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Iakhursoe. Brother s son of Ockanickon, and appointed by Ockanickon to succeed him as King. Smith’s N. J., 148. See Ockanickon.
(Jakhursoe Achcolsoet. one who takes care of a thing, a preserver. Heckewelder’s Dictionary of the Delaware, etc., 383.)
Iareandy, Iauwandy. Indian deed, Nov. 10, 1701. See Machcopoikan.
Ichchepe, 66. Indian deed, Aug. 22, 1681. See Abozaweramud.
Ipan Kickan. Indian chief, of Rancokeskill, N. J. With three other Chiefs, at a conference with Governor Andros, at New Castle, Del., May 13, 1675. N. Y. Col. Docs., XII., 523; N. J. Archives, I., 182.
Ireoseke. Indian deed, May 3, 1677. See Hepihance. Irooseeke, 65. Indian deed, April 3, 1678. Seaheppee and Irooseeke, sachems, to Jacob Tmax (of Middletown). Also Indian deed, Aug. 22, 1686. See Abozaweramud.
Irramgen (a witness), 17. Indian deed, May 19, 1671. See Assawakow.
Irramighkim, Irramigkin, 17. Indian deed, May 19, 1671. See Assawakow.
Isarick. Indian deed, June 7, 1677. See Queramack.
Ishavekak and two others, “Middlesex County Indians,” 73. Indian deed, March 20, 1684-5. For a tract on South river, running six miles along it to Thomas Lawrence’s land.