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Witch Hunts: 1501 AD - 1650 AD

Beginning around 672 C.E. the hunting of witches accelerated to new levels of debauchery in many areas of the world. Women and men suspected of witchcraft were tortured and killed in the name of all believed to be good and families and lives were destroyed. Suspicion and superstition were given full rein while demented ignorance stood by and laughed. Sadly, this still continues...

What follows is a condensed and nowhere near complete timeline of the atrocities wrought upon suspected witches. Bear in mind, that this list only scratches the surface.

Atrocities Timeline

1507 – 30 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Calahorra, Spain, in 1507.

1510 – 1 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Saxony, Germany, in 1510.

1510 – 60 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Northern Italy, in 1510.

1515-1588 – Weyer, Johan. Born in Brabant (Belgium). German physician. Believed most witches were melancholy mentally disturbed old women, incapable of harm. Believed that the belief in witchcraft was caused by the devil. In 1563 – wrote De Praestigiis Daemonum – and was subsequently forced out of the Netherlands by the Catholic Governor, Duke of Alba. His book was denounced by Jean Bodin.

1515 – 500+ burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1515.

1518 – Kuhnlin, Elsa: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, in 1518.

1518 – Paeffin, Elsa: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, in 1518.

1518 – Thausser, Simon, and his wife (no name given): burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, in 1518.

1518-1521 – 64 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Val Camonica, Italy between 1518-1521.

1521 – 2 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Besancon, France, in 1521.

1523 – 100 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Como, Italy, in 1523.

1524 – 1000+ in Como, Italy, in 1524.

1528 – Wachin, Ursula: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, in 1528.

1529-1596 or 1530-1590 – Bodin, Jean. French Judge. In 1580 – writes De la Demonomanie des Sorciers – and claims that those who denied the existance of witches were themselves witches.

1530-1616 – Remy, Nicholas. French Lawyer fighting against witches. In 1595 writes Demonaltry – and sites 128 cases. 900 executed for suspicion of witchcraft by Nicholas Remy (years unknown, about 15 years total).

1531 – Mullerin, Elsbet: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, in 1531.

1536 – "A large number" executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Saragossa, Spain, in 1536.

1540 – Morin< (first name unknown): burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Rouen, in 1540.

1540 – deLarue, (first name unknown): burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Rouen, in 1540.

1545 – Echtinger, Barbara: imprisoned for life at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 August, 1545.

1546 – Askew, Anne: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, for witchcraft 1546.

1549 – 1 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Lyons, France, in 1549.

1549 – 7 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Nantes, France, in 1549.

1555 – 3 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Derneburg, Germany, on 4 October, 1555.

1556 – 1 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Bievires, France, in 1556.

1557 – Douglas, Janet: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Castle, Hill, Scotland, on 17 July, 1557.

1557 – Hezensohn, Joachim: beheaded at Waldsee, Germany, in 1557.

1561 – 5 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Verneuil, France, in 1561.

1563-1603 – 17,000+ slaughterd in Scotland from 1563 to 1603.

1564 – 4 burned as witches on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Potiers, France, in 1564.

1565 – Waterhouse, (first name unknown): hanged as an accused witch in Dorset, England in 1565.

1566 – The examination and confession of accused witches at Chelmsford in the County of Essex, before the Queen Majesty's Judges, 26 July, 1566.

1569 – Paris, (first name unknown): hanged as an accused witch at St. Andrews, Scotland, in 1569.

1569 – Steward, William: hanged as an accused witch at St. Andrews, Scotland, in 1569.

1569 – 1 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at St. Andrews, Scotland, in 1569.

1571 – (or 1574) Trois-Echelles (pseud.): executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Paris, France, in 1571 (or 1574).

1571 – "Many" burned as witches on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery in France in 1571.

1572 – Bowman, Janet: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Scotland in 1572.

1572 – 1 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at St. Andrews, Scotland, in 1572.

1572 – Catharina Van den Velde son epouse, Trenat, d. Leeuw-st-Pierre, magie et divination, quittent le village pour Wemmel.

1573 – Fief, Mary le: of Samur, France, accused of witchcraft, on 13 October 1573.

1573 – 70, 000 killed in England after 1573.

1574 – Arnold, (first name unknown): hanged as an accused witch at Barking, England, in 1574.

1574 – Garnier, Gilles: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, as a werewolf in Dole, France 1574.

1574 – "Several" executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Paris, France, in 1574.

