Konkewasco was a Quabaug sachem from the village of Tantaskwee and may have been related to Wetoleshen, a former tribal leader. Because of former alliances and his distrust of Philip, he was one of the signatories of a peace treaty with the English on June 25, 1675. Some have claimed that he later reneged on his promise and joined Philip, as did many others who signed the treaty. Yet, at least one writer has insisted on his continued loyalty to the English.
Muttaump was a sachem of Quabaug during King Philip’s War who led the attack at Bloody Brook. His wife was captured at Washacum Pond by Captain Daniel Henchman at the end of May, 1676 and sent into West Indies slavery. Muttaump submitted to the English in July of that year and was hanged on September 26, 1676. George William Ellis and John E. Morris, King Philip’s War (New York: The Grafton Press, 1906), 87, 112, 242, 257, 286.