1653, Jul 111692, Jul 19
one of the first three women to be accused of witchcraft in the Salem witch trials, which occurred in 1692 in colonial Massachusetts. Good was accused of witchcraft on March 6, 1692 [O.S. February 25, 1691], when Abigail Williams and Elizabeth Parris, related to the Reverend Samuel Parris, claimed to be bewitched under her hand. The young girls asserted they had been bitten, pinched, and otherwise abused.
 Gallery (1)

 Timeline (3)
02/28/1692-In Salem, Massachusetts ten children identify the "witches" in their community who afflicted them: Sarah Good, Sarah Osborne, and an old Indian woman Tituba. Warrants are obtained and they are arrested -- the Salem witch hunt begins
02/29/1692-Warrants issued against Sarah Good, Sarah Osborne and Tituba, an Indian servant, on the accusation of witchcraft, Salem MA
03/01/1692-Sarah Good, Sarah Osborne, and Tituba arrested for witchcraft (Salem, Massachusetts)
 Notes (2)
The Witchcraft Trial of Sarah Good:
History of Massachusetts
Tituba, Sarah Good, and Sarah Osborne:
A Study of the Accusations and Procedures in the Salem Witch Trials of 1692

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