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. His name appears on several petitions to the Massachusetts General Court in 1681 and 1684. Connole, The Indians of the Nipmuck Country, 200. Alfred Sereno Hudson, Commemorative of Calvin and Luther Blanchard (West Action, MA; Luke Blanchard, 1899), 77. MA 30: 257, 279, 287; 13: 360.