John Proctor may refer to: John Proctor (Salem witch trials) (1632–1692) in
Salem Witch Trials; John Proctor (historian) (1521–1558), English schoolmaster ...
John Proctor was an elderly man of 60 years of age when accused, tried, and
hanged for practicing witchcraft in 1692. Maintaining his innocence until death, ...
John Proctor. Proctor was originally from Ipswich, where he and his father before
him had a farm of considerable value. In 1666 he moved to Salem, where he ...
Oct 27, 2011 ... John Proctor was a successful farmer and the first male to be named a witch
during the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. Proctor was born in ...
Though successful farmer and entrepreneur, John Proctor, had never been
involved in Salem Village politics, he and a number of family members would find
A brave man not afraid to speak his mind has died a hero's death. John Proctor
has been accused and hanged for being a wizard. Whether he is or is not ...
Aug 28, 2011 ... John Proctor and George Burroughs were brought to trial on charges of witchcraft
on August 2, 1692. Despite their spirited defense, they were ...
Not everyone in Salem supported the witch trials. Wealthy farmer John Proctor
sternly denounced the proceedings and warned against listening to the young ...
Essay help and character analysis of John Proctor, the protagonist of this tragedy
about the Salem Witch Trials.