Resignation of Isaac Avery as Overseer of the Groton Pequot Indians

May It Please Your Excellency
 
I was appointed Overseer to the Pequot Tribe of Indians in the Town of Groton in October 1797, which I now request to be dismissed from and that another may be appointed in my stead and be empowered to adjust and settle my account with said tribe.[1]
 
Preston, September 20, 1811
 
Endorsement:
Isaac Avery's Resignation as Overseer of the Pequot Tribe of Indians.  Accepted Upper House.  Concurred House of Representatives.  Excellency Roger Griswold, Esq., Governor Connecticut, New Haven
Legislative Action:
October Session 1811.  In the Upper House,  the above resignation is accepted.  Attest, Thomas Day, Secretary.  In the House of Representative, concurred.  Attest, Charles Denison, Clerk
Address:
Governor Griswold, General Assembly
Cataloguing:
37a-d, 47
 
 

[1] The General Assembly chose Ebenezer Morgan of Groton to replace Avery.  PRSC, Vol. 15, 264.