A tribe or subtribe which Capt. John Smith (Virginia, 1, 118, 1629; Arber ed., 53, 1884) locates on teh w. bank of Patuxent r., St. Mary's co., Md. They were near to and in friendship with the Patuxent and Matapanient, the 3 tribes numbering 200 warriors. The principal village boe the tribal name and is supposed by Bozman to have been situated at the mouth of a small creek about 2 1/2 miles above Cole's inspection house. Smith describes them as "the most civill to give entertainment."