Reverend Parris: He has been having trouble with the villagers. He believes that he has "enemies" that are seeking to destroy him. This paranoia pervades the opening section of the play as he believes that are people trying to "drive [him] from his pulpit". He is in his mid forties and said to have cut a "villainous path". He is a widower and has no interest in children. He has only been in the town for three years. He brought a black slave back with him from Barbados.
Do the same for Thomas Putnam, Ann Putnam, Abigail Williams, John Proctor, Rebecca Nurse, Reverend Hale, and Giles Corey