1574 – 80 executed for suspicion of witchcraft in one fire at Valery-en-Savoie, France, in 1574.

1576 – Dunlop, Bessie: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Castle Hill, Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1576.

1576 – Pajot, Marguerite: executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Tonnerre, France, in 1576.

1577 – Doree, Catherine: executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Courveres, France, in 1577.

1578 – Harvilliers, Jeanne: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in France, in 1578.

1578 – 3 executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Dorset, England, in 1578.

1578 – 36 persons executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Kilkenny, Ireland, in 1578.

1581 – Beuchel, Anna: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, in 1581.

1581 – Buckh, Appollonia: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, in 1581.

1581 – Einseler, Catharina: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July, 1581.

1581 – Flieger, Catharina: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July, 1581.

1581 – Isolin, Madlen: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July, 1581.

1581 – Rosch, Maria: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July, 1581.

1581 – Scharber, Elsbeth: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, in 1581.

1581 – Schwarz, Eva: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, in 1581.

1581 – Wuncil, Brigida: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July, 1581.

1582 – Gabley, (first name unknown): executed for suspicion of witchcraft at King's Lynn, England, in 1582.

1582 – 18 killed at St. Oses, England, in 1582.

1583 – Bonnet, Jean: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Boissy-en-Ferez, France, in 1583.

1583 – Quattrino, Dominic: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Mesolcina, Italy, in 1583.

1583 – "Several" burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Mesolcina, Italy, in 1583.

1584- – Publication of The Discoverie of Witchcraft-, by Reginald Scot, suggesting that maybe witches don't really exist.

1585 – Hacket, Margaret: executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Tyburn, England, on 19 February, 1585.

1585 – Lachenmeyer, Waldburg: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 5 July, 1585.

1585 – Reich, Maria: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 5 July, 1585.

1585 – Rohrfelder, Margaret: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 August, 1585.

1585 – Sailler, Ursula: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 August, 1585.

1585 – Treher, Anna: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 5 July, 1585.

1585 – Uhlmer, Barbara: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 August, 1585.

1585 – Wirth, Trauben: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 5 July, 1585.

1586 – Dormar, Anna: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 October, 1586.

1586 – Erb, Anna: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 March, 1586.

1586 – Hoyd, Anna: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 November, 1586.

1586 – Isel, Ursula: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 7 November, 1586.

1586 – Kleiss, Anna: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 30 October, 1586.

1586 – Marguerite, (last name unknown): burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Paris, France, in 1586.

1586 – Martin, Marie: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in France, in 1586.

1586 – Mayer, Christina: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 October, 1586.

1586 – Mirot, Dominic: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Paris, France, in 1586.

1586 – Rauffains, Catharina: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 7 November, 1586.

1586 – Schneider, Felicitas: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 March, 1586.

1586 – Schultheiss, Ursula: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 March, 1586.

1586 – Sechelle, (first name unknown): burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Paris, France, in 1586.

1586 – Stadelmann, Ursula: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 7 November, 1586.

1586 – Weiss, Agatha: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 October, 1586.

1587 – Fray, Ursula: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 12 June, 1587.

1587 – Kless, Catharina: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 12 June, 1587.

1587-1593 – 368 persons killed for witchcraft between 18 January, 1587, and 18 November, 1593, in the diocese of Treves.

1588 – Pearson, Alison: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Scotland on 28 May, 1588.

1588 – 1 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Riom, France, in 1588.

1589 – Cunny, Joan: hanged as an accused witch in Chelmsford, England, in 1589.

1589 – Henry III, King of France: assassinated on 1 August, 1589.

1589 – Huebmeyer, Appela: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 11 September, 1589.

1589 – Huebmeyer, Barbara: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 11 September, 1589.

1589 – Prentice, Joan: hanged as an accused witch in Chelmsford, England, in 1589.

1589 – Schnelling, Anna: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 11 September, 1589.

1589 – Stubb, Peter: executed for suspicion of witchcraft as a werewolf near Cologne, Germany, in 1589.

1589 – Upney, Joan: hanged as an accused witch in Chelsford, England, in 1589.

1589 – 133 persons burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in one day at Quedlinburg, in Germany, in 1589.

1589 – 2 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Cologne, Germany in 1589.

1589 – 48 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Wurttemberg, Germany, in 1589.

