People of the Salem Witch Trials

=The accused=

Found guilty and executed

*Bridget Bishop (June 10, 1692)
*Rebecca (Towne) Nurse (July 19, 1692)
*Sarah (Solart) Good (July 19, 1692)
*Elizabeth (Jackson) Howe (July 19, 1692)
*Sarah (Averill) Wildes (July 19, 1692)
*Susannah (North) Martin (July 19, 1692)

*George Burroughs (August 19, 1692)
*Martha (Allen) Carrier (August 19, 1692)
*George Jacobs, Sr. (August 19, 1692)
*John Proctor (August 19, 1692)
*John Willard (August 19, 1692)

*Martha Corey (September 22, 1692)
*Mary (Towne) Eastey (September 22, 1692)
*Alice Parker (September 22, 1692)
*Mary (Ayer) Parker (September 22, 1692)
*Ann Pudeator (September 22, 1692)
*Margaret (Stevenson) Scott (September 22, 1692)
*Wilmot Redd (September 22, 1692)
*Samuel Wardwell Sr. (September 22, 1692)

Found guilty and pardoned

*Elizabeth (Bassett) Proctor - pregnant
*Abigail (Dane) Faulkner Sr. - pregnant
*Mary Post
*Sarah (Hooper) Wardwell
*Elizabeth Johnson Jr.
*Dorcas (Galley) Hoar

Found guilty and escaped

*Mary (Perkins) Bradbury

Pled guilty and pardoned

*Ann (Alcock) Foster -- died in custody, December 1692
*Mary (Foster) Lacey Sr.
*Rebecca (Blake) Eames
*Abigail Hobbs

Refused to enter a plea and pressed to death

*Giles Corey

Found not guilty

*Abigail (Wheeler) Barker
*Mary Barker
*William Barker, Jr.
*Mary Bridges, Jr.
*Mary (Tyler) Bridges, Sr.
*Sarah Bridges
*Sarah (Smith) Buckley
*Sarah (Aslebee) Cole
*Lydia Dustin -- died in custody after trial
*Sarah Dustin
*Eunice (Potter) Frye
*Sarah Hawkes, Jr.
*Margaret Jacobs
*Rebecca (Andrews) Jacobs
*Elizabeth (Dane) Johnson, Sr.
*Mary Lacey, Jr.
*Mary (Osgood) Marston
*Hannah Post
*Susannah Post
*Mary (Harrington) Taylor
*Job Tookey
*Mary (Allen) Toothaker
*Hannah Tyler
*Mary (Lovett) Tyler
*Mercy Wardwell
*Mary (Buckley) Witheridge

Arrested, but never tried

Died in custody

*Sarah (Warren) Osborne
*Roger Toothaker

Escaped

*John Alden
*Edward Bishop Jr.
*Sarah (Wilds) Bishop
*William Barker Sr.
*Edward Farrington
*Elizabeth (Walker) Cary
*Phillip English
*Mary (Hollingsworth) English

Indicted by a grand jury, but never tried

*Stephen Johnson
*William Barker Sr.
*Edward Farrington

Not indicted by a grand jury

*William Procter
*Sarah (Towne) Cloyce
*Phillip English
*Mary (Hollingsworth) English
*Tituba
*Thomas Farrar
*Elizabeth Hart

Released on bond

*Dorothy Good
*Sarah Carrier
*Thomas Carrier Jr.
*Dorothy Faulkner
*Abigail Faulkner Jr.
*Sarah (Lord) Wilson

Evaded arrest, never tried

*George Jacobs Jr.
*Daniel Andrews

Named, but no arrest warrant issued

*Anne (Wood) Bradstreet
*Dudley Bradstreet
*John Bradstreet
*John Busse -- minister in Wells, Maine
*Francis Dane -- minister in Andover, Mass.
*Sarah (Noyes) Hale -- wife of Rev. John Hale, minister in Beverly, Mass.
*James How -- husband of Elizabeth (Jackson) How
*Hezekiah Usher
*Mary (Spencer) Phips -- wife of Massachusetts Governor William Phips
*Sarah (Clapp) Swift
*Margaret (Webb) Thatcher -- mother-in-law of magistrate Jonathan Corwin

Magistrates of the Court of Oyer and Terminer, 1692 [Massachusetts Archives Collections, Governor's Council Executive Records, Vol. 2, 1692, pages 176-177. Certified copy from the original records at Her Majestie's State Paper Office, London, September 16, 1846.]

*William Stoughton, Chief Magistrate
*John Richards
*Nathaniel Saltonstall
*Waitstill Winthrop
*Bartholomew Gedney
*Samuel Sewall
*John Hathorne
*Jonathan Corwin
*Peter Sergeant

Justices of the Superior Court of Judicature, 1693 [Records of the Massachusetts Supreme Court of Judicature, 1692/3, Page 1. Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, Judicial Archives]

*William Stoughton, Chief Justice
*Thomas Danforth
*John Richards
*Waitstill Winthrop
*Samuel Sewall

Clergy

*Cotton Mather, Boston
*Increase Mather, Boston
*John Hale, Beverly
*Nicholas Noyes, Salem
*Samuel Parris, Salem Village
*Francis Dane, Andover
*Samuel Willard, Groton, Boston

Public figures and politicians

*William Phips -- Governor
*Thomas Brattle
*Robert Calef

Accusers

The "Afflicted Girls"

*Betty Parris
*Abigail Williams
*Mercy Lewis
*Ann Putnam, Jr.
*Elizabeth Hubbard
*Mary Walcott
*Susannah Shelden
*Mary Warren

Others

*Sarah Bibber
*Ann (Carr) Putnam Sr.
*Basheba Pope

References


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