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1832 Creek Census – Weogufka Town

By a treaty of March 24, 1832, the Creek Indians ceded to the United States all of their land east of the Mississippi River. Heads of families were entitled to tracts of land, which, if possible, were to include their improvements. In 1833 Benjamin S. Parsons and Thomas J. Abbott prepared a census of Creek Indian heads of families, which gave their names and the number of males, females, and slaves in each family. The entries were arranged by town and numbered; these numbers were used for identification in later records. This is the census for the town of Weogufka. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Weogufka1Cuss se tau Har jo3205 Weogufka2Se hith li a1203 Weogufka3Osar Har jo1304 Weogufka4Ke we lock o1102 Weogufka5Tuck a batch e Har jo1102 Weogufka6Is par ho le1102 Weogufka7Tal la deeg Fix i co2103 Weogufka8Ok ti ar che Fix i co2305 Weogufka9Yo ho lo E marth lar2204 Weogufka10Ot tise Fix i co2103 Weogufka11Ne har Marth te E marth lar2103 Weogufka12Ko chus micco2204 Weogufka13Wat que Yo ho lo1102 Weogufka14Hil lis Fix i co2204 Weogufka15Okeeche E marth lar1203 Weogufka16Fuck hi a1103 Weogufka17O yet tick Yo ho lo1203 Weogufka18Net ti ga1102 Weogufka19Cho Yo ho lo1102 Weogufka20Ar choo le Har jo3205 Weogufka21Lof ter Yo ho lo2204 Weogufka22Ko we Har jo1405 Weogufka23Hil la bee E marth lar1102 Weogufka24Tal se Fix i co2204 Weogufka25Chu got te Fix i co1304 Weogufka26Sat e lo ke1102 Weogufka27Ar che wy che1102 Weogufkar27Martaw way Har go1203principal chief Weogufka28Man no gey1102 Weogufka29Sotch e mitch e1102 Weogufka30Mit te caw le1102 Weogufka31Tith le gey1102 Weogufka32Billy/Polly1102 Weogufka33Ko chus Har jo2204 Weogufka34Cu be che E marth lar1203 Weogufka35Ton no e char1203 Weogufka36Wat te1102 Weogufka37Tim mor tee0202...

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