Mary Parker (Salem witch trials)
September 22, 1692|
Salem Village, Province of Massachusetts Bay
|Cause of death||Execution by hanging|
|Known for||Convicted of witchcraft in the Salem witch trials|
Mary (née Ayer) Parker of Andover, Massachusetts Bay Colony, the daughter of John Ayer, was executed by hanging on September 22, 1692, with several others, for witchcraft in the Salem witch trials. She was 55 years old and a widow. Mary's husband, Nathan, died in 1685. Nicholas Noyes officiated. Her daughter, Sarah Parker, was also accused.
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