Thomas Tracy Assists Uncas
"In 1645 he [Thomas Tracy1] and Thomas Leffingwell, with others, relieved Uncas, the sachem of the Mohegans, with provisions when he was besieged at Shattuck's Point by Pessachus, Sachem of the Narragansetts, which led to the subsequent grant of the town of Norwich in 1659."
Evert E. Tracy
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