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SWP No. 106.26

(Elizabeth Booth v. Elizabeth Proctor and John Willard )

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The testimony of Elisebeth Booth Aged 18 yers or ther a bout testifieth that one the 8 of June hugh Joanes Apered unto me & told me that Elesebeth procter Kiled him be Cause he had a poght of sider of her which he had not paid her for

Elesebeth Booth.

The testimony of Elesebeth Booth. Aged 18 yers or their a bout testifieth that one the 8 of June Elesebeth Shaw apeared unto me & told me that Elesebeth proctor & John wilard Kiled Her Because she did not use those doctors she Advised her too

Elesebeth Booth

The testimony of Elesebeth Booth Aged 18 yers or their a bout testifieth that one the 8 of June the wife of John fulton Apered unto me & told me that Elesebeth proctor Kiled her Because she would not give her Aples when she sent for sum

Elesebeth Booth

The testimony of Elesebeth Booth Aged 18 yers or their a bout testifieth that one the 8 of June Doc'r Zerubabel Endecot Apered unto me & told me Elesebeth proctor Kiled him because they difered in their judgments a bout thomas veries wife & lickwis the saide Elesebeth proctor would have kiled doct Endecots wife but Cold not But lamed her a Good while

Elesebeth Booth
All the Depositions of Elisabeth Booth written in this side of paper were acknowledge by said Booth before & unto the Grand inquest on the: 30'th Day of June 1692 upon Oath
(Reverse) Procter
( Essex County Court Archives, Salem -- Witchcraft Vol. 1 Page 26 )