Henry Quaquaquid's List of Mohegan Indians

Creator:
Quaquaquid, Henry
Published/Created:
September 1, 1774
Physical Description:
Census
Associated Names:
Quaquaquid, Henry [Author]
Ashbow, John, 1740- [Mentioned within document]
Ashbow, Joseph (hus of Jenny) [Mentioned within document]
Ashbow, Robert (hus of Betty) [Mentioned within document]
Ashbow, Samuel, 1718-1795 [Mentioned within document]
Ashbow, Samuel, Jr., -1775 [Mentioned within document]
Connecticut General Assembly [Recipient]
Cooper, John (hus. Of Esther) [Mentioned within document]
Cooper, John, Jr. (son of John and Esther) [Mentioned within document]
Cooper, Samuel (hus. Of Betty) [Mentioned within document]
Cooper, Solomon (hus. Of Mary) [Mentioned within document]
Equot, Widow [Mentioned within document]
George, Pompey (hus. Of betty) [Mentioned within document]
Horsecoat, Jacob [Mentioned within document]
Horsecoat, Widow of Jacob Horsecoat [Mentioned within document]
Joquib, Widow [Mentioned within document]
Jowon, Eliphalet (hus of Esther) [Mentioned within document]
Jowon, Peige [Mentioned within document]
Meazon, Moses [Mentioned within document]
Nannapoom, Widow [Mentioned within document]
Occom, Eunice (wife of Joshua), -1809 [Mentioned within document]
Occom, Jonathan, 1725- [Mentioned within document]
Occom, Samson, 1723-1792 [Mentioned within document]
Occom, Sarah (wife of Joshua), 1690- [Mentioned within document]
Pequen, Widow in (1769) [Mentioned within document]
Quaquaquid, Henry [Mentioned within document]
Robbins Occom, Ann [Mentioned within document]
Robbins, Widow [Mentioned within document]
Shantup, Joseph (hus of Hannah) [Mentioned within document]
Silas, Widow [Mentioned within document]
Tanner, Widow [Mentioned within document]
Uncas, John [Mentioned within document]
Uncas, Samuel [Mentioned within document]
Associated Locations:
North America -- British Empire -- Colony of Connecticut [Destination]
North America -- British Empire -- Colony of Connecticut -- Canterbury [Mentioned]
North America -- British Empire -- Colony of Connecticut -- Middletown [Mentioned]
North America -- British Empire -- Colony of Connecticut -- Mohegan [Written]
North America -- British Empire -- Colony of Connecticut -- Niantic [Mentioned]
North America -- British Empire -- Colony of Connecticut -- Portland [Mentioned]
North America -- British Empire -- Colony of Connecticut -- Windham [Mentioned]
North America -- Indian Country -- Mohegan Territory [Written]
North America -- Indian Country -- Niantic, Western Territory [Mentioned]
North America -- United States of America -- State of Connecticut [Destination (modern name)]
North America -- United States of America -- State of Connecticut -- Canterbury [Mentioned (modern name)]
North America -- United States of America -- State of Connecticut -- East Lyme [Mentioned (modern name)]
North America -- United States of America -- State of Connecticut -- Montville [Written (modern name)]
North America -- United States of America -- State of Connecticut -- Portland [Mentioned]
North America -- United States of America -- State of Connecticut -- Windham [Mentioned (modern name)]
Topics:
Census/Enumerations -- Tribal
Culture -- Community -- Membership
Culture -- Family -- Kinship
Culture -- Family -- Marriages
Culture -- Genealogy
Culture -- Widows/Widowers
Genealogy
Government -- Colonial -- Colony of Connecticut -- General Assembly
Government -- Tribal -- Mohegan -- Mason Faction -- Sachems/Sagamores -- John Uncas (1736-c.1769)
Government -- Tribal -- Mohegan -- Pro-Government Faction -- Councilors -- Zachary Johnson (c.1769-1783+)
Land -- Reservation/Reserve -- Mohegan
Law -- Customary Indian Law -- Tribal Membership
Relations -- Colonial Affairs
Relations -- Inter-Tribal Affairs
Repository -- Connecticut State Library
Tribes/Communities -- Mohegan
Tribes/Communities -- Pequot
Tribes/Communities -- Wangunk
YIPP -- Colony of Connecticut Collection, 1603-1783
Tribe:
Mohegan
Niantic, Western
Pequot
Wangunk
Language:
English
Format:
Text
Content Type:
Archives or Manuscripts
Rights:
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Access Restrictions:
Public
Yale Collection:
Yale Indian Papers Project
Digital Collection:
New England Indian Papers Series
Funding Source:
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
Original Repository:
Connecticut State Library
OID:
10682288
PID:
digcoll:1017733
Local Record Number:
1774.09.01.02
oid pointer:
12154386
Number of Pages: 1
500