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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. I do not take full credit for this list but I do take some credit for it so please enjoy and once I remember where I got this from I will be certain to place the info here. Atrocities Timeline: 672 AD - Present



672-735ca- Bede wrote History of English, a history of Christianity in England. His book is referred to in the Malleus Maleficarum

900ca- Canon Episcopi

Exact Date Unknown Balcoin, Marie: burned in the reign of Henry IV of France

Exact Date Unknown 3-4000 killed during Cromwell's tenure in England

Exact Date Unknown 30, 000 (approx) burned by the Inquisition (not all may have been witches)

Exact Date Unknown 900 killed in Lorraine, France (years unknown)

Exact Date Unknown Barton, William: executed in Scotland (year unknown)

Exact Date Unknown Deiner, Hans: burned at Waldsee, Germany (year unknown)

Exact Date Unknown Dunhome, Margaret: burned in Scotland (year unknown)

1233- First Papal ordinance directly dealing with witchcraft- Bull by Pope Gregory IX (Ugolino, Count of Segni), to Conrad of Marburg, bidding him to proceed against the Luciferians. July 30 of that year, Conrad of Marburg murdered on the highway in pursuit of his duties.

1234- 8000 "Stedingers" killed on 27 May

1239- 180 burned for witchcraft at Montwimer, France, on 29 May

1258-, Bull by Pope Alexander IV (Rinaldo Conti), to Franciscan Inquisitors, bidding them refrain from judging any cases of witchcraft unless there was some very strong reason to suppose that heretical practice could also be amply proved.

1275 Barthe, Angela de la: burned at Toulouse, France

1307- 36 Knights Templar died under torture in France, in October

1310 Albano, Peter of: died in prison

1310- 54 Knights Templar burned in France, on 12 May

1312 DeMolay, Jacques: Grand Master of the Templars, burned in France on 22 March

1314- 39 Knights Templar burned in France, on 18 March

1315 Marigny, Enguerrand de: hanged in France

1317 Geraud, Hughes: burned in France

1320-1350- 200 + burned at Carcassonne, France

1323- "Some" burned at Kilkenny, Ireland

1324 Meath, Petronilla de: burned as a witch, the first such burning in Ireland, on 3 November

1324 Nottingham, John of: died in custody, Coventry, England

1330 Andrius, Barthelemy: burned at Carcassonne, France

1330 Andrius, Jean: burned at Carcassonne, France

1330 Andrius, Phillippe: burned at Carcassonne, France

1335 Ciceron, Andre: burned alive at Carcassonne, France

1335 Delort, Catherine: burned at Toulouse, France

1335 Georgel, Anna Marie de: burned at Toulouse, France

1335 Rodier, Catala: burned alive at Carcassonne, France

1335 Rodier, Paul: burned alive at Carcassonne, France

1335- 63 burned at Toulouse, France

1352- 8 burned at Carcassonne, France

1357- 31 burned at Carcassonne, France

1387-1400- 67 burned at Carcassonne, France

1399- 1 burned at Berlin, Germany

1400- "Several" witches burned alive at Simmenthal, Switzerland

1423- "Several" burned at Carcassonne, France

1428-1434- 200 + executed in the Valais, France

1428-1447- 167 executed in l'Isere, France

1431 d'Arc, Joan: burned at Rouen, France, on 30 May (note: the witchcraft charge in this case was -implied- and not specific)

1432- 16 executed in Toulouse, France

1433- 8 executed in Toulouse, France

1437- 150 executed in Briancon, France

1438 Vallin, Pierre: executed in France

1438, with 10 others Greland, Jean: burned at Chamonix, France

1439 Mazelier, Hanchemand de: arrested at Neuchatel, Germany

1440 Rais, Gilles de: on charges of witchcraft, executed 26 October

1441 Bolingbroke, Roger: hanged, drawn and quartered at Tyburn, England, on 18 November

1441 Jordemaine, Margery: burned at Smithfield, England, on 27 October

1446-1447- 3 burnt in Savoy

1453- 7 killed at Marmande, France

1455- 1 burned at Locarno, Italy

1459-, The horrors of Vlad Dracula, The Impaler.

1459- "Many" burned in Arras, France

1460 Jennin, (first name unknown): burned at Cambrai, France

1470- 2 burned in Burgundy, France

1472- 3 burned at Forno-Rivara, Italy

1474- 2 burned at Levone, in Italy

1475- 5 burned at Forno, Italy

1479- 12 women and "several" men burned at Edinburgh

1482- 4 burned at Metz, Germany

1482-1486- 48 burned at Constance

1484- December 9 The Bull of Innocent VIII, decreeing Inquisitors Sprenger and Kramer, authors of Malleus Maleficarum-, rights to "be empowered to proceed to the just correction, imprisonment, and punishment of any persons, without let or hindrance, in every way as if the provinces, townships, dioceses, districts, territories, yeah, even the persons and their crimes in this kind were named and particularly designated in Our letters."

1484- 2 burned at Toulouse, France

1485(ca)-41 witches of unknown name at Lombardy, in the domains of the Duke of Austria, County of Burbia. This witch was judged by 55 year old Inquisitor of Como and was eventually burned.

1485(ca)Walpurgis at either the diocese of Strasburg or Constance, in the town of Hagenau or Ratisbon accused of power of preserving silence by burning first-born sons in an oven and was eventually burned.

1485(pre)-Agnes at Constance, twenty-eight German miles from the town of Ratisbon in the direction of Salzburg accused of causing hail storms in the field of Kuppel. This witch was judged by Justice named Gelre and was eventually tortured and burned.

1485(pre)-Hengst at the diocese of Constance accused of curing people.

1485(pre)-Nembroth, the English Nimrod accused of magic and encouraging people to worship fire.

1485(pre)-Stadlin at Boltingen, a town in the ducy and diocese of Lausanne accused of inducing miscarriage with a serpent. This witch was judged by John Nider and was eventually burned.