1590-1591 – North Berwick Witches of Scotland:Trials of Johnne Feane, Agnes Sampsoune and others: Cunningham, John: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Edinburgh, in January, 1591 Duncan, Gellie: hanged as an accused witch in Scotland in 1591 Macalzean, Euphemia: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Scotland for witchcraft, on 25 June, 1591 Napier, Barbara: hanged as an accused witch in Scotland in 1591 Sampsoune, Agnes: tried, strangled, and burnt for a witch in Scotland.

1590 – 54 burned as witches, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Franconia in 1590.

1590-1600 – 10 a day (average) were burned as witches on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery in the Duchy of Brunswick between 1590-1600.

1591 – 1 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Ghent, Holland, in 1591.

1591-1600 – 300 burned as witches on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Bern, Switzerland, between 1591-1600.

1592 – Rue, Abel de la: of Coulommiers, France, accused of witchcraft on 20 July, 1592.

1593 – Rosseau, (no first name given), and his daughter, (no name given) of France, accused of witchcraft on 2 October 1593.

1593 – Samuels, (family): three members condemned for witchcraft in Warboys, England, on 4 April, 1593.

1594 – Balfour, Alison: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Edinburgh, Scotland, on 16 December, 1594.

1594 – Birenseng, Agata: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 25 June, 1594.

1594 – Fray, Margaret: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Waldsee, Germany, on 25 June, 1594.

1595 – Calles, Helen: executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Braynford, England, on 1 December, 1595.

1595 – Newell, Joane: executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Barnett, England, on 1 December, 1595.

1595 – Newell, John: executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Barnett, England, on 1 December, 1595.

1595 – 9 executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Toulouse, France, in 1595.

1596 – Beaumont, Sieur de: accused of witchcraft on 21 October, 1596.

1596 – Cockie, Isabel: burnt as a witch, at a cost of 105 s. 4 p., in England 1596.

1596 – Jollie, Alison: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Scotland, in October, 1596.

1596 – Stewart, Christian: strangled and burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Scotland, in November, 1596.

1596 – Cornelia De May, Uccle, d. Bruxelles, sorcellerie.

1596?-1636 – Jacob de Praeter, 79. Pierre de Bonnerie, 80. Daniel Van den Eyde1690, Kwaremont, d. Renaix, heresie et pacte diaboloque, idem, guerisseur de vaches (Poursuivis a plusieurs reprises, souvent admonestes, aucun ne s'amende.)

1597 – Belon, Jean: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in France, in 1597.

1597 – Chamoulliard, (first name unknown): burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in France, in 1597.

1597 – Goodridge, Alse: executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Darbie, England, in 1597.

1597 – Porte, Vidal de la: condemned at Riom, France, in 1597.

1597 – Roulet, Jacques: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, for being a were-wolf, at Angiers, France, in 1597.

1598 – Aupetit, Pierre: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Bordeaux, France, in 1598.

1598 – 1 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Ghent, Holland, in 1598.

1598 – 24 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Aberdeen, Scotland, circa 1598.

1598 – Eliabeth Borrons, Nedername, d. Renaix, sorcellerie, veut se purger, D.B., I. p. 98.

1599 – Hoppo, (first name unknown): executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Germany in 1599.

1599 – Kerke, Anne: executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Tyburn, England, in 1599.

1599 – Stadlin, (first name unknown): executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Germany in 1599.

1599 – 77 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Vaud, Switzerland, in 1599.

1600-1680 – 40,000 executed for suspicion of witchcraft between 1600-1680 in Great Britain.

1600 – cure guerisseur, d. Grammont.

1601-1602 – Judovicus Bouwens, Theilt N.D., D. Diest, faire apparaitre les defunts, denonce au promoteur.

1601 – la femme de Guillaume Goossens, Denderleeuw d. Alost, sorcellerie, Conseil de Flandre, D.B., I, 98.

1602 – Maria Van de Keere, Herdersem, d. Alost, guerisseuse, D.B., I, p.98.

1603 – Pannel, Mary: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Yorkshire, England, in 1603.

1603-1605 – 205 burned as witches on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at the Abbey of Fulda, Germany, between 1603-1605.

1603 – trois femmes dont une Johanna Pipenbosch, Nieuwekerken, d. Alost, 1602-sorcellerie, D.B., I, p. 98, 1604-1606- banissement.

1604-1611 – The blood secret of Countess Elizabeth Bathori of Transylvania-.

