The people in Farmington, CT originated with the migration of Esopus families [formerly the Rabbit clan of the Munsee] from the Esopus River area and families of the M'hiacan proper, both from what was then Nu Schodack and is now the Kingston, NY area. This was prior to the Haudenosaunee efforts to be peaceful. They were called Tunxis or Watunxis Esopus in the Treaty of Farmington of 1640 and included families from 34 different nations living there at that time. These include the Six Nations, as well as other Iroquoian related people such as Windent, Eire, etc., four L/D/Nakota nations, plus Ute, Piute, Shoshone, Dine and others who had traveled east while hunting and stayed.
Other families are located in northwestern Connecticut [the 4 Sisters], Hartford, CT [Luc-Luc band], eastern Massachusetts, the Greater New York Metropolitan region, Syracuse, Maine, Florida, and the West Coast.