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Cole, Ann (17th century) Accused witch in Hartford, Connecticut, who was believed to be under demonic possession. The case was recorded in a letter written by Reverend John Whiting, which in turn was published by Increase Mather in An Essay for the Recording of Illustrious Providences (1684).
Ann Cole was described by Mather as a woman of great integrity and piety. In 1662, she was living in the house of her father—"a godly man"—when she began having bizarre fits, "wherein her Tongue was improved
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