1605-1606 – une veuve, Glabbeck, d. Diest, superstition, quitte le village.

1606 – Harrisson, Joanna, and her daughter: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Hertford, England, in 1606.

1607 – Grierson, Isobel: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Scotland in March, 1607.

1607 – "Several" witches executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Derbyshire, England, in 1607.

1607 – 24 burned as witches, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery,+ 3 suicides in Hagenau, Alsace, in 1607.

1607 – Cure Guerisseur, Aspelare, d. Grammont, remedes a base d'herbes, interdiction d'exorciser.

1607 – Une Femme, Wersbeek, d. Diest, guerisseuse (Des esprits lui apparaissent et lui procurent les remedes avec lesquels elle soigne les maladies d'enfants.), denoncee au vicaire general.

1608 – Publication of Compendium Maleficarum-, by Francesco Maria Guazzo.

1628 – July 24 Letter- – written by Johannes Junius to his daughter before his execution for witchcraft.

1608 – Tod, Beigis: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Lang Nydrie, Scotland, on 27 May, 1608.

1608 – "A number of women" burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Breehin, Scotland, in 1608.

1608 – 1 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, by a mob at St. Jean de Liuz, France, circa 1608.

1608 – Johannes de Coninck, Merelbeke, d. Oordegem, pacte avec le diable (Il declare avoir donne son ame et son corps au diable).

1608 – Maria Commenaers, St. Joris Weert, d. Louvain, divinatrice.

1608 – Cure Guerisseur, Hofstade, d. Alost, remedes contre les fievres.

1609-1610 – Margareta Prengaerts, Wersbeek, d. Diest, superstition, denoncee au promoteur.

1609 – Guillaume Cloops, Thielt Ste Marie, D. Diest, Superstitions, conjurations.

1610 – Dorlady, Fernando: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Vesoul, France as being the Devil's banker, on 18 January, 1610.

1610 – Dorlady, Mansfredo: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Vesoul, France as being the Devil's banker, on 18 January, 1610.

1610 and 1840 – 22,000 (approx) executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Bamberg, Germany between 1610 and 1840.

1610 – Aegidius Bettens, Hekelgem, d. Alost, magie, denonce par le mayeur (Son proces est instruit par la justice civile.).

1610 – Judocus Van Bombrugghe, Balegem, d. Oordegem, supersition.

1610 – Le Sacristain, Linkhout, d. Diest, superstition.

1611 – Gaufridi, Louis: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Marseilles, France, at 5:00 pm on 30 April, 1611.

1612 – Barber, Mary: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Northhampton, England, on 22 July, 1612.

1612 – Bill, Arthur: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Northhampton, England, on 22 July, 1612.

1612 – Browne, Agnes: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Northhampton, England, on 22 July, 1612.

1612 – Browne, Joan: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Northhampton, England, on 22 July, 1612.

1612 – Bulcock, Jane: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Lancaster, England, in 1612.

1612 – Bulcock, John: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Lancaster, England, in 1612.

1612 – Demdike, Elizabeth: convicted, but died in prison, in Lancaster, England, in 1612.

1612 – Device, Alizon: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Lancaster, England, in 1612.

1612 – Device, Elizabeth: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Lancaster, England, in 1612.

1612 – Device, James: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Lancaster, England, in 1612.

1612 – Hewitt, Katherine: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Lancaster, England, in 1612.

1612 – Jenkenson, Helen: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Northhampton, England, on 22 July, 1612.

1612 – Nutter, Alice: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Lancaster, England, in 1612.

1612 – Preston, Jennet: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in York, England, in 1612.

1612 – Redfearne, Anne: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Lancaster, England, in 1612.

1612 – Robey, Isobel: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Lancaster, England, in 1612.

1612 – Whittle, Anne: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Lancaster, England, in 1612.

1613 – Sutton (mother) (first name unknown): executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Bedford, England in 1613.

1613 – Sutton, Mary: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Bedford, England in 1613.

1613 – Plusieurs Sorcieresa, Hoboken, d. Anvers, sorcellerie.

1615 – Hunt, Joan: hanged as an accused witch in Middlesex, England in 1615.

1615 – Leclerc, (no first name given): condemned for witchcraft, in France 1615.

1615 – Mattheus De Lemont, Watermael, d. Bruxelles, a consulte un devin a Jette.

1616 – Berrye, Agnes: hanged as an accused witch at Enfield, England, in 1616.