1485(pre)-Staufer at Berne accused of changing into a mouse and was eventually stabbed. See more in Malleus Maleficarum, p. 148

1485(pre)-Zoroastre accused of study of the stars.

1485(pre)-bath-woman at Ratisbon accused of raising tempests and was eventually burned. See more in Malleus Maleficarum, p. 97

1485-Anna von Mindelheim at Constance, twenty-eight German miles from the town of Ratisbon in the direction of Salzburg accused of causing hail storms in the field of Kuppel. This witch was judged by Justice named Gelre and was eventually tortured and burned.

1485- 2 burned in Chaucy, France

1486- Maximilian I, Emperor of Germany and King of the Romans signs papers in Brussels giving permission to Sprenger and Kramer to carry out their duties, and commanding cooperation with them.

1488- 1 died in prison, at Metz, Germany

1488- 1 executed at Brieg, Germany, on 19 July

1488- 1 executed at Juxney, Germany, on 22 September

1488- 1 executed at Metz, Germany, on 2 September

1488- 1 executed at Salney, Germany, on 3 July

1488- 1 executed at Vigey, Germany, on 15 September

1488- 2 executed at Juxney, Germany, on 19 August

1488- 2 executed at Mairange, Germany, on 25 June

1488- 2 executed at Salney, Germany, on 12 July

1488- 3 executed at Chastel, Germany, on 26 June

1488- 3 executed at Mairange, Germany, on 17 June

1488- 3 executed at Metz, Germany, on 1 July

1488- 3 executed at Salney, Germany, on 19 July

1488- 5 executed at Thionville, Germany, on 23 August

1493-1541 Paracelsus. Physician who claimed that everything he learned came from an old witch.

1500's Amalaric, Madeline: burned in France

1500's Bragadini, Mark Antony: beheaded in Italy

1500- 1 executed in France

1507- 30 burned in Calahorra, Spain

1510- 1 burned in Saxony, Germany

1510- 60 burned in Northern Italy

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. Was forced out of Netherlands by the Catholic Governor, Duke of Alba. His book was denounced by Jean Bodin.

