Pequot, Western

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Community
Mashantucket Pequot
Category
Work, Poverty, & Economy, Geography, Land, & the Environment, Culture & Society, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
Summary
William Williams' and Eneas Morgan's account of the Western Pequot's income and expenses over a nearly 7 year period
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Community
Mashantucket Pequot
Category
Work, Poverty, & Economy, Culture & Society, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
Summary
Expenses incurred for boarding and nursing services provided to Theodosia Deshon

Apes, Poll

Poll, or Polly, Apes was the wife of Peter George, marrying him in Preston, Connecticut on December 25, 1798.  She and her husband had at least two sons, Peter and Peleg.  Her relationship to the well-known author/preacher William Apes is unknown, but she may possibly be his aunt.

Records of Early Marriages in Preston From Church and Other Records Not Recorded in Books of Marriages,1725-1814.


To The Honorable The General Assembly of The State of Connecticut to Be Holden at New Haven[1] within And for Said State on The second Thursday of October[2] AD 1818 
 

Tikens, Kate

Little is known of Kate Tikens.  Her connection to the Mashantucket Pequot community is through a reference to a vernacular landscape, "the Kate Tikens Place", which drew rents from John Wilcox and others during the first part of the 19th century.  It is unlikely that this Kate Tikens is the same that was married to Tobias Tikens and baptized as an adult into the Stonington First Church in 1741, simply due to the many generations that separate the two references.

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