Person:Elizabeth Jackson (152)

Elizabeth Jackson
b.abt 1632
m. bef 1632
  1. Elizabeth Jacksonabt 1632 - 1692
  2. John Jacksonest 1636 - 1718/19
  3. Mary Jackson1639/40 -
  4. Deborah Jackson1644/45 - 1709
  • HJames Howe1632/33 - 1701/02
  • WElizabeth Jacksonabt 1632 - 1692
  1. Elizabeth Howe1661 - 1701
  2. Deborah HoweAbt 1666 -
  3. John Howe1671 - 1697
Facts and Events
Name[2] Elizabeth Jackson
Gender Female
Birth[1] abt 1632 Estimate based on dates of births of siblings and her bequest in the will of William Bellingham.
Death[1] 19 Jul 1692 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States Executed as a witch
Reference Number? Q15452871?

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Elizabeth Howe (née Jackson; c. 1635–July 19, 1692) was one of the accused in the Salem witch trials. She was found guilty and executed on July 19, 1692.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Elizabeth Howe, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. 97. William1 Jackson, in Jewett, Amos Everett, [Editor], and George Brainard [Compiler] Blodgette. Early Settlers of Rowley, Massachusetts: A Genealogical Record of the Families who Settled in Rowley before 1700 with Several Generations of their Descendants. (Rowley, Mass.: Amos Everett Jewett (Newcomb & Gauss Co., Printers, Salem, Mass.), 1933), 166.

    "97-2. Elizabeth (Jackson), b. in England (see will of William Bellingham; m. 13 Apr., 1658, James How, Jr., of Ipswich, and was executed as a witch, 19 July, 1692.