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Abigail Williams! Yes Sir, that was their sacrament. How many were there? About forty, and Goody Cloyse and Goody Good were their deacons. What was it? They said it was our blood, and they had it twice that day. It was during this examination that Abigail Williams and the other afflicted girls turned on John Proctor and accused him of witchcraft as well. It is not known why exactly the girls accused John Proctor but it is suspected that it was because Proctor was an outspoken critic of the girls, often calling them liars, and reportedly stated they should be whipped for lying.
It is unlikely that this actually happened due to the age difference between the eleven-year-old Abigail Williams and the year-old John Proctor at the time. There is also no proof that Williams and Proctor even knew each other before the witch trails began. Yet, Miller wrote in an essay for the New Yorker in that he was convinced John Proctor had a relationship with Williams.
He explained that he based the entire play on this idea after he read about how Williams tried to strike Elizabeth Proctor during her examination but instead brought her hand down gently and softly touched Elizabeth before screaming out that her fingers burned:.
By this time, I was sure, John Proctor had bedded Abigail, who had to be dismissed most likely to appease Elizabeth. There was bad blood between the two women now. That Abigail started, in effect, to condemn Elizabeth to death with her touch, then stopped her hand, then went through with it, was quite suddenly the human center of all this turmoil. As one of the main accusers during the Salem Witch Trials, Williams accused about 57 people of witchcraft, according to court records:.
After that date, Williams disappears from the court hearings, for reasons unknown. It is possible her uncle, Reverend Samuel Parris, sent her away to prevent her from further participating in the witch trials, just like he sent his daughter away, but there is no evidence of this. His dissenters submitted a list of problems they had with Parris, which included a number of issues that were directly related to Williams and the afflicted girls.
In November of , Parris responded to these claims by writing an essay, titled Meditations for Peace, in which he stated that God tried to teach him a lesson by allowing the witch hunt to begin in his family. The essay also states that the fact that some people in his household were accusers Abigail Williams and Betty Parris and the accused Tituba in the Salem Witch Trials was also a personal reprimand from God.
These acknowledgments did nothing to help Parris or his cause.
Although Betty Parris later married and raised a family in Sudbury, Mass, there are no records indicating what happened to Abigail Williams after the Salem Witch Trials ended. Since only three of the girls, Abigail Williams, Elizabeth Hubbard and Mary Warren, are unaccounted for in the records at the time, it is possible Hale was referring to Williams.
The site of the Salem Village Parsonage, where Abigail Williams lived at the time of the Salem Witch Trials, was excavated in and is open to visitors. Historical marker on site.inatanar.tk
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DaCapo Press, Fowler, Samuel Page. Samuel Parris of Salem Village. William Ives and George W. Pease, Mather, Cotton. John Dunton, Lawson, Deodat. Benjamin Harris, Here for some time now I have been having really weird dreams of me being able to blow things up with just a point of a finger or fly the other night when I was sleeping in my dream I saw a black cat who was talking to me the voice claim to be Abigail williams she stated she was my great Aunt I went onto asking her why I had been having these dreams and she stated because it was your destiny ever since then this cat has been in every dream I have had for the last 4 months and it follows me everywhere last night I dreamed I was in salem and was standing in front of a cottage the cat told me to go in at that moment I got scared and woke up..
Can anyone tell me whats going on and why this cat is always in my dreams. No I have not watched the crucible. Fascinating reading all this information. Wish we could find out exactly what happened to Abigail.
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