The last woman in England condemned to death for being a witch
Jane Wenham: Wise Woman, Healer or Witch?
Ducking and drowning on suspicion of witchcraft
Was Ruth Osborne The "Tring Witch" or A Woman, Wrongly Accused?
Why was the last witch trial important to the heritage of Hertford? The last witch to be tried in England lived ...
In 1649, John Palmer and his kinswoman Elizabeth Knot were condemned and executed for Witchcraft at St Albans.
In the 16th and 17th centuries there was a subtle shift in attitudes to women that had particularly evil consequences. At ...