2nd Marriage to Jane (Mother of Abigail Lilly Sawyer (Lilly-160) Want to add Witch Trials. Ann Lilly, New England, Salem Witch Trials, tried, jailed and released.Jane Lilly - From Reading, Massachusetts, Jane Lilly was accused of witchcraft, and examined along with Mary Colson on September 5, 1692. Lucky for Jane, her accusation occurred shortly before the entire witchcraft affair began to be questioned. In February, 1693, she was examined in Charleston, Massachusetts. She was accused of afflicting Mary Marshall, wife of Edward Marshall of Malden, Massachusetts, as well as the typical "afflicted girls" including Mary Warren, Elizabeth Booth, and several others, who went into dreadful fits when she entered the room. She was also accused of afflicting Susanna Post. In her examination, she said she knew nothing of the reasons behind the accusations. She admitted to sometimes visiting the Proctorhouse, but, denied ever having any type of inappropriate conference with either John Proctor or his wife Elizabeth. Accusations were also made that she had a hand in the burning of William Hooper's home, in which, he died. Jane Lilly was indicted, imprisoned, and later cleared by proclamation.