I found this in old 1845 book called A Sketch of the History of Newbury, Newburyport and West Newbury from 1630 to 1845 by Joshua Coffin published in 1845 Boston.
In 1690 Caleb Moody was the owner of an Indian slave named "Joseph".
On Jan 5th 1732 in Dedham, MA the noted Indian named Samuel HYDE at age 106 died.He was a faithful soldier to the English.Samuel lived for a time in Newbury and at the time of the printing of this book folks were still telling stories regarding Samuel.On Aug. 25, 1676 Daniel GOOKIN, Sr. testified that "Sam and Jeremy HYDE have aquitted themselves well both for courage and fidelity, especially Sam Hyde whom they have witnessed to be one of the best and most active of them all, and that he took at Bridgewater one young man and five young women and children at other places and he slew one lusty young man and brought his hand to Capt. Hunting at Mt. Hope."