"There was a witch in Boreham, and upon her confession before Archdeacon Cole, she fled and went away.
Joan Cocke of Kelvedon did lay her hands upon the knees of Richard Sherman, clapping her hand, upon which it is by common report come to our knowledge that he was lamedand yet halt.
Noble's wife of Kelvedon, daughter of Joan Cocke, is suspected to have by the craft of witchcraft, slain one cow and two others to have caused to give milk of all colours