1616 – Leger, (no first name given): condemmned for witchcraft in France, on 6 May, 1616.

1616 – Rutter, Elizabeth: hanged as an accused witch in Middlesex, England in 1616.

1616 – Smith, Mary: hanged as an accused witch at King's Lynn, England, in 1616.

1616 – 18 killed at Orleans, France, in 1616.

1616 – 9 hanged as an accused witch at Leicester, England, in 1616.

1616 – la femme du forgeron, Londerseel, d. Malines, magie de meme que son mari.

1617-1620 – Une Femme, Haaltert, d. Alost, pythonisse, sorcellerie officialite (Deja incriminee aupres de l'officialite depuis des annees, cette femme est denoncee en 1617, 1618, 1619 et 1620 comme pythonisse, ou plutot devineresse, guerisseuse de betes; examinee par le doyen a cause de ses sortilege, elle mourra en 1620 sans qu'aucune autre action ait ete entreprise contre elle. De Brouwer, t, I., p. 98, se borne a signaler l'existence d'une "waarzegster, of beter een beleester" a Haaltert en 1617- 1620.).

1617 – Galigai, Leonora: beheaded at the Place de Grieve, France, on 8 July, 1617.

1617 – Pierre, dit "Verloren Pee", Mozenzele, d. Alost, guerisseur, emprisonne par le juge seculier(Ce guerisseur utilise des billets superstitieux, mais selon le doyen, son "art" est sans effets. Emprisonne par le juge seculier, il est bientot libere; malgre sa promesse de s'amender, il reprend ses pratiques.).

1618 – 8 hanged as an accused witch at Londinieres, France, in 1618.

1618 – Catharina Verloo, Herenhout St. Pietera, d. Herentals, poisen.

1618 – Johannes Mesens et 32. sa femme, Herstelt, pratiques superstitieuse avec des femmes egyptiennes (Le couple semble plutot avoir ete victim de ces "egyptiennes"-terme qui qualifie les gitans ou les tsiganes- quit les ont abuses l'un et l'autre.).

1618 – Une Femme, Muizen, d., Malines, magie, expulsee du village (Cette femme a deja ete expulsee auparavant d'autres endroits, pour la meme raison.).

1619-1621, 1626 – Quatre Femmes, Rijmenam, d. Malines, superstitions.

1619-1622 – Judocus Vierendeels, Meldert, sortileges, banni par le Conseil de Flandre (Judocus Vierendeels qui est denonce pendant quatre annees consecutives comme magicien et sorcier, avait ete condamne par le Conseil de Flandre, le 15 decembre 1618, a etre expose sur l'echafaut et au pilori du chateau des Comtes pendant un quart d'heure, avec les livres et les billets dont il s'etait servi pendus a son cou, puis a etre fouette jusqu'a sang coulant et ensuite banni pour 25 ans du comte (cite par De Brouwer, t.I, p. 98, d'apres la sentence no. 8594, 146 du Conseil de Flandre.).

1619 – Audibert, Etienne: condemned for witchcraft in France, on 20 March 1619.

1619 – Baker, Anne: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Leicester, England, in 1619.

1619 – Flower, Joan: died before trial, at Lincoln, England, in 1619.

1619 – Flower, Margaret: executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Lincoln, England, in March, 1619.

1619 – Flower, Phillippa: executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Lincoln, England, in March, 1619.

1619 – Green, Ellen: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Leicester, England, in 1619.

1619 – Willimot, Joan: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Leicester, England, in 1619.

1619 – "Several" witches condemned at Nerac, France, on 26 June, 1619.

1619 – 200+ executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Labourt, France, in 1619.

1619 – Johannes Luynoy dit Lathauwer, Schriek, d. Malines, guerisseur.

1619 – un habitant d'Anvers, Oud Turnhout, d. Hoogstraeten, possede du diable.

1620-1621, 1626, 1628, 1653 – Petrus Valentijn dit "le vieux sorcier", Steenhuise, d. Grammont, guerisseur, magie, sortileges, plainte a la justice civile condamnation(Petrus Valentijn, deja poursuivi et puni pour ses pratiques superstitieuse.

1620 – Boulay, Anne: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Nancy, France, in 1620.

1620 – Poiret, (first name unknown): burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Nancy, France, in 1620.

1621 – Chalmers, Bessie: tried for witchcraft in Inverkiething, Scotland 1621.

1621 – Chatto, Marioun: tried for witchcraft in Inverkiething, Scotland 1621.

