Elizabeth Parris

Birth Name:
Elizabeth Parris
Birth Date:
November 28, 1682
Birth Place:
Boston, Massachusetts
Death Date:
March 21, 1760
Place of Death:
Concord, Massachusetts
Cause of Death:
Natural causes
Cemetery Name:
Wadsworth Cemetery
Claim to Fame:
Historical Figure
Betty was one of three young women who accused other people of being witches during the Salem witch trials. The accusations caused the direct death of 20 Salem residents. Her entire life she never apologized or retracted her involvement in the Salem Witch Trials

Cemetery Information:

Final Resting Place:

Wadsworth Cemetery

18 Summer Street

Danvers, Massachusetts, 1923


North America

Grave Location Description

Through the gates and drive straight, parking on the left in the middle of the second section. About 30 feet from the road

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