1515- 500 + burned in Geneva, Switzerland

1518 Kuhnlin, Elsa: burned at Waldsee, Germany

1518 Thausser, Simon, and his wife (no name given): burned at Waldsee, Germany

1518-1521- 64 burned in Val Camonica, Italy

1521- 2 burned in Besancon, France

1523- 100 burned in Como, Italy

1524- 1000 + in Como, Italy

1528 Wachin, Ursula: burned at Waldsee, Germany

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

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

1531 Mullerin, Elsbet: burned at Waldsee, Germany

1536- "A large number" executed at Saragossa, Spain

1540 Morin (first name unknown): burned at Rouen

1540 deLarue, (first name unknown): burned at Rouen

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

1546 Askew, Anne: burned for witchcraft

1549- 1 burned at Lyons, France

1549- 7 burned at Nantes, France

1555- 3 burned alive at Derneburg, Germany, on 4 October

1556- 1 burned alive at Bievires, France

1557 Douglas, Janet: burned at Castle, Hill, Scotland, on 17 July

1557 Hezensohn, Joachim: beheaded at Waldsee, Germany

1561- 5 burned at Verneuil, France

1563 to 1603- 17, 000 + in Scotland

1564- 4 burned at Potiers, France

1565 Waterhouse, (first name unknown): hanged in Dorset, England

1569 Paris, (first name unknown): hanged at St. Andrews, Scotland

1569 Steward, William: hanged at St. Andrews, Scotland

1569- 1 burned at St. Andrews, Scotland

1571 (or 1574) Trois-Echelles (pseud.): executed at Paris, France

1571- "Many" burned in France

1572 Bowman, Janet: burned in Scotland

1572- 1 burned at St. Andrews, Scotland

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- 70, 000 killed in England

1574 Arnold, (first name unknown): hanged at Barking, England

1574 Garnier, Gilles: burned as a werewolf in Dole

1574- "Several" executed in Paris, France

1574- 80 executed in one fire at Valery-en-Savoie, France

1576 Dunlop, Bessie: burned at Castle Hill, Edinburgh, Scotland

1576 Pajot, Marguerite: executed at Tonnerre, France

1577 Doree, Catherine: executed at Courveres, France

1578 Harvilliers, Jeanne: executed in France

1578- 3 executed in Dorset, England

1578- 36 persons executed at Kilkenny, Ireland

1581 Beuchel, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany

1581 Buckh, Appollonia: burned at Waldsee, Germany

1581 Einseler, Catharina: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July

1581 Flieger, Catharina: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July

1581 Isolin, Madlen: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July

1581 Rosch, Maria: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July

1581 Scharber, Elsbeth: burned at Waldsee, Germany

1581 Schwarz, Eva: burned at Waldsee, Germany

1581 Wuncil, Brigida: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 6 July

1582 Gabley, (first name unknown): executed at King's Lynn, England

1582- 18 killed at St. Oses, England

1583 Bonnet, Jean: burned alive at Boissy-en-Ferez, France

1583 Quattrino, Dominic: burned at Mesolcina, Italy

1583- "Several" burned in Mesolcina, Italy

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

1585 Hacket, Margaret: executed at Tyburn, England, on 19 February

1585 Lachenmeyer, Waldburg: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 5 July

1585 Reich, Maria: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 5 July

1585 Rohrfelder, Margaret: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 August

1585 Sailler, Ursula: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 August

1585 Treher, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 5 July

1585 Uhlmer, Barbara: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 August

1585 Wirth, Trauben: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 5 July

1586 Dormar, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 October

1586 Erb, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 March

1586 Hoyd, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 24 November

1586 Isel, Ursula: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 7 November

1586 Kleiss, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 30 October

1586 Marguerite, (last name unknown): burned at Paris, France

1586 Martin, Marie: executed in France

1586 Mayer, Christina: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 October

1586 Mirot, Dominic: burned at Paris, France

1586 Rauffains, Catharina: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 7 November

1586 Schneider, Felicitas: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 March

1586 Schultheiss, Ursula: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 March

1586 Sechelle, (first name unknown): burned at Paris, France

1586 Stadelmann, Ursula: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 7 November

1586 Weiss, Agatha: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 9 October

1587 Fray, Ursula: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 12 June

1587 Kless, Catharina: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 12 June

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

1588 Pearson, Alison: burned in Scotland on 28 May

1588- 1 burned at Riom, France

1589 Cunny, Joan: hanged in Chelmsford, England

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

1589 Huebmeyer, Appela: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 11 September

1589 Huebmeyer, Barbara: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 11 September

1589 Prentice, Joan: hanged in Chelmsford, England

1589 Schnelling, Anna: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 11 September

1589 Stubb, Peter: executed as a werewolf near Cologne, Germany

1589 Upney, Joan: hanged in Chelmsford, England

1589- 133 persons burned in one day at Quedlinburg, in Germany

1589- 2 burned at Cologne, Germany

1589- 48 burned in Wurttemberg, Germany

1590-1591 North Berwick Witches of Scotland:Trials of Johnne Feane, Agnes Sampsoune and others: Cunningham, John: burned at Edinburgh, in January, 1591 Duncan, Gellie: hanged in Scotland in 1591 Macalzean, Euphemia: burned alive in Scotland for witchcraft, on 25 June Napier, Barbara: hanged in Scotland in 1591 Sampsoune, Agnes: tried, strangled, and burnt for a witch in Scotland

1590- 54 burned in Franconia

1590-1600- 10 -daily- were burned (average) in the Duchy of Brunswick

1591- 1 burned in Ghent, Holland

1591-1600- 300 burned in Bern, Switzerland

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

1592-Maria Tshaseleren, St. Antelinks, d. Grammont, magie, D.B., I. p. 98

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

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

1594 Balfour, Alison: burned at Edinburgh, Scotland, on 16 December

1594 Birenseng, Agata: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 25 June

1594 Fray, Margaret: burned at Waldsee, Germany, on 25 June

1595 Calles, Helen: executed at Braynford, England, on 1 December

1595 Newell, Joane: executed at Barnett, England, on 1 December

1595- 9 executed in Toulouse, France

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

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

1596 Jollie, Alison: executed in Scotland, in October

1596 Stewart, Christian: strangled and burned in Scotland, in November

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 in France

1597 Chamoulliard, (first name unknown): burned in France

1597 Goodridge, Alse: executed at Darbie, England

1597 Porte, Vidal de la: condemned at Riom, France

1597 Roulet, Jacques: burned alive for being a were-wolf, at Angiers, France

1598 Aupetit, Pierre: burned at Bordeaux, France

1598- 1 burned in Ghent, Holland

1598- 24 burned in Aberdeen, Scotland

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

1599 Hoppo, (first name unknown): executed in Germany

1599 Kerke, Anne: executed at Tyburn, England

1599 Stadlin, (first name unknown): executed in Germany

1599- 77 burned in Vaud, Switzerland

1600-1680 in Great Britain- 40,000 executed

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 in Yorkshire, England

1603-1605- 205 burned at the Abbey of Fulda, Germany

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 in Hertford, England

1607 Grierson, Isobel: burned in Scotland in March

1607- "Several" witches executed in Derbyshire, England

1607- 24 burned + 3 suicides in Hagenau, Alsace

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

1608- July 24 Letter- written by Johannes Junius to his daughter before his execution for witchcraft.

1608 Tod, Beigis: burned at Lang Nydrie, Scotland, on 27 May

1608- "A number of women" burned at Breehin, Scotland

1608- 1 burned alive by a mob at St. Jean de Liuz, France

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 at Vesoul, France as being the Devil's banker, on 18 January

1610 and 1840- 22, 000 (approx) executed in Bamberg, Germany

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 at Marseilles, France, at 5:00 pm on 30 April

1612 Barber, Mary: executed in Northhampton, England, on 22 July

1612 Bill, Arthur: executed in Northhampton, England, on 22 July

1612 Browne, Agnes: executed in Northhampton, England, on 22 July

1612 Browne, Joan: executed in Northhampton, England, on 22 July

1612 Bulcock, Jane: executed in Lancaster, England

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

1612 Device, Alizon: executed in Lancaster, England

1612 Device, Elizabeth: executed in Lancaster, England

1612 Device, James: executed in Lancaster, England

1612 Hewitt, Katherine: executed in Lancaster, England

1612 Jenkenson, Helen: executed in Northhampton, England, on 22 July

1612 Nutter, Alice: executed in Lancaster, England

1612 Preston, Jennet: executed in York, England

1612 Redfearne, Anne: executed in Lancaster, England

1612 Robey, Isobel: executed in Lancaster, England

1612 Whittle, Anne: executed in Lancaster, England

1613 Sutton (mother) (first name unknown): executed in Bedford, England

1613 Sutton, Mary: executed in Bedford, England

1613-plusieurs sorcieresa, Hoboken, d. Anvers, sorcellerie

1615 Hunt, Joan: hanged in Middlesex, England

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

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

1616 Berrye, Agnes: hanged at Enfield, England

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

1616 Rutter, Elizabeth: hanged in Middlesex, England

1616 Smith, Mary: hanged at King's Lynn, England

1616- 18 killed at Orleans, France

1616- 9 hanged at Leicester, England

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-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 at Londinieres, France

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 Baker, Anne: executed in Leicester, England

1619 Flower, Joan: died before trial, at Lincoln, England

1619 Flower, Margaret: executed at Lincoln, England, in March

1619 Flower, Phillippa: executed at Lincoln, England, in March

1619 Green, Ellen: executed in Leicester, England

1619 Willimot, Joan: executed in Leicester, England

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

1619- 200 + executed at Labourt, France

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 at Nancy, France

1620 Poiret, (first name unknown): burned at Nancy, France

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

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

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

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

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

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

1621 Sawyer, Elizabeth, hanged at Tyburn, England, on 19 April

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 in the north of Scotland

1622 Dyneis, Jonka: burned in the north of Scotland

1622 Jones, Katherine: burned in the north of Scotland

1622 Reoch, Elspeth: burned in the north of Scotland

1622 Scottie, Agnes: burned in the north of Scotland

1622 Wallace, Margaret: executed in Glascow, Scotland

1622 Yullock, Agnes: burned in the north of Scotland

1622 de Chantraine, Anne: burned as a witch in Waret-la-Chaussee, France, on October 17

