Sarah Wight

Standard Name: Wight, Sarah


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Friends, Associates Anna Trapnel
Probably in the same year, she attended the bedside of a teenage Baptist, Sarah Wight , who was having the same kind of physical-spiritual crisis that AT herself experienced, and who also fell into a...
Friends, Associates Anna Trapnel
Visitors to AT during her Whitehall trance included Colonel William Sydenham , Hanserd Knollys (a Particular Baptist who later begged Cromwell not to accept the crown), and several ladies from prominent families.
Trapnel, Anna. Strange and Wonderful Newes from White-Hall. R. Sale, 1654.
Two of...


Spring-summer 1647
A LondonBaptist girl in her teens, Sarah Wight , fell into a months-long trance, the climax of four years of spiritual turmoil about which she later published a pamphlet.
20 October 1656
A Wonderful Pleasant and Profitable Letter by the prophet Sarah Wight was anonymously published without her consent.