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- Alice Parker, a resident of Salem Town, Massachusetts, was executed on September 22, 1692 during the Salem Witch Trials. Martha Corey, Mary Eastey, Ann Pudeator, and Dorcas Hoar were convicted and sentenced to death by hanging at the same time. Also hanged on that day were Mary Parker and Samuel Wardwell. Nicholas Noyes officiated.
- died on (323 years ago)
- Alice Parker was the wife of Tom Dillon.
- Marriage with Tom Dillon between and (61 years)
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by Alan Hager, Book Builders LLC.
nonfiction writer, translator Matthew Parker, son of William and Alice Parker, was born in Norwich, England. Parker was educated at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University, receiving a doctor of divinity degree in 1537.
Dictionary of Witchcraft (2014)
by David Pickering
Martha Cory, Mary Esty, Sarah Good, Elizabeth How, George Jacobs, Susanna Martin, Rebecca Nurse, Alice Parker, Mary Parker, John Proctor, Ann Pudeator, Wilmot Reed,Margaret Scott, Samuel Wardwell, SarahWilds and JohnWillard.
Vol. 2, D-G by William S. Powell
teacher and school administrator, whose career spanned over half a century, was born on a farm in Union County, the eldest of twelve children of Henry and Jane Alice Parker Dry. The family lineage was German and originally the ...
by William H. New
Alice Parker, Liminal Visions of Nicole Brossard (New York: Peter Lang, 1998).
by O. Classe
which brought together women such as Nicole Ward Jouve, Alice Parker, Rada Ivecovic, Liana Borghi, Marina Camboni, and Barbara Godard .
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Alice Parker's marker at the Witch Trials Memorial.
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