1832 Creek Census – Weogufka 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 Weogufka.

Town
Number
Head
Males
Females
Slaves
Total
Remarks
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
Weogufka38Hi hatch co?2103
Weogufka39A bic co Har jo2103
Weogufka40Is far ne Yo ho lo2204
Weogufka41E marth loo che2204
Weogufka42Sup in gul gey1102
Weogufka43Im mo mi1102
Weogufka44Fal lat y1102
Weogufka45Ar wamp ky1102
Weogufka46Oke chi Har jo2204
Weogufka47Pow hose E marth lar4307
Weogufka48Che was ti Har jo3104
Weogufka49Cu wat te lo gar3306
Weogufka50Kob bitch ar Fix i co1102
Weogufka51Ko e gus Har jo3306
Weogufka52Tos ke1102
Weogufka53Poth le ho la1203
Weogufka54Wox e Har jo2204
Weogufka55Cob bitch ey Har jo3407
Weogufka56Chee ho poy a2103
Weogufka57Chee Fix i co0000
Weogufka58J e gey1203
Weogufka59Tal se Yo ho lo3205
Weogufka60Klan no gey2103
Weogufka61Tus se ki ar Har jo2103
Weogufka62Neets ki Yo ho lo2204
Weogufka63Albut ter Har jo1102
Weogufka64Tim maw way2305
Weogufka65Yar ti kar Har jo3104
Weogufka66Thlath le Yo ho lo3104
Weogufka67Con at ke E marth lar5207
Weogufka68Chi ar Har jo2305
Weogufka69Fuck te lustee Yo ho lo2305
Weogufka70Oke choy Fix i co3306
Weogufka71Tuck o sar Har go3104
Weogufka72Ke e gew Fix i co?5106
Weogufka73Le tif Har jo1102
Weogufka74Su sey1102
Weogufka75Te war ho bot te1203
Weogufka76Te war thle Har jo1102
Weogufka77Lofter Fix i co5207
Weogufka78Yo ho lo Har jo1203
Weogufka79Nocose Har jo2103
Weogufka80Hemar Har jo2305
Weogufka81Jim my4105
Weogufka82O switch E marth lar4206
Weogufka83Ar hal le E marth lar1102
Weogufka84Oke jus ke Har jo1203
Weogufka85Se he lar che1102
Weogufka86Far ne Har jo1102
Weogufka87Chu wil le Har jo1102
Weogufka88E chum E marth lar1102
Weogufka89Se taw le1102
Weogufka90Mi at tub ba2103
Weogufka91Se naw he2204
Weogufka92Mic que Yo ho lo3205
Weogufka93O che Har jo2305
Weogufka94Ho har lock o Har jo1203
Weogufka95Nor be che Har jo1102
Weogufka96Tal se Har jo1102
Weogufka97Kla so se3104
Weogufka98Cin nug go me3205
Weogufka99Nor tum ga1102
Weogufka100E fus te gey1102
Weogufka101Kotch ar Yo ho lo1203
Weogufka102Sime saw3205
Weogufka103Ko nese Har jo1102


MLA Source Citation:

Hall, Lance L. Parsons and Abbott Roll. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 5 September 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/1832-creek-census-weogufka-town.htm - Last updated on Oct 21st, 2013


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