[Sister of Great David]

This unknown woman came from a leading Quabaug family.  Her brother, known as Great David, was the community's leader during King Philip's War.  At that time, she was married to John Humphrey (Umphrey), a Native man from the Pennacook.  

After her husband was imprisoned during King Philip's War, she chose to go with him into overseas slavery.  At that time, she and Humphrey had at least one small child.

Sebastian, Sarah, 1867 - 1932

Born in Groton, Connecticut in 1867, Sarah Sebastian was the daughter of Manuel Sebastian and Tamer Brushell, an Eastern Pequot woman.  She married Ephraim Williams, an Eastern Pequot on May 16, 1885.  The couple had a number of children: Franklin, Sarah J., Henrietta, and Bertha.  Flowers, Systematic Description of Kinship, 11-12.

Sebastian, Phoebe, 1892 - 1986

Born on the Eastern Pequot reservation, Phoebe Esther Sebastian was the daughter of Francisco Sebastian and Mary McKinney.  She married William Earl Smith and raised a family in Hartford, Connecticut.  She died in Hartford, Connecticut in 1986.

Obituary, Hartford Courant, April 14, 1986.  Federal Enumeration of Connecticut (Hartford, 1930), Ancestry.