New Jersey Indians – P Surnames

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Paakek (or Paakek Siekaak, or Paakli Sekaak), 230. Indian deed, June 6, 1695. See Taepgan. Indians of N. J.. 112.

Pachem, “a crafty man” of the Hackensacks, who urged the Indians to a general massacre early in 1643. See Oratamy. N. Y. Col. Docs., IV., 8; Indians of N. J., 104.

Pachtan. Indian deed, September 16, 1709. See Amegatha, and Gwach.

Paghquehom. Indian deed, May 19, 1671. See Assawakow.

Paiquahakopawa. Indian deed, Nov. i, 1714. See Namaliskont.

Pajpemoor (Pojpemoor), “brother to and reputed by Pajpemoor,” etc. Agreement, Dec., 1663. See

Matanoo. Pakehautas. Indian deed, June 20, 1703. See Nanhamman.

Pama Corne. 278. Indian deed, Sept. 12, 1697. See Hoaken.

Pamascome. Indian deed, Dec. 12, 1681. See Machote.

Pamascone. Indian deed, May 12, 1681. See Machcote.

Pamehelett, 73. Indian deed, Feb. 25, 1685-6. See Ishe-vekak.

Panaway. Indian deed, May 9, 1710. See Memerescum.

Panktoe. Indian deed, Jan. i, 1687, for land near Cape Island. Beasley s Hist. Cape May County, 1857, p. 189.

Papejeco (Papejecop in the text), “commander or Saechem of the Indians inhabiting part of what the English call the northern part of the Jerseys,” and seven others, “with others our friends and relatives,” not named. Indian deed, Sept. 3, 1714, “pursuant to a former bargain and laying out, concluded, made and marked in the year 1707,” for lands at Singack brook, and at the falls of Pompton River. Bergen County Deeds, Book A, p. 5.

Paponerom. Indian deed, June 8, 1677. See Mendawasey.

Paquasha. Indian deed, Nov. i, 1714. See Namaliskont.

Paquashakoppawa. Indian deed, Nov. i, 1714. See Namaliskont.

Pasachynom. Agreement, Dec., 1663. See Matanoo.

Passakegkey (witness), 17. Indian deed, May 19, 1671. See Assawakow.

Pawark and Manansamit. Indian deed, Nov. 19, 1681, for tract on the Raritan, south of Pluckemin, including the island, Matanique. First Things in Old Somerset, 9.

Pawark, Cowalanuck, Manamasamet and Agnamapamund. Indian deed, Nov. 19, 1681, for tract called Tuckaramahack, near Burnt Mills, and between the North Branch and Lamington rivers. First Things in Old Somerset, 13.

Pawark, Cowalanuck, Manamasamet and Agnamapamund. Indian deed, November 19, 1681, for lands on Raritan River, at Tuckaramohackinge. Elizabethtown Bill in Chancery, 53.

Pawark and Manansamitt. Indian deed, November 19, 1681, for lands on the north side of Raritan river, including Mattanike Island. Elizabethtown Bill in Chancery, 53.

Pawarone and Weimenes. Indian deed, October 9, 1685, for lands on Hollands Brook and South Branch of Raritan. Elizabethtown Bill in Chancery, 57.

Pawmetop, 73. Indian deed, Feb. 25, 1685-6. See Ishevekak.

Payhicken, 278. Indian deed, Sept. 12, 1697. See Hoaken.

Paymell. Indian deed, Aug. 13, 1708. See Taphaow.

Pay warren, of Somerset County, 130. Indian deed, Aug. 14, 1688. For land on Hollands Brook and Raraton River.

Pay warren. Indian deed, August 14, 1688, for lands at Hollands Brock down to the meeting of the Branches of the Raritan. Elizabethtown Bill in Chancery, 57.

Pearawe. Indian deed, February 28, 1671. See Warkop.

Peanto, “alias Enequete.” See Enequete.

Pecca Chica. Indian deed, September 16, 1709. See Amegatha.

Pecrore, Indian Sachem of Woomanasung. Indian deed, Aug. 12, 1677. See Janatan.

Pekawan. Indian deed, June 7, 1677. See Querameck.

Pelopec. Debtor to the estate of John Bowne, of Mattawan, April 9, 1716. N. J. Archives, XXIII., 53.

Pelowash. Debtor to the estate of John Bowne, of Mattawan, April 9, 1716. N. J. Archives, XXIII, 53.

Pemattase. Indian deed, Oct. 23, 1758. See Egohohoun.

Pemekoy. Indian deed, June 8, 1677. See Mendawasey.

Pemendoway. Indian deed, June 8, 1677. See Mendawasey.