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 at Bedford, England

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 at Bamberg, Germany, with his wife, daughter, and son

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

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

1626-1629- 56 executions at Mainz, Germany

1626-1629- 77 executions at Burgstadt, Germany

1626-1629- 8 executions in Prozelten and Amorbach, Germany

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

1627 Hennot, Catherine: burned alive in Germany

1627 and 1631- 900 executions at Bamberg, Germany

1627- 85 burned in Dieburg, Germany

1627-1629- 79 burned at Offenburg, Austria

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 in France

1628 Junius, Johannes: of Bamberg, executed as a witch, on 6 August

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1628-1629 Harfner, (first name unknown): hanged herself in the prison of Bamberg

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1628-1629 Mark, Bernhard: burned alive at Wurzburg, Germany

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1628-1629 Gobel, Barbara: burned at Wurzburg, Germany

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 at Edinburgh, Scotland

1629- 274 executed in Eichstatt, Germany

1630 Geissler, Clara: strangled at Gelnhausen, Germany

1630 Utley, (first name unknown): hanged at Lancaster, England

1630- 1 hanged at Sandwich, in Kent, England

1630- 124 executed by the Teutonic Order at Mergentheim, Germany

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 at Taunton, England

1631 Valee, Melchoir de la: burned at Nancy, France

1631- 3 executed at Lindheim, Germany

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 at Lindheim, Germany

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 at Loudon, France, on 18 August

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

1640-1651- 30 burned in Lindheim, Germany

1643 Barker, Janet: burned in Scotland

1643 Brugh, John: burned in Scotland

1643 Cumlaquoy, Marian: burned at Orkney, Scotland

1643 Fynnie, Agnes: burned in Scotland

1643 Lauder, Margaret: burned in Scotland

1643 Peebles, Marion: burned in Scotland

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

1644. Wanderson, (wife 1) (first name unknown): executed in England, in January

1644. Wanderson, (wife 2) (first name unknown): executed in England, in January

1645-1692-The New England witch trials, including that of Margaret Jones

1645 Lakeland, (first name unknown): burned at Ipswich, England

1645 Lowes, John: hanged at Bury, England

1645 Parsons, Hugh, New Engl/MA Sprngfld, May not have been specifically accused

1645- 150 killed in England in the last six months

1645- 20 executed in Norfolk, England, on evidence of Matthew Hopkins, before 26 July 1645- 29 condemned, on the evidence of Matthew Hopkins, at Chelmsford, England, on 29 July

1646 Louis, (first name unknown): executed at Suffolk, England

1647 (5/25)Young, Alse, New Engl/CT Windsor, Hanged.

1647 Baroni, Catterina: beheaded and burned at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April

1647 Boulle, Thomas: burned alive at Rouen, France, on 21 August

1647 Camelli, Domenica: beheaded and burned at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April

1647 Caveden, Lucia: beheaded and burned at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April

1647 Cemola, Zinevra: beheaded and burned at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April

1647 Gratiadei, Domenica: beheaded and burned at Castelnovo, Italy, on 14 April

1647 Younge, Alse: hanged in Connecticut, North America, on 26 May

1648 (12/7)Jonson, Mary, New Engl/CT Wethersfld, Hanged.

1648 Jones, Margaret: executed in Charlestown, North America, on 15 June

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

1648- 2 executed at Norwich, England

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

1649 Bulmer, Matthew: hanged at Newcastle, England

1649 Knott, Elizabeth: hanged at St. Albans, England

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

1649 Palmer, John: hanged at St. Albans, England

1649- 14 hanged at Newcastle, England

1650 Allen, Joan: hanged at the Old Bailey, London, England

1650 Lake, Mrs. H., New Engl/MA Boston, Executed

1650- 2 killed by a mob at Auxonne, France

1651 (3/6+)Carrington, Joan, New Engl/CT Hartford, Hanged.

1651 (3/6+)Carrington, John, New Engl/CT Hartford, Hanged.

1651 (5/29)Parsons, Mary, New Engl/MA Springfield, Executed.

1651 (5/31)Parsons, Hugh, New Engl/MA Springfield, Aquitted.

1651 "Hostile Indians"?, New Engl/United Colonies, Harassed Uncas, a Mahegan Sachem.

1651 Bassett, "Goody", New Engl/CT Stratford, Hanged.

1651 Bradstreet, John, New Engl/MA Rowley, Fined 20 shillings and a whipping.

1651 Godman, Elizabeth, New Engl/CT New Haven, Freed her "under suspicion"

1651 Kendal, Mrs., New Engl/MA Cambridge, Executed.

1652, 1660-Maria Michiels, Neerlinter, d. Leau, incantations, sortileges, le cure lui refuse l'absolution

1652 Adamson, Francis: executed at Durham, England

1652 Ashby, Anne: hanged at Maidstone, England, in July

1652 Browne, Mary: hanged at Maidstone, England, in July

1652 Huxley, Catherine: hanged at Worcester, England in the summer

1652 Martyn, Anne: hanged at Maidstone, England, in July

1652 Peterson, Joan: hanged at Tyburn, England, in April

1652 Powle, (first name unknown): executed at Durham, England

1652 Reade, Mary: hanged at Maidstone, England, in July

1652 Wilson, Anne: hanged at Maidstone, England, in July

1652 Wright, Mildred: hanged at Maidstone, England, in July

1653 Bodenham, Anne: hanged at Salisbury, England

1653 Godfrey, John, New Engl/MA Andover, Final trial not held until 1659, outcome unknown.

1653 Knapp, "Goody", New Engl/CT Fairfield, Hanged.

1653 Newman, Elizabeth: executed at Whitechapel, England

1653 Staples, Mrs. T., New Engl/CT Fairfield, Aquitted and her accuser, Roger Ludlow, was fined 20 Pounds

1653-Guillaume Van der Stricht, Steenhuise, d. Renaix, magie aved Petrus Valentijn, cfr no. 40

1653-Petrus Becaert, Maarke, d. Renaix, sortilege, officialite

1654 (10/16) Mrs. Rich, Acquitted, New Engl/MD Manship, her Accuser Peter Godson

1654 (9)Gilbert, Lydia, New Engl/CT Windsor, Hanged.

