Were any ‘witches’ burned at Salem?

Between 1692 and 1693, allegations of witchcraft were made around the town of Salem in Massachusetts, resulting in the  arrests of about 150 individuals. These charges were taken seriously, and the occurring trials led to the executions of 19 individuals. 

But how were these “witches” performed? Were any burned alive at the stake, a typical penalty for founded guilty witches in Europe? After all, at the time Salem belonged to the Province of Massachusetts Bay, an English nest.

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