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2003

A woman from Hampstead in the county of Middlesex who is married to William Hunt, a yeoman. Joan Hunt allegedly practices "certain detestable, impious and devilish arts, called witchcraftes inchauntmentes charmes and sorceries" on a thre year old infant named John Nuttinge. Nuttinge languishes for a few days and then dies. Joan Hunt is indicted for the crime and found guilty. She is sentenced to be hanged. (110, 218)

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

Joan Hunt Joan Hunt Witch
1896

A widow from Hampstead in the county of Middlesex. Alice Bradley is indicted on four separate instances for witchcraft. Firstly, she is said to have used witchcraft on Robert Philpott so that he languished in his body for over twenty days. A few months later she is charged for having allegedly used witchcraft "against and upon two heafers worth five pounds, of the goods and chattels of Philip Barrett, so that she thereby killed and slew the same "juvencas vocat' heafers." She is charged again for she is said to have used witchcraft a few days later "against and upon four hogges worth fifty shillings, of the goods and chattels of Robert James, so that she killed and slew the same hogs." Then, she also allegedly use wicthcraft on Margaret James so that she "languished and wasted in her body for the space of three days, and so has continued and remained." Bradley pleads not guilty to all charges and is acquitted on all charges. (7-8)

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

Anne Bradley Anne Bradley Witch
1938

A six year old boy from Hampstead in the county of Middlesex who is allegedly bewitched by Alice Bradley. He languished for twenty days and still languished at the time when the text was written.(7-8)

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

Robert Phillpot Robert Phillpot Victim
1939

A man from Hampstead in the county of Middlesex who owned two young cows worth 5. Alice Bradley allegedly used witchcraft on these cows, thereby killing them.(7-8)

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

Phillip Barrett Phillip Barrett Victim
1940

A man from Hampstead in the county of Middlesex who owned four hogs worth fifty shillings. His hogs are allegedly killed by Alice Bradley using witchcraft.()

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

Robert James Robert James Victim
1941

A woman from Hampstead in the county of Middlesex who is allegedly made ill and languished for three days. Alice Bradley is indicted for witchcraft for allegedly causing James to become ill.(7-8)

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

Margaret James Margaret James Victim
1969

A spinster and wife of one Robert Mersam from Whitecross Street in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Islington) who, "at the instigation of the Devil," practiced many diabolical acts and acts of witchcraft upon James Thompson who languished and whose body wasted within the space of five days and continued so at the time of the indictment. (20)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 20

Rose Mersam Rose Mersam Witch
1970

A man from Whitecross Street in Middlesex (now the London borough of Islington) who is allegedly a victim of Rose Mersam's acts of witchcraft (which were instigated by the Devil). Thompson languishes and his body wasted for five days and continued so at the time of Rose Mersam's indictment.(20)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 20

James Thompson James Thompson Victim
1982

A spinster from Enfield in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield), Grodfrey was married to the town yeoman, John Godfrey. Agnes Godfrey is tried for various crimes of witchcraft between 1572 and 1588. She was first tried for allegedly harming a steere, a pig, a little pig and a mare, "of the goods and chattels" of William Durante. She was then tried for allegedly practicing witchcraft on Frances Baker, causing her to become " sick, weak and wasted in body." She, Frances Baker, remained so at the time of the deposition. She then was tried on two separate occasions for allegedly practicing witchcraft on Jasper Tappes and a one year old infant named Thomas Phillippes and an infant named William Harvye, causing their deaths. Agnes Godfrey plead not guilty to all the indictments. She is found guilty of killing William Durante's steere, pig, little pig and mare in accordance with the first indictment, and guilty of killing Thomas Phillippe. She was, however, found not guilty of the other charges. Her sentence for these crimes is unknown. She is also tried for allegedly practicing witchcraft on William Durant and William Coxe, causing them both to languish and their bodies to waste. Coxe eventually dies after languishing for a year. She is also indicted for practicing witchcraft on Robert Coxe and Henry Butterfield, causing them both to languish and then die. She pleads not guilty to all these accusations and is acquitted of all charges. (57-58, 79-80)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 57-58, 79-80

Agnes Godfrey Agnes Godfrey Witch
1983

A man from Enfield in the county of Middlesex (now the London Borough of Enfield) whose steere, pig, little pig and mare, are allegedly killed by Agnes Godfrey who used witchcraft to harm them. A few years later, Agnes Godfrey is indicted for allegedly having practiced witchcraft on him causing him to "langui[sh] and wast[e] away and [become] greatly injured in his body."(57-58, 79-80\)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 57-58, 79-80\

William Durante William Durante Victim
1984

A woman from Enfield in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield) who is allegedly made ill by Agnes Godfrey who used witchcraft on her. Baker became sick, weak, and wasted in body. She remained is that same condition at the time the text was written. (57-58)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 57-58

Frances Baker Frances Baker Victim
1987

A man from Enfield in the county of Middlessex (now the London borough of Enfield) who becomes ill after Agnes Godfre allegedly practices witchcraft upon him. He remains ill for a year at which point he dies. (57-58, 79-80)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 57-58, 79-80

William Coxe William Coxe Victim
1986

An one year old infant from Enfield in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield) who allegedly dies because Agnes Godfrey performed witchcraft on him. He allegedly languished for three days before his death.(57-58)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 57-58

