Tunxis

Whereas, there hath been a former contract or bargain betwixt our honored friend Mr. John Haynes, Esq., formerly of Hartford, deceased, on the one party for the town of Farmington and Pethus, sachem of Tunxis Sepos, and Ahamo in the name and with the consent of the rest of the Indians then in being as by our former writing doth plainly appear bearing date April 9, 1650, yet notwithstanding in process of time some
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Queremus' Son

Queremus' son was a signatory on a May 22, 1673 deed from the Tunxis to the English confirming former agreements and settling bounds of the plantation of Farmington. 

Sources for this biography come from the Related Digital Heritage Items listed below.

1788.04.12.00_page1.27.508.Lot21 and INLot9.jpg
Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Tunxis
Category
Geography, Land, & the Environment, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
Summary
Transfer of six acres in the Indian reservation at Lot 21 by a Tunxis woman to a Farmington resident
To All People to Whom These Presents Shall Come: Greeting
 
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To All People to Whom These Presents Shall Come: Greeting
 
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To All People to Whom These Presents Shall Come: Greeting
 
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Sarah (Kasceeton's sister)

A member of a prominent Connecticut River community family, Sarah was the sister of Kasceeton and Eunice.  On April 8, 1737, the three siblings bought forty-one acres from Jonathan Merrill in New Hartford, Connecticut,  When the property was allotted in 1747, after Kasceeton's death, Sarah received ten acres in the eastern part.  In 1769, Sarah with her sister Eunice and brother-in-law Cornelius exchanged lands with Kasceeton's widow.
 
Plan of Indian Grant&_page1.png
Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Tunxis
Category
Geography, Land, & the Environment, Culture & Society, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
Summary
Map showing lots of East Haven proprietors and Indian Neck proprietors [incomplete]