Catherine Charles was a member of the Tunxis community in Farmington, Connecticut. In 1777, she received a little more than seven acres of land on the Tunxis reservation. However, because of a debt of a little more than four pounds owed to Dr. Thomas Wadsworth, Sheriff Ezekiel Cowles, on December 13, 1784, levied seven acres of her land on the Tunxis reservation at a price of 12 shillings and sixpence per acre. There is a Catherine Charles living among the Western Pequot in the summer of 1766. A child of this woman died in Ledyard in the winter of 1779. It is unclear whether the two women are the same.
Avery, History of the Town of Ledyard. Sources for this biography come from the Related Digital Heritage Items listed below.