Mohegan

State of Connecticut

To the Honourable Gentlemen that Compose the General of the Assembly of the State of Connecticut

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To the Honorable General Assembly of the State of Connecticut to be Holden at New Haven, May 4th 1836

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To the Honourable General Assembly of the State of Connecticut to be Held at New Haven in said State on the First Wednesday of May 18361

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Law, Sally (1836), 1789 - 1863

Sally was a Mohegan woman who married William Law of Norwich, Connecticut.  The couple had several children:  William E., Lucinda, John A., Sarah E., and Alfred William.  After the death of her husband in 1833, she and her son Alfred unsuccessfully petitioned the Connecticut for the exemption of taxes.  Sarah died in Norwich in the winter of 1863.  Brown and Rose, Black Roots, 226. 1836/04.21.00 

To the Honorable General Assembly of the State of Connecticut to Be Held at New Haven in and for said State on the First Wednesday of May 18381

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Cooper, Peter George

Peter George Cooper, the son of John Cooper, was a member of the Mohegan community of Montville, Connecticut.  In 1829 he married Phebe Waukeet.  Cooper was a mariner who sailed out of New London on several occasions.  His height on crew lists was noted as 5'8.

Cooper, David (1836)

David Cooper was the son of Joshua Cooper and Amy George (Pequot) of Montville, Connecticut and a member of the Mohegan tribe.  He and his wife Lucy Brushel Pease had seven children, two of whom are known: Lucy and Amy.

To the Honourable General Assembly of the State of Connecticut to be Held at New Haven in said State on the First Wednesday of May 18361

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