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Sarah Good (née Solart; 21 July 1653 – 29 July 1692) was a woman executed for witchcraft during the Salem witch trials.

Good was pregnant and desperately poor around the time of her death, and was often seen begging door to door. Along with Sarah Osborne and the slave Tituba, she was among the first women accused of witchcraft by Abigail Williams and Betty Parris. On 29 July 1692, Good, Sarah Wildes, Elizabeth Howe, Rebecca Nurse and Susannah Martin were hanged for witchcraft.



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