Mary Warren

Mary Warren

Mary Ann Warren was the oldest of the accusers during the 1692 Salem witch trials, in her teens. She was a servant for John and Elizabeth Proctor. Renouncing her claims after being threatened to be hanged, she was later arrested for practicing witchcraft herself, but did not confess. Her life after the trials is unknown. Her parents and sister died early in her life, forcing her to become a servant.

Read more about Mary Warren:  Accusations and Involvement in The Trials, The Crucible

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