1654 Lee, Mary, New Engl/MD, Hanged at sea, No verdict found on John Bosworth

1654- 102 burned in Zuckmantel, Germany

1654-Cornelius Huysmans cure de, Erpe, d. Alost, superstitions, officialite de Malines (De Brouwer, t, II, p. 647: Cornelius Huysman, cure de Erpe et l'ont condamne pour superstitions le 12 mars 1654; t.II, p. 732 et 768: il doit payer une amend de 17 florins.

1655 (10/4)Godman, Elizabeth, New Engl/CT New Haven, (Third Trial) Verdict "Suspicious of Witchcraft", released

1655 (9/?)Godman, Elizabeth, New Engl/CT New Haven, (Second Trial) Verdict "Suspicious of Witchcraft"

1655 Bayley, Mrs. Nicholas, New Engl/CT New Haven, Freed, but banished from the Colony.

1655 Boram, (daughter) (first name unknown): hanged at Bury St Edmunds, England

1655 Boram, (mother) (first name unknown): hanged at Bury St Edmunds, England

1656 (6/19)Hibbins, Anne, New Engl/MA Salem, Executed; Hanged

1656 Cole, Eunice, New Engl/NH Hampton, Discharged and released.

1656 Harding, William, New Engl/VA Nrthmbrld, Ten Stripes from a lash, and permanent banishment

1656 Hibbins, Anne: hanged in Boston, Massachusetts on 19 June

1656 Welford, Jane, New Engl/NH Dover, Freed upon condition of good behavior.

1656-Elizabeth Van Ongelege, Geetbets, d. Leau, divinatrice

1657, 1668-une femme, Grez-Doiceau, magie et concubinage, promoteur

1657 Batchelor, Goodwife, New Engl/MA, Final result unknown.

1657 Hogg, Jane, New Engl/MA, Final result unknown.

1657 Hogg, (fnu), New Engl/MA?, Final result unknown.

1657 Meaker, William, New Engl/CT New Haven, Acquitted.

1657 Pope, Anne, New Engl/MA, Final result unknown.

1657-March, Jennette Huart-and others strangled and burned as witches in Sugny, Belgium.

1658 (9/5)Jenning, Margaret, New Engl/CT Saybrook, Released when the jury became Hanged.

1658 (9/5)Jenning, Nicholas, New Engl/CT Saybrook, Released when the jury became Hanged.

1658 Brooks, Jane: hanged in England on 26 March

1658 Elizabeth, Richardson, New Engl/MD, Hanged at sea, No verdict found on Edward Prescott

1658 Garlick, Eliz. "Goody", New Engl/CT Easthamptn, Released but had to pay court costs.

1658 Grade, Katherine, New Engl/Jamestown, Hanged at sea, Cpt. Bennet was call for by a jury

1658 Oliver, Mary: burned at Norwich, England

1658 Orchard, (first name unknown): executed at Salisbury, England

1658- 18 burned at Castle Hill, Edinburgh, Scotland

1658-Maria Burgels, Neerlinter, d. Leau, divinatrice

1659 Robinson, Mrs. John, New Engl/VA, Acuitted., Accuser had to pay a hefty fine.

1660 Brose, Elizabeth: tortured to death in the castle of Gommern, Germany, on 4 November

1660 Holman, Winifred, New Engl/MA Cambridge, Unknown Verdict.

1660 Holmes, Mrs. W, New Engl/Plymouth, Acquitted.

1660 Wright, Mary, New Engl/Long Island, Acquitted of Witchery; Convicted of being Quaker

1660-Vigilia Van Huverdael 1660, Hoeleden, d. Leau, sortileges et "perditissima"

1661 Allen, Jonet: burned in Scotland

1662 (1/20)Greensmith, Nathanial, New Engl/CT Hartford, Hanged., Accused by his wife Rebecca

1662 (1/20)Sanford, Andrew, New Engl/CT Hartford, Acquitted, Accused, of "disturbing" Anna Cole.

1662 Ayres, Goodwife, New Engl/CT Hartford, Accused by the daughter of John Kelley

1662 Ayres, William, New Engl/CT Hartford, Accused by the daughter of John Kelley

1662 Barnes, Mary, New Engl/CT Farmington, Hanged.

1662 Grant, Mrs. Peter, New Engl/CT Hartford verdict unknown

1662 Greensmith, Rebecca, New Engl/CT Hartford, Hanged. Accused by William Ayres

1662 Palmer, Katherine, New Engl/CT Hartford verdict unknown

1662 Sanford, Mary, New Engl/CT Hartford, Hanged., Accused by William Ayres

1662 Seager, Elizabeth, New Engl/CT Hartford, Tried three times, acquitted twice.

1662 Varleth, Judith, New Engl/CT Hartford, Found guilty 1/6., She was released.

1662 Wakely, James, New Engl/CT Hartford, Verdict unknown, but since he quickly escaped

1663-1728 Mather, Cotton- defends the trials and executions in New England. In 1689 writes Memorable Providence Relating to Witchcrafts and Possessions

1663 Cox, Julian: executed at Taunton, England

1663 Schuler, (first name not known): burned at Lindheim, Germany on 23 February

1664 Cullender, Rose: executed at Bury St Edmunds, England, on 17 March

1664 Duny, Amy: executed at Bury St Edmunds, England, on 17 March

1664 Style, Elizabeth: died in prison, at Taunton, England

1670 Drummond, Alexander: executed in Edinburgh, Scotland

1670 Oswald, Catherine: burned in Scotland

1670 Weir, Thomas: burned between Edinburgh and Leith, Scotland, on 11 April

1670- 85 executed at Mohra, Sweden, on 25 August

1671, 1672-un homme, Bonheiden, d. Malines, familiarite avec le diable

1671-Antoine Goyvaerts laic, Wilhelm, d. Oordegem, benefictions, superstitions

1671-le cure d', Oudegem, d. Alost, exorcismes sans permission

1672-1683, 1684-1685-Englebert Reydanus, Winksele, d. Louvain, devin, persevere, (Enferme tout d'abord chez les Alexiens de Louvain, dans l'espoir de le convertir, il est enleve par ses fils, s'enfuit a Bruxelles ou il reprend ses pratiques. Aucun ne semble avoir ete inquiete par la suite.

