1832 Creek Census – Rabbit Town

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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 Rabbit.

Town
Number
Head
Males
Females
Slaves
Total
Remarks
Rabbit1Sally co ga3306
Rabbit2Ar tus Yo ho lo1102
Rabbit3Ko nip Har jo2305
Rabbit4Ho lof ter Chopko2305
Rabbit5Oke choy Har jo1203
Rabbit6Tom my Yo ho lo Chopko1203
Rabbit7Ar tus ho po ethe le1203
Rabbit8Sat to par cher1102
Rabbit9Washington2204
Rabbit10Ho I e che1203
Rabbit11Hin nip Fix i co2204
Rabbit12Cho ko fus Har jo1102
Rabbit13Tal ofe Har go2204
Rabbit14Jim my1203
Rabbit15E char ge E marth lar2305
Rabbit16Rabbit2305
Rabbit17Pole Cat1102
Rabbit18Sim me not tee2204
Rabbit19Mic co Yo ho lo1102
Rabbit20Mad dup e ne har1102
Rabbit21Hi a mar he1102
Rabbit22Hil la bee Har jo3104
Rabbit23Char co gee2103
Rabbit24Ho sar hal la1203
Rabbit25Ko sar Har jo1102
Rabbit26Naw but se Yo ho lo1102
Rabbit27We se har2103
Rabbit28No cose o thle po ya2204
Rabbit29O de ni gey1203
Rabbit30Wy ke1203
Rabbit31An ne1102
Rabbit32So mi er1203
Rabbit33Ne har Har jo2406
Rabbit34Sum aw le gey2204
Rabbit35Kle soth ke1102
Rabbit36Lucy1102
Rabbit37Chock o lock Har jo2103
Rabbit38Ar slid de0202
Rabbit39Sis o kee1102
Rabbit40Ar bick er Har jo1102
Rabbit41Sally2406
Rabbit42Wat ko shack o1102
Rabbit43Mock tusk a1102
Rabbit44Pol li ge2103
Rabbit45Richard Rush2103
Rabbit46War lock o Har jo Chopko2103
Rabbit47Choke Char ter5308
Rabbit48Tal a marse E marth lar1102
Rabbit49Tus se ki ar Har jo1102
Rabbit50Katey1102
Rabbit51Hil lo1102
Rabbit52Billy2305
Rabbit53Syl la cog ga Har jo2103
Rabbit54Sor we jack e0202
Rabbit55Kotch ar Fix i co1102
Rabbit56E ho mar ter1102
Rabbit57Yo be char1102
Rabbit58Mic co Chop ko1102
Rabbit59John ny1203
Rabbit60Nin ne he E marth lar2204
Rabbit61Oke choy3205
Rabbit62Tal la se Fix i co1405
Rabbit63Is swor ne Har jo1102
Rabbit64Cho lock o Yo ho lo1203
Rabbit65Kose hatch E marth lar1506
Rabbit66E hi e marth loo che1102
Rabbit67Sukey1102
Rabbit68Is far ne E marth lar1102
Rabbit69Har dus ho ne be E marth lar3306
Rabbit70No cose switch ee Har jo1102
Rabbit71So ho ni a1304
Rabbit72Cho il le Har jo1304
Rabbit73Is far ne Yo ho lo2204
Rabbit74Pow hose Har jo3205
Rabbit75Kot Har jo3104


MLA Source Citation:

Hall, Lance L. Parsons and Abbott Roll. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 28 July 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/1832-creek-census-rabbit-town.htm - Last updated on Oct 21st, 2013


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