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Sarah Osborne

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Sarah Osborne
Ruggit c. 1643
Watertown, Coloin Vaie Massachusetts
Hooar baase 29 Boaldyn 1692
Boston, Queiggey Vaie Massachusetts

She coloinagh ayns Coloin Vaie Massachusetts va Sarah Osborne (lettyrit chammah myr Osbourne, Osburne, ny Osborn; ruggit myr Warren, Prince roish shen; c. 1643 – 29 Boaldyn 1692). V'ee coontit mastey ny chied vraane v'er ny chassid er son y witçherys car cooishyn leigh buitçhyn Salem y vlein 1692. Ren Sarah Good cassid er Sarah Osborne gra dy nee buitçh v'ee. Va barrant, va screeuit er 1 Mayrnt 1692, currit roish dy chur Sarah Osborne fo ghlass.[1] Lhisagh ee ve goit fo ghlass ayns ny pryssoonyn ayns Boston car ny scrutaghyn as ny cooishyn leigh[8] as v'ee er n'ymmyrkey dys Boston marish Tituba as Sarah Good er 7 Mayrnt 1692.[2] Car ny scrutaghyn, gooyrt ee dy row ee neuchyndagh as dooyrt ee nagh row kiangley ny cassey eck marish drogh spyrrydyn ny ayns gortaghey paitçhyn. Cha ren ee goaill rish ny cassidyn, as cha ren ee cassid er peiagh elley erbee.[3] Hass eh shen noi coontys Tituba, ghow rish y chassid as ren cassid er commeeys Osborne as Sarah Good 'sy witçherys mâree.[2] Hooar Osborne baase 'sy phryssoon er 29 Boaldyn 1692 as t'eh er credjal dy row ee 49 bleeaney d'eash er laa e baaish.[4]

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  1. Findling, John E.; Thackery, Frank W. (2000). Events that Changed America Through the 17th Century. Connecticut: Greenwood Publishing Group. dg. 160. ISBN 978-0313290831.
  2. a b Breslaw, Elaine G. Tituba, Reluctant Witch of Salem: Devilish Indians and Puritan Fantasies. York Noa: New York University Press, 1996, dgn. 107, 170, et al.
  3. Carroll, Meghan. "Sarah Osborne". Salem Witch Trials.
  4. Beashnys Er ny hashtey 2016-09-27 ec y Wayback Machine, salem.lib.virginia.edu; feddynit magh er 7 Mean Fouyir 2015.