Eunice (wife of Cornelius)

The sister of Kaceeton and Sarah, Eunice was a Tunxis woman from a prominent Connecticut River Indian family.  She married Cornelius Hannable by 1740 and resided in New Hartford. 
She may have been the same Eunice Indian who was baptized in the New Hartford Church in 1744 and had an Indian called Abigail under her care in 1754.  Eunice became a church member on January 3, 1762, but joined the Farmington Church the following year. In 1769, Eunice and Cornelius sold off their Farmington and New Hartford properties, most likely in preparation to remove to Brothertown, New York. It is unclear, however,  as to whether she followed her husband to Oneida Country.
Connecticut, US Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920, Ancestry. New Hartford Land Records 2:108; 3: 82, 41.