1621 – Hamyltoun, Christiane: tried for witchcraft in Inverkiething, Scotland 1621.

1621 – Harlow, Bessie: tried for witchcraft in Inverkiething, Scotland 1621.

1621 – Kent, Margaret: tried for witchcraft in Inverkiething, Scotland 1621.

1621 – Mundie, Beatrice: tried for witchcraft in Inverkiething, Scotland 1621.

1621 – Sawyer, Elizabeth, hanged as an accused witch at Tyburn, England, on 19 April, 1621.

1621 – Johannes Ooms, Meerhout, d. Herentals, superstition et magie, souvent denounce.

1621 – un homme, Ekeren, d. Anvers, guerisseur (Il est accuse d'user de practiques superstieuses, mais, il se defend en pretendant qu'il sagit de remedes naturels).

1622 – Couper, Marable: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in the north of Scotland in 1622.

1622 – Dyneis, Jonka: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in the north of Scotland in 1622.

1622 – Jones, Katherine: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in the north of Scotland in 1622.

1622 – Reoch, Elspeth: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in the north of Scotland in 1622.

1622 – Scottie, Agnes: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in the north of Scotland in 1622.

1622 – Wallace, Margaret: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Glascow, Scotland, in 1622.

1622 – Yullock, Agnes: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in the north of Scotland in 1622.

1622 – de Chantraine, Anne: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, as a witch in Waret-la-Chaussee, France, on October 17, 1622.

1622 – Petrus Van Der Holpe, sacristain, Denderhoutem, d. Grammont sortileges, s'amende (Deja denounce auparanant a Bruxelles, ce sacristain est menace par le doyen d'etre demis de ses fonctions. Il finit par s'amender.).

1623 – Une Femme, Wiel, d. Anvers, magie.

1624 – 2 executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Bedford, England, in 1624.

1625 – "maitre" Adrien forgeron, Haaltert, d. Alost, guerreur d'animaux, denonce au promoteur (De Brouwer ne mentionne pas ce cas, mais il signale un autre forgeron qui use de "mots etrange" pour guerir les vaches et les chevaux (t. I, p. 98, 1629). Quant a maitre Adrien, on lui reproche de fair mourir les vaches, plutot que les soigner.).

1626 – With his wife, daughter, and son Haan, George: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Bamberg, Germany, circa 1626, with his wife, daughter, and son.

1626 – 1629- 168 executions in the district of Miltenberg, Germany, between 1626-1629.

1626 – 1629- 40 executions at Berndit, Buttan, Ebenheit, Wenchdorf and Heinbach, Germany, between 1626-1629.

1626 – 1629- 56 executions at Mainz, Germany, between 1626-1629.

1626 – 1629- 77 executions at Burgstadt, Germany, between 1626-1629.

1626 – 1629- 8 executions in Prozelten and Amorbach, Germany between 1626-1629.

1626 – Anna Bos, Outer, d. Grammont, divination("Divination par la fusion du plomb."), s'amende.

1627 – Hennot, Catherine: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Germany in 1627.

1627 – and 1631- 900 executions at Bamberg, Germany, between 1627 and 1631.

1627 – 85 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Dieburg, Germany, in 1627.

1627 – 1629- 79 burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Offenburg, Austria, from 1627-1629.

1627 – la femme de Henricus Meert, Erembodegem, d. Alost, injuriee de sorciere, demande reparation(Catharina Straels, epose de Henricus Meert, fils de Petrus, demand la punition de sa belle-mere qui l'a injuriee d'etre sorciere: elle s'adresse au doyen lors de sa visite, celui-ci transmet au promoteur(De Brouwer, t.I, p. 98).

1628 – Desbordes, (first name unknown): burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in France, in 1628.

1628 – Junius, Johannes: of Bamberg, executed for suspicion of witchcraft as a witch, on 6 August, 1628.

1628-1629 – Bursten-Binderin, (first name unknown) beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628- 1629.

