Natick

The Committee appointed to consider the petition of Samuel Ompany and Zerviah, his wife, have considered the same and beg leave to report in the following manner, viz, that the trustees mentioned in said Petition be directed to pay out the sum of fifteen pounds lawful money to the petitioners for the purpose in the said petition mentioned and to take care that it be applied for that use and no other.
 

Province of the Massachusetts Bay

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This Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq., Captain General and Commander in Chief, to the Honorable His Majesty's Council, and House of Representatives in General Court Assembled

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To the Honored General Court Now Sitting in Boston, This 27th of February 1695

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To the Honoured General Court at Boston, June 3, 1671

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To His Excellency Jonathan Belcher, Esq., Captain General and Governour in Chief, in and over His Majesty’s Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, to The Honorable His Majesty’s Council and House of Representatives in General Court Assembled

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Old Sosawanno

Old Sosawanno appears on a list of Natick Indians in 1683.  His name appears on two Natick petitions the following year.  In one, he, Captain Tom, and several others protested the sale of land near Whip Suffrage, Massachusetts, and demanded redress.  MA 30: 279a, 287. Petition of Captain Tom to the Massachusetts General Assembly, 1684.09.19.00/  MA 30: 276, 287, 256a.

Wawopequinont

Wawopequinont was a member of the Nipmuc Indian community.  In 1684, he, Captain Tom, and several others protested the sale of land near Whip Suffrage, Massachusetts, and demanded redress.  Petition of Captain Tom to the Massachusetts General Assembly, 1684.09.19.00.

Dublet, Thomas

Thomas Dublet (Nepanet) was from the Praying Indian Town of Nashoba.  His wife’s name was Sarah. Dublet was an Indian interpreter.  During King Philip’s War, he assisted in redeeming English captives.  In that service, he received two coats for the return of Goodman Morse. He also was an agent in Mary Rowlandson’s release.

To His Excellency William Shirley, Esq.,  Captain General and Governour in Chief in and over His Majesty’s Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, to the Honorable His Majesty’s Council and the Honorable House of Representatives in General Court Now Met and Assembled

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