Witches in old North Yorkshire

by Mary Williams

Publisher: Hutton in Beverley

Written in English
Published: Pages: 67 Downloads: 895
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  • Witchcraft -- England -- North Yorkshire -- History.

Edition Notes

Bibliography, p67. - Includes index.

Statementby Mary Williams.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF1581
The Physical Object
Pagination67p. :
Number of Pages67
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22164967M
ISBN 100907033547
OCLC/WorldCa17772776

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This is a story that comes from old North Riding of Yorkshire, regarding a legendary sunken village known as Simmerdale. Many years ago a witch is said to have visited this village, which had a church at one end and the house of a Quaker woman at the other.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Williams, Mary, Witches in old North Yorkshire. Beverley: Hutton, (OCoLC) The Yorkshire Witches: Mary Bateman, Mary Pannal and Mother Shipton Yorkshire has a rich past of tales about a few certain witches who forever carved their names in the history books.

Buy Witches in old North Yorkshire. by Mary Williams: (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(3). A witch post is a local superstition where the cross of Saint Andrew (a saltire) is used as a hex sign on the fireplaces in Northern England, Yorkshire, and Lancashire, in order to prevent witches from flying down the chimney and entering the house to do mischief.

By placing the St Andrew's cross on one of the fireplace posts or lintels, witches are thought to be prevented from entering. Buy Witches in Old North Yorkshire First Edition by Williams, Mary (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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In England there were 2, arraignments for witchcraft between and Mary Bateman "The Yorkshire Witch". It might seem incredible to us today that a relatively uneducated woman who was a career criminal could successfully convince a large number of people that she possessed supernatural powers and healing abilities but Mary Bateman succeeded in doing so in Leeds in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

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The Witches of North Yorkshire. More information: Amelia Grace Sceats, Belief, Influence And Action: Witchcraft In Seventeenth-Century Yorkshire, Postgraduate Perspectives on the Past ().DOI: /ppp   St Andrew’s Church, near Fewston, North Yorkshire. Photograph: Alamy A rare copy of a manuscript detailing a 17th-century witchcraft trial in Fewston, North Yorkshire.

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