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  John Hathorne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
John Hathorne was born on August 5 1641 in Salem to William Hathorne and Anne Smith.
Hathorne, the son of a successful farmer, became a noted Salem merchant and a politician.
Hathorne's political skills won him a position as justice of the peace and county judge.
www.law.umkc.edu /faculty/projects/ftrials/salem/SAL_BHAT.HTM   (237 words)

  
  Les Genealogy Work - pafg49 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
John HATHORNE was born in 1615 in Binfield, Berkshire, ENG.
Nathaniel HATHORNE was born in 1623 in Binfield, Berkshire, ENG.
Edmund HATHORNE was born in 1628 in Binfield, Berkshire, ENG.
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 The Paternal Ancestors of Nathaniel Hawthorne: Introduction
John Hathorne was the third son and fifth child born to Major William and Anna Hathorne.
Son of Josepth Hathorne, Daniel married Rachel Phelps at 27 Union St. in Salem, the house where Nathaniel Hawthorne was born in 1804.
Hathorne returned later in 1804, having achieved the rank of Captain, and was inducted into the East Indian Marine Society in November of that year.
www.hawthorneinsalem.org /Life&Times/Family/Paternal/Introduction.html   (858 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: John Hathorne
John’s ministry career started at Quail Lakes Baptist church in Stockton, CA when he was 18 working for their Day Camp program under John Hathorn and Sean Curtis.
John was also the first person in Spectrum to establish ongoing ministry in “Zona Norte” the infamous red-light district of Tijuana.
In 2003 John was invited to be the missions speaker for Hume Lake where he gave seminars and messages on international missions and culture, speaking to over 18,000 students by the end of the summer.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/John-Hathorne   (455 words)

  
 Salem Witch Trials: John Hathorne
On August 5, 1641, John Hathorne was born into a community that could have little suspected his future role in the condemnation and death of so many people.
Hathorne allowed his strong, unexamined, beliefs to influence him during his time as judge in the Salem Witchcraft Trials, thus making him take on an avid prosecutorial style and an assumption of guilt of most of those who answered his questions.
Usually, Hathorne began his questioning in an accusatory tone, and he would then proceed to badger the accused in an attempt to drive out a confession and, better yet, more accusations.
jefferson.village.virginia.edu /salem/people/j_hathorne.html   (515 words)

  
 John Hathorne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Hathorne (August 5, 1641 - May 10, 1717) was one of the associate magistrates in the Salem witch trials, and later, the only one not to repent of his actions.
Also the great-great-grandfather of Nathaniel Hawthorne, author of, among other things, The Scarlet Letter, who changed his surname slightly, which lead some to believe that he was trying to avoid association with his ancestor.
He published several works in 1830, however, under the Hathorne name.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/John_Hathorne   (124 words)

  
 Salem Witch Museum 1692 Tour - Danvers(Salem Village)
Magistrate John Hathorne, who served as an interrogator in most of the witchcraft examinations and later as a member of the Court of Oyer and Terminer, died on 10 May 1717, aged seventy-six years.
Hathorne's most famous descendant was the writer Nathaniel Hawthorne who added a "w" to the family name.
A native of Salem and a physician by profession, Gedney was present at several of the examinations and later served as a member of the Court of Oyer and Terminet.
www.salemwitchmuseum.com /tour/site16.html   (348 words)

  
 Your Woodbury/Ober Family Web Site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
John Woodbury, Capt Trask, Roger Conant, Peter Palfrey, and John Balch were each granted 200 acres of land at the head of Bass River in what is now Beverly, on 25 Jan 1635 or 6.
John spent six months in England and, soon after the issuance of the grant for their lands on March 19, 1627-8, he sailed for New England bringing with him son, Humphrey.
John was born in 1636 in Bristol, Bristol, England and died on 8 Feb 1708 in Beverly, Essex, MA.
www.woodburyober.com /d2.html   (1985 words)