William Harvye William Harvye Victim
1988

A man from Enfield in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield), who is made ill and dies after Agnes Godfrey allegedly practices witchcraft upon him. He was ill for a month before he died. (57-58, 79-80)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 57-58, 79-80

Robert Coxe Robert Coxe Victim
1989

An one year old infant from Enfield in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield) who dies after Anne Godfrey allegedly practices magic upon him. (57-58)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 57-58

Thomas Phillippes Thomas Phillippes Victim
1990

A man from Enfield in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield) who is made ill for a month (March 7 - April 7, 1575) and dies after Agnes Godfrey allegedly practices witchcraft upon him.(79-80)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 79-80

Anonymous 378 Victim
1991

A widow from Edmonton in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield), who is indicted for allegedly practicing witchcraft on six people (Edward Boulton, John Baylie, Thomas Coleman, Josias Boswell, Richard Frisby, and Susan Mason) causing them to become ill and leading to their deaths. Beaver pleads not guilty to all the charges and is acquitted on all counts. (72-73)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 72-73

Anne Beaver Anne Beaver Witch
1992

A man from Edmonton in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield) who languishes for the space of nearly three weeks and then dies after Anne Beaver allegedly practices witchcraft upon him.(72-73)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 72-73

Edward Boulton Edward Boulton Victim
1993

A man from Edmonton in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield), who languishes and then dies after Anne Beaver allegedly practices witchcraft upon him.(72-73)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 72-73

John Baylie John Baylie Victim
1994

A man from Edmonton in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield) who languished for a month and then dies after Anne Beaver allegedly practices witchcraft upon him.(72-73)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 72-73

Thomas Coleman Thomas Coleman Victim
1995

A man from Edmonton in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield) who languishes for nearly three weeks and then dies after Anne Beaver allegedly practices witchcraft upon him. (72-73)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 72-73

Josias Boswell Josias Boswell Victim
1996

A man from Edmonton in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield) who languishes for nearly three weeks and then dies after Anne Beaver allegedly practices witchcraft upon him.(72-73)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 72-73

Richard Frisby Richard Frisby Victim
1997

A woman from Edmonton in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Enfield) who languishes for eleven days and then dies after Anne Beaver allegedly practices witchcraft upon her. (72-73)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 72-73

Susan Mason Susan Mason Victim
1998

A woman from Finchley in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Barnet) who allegedly practices witchcraft upon Priscella Fielde, William Lyon, Frances Fielde, and James Fielde. William Lyon becomes lame while Priscella, Frances and James Fielde all die. Rutter is indicted and pleads guilty. She is sentenced to be hung. (108)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 108

Elizabeth Rutter Elizabeth Rutter Witch
1999

A girl from Finchley in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Barnet) who is allegedly a victim of Elizabeth Rutter's acts of witchcraft. Priscella Fielde languishes for two days and then dies. She is the daughter of James Fielde.(108)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 108

Priscella Fielde Priscella Fielde Victim
2001

A girl from Finchley in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Barnet) who is a victim of Elizabeth Rutter's alleged acts of witchcraft. Fielde languishes for two days and then dies. She is the daughter of James Fielde. (108, 218)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 108, 218

Frances Fielde Frances Fielde Victim
2000

A boy from Finchley in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Barnet) who is a victim of Elizabeth Rutter's alleged acts of witchcraft. Fielde languishes for two days and then dies. He is the son of James Fielde. (108, 218)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 108, 218

John FIelde John Fielde Victim
2002

A boy from Finchley in the county of Middlesex (now the London borough of Barnet) who is a victim of Elizabeth Rutter's alleged acts of witchcraft. Lyon, the son of John Lyon, becomes lame and remains in that state at the time of the indictment. (108, 218)

Appears in:
Jeaffreson (editor), John Cordy . Middlesex County Records: Volume 2: 1603-25. Unknown: 1887, 108, 218

William Lyon William Lyon Victim
2004

A yeoman from Hampstead in the county of Middlesex who is married to Joan Hunt, an alleged witch. William Hunt is indicted (along with his wife, Joan) of bewitching Ales James and Richard Parrett, rendering both of them lame. The Hunts plead not guilty to the charges of bewitching James and Parrett and are acquitted on both counts. (110, 218)

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

William Hunt William Hunt Witch
2006

A three year old infant from Hampstead in the county of Middlesex upon whom Joan Hunt allegedly "practised certain detestable, impious and devilish arts, called witchcraftes inchauntmentes charmes and sorceries" causing him to sicken and languish for a few days and then die. (110, 218)

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

John Nutting John Nutting Victim
2007

A man from Hampstead in the county of Middlesex who is allegedly bewitched by Joan and William Hunt. As a result she is lamed. The Hunts are indicted and acquitted of the charge. (218)

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

Richard Parrett Richard Parrett Victim
2021

A man from the county of Middlesex upon whom Dorothy Magicke allegedly practices witchcraft.(218)

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

Thomas Poole Thomas Poole Victim
2022

A man from the county of Middlesex upon whom Dorothy Magicke allegedly practices witchcraft.(218)

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

Thomazine Heathe Thomazine Heathe Victim
2023

A woman from the county of Middlesex who is indicted for allegedly practicing witchcraft upon Thomas Poole and Thomazine Heathe. Magicke pleads not guilty, but is found guilty. She is sentenced to a minimum of four years in prison and the pillory.(218)

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

Dorothy Magicke Dorothy Magicke Witch