22 Mar 1762 Will of Janey Chagum wife to Great James Chagum – Land given by Thomas Ninigret

Will of Janey Chagam – Transcribed by Coni Dubois 8/8/2011  – blanks are words I just can’t make out~
Charlestown March of 22 day in the Second year of the ___ King George the third over Great Brittan __ and in the year of our Lord Christ 1762
I Janey Chagam of Charleston in King County in the Colony of Rhode Island __(of) being of perfect mind and memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament that unto (into) say first I will that all my funeral charges and just debts be paid in reasonable time after my deacas by my execater hereafter named out of my estate. Items I give and bequeath into my will beloved Grandson James Hazard son of my daughter Janey Chagam all my personal estate item I likewise give to my said Grandson all my rights and property of lands in said Charleston belonging to Nenigrett and his tribe of Indians said lands that I claime in now in the posesion of Jams Chogam and was given to me by the present Sacham Thomas Nenegrett Father George Nenigrett __ Item I likewise give to my said Grandson James Hazard all my right and tile of land lying on New Shoreham in the county of Newport and Colony above said to him his heirs and asign forever item my will is that my Grandson James keep and maintain me in sufficient meet, drink, clothing, washing and lodging during my natural life and at my deceas to give a decent buryal and I due appoint ordain my said Grandson James my whole and sole Executor of this my last Last will and testament hereby acknowledging and Disannulling all other former wills Leaguels and bequeaths ratifying and confirming this and do other to be my last will and testament in witness where of I have hereunto set my hand and seal the date afore written
Sign Sealed and delivered by the Jeaney Chogam as her last will and testament
In presence of us              The word and property was _______(inbrothed?) before signing and sealing
Peleg   Cross                                                                                                 Her
Jonathan Ladd                         Janey   X  Chogam  (+) seal (which is a circle with a cross in it)
John Welch                                          Mark
_____________ (?) Town Clerk

Will of Janey Chagum Part 1

Will of Janey Chagum Part 2

Planning a trip to Connecticut Nov 7th-12th

I haven’t done very much traveling this year and decided to do the N.E.W Alliance Planted Seeds Healing Fires of the Sister Tribes on Nov 10th at 4:30 pm~

I was also was invited to the Westerly-Pawcatuck Veteran’s Day Parade at 9:30 am on the 10th~

Info: Mark your calendar November 10, 2012 the Westerly-Pawcatuck Veteran’s Day Parade will line up in the Pawcatuck Shopping Center at 8:30 AM. We ask that all tribal members and friends take part in the parade to honor all veterans who served. Many were our relatives and friends & our neighbors. All streets in the area will close down to traffic at 9:00 AM. The parade steps off at 9:30 AM the line of march is about 1 mile mostly down hill and level ground. Dress warm as the morning maybe chilly, bring your blankets to carry or to wrap over your shoulder. The parade will end at the Westerly Armory on Railroad Ave in Westerly.  Wiquapaug Parade Committee

I’ve also been in contact with one of the Archeologist Kevin McBride (with the Mashantucket Research Center at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum) he has helped me in my research along the way with the Pequot War/King Philip’s War – He has offered to take my group to the King Philip’s dig on the 11th I had visited it a couple of years ago and very excited to be able to go back to it~