The following are taken from indexes at the Massachusetts
Archives, at Columbia Point in Dorchester. The complete documents are available
there on microfilm.
Volume 37 page 39a - according to John Plaisted's
narrative, 20 Indians descended upon the mills at Newichawannock, attacking
three men and only William Spencer escaping. June 10 (1691)
Volume 37 page 38 - intelligence that 20 Indians had
attacked Newichawannock June 12, 1691
Volume 37 page 43a - the Holmes Garrision was broken
up in face of Indian terror, according to Richard Martin and William Vaughan
June 17, 1691
Volume 37 page 54 - letter of Francis
Hooke tells how both fat and lean cattle were destroyed at Newichawannock
due to Indian attacks. The enemy had taken Holmes garrison and were keeping
Volume 37 page 55 letter of
William Vaughan, June 19, 1691
Volume 37 page 57a letter of Vaughan,
June 23, 1691
Volume 37 page 113a-114 25
Indians near William Spencer's garrison, two colonists shot, one lived.
Aug 13, 1691
Volume 37 page 145 Letter of Robert
Pike? six persons slain at Newichawannock Sept. 29, 1691
Volume 37 page 145b Letter of Vaughan,
4 men and one woman slain within sight of the upper garrisons there. Sept.
Volume 8 page 37 Hezikiah Niles
captured at Berwick? his depo. May 31, 1695
Volume 70 page 482 Petition of Benjamin
Nason, seeking compensation for his daughter's ransom. Sept. 21, 1700.
Volume 7 page 222 Sloop Eagle of
Boston built at Berwick, Benjamin Jeffry Master, found in register of vessels,
May 20, 1703
Volume 71 page 89 Justice Prebble
impressed Luies Ban (Lewis Bane) to carry letters from York to Newichawannock
Nov. 8, 1704.
Volume 31 page 89 Expense account
for entertaining Indians at Newichawannock includied in Josiah Parker's
Volume 71 page 873, 874, 877 - number
of families, inhabitants, and soldiers there, in a list Dec. 6, 1711