1674 Foster, Anne: hanged at Northampton, England

1674-1677- 71 beheaded or burned in Sweden

1676-Anna Scheppers, Tielt N.D., d. Diest, magie

1678- 11 burned at Prestonpans, Scotland

1678- 90 burned at Salzburg, Austria

1680 Thompson, Annaple: burned in Scotland

1680 Craw, William: burned in Scotland

1680 Deshayes, Catherine: burned on 22 February

1680 Hamilton, Margaret: burned in Scotland

1680 Pichler, Emerenziana: burned at Defereggen, Germany, on 25 September (her two sons, aged 12 and 14, were also burned two days later)

1680 Pringle, Margaret: burned in Scotland

1680 Vickar, Bessie: burned in Scotland

1680- 36 executed in Paris, France

1681, 1687, 1697-Anna Van den Plas, Langdorp, d. Diest, "notoria peccatrix", superstitions, divinatrice

1682 Edwards, Susanna: hanged at Bideford, England

1682 Lloyd, Temperance: hanged at Bideford, England

1682 Trembles, Mary: hanged at Bideford, England

1684-1685- "Several" burned at Rouen, France

1687- 3 executed (Suzanna, Isle and Catherine (last names unknown) at Arendsee, Germany

1688 Glover, "Goody", New Engl/MA Salem, Executed; Hanged.

1690-1694- 36 burned at Nordlingen, Germany

1690-un religieux d'Averbode, cure de, Messelbroeck, d. Diest, exorcise sans permission

1692 (2/29)Cloyce, Sarah, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined., Rebecca Nurse's sister

1692 (2/29)Tituba, Tried., New Engl/MA Salem, Carib Indian Slave

1692 (4/22)Abbott, Nehemiah, New Engl/MA Topsfield, Cleared of charges.

1692 (4/22)Bishop, Edward, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 (4/22)Bishop, Sarah, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 (4/22)Black, Mary, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 (4/22)English, Mary, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 (5/10)Dustin, Lydia, New Engl/MA Reading, Examined., Died in prison.

1692 (5/10)Jacobs, Margaret, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 (5/10)Osborne, Sarah, New Engl/MA Salem, She died in prison in Boston

1692 (5/18)Easty, Mary, New Engl/MA Salem, Released after examination.

1692 (5/2)Morey, Sarah, New Engl/MA Beverly, Examined

1692 (5/31)Alden, John, New Engl/MA Boston, Examined

1692 (5/9)Churchill, Sarah, New Engl/MA Salem, examined., One of the Afflicted girls.

1692 (6/10)Bishop, Bridget, New Engl/MA Salem, Executed; Hanged

1692 (7/19)Good, Sarah, New Engl/MA Salem, Executed; Hanged (Wife of a common laborer)

1692 (7/19)How, Elizabeth, New Engl/MA Topsfield, Executed; Hanged

1692 (7/19)Martin, Susannah, New Engl/MA Amesbury, executed

1692 (7/19)Nurse, Rebecca, New Engl/MA Salem, Executed; Hanged

1692 (7/19)Wildes, Sarah, New Engl/MA Topsfield, Executed; Hanged

1692 (8/19) Burroughs, George, New Engl/Maine Wells, Executed; Hanged.

1692 (8/19)Carrier, Martha, New Engl/MA Andover, Executed; Hanged

1692 (8/19)Jacobs, George (Sr), New Engl/MA Salem, executed; Hanged

1692 (8/19)Proctor, John, New Engl/MA Salem, Executed; Hanged

1692 (8/19)Willard, John, New Engl/MA Salem, Executed; Hanged

1692 (8/6)Proctor, Elizabeth, New Engl/MA Salem, Tried Witchcraft

1692 (9/16)Corey, Giles, New Engl/MA Salem, Pressed to Death.

1692 (9/17)Eames, Rebecca, New Engl/MA Andover, tried and condemned

1692 (9/17)Faulkner, Abigail (Jr), New Engl/MA Salem, tried and condemned

1692 (9/17)Faulkner, Abigail (Sr), New Engl/MA Salem, tried and condemned

1692 (9/17)Foster, Ann, New Engl/MA Andover, Tried and condemned., Died in Prison?

1692 (9/17)Hobbs, Abigail, New Engl/MA Topsfield, tried and condemned, She confessed (4/19)

1692 (9/17)Lacy, Mary, New Engl/MA Andover, (Jr), Tried and condemned., Age 15. Granddaughter of Ann Foster.

1692 (9/21)Hoar, Dorcas, New Engl/MA Beverly, Confessed. Her execution was delayed.

1692 (9/22) Reed, Wilmott, New Engl/MA Marblehead, Executed; Hanged

1692 (9/22)Corey, Martha, New Engl/MA Salem, Executed; Hanged

1692 (9/22)Easty, Mary, New Engl/MA Salem, Executed; Hanged

1692 (9/22)Parker, Alice, New Engl/MA Salem, Executed; Hanged

1692 (9/22)Parker, Mary, New Engl/MA Andover, Executed; Hanged

1692 (9/22)Parker, Sarah, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined

1692 (9/22)Pudeator, Anne, New Engl/MA Salem, Executed; Hanged

1692 (9/22)Scott, Margaret, New Engl/MA Salem ?, Executed; Hanged

1692 (9/22)Wardwell, Samuel, New Engl/MA Andover, Executed; Hanged

1692 (9/9)Bradbury, Mary, New Engl/MA Salisbury, tried and condemned 9/9

1692, 19 August Burroughs, George: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 August

1692- Salem Witch Trials: five hanged on July 19 - August, -five were hanged, on September 22, another eight. (a dog was also executed.)

