19 July 1692 — Salem Village, Massachusetts
Rebecca Nurse, Susannah Martin, Elizabeth Howe, Sarah Good and Sarah Wildes were the first to be accused as witches and were executed on the Gallows Hill. They were the first victims, but unfortunately many more victims will follow them to the Gallows Hill.
Sarah Good was not very popular and by account, she was "mean as witch", but they accused her of being a real witch. It has been conjunctured that her husband William Good testified against her so he can get out of the marriage. Apparently, William failed to live up to his name as being Good.
Today, their names are on the stone benches on the Salem Witch Memorial in Salem, Massachusetts ( see pictures )