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Priscilla Mullins (c – c), Mayflower passenger and noted member of Plymouth's "Pilgrim" colony in Massachusetts, and wife of fellow colonist John Alden (c), was most likely born in Dorking in Surrey, England.
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Martha Cory. The accusation of Martha Corey marked a turning point in the Salem witch trials crisis of in Massachusetts. Corey was a newly accepted member of the village church and broke the established mold of only social pariahs being accused of practicing witchcraft.
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