1692 Dicer, Elizabeth, New Engl/ME Piscataqua, Examined.

1692 Dike, Rebecca, New Engl/MA Gloucester, Examined.

1692 Dolliver, Ann, New Engl/MA Gloucester, Examined.

1692 Elwell, Esther, New Engl/MA Gloucester, Examined.

1692 Emons, Joseph, New Engl/MA Manchester, Examined.

1692 Frost, Nicholas, New Engl/MA Manchester, Examined

1692 Peney, Joan, New Engl/MA Gloucester, Examined.

1692 Piscataqua, Hardy, New Engl/ME, Thomas, Examined

1692 Prince, Margaret, New Engl/MA Gloucester, Examined.

1692 Roe, Abigail, New Engl/MA Gloucester, Examined.

1692 Sparks, Martha, New Engl/MA Chelmsford, Examined.

1692, Candy, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined Barbados Slave.

1692 Abbott, Arthur, New Engl/MA Ipswich ?, Examined

1692 Andrew, Daniel, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 Barker, Abigail, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined

1692 Barker, Mary, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined

1692 Barker, William (Jr.), New Engl/MA Andover, Examined

1692 Barker, William (Sr.), New Engl/MA Andover, Confessed.

1692 Bassett, Sarah, New Engl/MA Lynn, Examined

1692 Bibber, Sarah, New Engl/MA Wenham, Examined

1692 Bishop, Briget: hanged at Salem, New England on 10 June

1692 Bridges, Mary (Jr), New Engl/MA Andover, Accused.

1692 Bridges, Mary (Sr), New Engl/MA Andover, Accused.

1692 Bridges, Sarah, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined

1692 Bromage, Hannah, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined

1692 Buckley, Sarah, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 Carrier, Andrew, New Engl/MA Andover, Verdict? Son of Thomas and Martha Carrier

1692 Carrier, Martha: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 August

1692 Carrier, Richard, New Engl/MA Andover, Verdict? Son of Thomas and Martha Carrier

1692 Carrier, Sarah, New Engl/MA Andover, Confessed., Daughter of Thomas and Martha Carrier (Age 8)

1692 Carrier, Thomas (Jr.), New Engl/MA Andover, Confessed. Son of Thomas and Martha Carrier

1692 Carroll, Hannah, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined.

1692 Carter, Bethia (Jr.), New Engl/MA Woburn, Examined.

1692 Carter, Bethia (Sr.), New Engl/MA Woburn, Examined.

1692 Cary, Elizabeth, New Engl/MA Charlestn, Examined.

1692 Clarke, Mary, New Engl/MA Haverhill, Examined.

1692 Clenton, Rachel, New Engl/MA Ipswich, Examined.

1692 Cole, Sarah, New Engl/MA Lynn, Examined.

1692 Cole, Sarah, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined.

1692 Colson, Elizabeth, New Engl/MA Reading, Examined.

1692 Corey, Giles: pressed to death at Salem, New England, on 19 September

1692 Corey, Martha: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September

1692 Dane, Deliverance, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Davis, Sarah, New Engl/MA Wenham, Examined.

1692 DeRich, Mary, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined.

1692 Downing, Mehitabel, New Engl/MA Ipswich?, Examined.

1692 Draper, Joseph, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Dustin, Sarah, New Engl/MA Reading, Examined.

1692 Eames, Daniel, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Easty, Mary: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September

1692 Emerson, Martha, New Engl/MA Haverhill, Examined.

1692 English, Philip, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 Farrer, Thomas, New Engl/MA Lynn, Examined

1692 Farrington, Edward, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined

1692 Faulkner, Dorothy, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined

1692 Flood, John, New Engl/MA Rowley, Examined

1692 Fosdick, Elizabeth, New Engl/MA Malden, Examined

1692 Fry, Eunice, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined

1692 Good, Dorcas, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 Good, Sarah: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 July

1692 Green, Mary, New Engl/MA Haverhill, Examined

1692 Hart, Elizabeth, New Engl/MA Lynn, Examined

1692 Hatfield, Rachel, New Engl/MA Ipwich?, Examined

1692 Hawks, Margaret, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 Hawks, Sarah, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined

1692 Hobbs, Deliverance, New Engl/MA Topsfield, Examined

1692 Hobbs, William, New Engl/MA Topsfield, Examined

1692 How, Elizabeth: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 July

1692 Howard, John, New Engl/MA Rowley, Examined

1692 Hubbard, Elizabeth, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 Hutchins, Francis, New Engl/MA Haverhill, Examined

1692 Ireson, Mary, New Engl/MA Lynn, Examined

1692 Jackson, John (Jr), New Engl/MA Rowley, Examined

1692 Jackson, John (Sr), New Engl/MA Rowley, Examined

1692 Jacobs, George (Jr), New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 Jacobs, George: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 August

1692 Jacobs, Rebecca, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined

1692 Johnson, Abigail, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined. Age 11.

1692 Johnson, Elizabeth (Jr), New Engl/MA Andover, Examined. Age 22.

1692 Johnson, Elizabeth (Sr), New Engl/MA Andover, Examined. Age 51.

1692 Johnson, Rebecca, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Johnson, Stephen, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined. Age 13.

1692 Lee, John, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Lewis, Mercy, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined.

