Summons for Witnesses v. Rachel Clinton, and Officer's Return
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Source Citation Thomas Franklin Waters. Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. (Ipswich: Ipswich Historical Society, 1905), p. 461.

Facsimile of original publication: http://www.archive.org/details/ipswichinmassac00socigoog
Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt (2009) No. 81: Summons for Witnesses v. Rachel Clinton, and Officer's Return
  • April 21, 1692: Summons for Witnesses
  • April 22, 1692: Officer's Return
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