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The Salem Witch Trials - The True Story of Rebecca Nurse

The Salem Witch Trials - The True Story of Rebecca Nurse

In 1640, English immigrants William Towne and Joanna Blessing Towne settled their large family in Salem, Massachusetts, where three of their daughters would later be accused of witchcraft, and inspire the famous play "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller....

Door at Rebecca Nurse House, Danvers, MA   Wanted to tour this homestead but we were one week early for a tour. This is one of my ancestors who was involved in the Salem witch hunt trials. Would have loved to talk to the guide! We walked the grounds. It was so cool being there.

Door at Rebecca Nurse House, Danvers, MA

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Important Persons in the Salem Court Records

Dunalastair was the home of the Clan Donnachaidh of Scotland which includes names such as Robertson, Duncan and Reid. This family had lived here until the 1850's and there is a burial ground of the chiefs of Clan Donnachaidh in the grounds.  The original tower house was burnt down after the 1745 rebellion as the great chieftain, Alexander Robertson of Struan was a Jacobite.
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Petition to Free Rebecca Nurse. #salemwitchtrials

The Petition to Free Rebecca Nurse

Rebecca Nurse was such a beloved citizen of Salem Village that when she was arrested for witchcraft in March of 1692, thirty-nine Salem residents came to her defense and signed a petition asking to

"The Lord knows that I haven't hurt them" illustration by Howard Pyle of Rebecca Nurse published in "Dulcibel: A tale of old Salem" by Henry Peterson circa 1907. #salemwitchtrials

The Witchcraft Trial of Rebecca Nurse

Rebecca Nurse was a 71-year-old grandmother and wife of a local artisan when she was accused of witchcraft during the Salem Witch Trials. Nurse was also the sister of accused witches, Mary Easty and

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My {distant cousin} Rebecca Nurse ~ check her out...not a happy ending!

"Un Petit Vacance" in New England

We Californians visit New England with the excitement and fervor usually reserved for old European cities. We are thrilled to see a welcome sign on a house stating its origins as 1726, or to visit an Observatory (how quaint!) built in 1805, or the town limits sign saying "Founded in 1629". And don't even get me started on those Witches Houses in Salem..:) compass ceiling of the Portland Observatory where my great (7th) grandfather mounted his telescope in 1805 the Portland Observatory, built…

Salem Mass    Ron & I walked all over the Rebecca Nurse property and cemetary back in the 90's....super educational

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Nurse family tradition is that when Rebecca Nurse was hanged on July 19, 1692, that her youngest son Benjamin, then 26 years old, rowed his boat under cover of darkness from the Nurse homestead (this is the Crane River he would have rowed from behind the Nurse Home) to Gallows Hill to retrieve her body.
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Reverend Samuel Parris: Was He to Blame for the Salem Witch Trials?

Reverend Samuel Parris was the minister at Salem Village during the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. Samuel Parris was born in London, England in 1653. In the late 1650s, his father, Thomas Parris, moved

The great-grandaughter nine times removed of Susannah Martin and great-niece of Rebecca Nurse and Mary Estey has written a blog about her geneaological history and has tons of pictures of warrants and court proceeding documents of the Salem witch trials on her site.

Murder In Salem

My 9th great grandmother, Susannah North Martin, and two great aunts, Rebecca Towne Nurse and Mary Towne Estey, were hung as witches in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. I’ve visited their home towns,…

Rebecca Nurse  "The sheriff brought the witch up the broad aisle, her chains clanking as she stepped."    Description This drawing illustrates a scene in John Musick's book The Witch of Salem in which Rebecca Nurse is brought in chains to the meeting house where the Rev. Nicholas Noyes pronounces her excommunication before the congregation. 1893

Important Persons in the Salem Court Records

Our Chief - Clan Donnachaidh

The Chief of Clan Donnachaidh, Gilbert Robertson of Struan

Written testimony in defense of Rebecca Nurse

The Petition to Free Rebecca Nurse

Rebecca Nurse was such a beloved citizen of Salem Village that when she was arrested for witchcraft in March of 1692, thirty-nine Salem residents came to her defense and signed a petition asking to

Written testimony in defense of Rebecca Nurse. #salemwitchtrials

The Petition to Free Rebecca Nurse

Rebecca Nurse was such a beloved citizen of Salem Village that when she was arrested for witchcraft in March of 1692, thirty-nine Salem residents came to her defense and signed a petition asking to