1692 Lilly, Jane, New Engl/MA Malden, Examined.

1692 Marston, Mary, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Martin, Susannah: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 July

1692 Nurse, Rebecca: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 July

1692 Osborne, Mary, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Osburne, Sarah: died in prison at Boston, Massachusetts, 10 May

1692 Paine, Ellizabeth, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Parker, Alice: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September

1692 Parker, Mary: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September

1692 Pease, Sarah, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined.

1692 Post, Hannah, New Engl/MA Rowley, Examined.

1692 Post, Mary, New Engl/MA Rowley, Examined.

1692 Post, Susannah, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Procter, John: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 August

1692 Proctor, Benjamin, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined.

1692 Proctor, Sarah, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined.

1692 Proctor, William, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined.

1692 Pudeator, Anne: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September

1692 Reed, Wilmot: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September

1692 Rice, Sarah, New Engl/MA Reading, Examined.

1692 Roots, Susannah, New Engl/MA Beverly, Examined.

1692 Salter, Henry, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Sawdy, John, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Scott, Margaret: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September

1692 Sears, Ann, New Engl/MA Woburn, Examined.

1692 Sheldon, Susannah, New Engl/MA Salem , Examined.

1692 Somes, Abigail, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined.

1692 Taylor, Mary, New Engl/MA Reading, Examined.

1692 Tookey, Job, New Engl/MA Beverly, Examined.

1692 Toothaker, New Engl/MA Billerica, Examined. (Daughter of Mary)

1692 Toothaker, Jerson, New Engl/MA Billerica, Examined.

1692 Toothaker, Mary, New Engl/MA Billerica, Examined.

1692 Toothaker, Roger, New Engl/MA Billerica, Examined.

1692 Tyler, Johanna, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Tyler, Martha, New Engl/MA Andover, Confessed

1692 Vincent "Widow", Examined.

1692 Wardwell, Mercy, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Wardwell, Samuel: executed at Salem, New England, on 22 September

1692 Wardwell, Sarah, New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Warren, Sarah, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined.

1692 Wildes, Sarah: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 July

1692 Wilford, Ruth, New Engl/MA Haverhill, Examined.

1692 Willard, John: executed at Salem, New England, on 19 August

1692 Williams, Abigail, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined.

1692 Wilson, Sarah (Jr.), New Engl/MA Andover, Examined.

1692 Wilson, Sarah (Sr.), New Engl/MA Andover, Confessed

1692 Witheridge, Mary, New Engl/MA Salem, Examined.

1693 Chambers, (first name unknown): died in prison, in England

1693-Petrus Van Cauenberghe, Mater, d. Renaix, devin et "famosus potator"...

1697 Reid, John: hanged himself in prison, in Scotland

1697- 5 burned at Paisley, Scotland, on 10 June

1698- 9 persons burned at Burghausen, Germany, all under 16 years of age, on 26 March

1699- 1 burned at Antrim, Ireland

1704 Corset, Janet: killed by a mob at Pittenweem, Scotland

1705 Rattray, George: executed in Spott, Scotland

1705 Rattray, Lachlan: executed in Spott, Scotland

1705- "Many" burned at Spott Loan, Scotland

1710-Pater Avertein carme dechausse cure de, Grand Bigard, d. Bruxelles, exercice illegal de la medecine, officialite (De Brouwer, t. II, 9. 687: le pere Avertein est poursuivi par le corps des medecins de Bruxelles pour exercice illegal de la medecine.)

1712, 1716 Exact Date Unknown, Zeelik, d. Bruxelles, exorcismes, pour denouer l'aiguillette

1716 and 1717- 2 persons killed in the Trentino, Austria

1718- 1 executed in France

1722- 2 persons, a mother and daughter, burned in Scotland

1728- 13 burned at Szegedin, Hangedary

1730 - 1 burned at Szegedin, Hangedary

1737-1739-Adrien Van Achter forgeron, Herzele, d. Alost, exorcismes sur gens et betes officialite (De Brouwer, t. I, p.98: il est condamne par la cour spirituelle en 1739.

1738- 13 burned alive at Szegedin, Hangedary on 23 July

1739-Lievin Segers, Denderwindeke, d. Grammont, menaces malefiques, on, on lui fait des cadeaux parce qu'on le craint ...

1744- 3 burned at Karpfen, Germany

1746- 1 executed at Szegedin, Hangedary

1746- 3 burned at Muhlbach, Germany

1749 Mossau, Renata von: beheaded and burned in Bavaria, Germany, on 21 June

1751 Bayerin, Anna: executed at Salzburg, Austria

1751 Osborne, (husband) (first name unknown): killed by a mob at Tring, Herefordshire, England

1751 Osborne, (wife) Ruth: killed by a mob at Tring, Herefordshire, England

1752- 1 executed at Maros Vasarheli, (nation unknown)

1772 Nathan, Abraham: executed at Haeck, Germany, on 24 September

1772 and 1779- 100 + executed at Haeck, Germany

1775 Schwaegel, Anna Maria: beheaded at Kempten, Germany, on 11 April

1782 Goeldin, Anna: hanged at Glaris, Switzerland, on 17 June

1792-The last trial and judicial execution in Europe itself was probably that of two aged beldames, Satanists, who were burned at the stake in Poland

1793-, the year of the Second Partition, during reign of Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski.

1793- 2 burned in Poland

1800's- "Several" burned in South America

1808 Russell, Alice: killed by a mob at Great Paxton, England, 20 May

1865 "Dummy" (name unknown; he was deaf-and-dumb): killed by a mob at Sible Hedingham, England, on 3 August

1875 Turner, Ann: murdered in England

1920-Joan of Arc declared a saint.

1922 Challiot, (first name unknown): murdered at St. Georges, France, in February

1925- 1 shot by a policeman at Uttenheim, Germany, on suspicion of being a were-wolf, in November

1929- Montague Summers writes introductions for old books used for Inquisition, praising their works.

1929- 1 murdered in Pennsylvania

Today- Rural/tribal men, women, and children (even entire families) are accused and burned as witches by superstitious, frenzied communities. This atrocity is not limited to women, there have been whole families lynched for poor crops and "traditional witchcraft".