GxGrandparents killed in King Philip's War:
Lydia Adams, Richard Carder, John Gallup, John Leonard, John Stedman, Phineas Upham, that I know of. James Travis apparently was captured and held for two years.
One impact: as parts of these families moved into Pennsylvania following the Revolution 130 years later, they buried their first crop of deceased in unmarked graves - to prevent any suspicion they'd been weakened. OPSEC apparently having been a lesson purchased dear and held tight.
You know it's a little weird to say, "Cool, your relatives were killed by Indians!"
But it is, kinda.
I really can't imagine what it was like for those very earliest settlers. All their religious views, Native Americans, hunting with a gun that needed a tripod, all those pesky witches and funny hats, starving, looking for wampum in your free time, checking out all the hot Quaker babes on the other side of the tracks. Give me the Age of Enlightenment any day.