1628-1629 – Ancker, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Babel, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Babel, Zuickel: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Bannach, (husband) (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Bannach, (wife) (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Basser, Fredrick: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Batsch, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Bebelin, Gabriel: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Beck, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Beck, Viertel: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Bentz, (daughter) (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Bentz, (mother) (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Berger, Christopher: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Beutler, (first name unknown) beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Brickmann, (first name unknown) beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Bugler, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Canzler, (first name unknown) beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Crots, (son) (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Edelfrau, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Eyering, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Fleischbaum, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Gering, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Glaser, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Goldschmidt, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Gutbrod, (first name unknown:) beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Hafner, (son) (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Hammellmann, Melchoir: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Hans, David: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Hans, Kilian: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Harfner, (first name unknown): hanged as an accused witch herself in the prison of Bamberg, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Haus, (wife) (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Hirsch, Nicodemus: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Hoecker, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Hofschmidt, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Hofseiler, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Holtzmann, Stoffel: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Jung, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Knertz, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Knor, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Kramerin, Schelmerey: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Kuler, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Lambrecht, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Liebler, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Lutz, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Mark, Bernhard: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Meyer, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Rum, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Rutchser, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Schellhar, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Schenck, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Schickelte, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Schleipner, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Schneider, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Schutz, Babel: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Schwartz, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Schwerdt, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Seiler, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Silberhans, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Steicher, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Steinacher, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Steinbach, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Stier, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Stolzberger, (granddaughter) (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Stolzberger, (son) (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Stolzberger, (wife) (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Stuber, Laurence: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Sturmer, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Tungerslieber, (first name unknown) beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Vaecker, Paul: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Valkenburger, (daughter) (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Wagner, (first name unknown): burnt alive at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Wagner, Michael: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Weydenbusch, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Wirth, Klingen: beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628-1629 – Wunth, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1629.

1628 – 1639 Gobel, Barbara: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Wurzburg, Germany, 1628-1639.

1628 – Cornelius Van der Stricht, Appelterre, d. Gramont, injuriee Une Femme de "sorciere", refuse de revoquer ses injures.

1628 – Jacobus Heyns, Gavere, d. Alost, sortileges, poursuivi par l'eveque de Gand, puis Malines (Egalement cite par De Brouwer(t.I, p. 98).

1628 – le chapelain de Sotteghem, Michelbeke, d. Renaix, exorcismes abus, scandales, denonce au promoteur.

1629 – Hunter, Alexander: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1629.

1629 – 274 executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Eichstatt, Germany in 1629.

1630 – Geissler, Clara: strangled at Gelnhausen, Germany circa 1630.

1630 – Utley, (first name unknown): hanged as an accused witch at Lancaster, England, in 1630.

1630 – 1 hanged as an accused witch at Sandwich, in Kent, England, in 1630.

1630 – 124 executed for suspicion of witchcraft by the Teutonic Order at Mergentheim, Germany in 1630.

1630 – un vagabond, Outer, d. Grammont, exorcismes sous pretexte de medecine, denonce au bras seculier.

1630 – Une Femme, Neervelp, d. Tirlemont, predictions superstitions.

1630 – une pauvre femme, Budingen, d. Leau, predictions superstitions.

1631 – Bull, Edmund: hanged as an accused witch at Taunton, England, in 1631.

1631 – Valee, Melchoir de la: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Nancy, France, in 1631.

1631 – 3 executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Lindheim, Germany in 1631.

1631 – Balduinus Overstraeten, Waarbeke, D. Grammont, superstitions et poisons, promoteur(La mere de Balduinus a ete brulee comme sorciere; denonce a son tour, il prend la fuite et se refugie chez une "pythonisse" de la region de Halle (De Brouwer, t. I, p.98).

1631 – maitre Gerardus N., Erembodegen, d. Alost, exorcismes, promoteur(De Brouwer, t. I, p. 98, signale qu'il a ete plusiers fois fouette a Gand et ailleurs.).

1633 – Pomp, Anna: executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Lindheim, Germany, in 1633.

1633 – Catharina Van Linters, Neerheylissem, d. Tirlemont, superstitions, souvent denononcee (De Brouwer (t.I, p.98 et t.II, p. 22) a retrouve la trace de Catharina de Luithere de Neerheilissem en 1631 dans les registres de l'officialite de Bruxelles. Elle aurait gueri un enfant en prononcant des paroles incomprehensibles et en lui placant sur la tete et les pieds les feuilles d'un arbre "vlierboom." Depuis sa renommee n'a cesse de croitre et des gens viennent des villages avoisinants dans l'espoir d'etre gueris. Elles les recoit les jours de marche au "Witte duif" a Tirlemont...).

1633 – Petrus Ghaert, Bouwel, d. Herentals, possede du diable, le promoteur l'exorcise.

