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Jackson (Daughter)A woman likely from the parish of Little All Hallows in Thames street, London, and the daughter of Elizabeth Jackson, a charwoman accused of bewitching the young girl, Mary Glover. Elizabeth Jackson's daughter is known to have accompanied her mother at once to fortune tellers. This behaviour places her mother further under suspicion of witchcraft when this evidence is presented at Elizabeth Jackson's trial.(Fol. 35v)The 11. that the said Elizabeth Jackson hath accustomed, to go with others, to fortune tellers; that her selfe hath confessed, she went once, with her daughter, and another time, with one Elizabeth Cooke; who as shee saith, did at that time geve xl to have her fortune tould her.()