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Exhibit A – First Christian Party of Oneida Indians Report

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EXHIBIT A.
Second Oneida Purchase of 1829.

Lots

AcresPer AcrePer LotPurchasersConsiderationPaid
180.44$12 00$965 28Harvey Cobb, vendue, 30th March 1830$1,325 00$332 00
289.2912 001,071 48Burton H. Dyre, 30th March 18301,105 00277 00
389.6911 00986 59Timothy N. Ferrell, 30th March 18301,020 00255 00
446.287 00323 96Daniel B. Moot, 30th March 1830425 00107 00
571.907 50539 25Ebenezer Nye, 30th March 1830980 00245 00
671.908 00575 20Silvanus Seeber, 30th March 1830915 00238 00
775.179 50714 11John Stisser, 30th March 1830715 00200 00
875.337 00527 31Henry Betsinger and John Pickup, 30th March 1830570 00143 00
600$5,703 18Valuation$7,055 00
Difference,5,703 00
$1,352 00

Oneida Purchase of 8th Oct., 1829

Lots

AcresPer AcrePer LotPurchasersConsiderationPaid
993.8010 00938 00James Stewart, Jr., vendue, Dec. 19, 18332,010 00503 00
1096.768 50822 46James Stewart, Jr., vendue, Dec. 19, 18332,010 00500 00
1378.228 00625 76James and Alanson Stewart, vendue, Dec. 19, 18332,025 00507 00
14100.15 501,550 00John M. Ferrel & Solomon Davis, vendue, Dec. 19, 18333,110 00778 00
S. half of1550.12 50625 00John B. Terry, vendue, Dec. 19, 18331,280 00320 00
1774.257 00519 75Nicholas Betsinger, vendue, Dec. 19, 18331,450 00362 50
1874.258 00594 00Martin M. Cooper & Henry Ben, vendue, Dec. 19, 18331,580 00395 00
19106.088 50901 68Christian Harp, vendue, Dec. 19, 18332,645 00661 25
2079.807 50598 50William Roach, vendue, June 15, 18351,215 00304 00
2180.567 50604 20Robert Menzie, vendue, June 15, 18351,930 00483 00
2299.285 00 496 40John Adle, vendue, June 15, 18351,305 00326 25
2380.286 00481 68Jacob W. Seeber, vendue, June 15, 18351,030 00300 00
2482.606 00495 60Hendrick Gregg, vendue, June 15, 18351,220 00305 00
2571.176 00427 02Abraham Burger, vendue, June 15, 18351,300 00325 00
2671.125 0039 16John A. House, vendue, June 15, 18351,450 00362 50
2776.605 50421 30Sylvester Pettibone, vendue, June 15, 18351,250 00315 00
2827.387 00191 66John Gardner, vendue, June 15, 1835630 00157 50
Rem. of E. pt,,41.137 00287 91Sold by order of Land Office to Gregg287 91143 91
2969.107 50483 70at the original apppraisement.*483 70241 85
3069.397 50520 42520 42260 21
3170.377 50527 77527 77263 89
1592.1412,503 9729,249 80
1,504 00
30,753 80
I do hereby certify that the above is a correct abstract from the original sales book in the Surveyor General’s Office, as compared by me this 20th day of February 1835. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, Surveyor General.
Lot 22 was originally surveyed as containing 71.31 acres.
But by the consent of the Commissioners of Land office 27.97 acres. was added, being taken from lot 16.
Total 99.28 acres.
The figures in red ink are noted this 13th day of January 1849. B. S. VAN RENSSELAER, For State Eng. and Surv.
N. Part15.50Sold John pursuant to a resolution of
N. Part16.50Land Office, to, John B. Terry1,504 00376 00
     The $1,504 received for these 100 acres, was paid to the order of the First Christian Party, residing at Duck Creek, Wisconsin Territory, by order of the Commissioners of the Land Office, the 13th day of May, 1843. See Res. L. O., also ch. 58, Laws of 1839.
January 13th 1849. B. S. VAN RENSSELAER, For State Eng and Surv.
     * See act ch 70, of 1831, granting 250 acres of land to John Gregg, or his assigns, and which the Land Office sold pursuant to such act. See minutes of Land Office, Dec. 17, 1833. A true extract, by S. VAN RENSSELAER.

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