Pemhus. Indian deed, April 3, 1677. See Pewropo.

Pemus. Indian deed, March 27, 1677. See Peruptah.

Penckaonus, Peckcanouse, Perkaonus, 51, 57. Indian deeds, Oct. 17, 1681; April 20, 1682; Feb. 26, 1683-4. See Eschapous.

Pennekeck, “the chief behind the Col” (in the neighbor hood of Communipaw), the principal Indian speaker at a conference with the Dutch in 1649. N. Y. Col. Docs., XIII., 25; Indians of N. J., 105.

Pennekeck, “chief of the Indians of Achkinkeshaky,” at the time of the Indian uprising in September, 1655. N. Y. Col. Docs., XIII., 48; Indians of N. J., 105.

Pequacheak. Indian deed, Dec. 31, 1701. See Tapehou.

Pequehohup. Indian deed, Dec. 31, 1701. See Tapehou.

Perawae, in Indian deed, 1667. See Wapamuck.

Perewyn, “lately chosen Sachem of ye Hackingsack, Tappan and Staten Island Indians,” in August, 1669. N. Y. Col. Docs., XIII, 428; Indians of N. J., 109,

Perketeecka. Indian deed, May I, 1701. See Tapgow.

Pernpath, 66. Indian deed, Aug. 22, 1681. See Abozaweramud.

Perowes. Indian deed, June 8, 1677. See Mendawasey.

Perro, an Indian claimant (1666) to “the Passaic Lands, which is now (March 13, 1687-8) called Newark.” Elizabethtown Bill in Chancery, 118 .

Peruptah and Pemus. Indian deed, March 27, 1677. E. J. Deeds, Lib. No. i, p. 74, back.

Petheatus, 395. Indian deed, Oct. 10, 1677. See Ahtahkones.

Pewaherenoes. Indian deed, April 13, 1671. See Ahwaroeb.

Pewerighweiraghen (witness), 17. Indian deed. May 19,1671. See Assawakow.

Pewropa (Peropay), Emoros and Waywaramong, “Chefe Sachems of Ramenesing and the true real proprietors of a certain tract of land” near Middletown. Indian deed, June 18, 1675. E. J. Deeds, Lib. No. i, f. 49, back.

Pewropo [?Pemropo], Nianick and Pemhus. Indian deed, April 3, 1677, to John Willson, for tract of 300 acres, south of Middletown, “betwixt said town and tangnawomse field and by the English called the Ridge of hills.” E. J. Deeds, Lib. No. i, f. 91, back.

Pierwim, “ye Sachem of Pan” (Pavonia, now part of Jersey City), witness to Indian deed of July 11, 1667. See Wapamuck.

Piewecherenoes, “alias Hans, the Savage.” Agreement, Dec., 1663. See Matanoo.

Pishot. An Indian on the Muskonetkong River, in 1715. John Reading s Journal, MS., in N. J. Historical Society.

Pleeze (or Pluze). Indian deed, March 30, 1688. See Hoham.

Poanto. Indian deed, Sept. 10, 1677. See Katamas.

Pojpemoor. Agreement, Dec., 1663. See Matanoo.

Pombelus, Indian John. Debtor to John Imlay, store keeper at Bordentown, 1751-1757. Hist. Burling ton and Mercer Counties, 1883, p. 457.

Pombolus, John. Indian power of attorney, Feb. 23, 1758. See Teedyescunk.

Pomiechowar. Indian deed, July 29, 1702. See Tapehow.

Porrupha and Checokas, “Sacamores of the Indians.” Indian deed, Feb. 3, 1676. E. J. Deeds, Lib. No. i, p. 82, back. (Query: Pulluppa, a buck.)

Potasko. Thomas s History of West Jersey, 13. See Alpoongan.

Powantapis, 66. Indian deed, Aug. 22, 1681. See Abozaweramud.

Powas. Indian deed, Dec. 31, 1701. See Tapehou.

Poyhek. Indian deed, June 8, 1677. See Mendawasey.

Preakae, 156. Indian deed, Oct. 20, 1700. See Caponeaoconeaon.

Pulalum. Indian deed, Nov. 28, 1701. See Wiequahila.

Pumalum. Indian deed, Nov. 28, 1701. See Wiequahila.

Pumpshire, John. Indian power of attorney, Feb. 23, 1758. See Teedyescunk.

Pyahicken, 283. Indian deed, Sept. 2, 1696. See Mockhanghan.



MLA Source Citation:

Personal Names Of Indians Of New Jersey, By William Nelson, 1904, The Paterson History Club, Paterson, N. J. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 4 August 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/new-jersey-indians-p-surnames.htm - Last updated on Apr 24th, 2013


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