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ID Short Description & Text Name Preferred Name Person Type
1409

A woman from Coven Garden in London and the county of Greater London, who is described as an old woman, and the matron for a group of witches living at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden, who falsely accept confessions claiming they have been ordained by Father Ciprian, thereby engaging herself in anti-Catholic activities as well as a con. She is therefore a con artist as well. She collects the money from confessors, for either confession or "distraction" by the other six women living at the abode. (1-5)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Seven Women Confessors or a Discovery of the Seven White Divels which Lived at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. London: 1641, 1-5

Katherin Wels Katherine Wells Witch
1410

A woman from Coven-Garden in London and the county of Greater London, who is one among seven "young and handsome" witches living at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden, who falsely accept confessions under several articles enforced on confessors. She also provided possible "distraction" to confessors, when in rooms together alone, or with any of the other women living with her. By these anti-Catholic activities, she was involved in a con.(1-5)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Seven Women Confessors or a Discovery of the Seven White Divels which Lived at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. London: 1641, 1-5

Susan Baker Susan Baker Witch
1411

A woman from Coven-Garden in London and the county of Greater London, who is one of seven witches living at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. She is described as being "young and handsome," and falsely accepts confessions for a monetary fee and after enforcing several articles on confessors. She, and possibly some of the other women living with her, would provide confession and "distraction" to clients in private rooms. Therefore, she was involved in anti-Catholic activities, as well as a con. They may have all been involved in prostitution as well.(1-5)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Seven Women Confessors or a Discovery of the Seven White Divels which Lived at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. London: 1641, 1-5

Anne Parker Anne Parker Witch
1412

A woman from Coven-Garden in London and the county of Greater London, who is one of seven "young and handsome" witches residing at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. She falsely accepts confessions for monetary gain and by swearing confessors to certain articles. Once with clients in a private room, either alone or with some of the other women living at the abode, she would provide confession and "distraction." Katherine Smith was therefore involved with anti-Catholic activities, a con, and possibly prostitution.(1-5)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Seven Women Confessors or a Discovery of the Seven White Divels which Lived at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. London: 1641, 1-5

Katherin Smith Katherine Smith Witch
1413

A woman from Coven-Garden in London and the county of Greater London, who is one of seven witches living at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. She is described as being "young and handsome," and falsely accepts confessions for a monetary fee and after enforcing several articles on confessors. She would take clients to a private room, sometimes with some of the other women living with her, and provide confession and "distraction" to the client. She was involved in a con, and anti-Catholic activities. She may have also been involved with prostitution.(1-5)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Seven Women Confessors or a Discovery of the Seven White Divels which Lived at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. London: 1641, 1-5

Elinor Hall Eleanor Hall Witch
1414

A woman from Coven-Garden in London and the county of Greater London, who is one of seven "young and handsome" witches residing at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. She falsely accepts confessions for monetary gain and by swearing confessors to certain articles. This was often done, alongside "distraction" for the client in rooms alone, or with other women living at the abode. She was thus involved in anti-Catholic activities, and a con. She may have also been involved in prostitution.(1-5)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Seven Women Confessors or a Discovery of the Seven White Divels which Lived at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. London: 1641, 1-5

Maior Jones Maior Jones Witch
1415

A woman from Coven-Garden in London and the county of Greater London, who is one of seven witches living at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. She is described as being "young and handsome," and falsely accepts confessions for a monetary fee and after enforcing several articles on confessors. She would also possibly provide "distraction" to clients, alone or alongside other women living with her, when in rooms alone with the client. She and the women living with her were involved in an anti-Catholic con, and possibly prostitution.(1-5)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Seven Women Confessors or a Discovery of the Seven White Divels which Lived at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. London: 1641, 1-5

Dorathie Marsh Dorothy Marsh Witch
1416

A man from Coven-Garden in London and the county of Greater London, described as a plain Country Yeoman that discovers seven witches residing at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden who are falsely giving confession for monetary prices and after swearing confessors under several articles. John Stockden refuses to swear to these articles, although he "was willing to have a wench," and he thus discovers them to be witches.(5)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Seven Women Confessors or a Discovery of the Seven White Divels which Lived at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. London: 1641, 5

John Stockden John Stockden Victim
1416

A man from Coven-Garden in London and the county of Greater London, described as a plain Country Yeoman that discovers seven witches residing at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden who are falsely giving confession for monetary prices and after swearing confessors under several articles. John Stockden refuses to swear to these articles, although he "was willing to have a wench," and he thus discovers them to be witches.(5)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Seven Women Confessors or a Discovery of the Seven White Divels which Lived at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. London: 1641, 5

John Stockden John Stockden Accuser
1464

A man from Coven-Garden in London and the county of Greater London, who allegedly ordained the seven women living at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden to give confession as a minister. This was false, and an anti-Catholic activity, as well as a con. It is not clear if Father Ciprian was falsely accused of ordaining the seven women, who may have possibly also opened a prostitution racket. (3-5)

Appears in:
Unknown, . The Seven Women Confessors or a Discovery of the Seven White Divels which Lived at Queen-Street in Coven-Garden. London: 1641, 3-5

Father Ciprian Preacher/Minister