Hue, Nabby, - 1827

When a State of Connecticut Committee came to the Eastern Pequot Reservation in May of 1815, they listed Abigail, or Nabby, Hue as one the tribe in a household consisting of two adults and no children.  A year later she was enumerated as one of a number of Eastern Pequots receiving benefits from the renting of pasture land on the Lantern Hill reservation.  At the time, she owned four two-year-old cattle at a value of $6.67.

Nabby appeared numerous times in the records of the state-appointed overseers for the Tribe from 1822 until her death in the summer of 1827. She received goods and services through the tribe as well as her share in the leasing of tribal lands.  

Copy of the Appointment and Report of a Committee to Evaluate the State and Condition of Tribes in the State of Connecticut, IP 2.1.19, 1815.05.00.01;   Memorandum of Stock Allowed in Indian Town Pasture, 1816.06.01.00, ICRC; NLC :PbS, Indians, Eastern Pequot.

June 1827