  
 Notable Descendants of John and Hannah (Howse) Lathrop
Notable Descendants of John and Hannah (Howse) Lathrop
John Foster Dulles is a cousin to Princess Diana through Lydia Abell.
He roomed in Sloughton ball; was a frequent contributor to college publications; wrote and delivered the poem at commencement, and was one of sixteen of that class whose scholarship admitted them to the Phi Beta Kappa society.
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 Salem witch craft trials of 1692
Corwin and Hathorne examined Rebecca Nurse Hathorne and Corwin interrogated Dorcas.
Hathorne and Corwin examine Sarah Cloyce and Elizabeth Proctor.
Hathorne and Corwin examined Sarah Morey, Lyndia Dustin, Susannah Martin and Dorcas Hoar.
msms.essortment.com /salemwitchcraf_mim.htm   (1298 words)

  
 Salem Witch Trials: Court Examination of Rebecca Nurse
Hathorne first turned his attention to Nurse, and pointedly asked her to account for the accusations of Williams and Putnam.
First, Hathorne by this statement deftly forced Nurse to explain the afflictions witnessed in that very room as, if not her fault, then the fault of the very girls so "grievously afflicted".
It was Hathorne's final, desperate attempt to force a confession from Nurse by ensuring she understood that her own life was in the balance.
jefferson.village.virginia.edu /salem/people/nursecourt.html   (727 words)

  
 Salem Witch Trials Chronology
In an effort to expose the "witches", John Indian baked a witch cake made with rye meal and the afflicted girls' urine.
Magistrates John Hathorne and Jonathan Corwin examined Tituba, Sarah Good, and Sarah Osborne in the meeting house in Salem Village.
Burroughs was examined by Hathorne, Corwin, Sewall, and William Stoughton.
www.salemweb.com /memorial/default.htm   (1084 words)

  
 Salem Witchcraft Event Timeline
March 1, 1692: Magistrates John Hathorne and Jonathan Corwin examine Tituba, Sarah Good, and Sarah Osborne for "witches teats." Tituba confesses to practicing witchcraft and confirms Good and Osborne are her co- conspirators.
Hathorne and Corwin also examine Nehemiah Abbott, William and Deliverance Hobbs, Edward and Sarah Bishop, Mary Black, Sarah Wildes, and Mary English.
August 5, 1692: George Jacobs Sr., Martha Carrier, George Burroughs, John Willard and John and Elizabeth Proctor are pronounced guilty and sentenced to hang.
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 John Hathorne House
John Fogg released to his brother Ezekiel, who was a merchant of London, but at that time in New England, a small portion of this lot, being that part within the four dashes, for thirty pounds, Jan. 2, 1674-5, the strip being then occupied by Hilliard Veren;
Joseph Hathorne resided in this house, and was a mariner.
Hathorne died possessed of the house and lot in 1762, having devised his real estate to his wife Sarah for her life, with remainder to his sons William and Daniel and daughters Ruth, wife of David Ropes, and Sarah, wife of Daniel Cheever, equally.
www.accessgenealogy.com /scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0011847   (883 words)

  
 John hathorne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
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www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/john_hathorne   (168 words)

  
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Investigation by Magistrates March 1, 1692: Magistrates John Hathorne and Jonathan Corwin physically examine Tituba, Sarah Good, and Sarah Osborne for "witch’s teats." Tituba confesses of practicing witchcraft and confirms Good and Osborne as her co- conspirators.
The magistrates, John Hathorne and Jonathan Corwin, interrogated the three young women in court, and the three attested in their depositions that impoverished and low-class townspeople caused their inflictions.
John Proctor, perhaps the most influential prisoner in the witch trials, wrote a petition in the Salem-Prison July 23 before his public hanging on August 19.
www.unc.edu /~holta/J50/project/timeline.doc   (4792 words)

