A Guide to the Primary Sources of the Salem Witch Trials
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Source Citation Essex County Court Archives, vol. 1, no. 299, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, Judicial Archives, on deposit James Duncan Phillips Library, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA.
Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt (2009) No. 210: Deposition of David Ferneaux & Jonathan Walcott Jr. v. Sarah Procter
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    indicates that there is no original date present in the record itself, and there is a lack of sufficient circumstantial evidence, so the date given is the best approximation
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    See pp. 98-99 of Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt for more information about how dates were assigned.
  • May 23, 1692
  • : Deposition
The Salem Witchcraft Papers (1977) Vol. 2, p. 694: David Ferneaux and Jonathan Walcott, Jr. v. Sarah Proctor
Salem Witch Trials Documentary Archive (University of Virginia, 2019) No. 108.7: Deposition of David Ferneax & Jonathan Walcott , Jr. v. Sarah Proctor
Woodward's Records of Salem Witchcraft (1864) Vol. 2, p. 50: David Ferneaux & Jona Walcott jr. v. Sarah Procter
Levin's What Happened in Salem? (1960) N/A

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