Mohegan

Uncas’ right was derived to him by marring the daughter of Sebequenish who dwelt Hammonasset.  The above agreement was confirmed by deed January 13, 1663 by Uncas and his son, Ahaddon, Sebequanash’s grandson, unto William Leete and Samuel Kitchel in consideration of an Indian coat and shirt cloth to the value of forty shillings, together with remainder that lays between the East River and Hammonasset, except part which was sold by said Uncas long since to Mr. Phoenix and by Mr. Phoenix given Mr.
This writing made May 31, 1675 between Joshua, sachem of Niantic,[1] his mother[2] Arramamet’s widow, and her two daughters, of the one part, and Mr.
This writing witnesseth that Uncas, Sachem of Mohegan, in behalf of himself and people of Mohegan and Niantic do hereby engage him and them to Arramanet, Seacut, Nesahegen, gentlemen of Connecticut in behalf of the Indian people at Windsor, Podunk, Hartford, that they will carry it peaceably and neighborly towards them and the aforesaid Indians, and that they will not either secretly or publicly contrive or practice any evil or mischief against them.  And the a

Waugs, Eunice

While the names of her parents are currently unknown, it appears that Eunice Waugs was the daughter of an Eastern Pequot man and a Mohegan woman.
 
In the spring of 1816, the Town of Norwich spent funds to support her.  With a belief that she was a Mohegan, they requested reimbursement from the Mohegan's overseer.  The claim was denied because the Mohegans restricted payment from the avails of tribal land to full-blooded Mohegan only.  Seeing that Esther's father was from another tribe, she could not qualify.