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ID Short Description & Text Name Preferred Name Person Type
1433

A woman who is suspected of witchcraft. she is the daughter of Joan Cocke, from Kelvedon (a suspected witch). She is aligned with two acts of witchcraft: property damage and animal damage. Both crimes are concerned with cows/ dairy and both accusations come courtesy of Noble (wife) This woman (Noble's wife) claimed she could not churn butter -- an unfortunate circumsatnce she blamed on Cocke. Noble (wife) also claimed that Cocke (daughter) was responsible for the death of one of Belffilde's wife's cattle (a woman from Linford, Stanford-le-Hope, in the county of Essex) and for causing the other to give "milke of all colour."()

Appears in:
Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, . Report of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Part 4. H.M. Stationery Office: 1885,

Anonymous 243 Witch
1434

A woman from Kelvedon in the county of Essex who suspects Joan Cocke of Kelvedon's daughter (Anonymous 243) of being a witch because she (Noble's Wife) could no longer get butter. She also claims Cocke (daughter) bewitched Belfild wife's cows so that one died and two others gave milk of all colours. ()

Appears in:
Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, . Report of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Part 4. H.M. Stationery Office: 1885,

Noble's Wife Victim
1435

A woman from Liford in the county of Essex who has a cow that died and two "miche neate" (dairy cows) that gave milk of "all colours." Joan Cocke's daughter (Anonymous 243) is suspected of having used "witcherie" to bewitch these cows. ()

Appears in:
Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, . Report of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Part 4. H.M. Stationery Office: 1885,

Belfild's Wife Victim
1437

A man from the county of Essex who is allegedly lamed after Joan Cocke of Kelvedon initially put her hands on his knees while in his house and then clapped her hands on his knees. ()

Appears in:
Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, . Report of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Part 4. H.M. Stationery Office: 1885,

Richard Sherman Richard Sherman Victim