  
 Salem Witch Craft Trials
On March 1, 1692, John Hathorne and Jonathan Corwin, the magistrates, proceeded in state to the Village to hear the cases, escorted by the marshal of Essex and the constables, and stopped at Nathaniel Ingersoll's tavern, but the gathering was so great that they had to adjourn to the meeting-house.
Cory was badgered by Hathorne, badgered by Corwin, badgered by Rev. Mr.
John Alden, son of the couple John Alden and Priscilla Mullins, was a resident of Boston when accused by the young girls of Salem of witchcraft.
coryfamsoc.com /resources/articles/witch.htm   (5878 words)

  
 Salem Witch Trials Timeline
Parris' servant, Tituba, and her husband, John Indian, are advised by Mary Sibley to bake a witch cake.
John and Elizabeth Proctor, Rebecca Nurse, Sarah Cloyce, Martha Corey and Dorcas Good are sent to a Boston prison on this night.
and John Willard for the suspicion of witchcraft.
www.salemwitchtrials.com /timeline.html   (948 words)

  
 HATHORNE, Hathorne, HATHORNEs at McCLENDONs and McLENDONS at RootsWeb
HATHORNE / HAWTHORNE (Robert HATHORNE - Anne HEWES); HARTHORNE / HATHORN / HATHORNE (Mercy HARTHORN - Anne HATHORNE) at Nora Callahan's Family History.
In Reply to: Hathorns in MS and elsewhere by Mary Ferguson Fiser of 64
One of his sons was Robert C. Hathorne, was born in 1825 and married Keziah Knight, sister to the infamous Capt Newt Knight, deserter from the Confederate Army and supposed leader of the "Free State of Jones".
mcclendon.rootsweb.com /hathorne.html   (930 words)

  
 Scarlet Letter, The - Literature Guide - MSN Encarta
Born on July 4, 1804, in Salem, Massachusetts, Hawthorne could trace his family tree on both sides back to the Puritans, whose unbending attitudes towards religious conformity were branded on the American, and especially the New England, consciousness.
His great-great grandfather, John Hathorne, was one of the three judges at the famous Salem witch trials in 1692.
(The family name was spelled 'Hathorne' until the novelist himself added the 'w'.) His father, a sea captain, died in Suriname in 1808; Nathaniel, then four years old, and his family found themselves living on the charity of relatives.
uk.encarta.msn.com /sidebar_701509614/The_Scarlet_Letter.html   (201 words)

  
 American Ancestors and Descendants of Dr. C.S. B Morton and ML Morton/P12
Hawthorne, the author, was the great-great grandson of John's son, Joseph.
JOHN HATHORNE I do not know the exact date of his birth in Bray, England.
Hathorne, was not among that branch of the family.
www.vmb-collection.com /A&DPages/AandDP12.html   (1244 words)

  
 THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES - AN INTRODUCTORY NOTE
John Hathorne (as the name was then spelled), the great-grandfather of Nathaniel Hawthorne, was a magistrate at Salem in the latter part of the seventeenth century, and officiated at the famous trials for witchcraft held there.
Philip English, a character well-known in early Salem annals, was among those who suffered from John Hathorne's magisterial harshness, and he maintained in consequence a lasting feud with the old Puritan official.
But at his death English left daughters, one of whom is said to have married the son of Justice John Hathorne, whom English had declared he would never forgive.
www.americanliterature.com /SG/HOSG1.HTML   (972 words)

  
 Nathaniel Hawthorne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nathaniel Hawthorne (born Nathaniel Hathorne; July 4, 1804 – May 19, 1864) was a 19th century American novelist and short story writer.
Hawthorne's father, also named Nathaniel, was a sea captain and descendant of John Hathorne, one of the judges who oversaw the Salem Witch Trials.
Much of Hawthorne's work is set in colonial New England, and many of his short stories have been read as moral allegories influenced by his Puritan background.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nathaniel_Hawthorne   (1528 words)

