"Ye are all against me..."

The second wife of Giles Corey, Martha Corey was known to be a religious person, although she had the reputation of being opinionated and outspoken. She lived with her husband and illegitimate child. Corey never admitted to being a witch nor did she believe in the trials. She was hanged on September 22, 1692, 3 days after her husband.




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