|Birth: ||Mar. 12, 1663|
|Death: ||Feb. 1, 1730|
Information on John can be also found in the following book.
Preachers, Patriots & Plain Folks By Charles Chauncey Wells and Suzanne Austin Wells. (page 51)
He was accused by 3 women of witchcraft . He was at the time the sent for by the magistrates of Salem to appear. One of the women shouted his name. He was committed to prison, May 31, 1692, where he remained fifteen weeks, when having been prevailed upon by his friends, he made for escape and absented himself until the people recovered the use of their reason. He chose Duxbury as the place of his concealment.
Sea Captain, from Boston.
Kings Chapel Burying Ground
Plot: 24E-470 Tomb
Created by: The Guardian (inactive)
Record added: Apr 11, 2007
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