Assawampsett/Titticut

To the Honorable Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Gentleman,

To His Excellency the Governor and Honorable Council of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

To His Excellency The Governor and the Honorable the Council of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts          
 
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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Fall River/Troy
Category
Work, Poverty, & Economy, Geography, Land, & the Environment, Culture & Society, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
Summary
A request of Phebe Gould for the appointment of a suitable person to sell her interest in land in order to pay the debts of her deceased mother, Lydia Squinn
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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Fall River/Troy
Category
Work, Poverty, & Economy, Culture & Society, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
Summary
Affirmation by numerous townspeople of the Indian lineage of Zerviah Gould Mitchell

To the Honorable Senate and House of Representative of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Gentlemen,

Felix, Thomas, Jr.

Thomas Felix, Jr. was the son of Thomas Felix of the Assawampset community living at Titicut in Middleborough, Massachusetts.  A petition from his father to the Massachusetts General Court indicates that Thomas, Jr. had died by 1759.

Felix, Thomas

Thomas Felix was most likely the son of Nanauatauate (Felix) and Abigail, Wampanoags from Assawampset.  He had at least two sons, Thomas, Jr. and Israel.  By 1712 he removed to Titicutt, where he succeeded Thomas Sekins as the Indian minister and served as the local magistrate there.