1633 – trois hommes, Erpe, d. Alost, vol sacrilege, (Les trois hommes ont vole un crane dans l'eglise de Erpe et l'ont place dans un arbre sur la place publique. La plaisanterie est prise au serieux par le cure qui les denonce comme "sacrileges.").

1634 – Grandier, Urbain, burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Loudon, France, on 18 August, 1634.

1636 – Petrus Baiemaecher, Ename, d. Renaix, sorcier, denonce au promoteur.

1638 – un homme, Sterrebeek, d. Bruxelles, guerisseur de chevaux (Cet homme jouit d'un grand renom et l'on vient de tres loin pour le consulter.).

1640 – Lamb, Dr.: stoned to death by a mob at St. Paul's Cross, London, England, in 1640.

1640-1651 – 30 burned as witches on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Lindheim, Germany, between 1640-1651.

1643 – Barker, Janet: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Scotland in 1643.

1643 – Brown, Janet: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Scotland in 1643.

1643 – Brugh, John: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Scotland in 1643.

1643 – Cumlaquoy, Marian: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Orkney, Scotland in 1643.

1643 – Fynnie, Agnes: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Scotland in 1643.

1643 – Lauder, Margaret: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Scotland in 1643.

1643 – Peebles, Marion: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, in Scotland in 1643.

1643 – une jeune fille, Berchem, d. Anvers, sorciere, souvent denoncee.

1644 – Wanderson, (wife 1) (first name unknown): executed for suspicion of witchcraft in England, in January, 1644.

1644 – Wanderson, (wife 2) (first name unknown): executed for suspicion of witchcraft in England, in January, 1644.

1645 – Lakeland, (first name unknown): burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Ipswich, England, in 1645.

1645 – Lowes, John: hanged as an accused witch at Bury, England, about 1645.

1645 – Parsons, Hugh, New England/MA Sprngfld, May not have been specifically accused in 1645.

1645 – Parsons, Mary, New England/MA Sprngfld, May not have been specifically accused in 1645.

1645 – 150 killed in England in the last six months of 1645.

1645 – 20 executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Norfolk, England, on evidence of Matthew Hopkins, before 26 July, 1645.

1645 – 29 condemned, on the evidence of Matthew Hopkins, at Chelmsford, England, on 29 July, 1645.

1646 – Louis, (first name unknown): executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Suffolk, England, in 1646.

1647 (5/25) – Young, Alse, New England/CT Windsor, hanged as an accused witch.

1647 – Baroni, Catterina: beheaded and burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April, 1647.

1647 – Boulle, Thomas: burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Rouen, France, on 21 August, 1647.

1647 – Camelli, Domenica: beheaded and burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April, 1647.

1647 – Caveden, Lucia: beheaded and burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April, 1647.

1647 – Cemola, Zinevra: beheaded and burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April, 1647.

1647 – Gratiadei, Domenica: beheaded and burned as a witch, on suspicion of practicing black magic and sorcery, at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April, 1647.

1647 – Younge, Alse: hanged as an accused witch in Connecticut, North America, on 26 May, 1647.

1648 (12/7) – Jonson, Mary, New England/CT Wethersfld, hanged as an accused witch.

1648 (6/15) – Jones, Margaret, New England/MA Charleston, executed for suspicion of witchcraft.

1648 – Jones, Margaret: executed for suspicion of witchcraft in Charlestown, North America, on 15 June, 1648.

1648 – Jones, Thomas, New England/MA Charleston, Arrrested, final fate unknown.

1648 – 2 executed for suspicion of witchcraft at Norwich, England, in 1648.

1648-1650 – 220+ in England and Scotland, on evidence of a Scottish Witch-finder, circa 1648-1650.

1649 – Bulmer, Matthew: hanged as an accused witch at Newcastle, England, in 1649.

1649 – Knott, Elizabeth: hanged as an accused witch at St. Albans, England, in 1649.

1649 – Oliver, Mary, New England/MA Boston, Confessed to Witchcraft, Fate unknown.

1649 – Palmer, John: hanged as an accused witch at St. Albans, England, in 1649.

1649 – 14 hanged as an accused witch at Newcastle, England, in 1649.

1650 – Allen, Joan: hanged as an accused witch at the Old Bailey, London, England, in 1650.

1650 – Lake, Mrs. H., New England/MA Boston, executed for suspicion of witchcraft.

1650 – 2 killed by a mob at Auxonne, France, in 1650.