The Salem Witch Hunt

One of the most disturbing events in early New England History are the Salem Witch Trials which lasted from February 1692 to May 1693.

Was your ancestor accused or an accuser?

List of Accused and Accusers

List of Accused and Accusers

If you had ancestors living in Salem Village (now Danvers), or Salem Town, in 1692 and 1693, you might find information about them at this wonderful site: A Guide to the On-line Primary Sources of the Salem Witch Trials, where you’ll find Entries from Records of the Salem Witch Hunt Linked to Digital Facsimile Images.

This is a fantastic resource for New England researchers where you’ll be able to read the original documents online and for free!

Find out today if your ancestor was accused of witchcraft or accused others!

More Resources:
The University of Virginia Salem Witch Trials Online
Salem Witch Trials at Wikipedia


About Teresa Hamilton/Pepper Rust

Married to Brad Rust for 41 years. Mother of two lads and two lasses and the gran of Aidan and Jacob Wesley. My current hobbies are family history research and blogging. I love reading, especially history, and British 18th and 19th Century literature. I really like traveling and look forward to new travel adventures!
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