appears in:
Raine, James. Depositions from the Castle of York. Unknown: 1861, 64

1653, February 16 Gargreave  Gargrave  Yorkshire  Yorkshire  England 
1342

Anne Greene claims she can heal headaches by taking their urine "and a locke of their heire, the which she boyles together, and afterwards throwes them in the fire and burnos them. Greene claims this is the only medical treatment she administers.(64)

Appears in:
Raine, James. Depositions from the Castle of York. Unknown: 1861, 64

1653, February 16 York  York  Yorkshire  Yorkshire  England