- to search for and preserve the names of those accused of witchery in that portion of Colonial America now the United States of America;
- to locate the living female descendants of all witches who were accused in the American colonies prior to published records of same.
Associated Daughters of Early American Witches
Each year during our annual meeting, the members introduce themselves and state who their accused ancestor was. Sometimes people find new cousins at the breakfast. All the members state is the name of their accused ancestors. The following pages are brief bios of some of our accused ancestors. These pages are not intended to be proof and therefore cannot be used as proof for any application to join this or any other organization. They are just to give us some insight into who these people were and, when information is available, share some of the trials our ancestors went through when accused. Members are invited to write their own bios of their accused ancestors who are not alreadyrepresented here. If you would like to write a bio, please forward to the President General firstname.lastname@example.org. All bios will be reviewed, edited as necessary, and approved before being added to the website. We hope you enjoy learning a little about our accused ancestors