Testimony of William Rayment Jr. for Elizabeth Procter
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Source Citation Essex Institute Collection, no. 26, James Duncan Phillips Library, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA.
Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt (2009) No. 497: Testimony of William Rayment Jr. for Elizabeth Procter
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  • Aug. 5, 1692
  • : Rebuttal
The Salem Witchcraft Papers (1977) Vol. 2, pp. 670-671: William Rayment v. 'Some of the Afflicted Persons'
Woodward's Records of Salem Witchcraft (1864) N/A
Godbeer's The Salem Witch Hunt (2011) N/A
Levin's What Happened in Salem? (1960) N/A

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