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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
1573

Richard Burt, servent to M. Edling, goes to his master's barn, accompanied by a "great massive dogge." Along the way there, a hare crosses their path and the dog "in stead of following began to faint, and runne rounde his maister, and to whine pitifully." (2-3)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 2-3

1592, March London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1574

Richard Burts, a servant to the gentleman M. Edling, greets Mother Atkins as she passes by his master's barn. Mother Atkins, " like a peruerse woman, like a perilous waspe, like a pestiferous witch, incensed with hate at the sight of him held downe hir head, not baigning to speake."(3)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 3

1592, March 7 (Tuesday) London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1575

The servant Richard Burt follows a hare that crossed the path of him and his dog to Mother Atkin's house, "whome before that time he knew to be a notorious witche."(2-3)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 2-3

1592, March London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1576

The servant Richard Burt, while taking his lunch at work in his master's barn around the hour of noon is visited by a "monstrous blacke Cat among the straw." The animal acts strangely and startles him.(3)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 3

1592, March 8 (Wednesday) London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1577

Richard Burt, after being startled by a monstrous black cat during the course of his lunch around noon, hears a strange voice that commands him to leave his master's workplace. Upon asking where he is expected the go, "the Spirit answering againe sayde: Come and leave thy vittles behind thee and thy knife also."(3)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 3

1592, March 8 (Wednesday) London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1578

After being commanded by a voice to leave his master's barn, the servant Richard Burt is "hoised up into the aire" and carried over many fields and a great pond where his hat fell, and over Harrow Church. Even though he cried out, none could hear him, and he ended up "into a place which was all fire, where was heard such lamentable howling and dollful crieng, as if all the damned fiends of hell had been tortured, and tormenten in that Limbo."(4)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 4

1592, March 8 (Wednesday) London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1581

The servant, Richard Burt, is returned from some unknown location full of darkness and fire in Middlesex to Pinner in Middlesex, where he drinks from a ditch. Although some four days had passed during which he was missing, he does not visit his home or his friends.(5)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 5

1592, March 11 London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1582

Maister Edling of Woodhall passes a man on the way to Church four days after his servant, Richard Burt disappeared. Maister Edling asks the man if he can find him a new servant, and the man is revealed to be the lost Richard Burt. Maister Edling beseeches Richard Burt to tell him where he has been, but the servant cannot talk and only gestures towards the witch Mother Atkin's house.(5)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 5

1592, March 11 London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1583

The servant of Maister Edling, Richard Burt who has been rendered mute, is treated by the parson of the town, M. Smith, and Master Burbridge of Pinner. (5)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 5

1592, March 11 London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1584

Upon being healed of the inability to speak by the parson M. Smith of Pinner, the servant Richard Burt cries, "Woe worth mother Atkins, woe worth mother Atkins, for she hath bewitched me: whereupon he would not be quiet, but ever requested that he might speak with hir," thereby accusing Mother Atkins.(5)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 5

1592, March 11 London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1585

Mother Atkins, after being accused of bewitching the servant Richard Burt, is sent for by Master Burbidge and the parson P. Smith. Richard Burt scratchs her until he draws blood, which makes him well and ends her bewitchment over him. (5-6)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 5-6

1592, March 11 London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1586

Mother Atkins, a notorious witch, goes to M. Burbidge's house to ask for milk, at which time the maids were busy at the dairy, and is denied.(6)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 6

1592 London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1587

After Mother Atkins is denied milk at Master Burbridge's house, "immediately upon hir departure out of the doores, the Creame beganne to swell and rise in the cherne," so that it ran about the kitchen and down the sink-hole. All chores were wrecked that day.(6)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 6

1592 London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1588

Mother Atkins visits the grounds of Gregorie Coulson to ask for charity, but she found him busy working with the lambs. This caused him some delay in bringing her charity, and "she flung forth in a fume."(6)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 6

1592 London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England 
1589

After Mother Atkins is angered by the slow speed Gregory Coulson uses to bring her charity, two lambs of Gregory Coulson are let forth into a yard, and "suddenly they began so nimbly to skip and frilke to and fro, that they never ceased after til they died."(6)

Appears in:
B., G.. A Most Wicked Worke of a Wretched Witch, (the Like Whereof None Can Record these Manie Yeeres in England) . London: 1592, 6

1592 London   Pinner  London, Greater  Middlesex  England