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Andrew was a member of a leading family from Quabaug. He and his brother were captured by an Indian raiding party that was fighting on behalf of the English. Upon his delivery to the English, Andrew was brutally killed. Drake, Book of Indians, 81.
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.
Amasa Lawrence was born in Thompson, Connecticut, circa 1811. While little is known of his childhood or parentage, as a young man he took to the sea, a crew member aboard the ship Manchester Packet, which departed from the New London, CT on June 30, 1832 bound for the South Atlantic. By December of 1833 Amasa had returned home and was enumerated in a private census of tribal members living on the reservation in what was then Groton, Connecticut.
Born around 1800, Thomas Nedson was the son of James Nedson and Tyra Apes of Stonington (now North Stonington), Connecticut, and the husband of Mary Shelly. The couple had a number of children, including a daughter, Amanda, and possibly a son, Thomas.
Albert Sebastian was the son of Manuel Sebastian and Tamer Brushell, an Eastern Pequot woman. He married Louisa Victoria Hazard, a Narragansett woman, on June 1, 1882 in Richmond, Rhode Island. Flowers, Systematic Description of Kinship, 10.
Calvin Henry Sebastian was born in Groton, Connecticut, the son of Manuel Sebastian and Tamer Brushell, an Eastern Pequot woman. He married Mary Eliza Watson, a fellow Eastern Pequot, in Stonington, Connecticut. Flowers, Systematic Description of Kinship, 9.