  
 A Chronology of Events
March 1- Magistrates John Hathorne and Jonathan Corwin examine Sarah Good and Sarah Osborne and Tituba.
March- Rebecca Nurse is accused of withcraft by Abigail Williams and later examined by John Hathorne and Jonathan Corwin.
April 11- Elizabeth Proctor and Sarah Cloyce are examined and John Proctor is accused and imprisoned.
members.tripod.com /~Cowanj/Chronology.htm   (309 words)

  
 Hawthorne, Nathaniel | Witchcraft in America
Hawthorne was a direct descendant of the Hathornes, one of the founding families of the Massachusetts colony, and his ancestor John Hathorne was the chief magistrate in the trials that led to the deaths of twenty people.
Hathorne exploited the theatrical nature of the trials by calling upon supposedly bewitched (cast under a spell) girls as witnesses to confront accused witches in court, a move that doomed several people when the girls fell into fits.
Hathorne lived to an advanced age, enjoying great wealth and the respect of the community.
www.bookrags.com /research/hawthorne-nathaniel-wia-01   (1948 words)

  
 Hawthorne, Nathaniel
Judge John Hathorne (an earlier spelling of the family name), was a son of Hawthorne's great-great grandfather Major William Hathorne.
John Hathorne was a respected judge of Salem and heard trails there in the company of two other magistrates.
Hathorne was never forgiven by English until just before the latter's death.
www.themystica.com /mystica/articles/h/hawthorne_nathaniel.html   (2944 words)

  
 Pane-Joyce Genealogy
On 30 Oct 1703 (int.) Sarah married John Ballard, son of John Ballard (ca 1634-11 Jun 1725) and Rebecca [Ballard], at Lynn, MA.
On 10 Nov 1711 Rebekah married John Hathorne, son of Ebenezer Hathorne (Mar 1656-) and Ester Witt, at Lynn, MA.
On 30 Sep 1716 (int.) John married Abigail Lewis, daughter of Thomas Lewis and Mary Breed, at Lynn, MA.
aleph0.clarku.edu /~djoyce/gen/report/rr04/rr04_097.html   (479 words)

  
 Salem Witch Trials
In an effort to expose the "witches", John Indian baked a witch cake made with rye meal and the afflicted girls' urine.
This counter-magic was meant to reveal the identities of the "witches" to the afflicted girls.
March 1 Magistrates John Hathorne and Jonathan Corwin examined Tituba, Sarah Good, and Sarah Osborne in the meeting house in Salem Village.
www.magickalshadow.com /salemtrials/salemtrials1.html   (1210 words)

  
 New England Historic Genealogical Society   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Thomas Gardner, Sr., Peter Palfree, George Gardner, John Hathorne, Joseph Pope, Richard Bishopp and Henry Hericke, all of Salem; and John Gillo, Henry Collins, Richard Mower, John Deacon and William Knight, all of Lynn [EQC 1:153].
Will[iam] Almy, John Briggs and Samuell Wilbur are chosen [by the town of Portsmouth] for jurymen for the next General Court to be held at Warwick" [PoTR 69].
In this instance, we are able to tell that the John Greene of this jury was the Newport man and not the Warwick man of that name.
www.newenglandancestors.org /research/gm_newsletter/petit_jury__842_204.asp?print=1   (752 words)

  
 About Malcolm Hathorne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
The first immigrant was William Hathorne, who became a Governor of the area.
His son was John Hathorne, one of the infamous judges at the Salem Witch Trials (1692).
General Hathorn's house in Warwick, NY is recognized as a National Historic Site.
www.uforeality.com /about.html   (757 words)

  
 John Hathorne
• Apprenticed from 1763 to 1770 to John Touzell in Salem MA • He worked from 1770 to 1787 as a silversmith in Boston MA • Master to Stephen Baker 1774-1780 in Boston MA.
Apparently Hathorne never requested their return and they remained in Bowditch's possession.
John married Susanna Herbert, daughter of Benjamin Herbert and Elizabeth Fowler, on 18 Oct 1772 in Salem MA.
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~silversmiths/makers/silversmiths/75836.htm   (144 words)

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