Nautumpum, Gideon, 1787 -

Gideon Nautumpum (1787-after 1860) was a member of the Mashpee Indian Community. 

He was a signatory to a January 1834 Mashpee petition written by William Apes.   His name was added to that of 288 other Mashpee residents and community members complaining of a number of longstanding grievances against the overseers and the Congregational missionary to the tribe.  

In 1840, Nautumpum was living at Mashpee with a woman age 24-35, another age 55-99, and a young boy under 10.  He was engaged in agricultural work.  Twenty years later, he was living in South Sandwich, Massachusetts.  Petition of the Mashpee Indians to the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1834.01.29.00.  Federal Enumeration of Massachusetts (Mashpee, 1840; Sandwich, 1860), Ancestry.

Born: 
1787
Died: 
After 1860
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