Printed on Monday the 6th of July in 1818 in the Spirit of the Times & Carlisle Gazette out of Carlisle, Pennsylvania Reality of Witches An old woman, Jane Wenbam by name, was tried for witchcraft at the Hertford assizes
Printed Friday the 30th of May 1890 in the Aberdeen Daily News out of Aberdeen, South Dakota WITCHES IN THE SOUTH. Dire Havoc Believed to Have Been Caused by Them Among Coon Dogs. In Wayne county, of which Goldsboro, N.
Printed Wednesday the 30th of June 1875 in the Washington Reporter out of Washington, Pennsylvania Afraid of Becoming Witches Major Powell says in his forthcoming book: The life of an Indian maiden is blythe and merry for a few years,
There are so many interesting articles that can be found while searching Genealogybank.com and this one isn’t any different. It appeared in the Kansas City Star in Kansas City, Missouri in October of 1915. A young daughter is asked by
While continuing to look for interesting articles, Genealogybank.com,which fit in with the upcoming holiday of Halloween this one, caught my eye. It appeared in the Kansas City Times out of Kansas City, MO in December of 1888. Obviously witches in
Yes once again I found another article while searching on Genealogybank.comand thought I would share. This one of course caught my attention with the mention of witches and the thought of them crawling up someone’s pant leg. However I was
While conducting research I often visit Genealogy Bank.comand search their historical newspapers. While doing some research for a family in Missouri I came across this article from the October 23, 1920 Kansas City Star newspaper out of Kansas City, Missouri. I couldn’t help but