Treaty of September 29, 1817

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Two Section Tract

Two sections, of six hundred and forty acres each, are to be granted to each of the following persons, being the chief of the Wyandot Tribe, and his six counsellors, namely:

Dawatout, or John Hicks
Doouquod, or Half King
Hawdowuwaugh, or Matthews
Manocue, or Thomas
Routoudu, or Warpole
Sauyoudautausaw, or George Ruuh
Tauyaurontoyou, or Between the logs

And, after deducting the fifteen sections thus to be disposed of, the residue of the said tract of twelve miles square is to be equally divided among the following persons, namely:

Abrm. Williams sen.
Aumatourow
Aushewhowole
Bawews
Bigarms
Carryumanduetaugh
Caunaytoma
Cauyou
Chiyamik
Cudeetore
Cuqua
Curoweyottell
Dasharows
Dashoree
Datoowawna
Dauoreenu
Dauquausay
Daureehau
Daushouteehawk
Dautoresay
Dautsaqua
Dawhowhouk
Dawweeshoe
Deecalrautousay
Dootooau
Dusharraw
Duyewtale
Gausawaugh
Gearoohee
George Williams
Giveriahes
Gooyeamee
Hauleeyeatausay
Haunarawreudee
Haurauoot
Hawreewaucudee
Hawtooyou
Hayanoise or Ebenezer Zane
Hoocue
Hoogaudoorow
Hoondeshotch
Hoonorowyoutacob
Hottomorrow
Houtooyemaugh
Howcuquawdorow
Hownorowduro
Irahkasquaw
Isaac Williams
Isanowtowtouk or Fox Widow
Isatouque or John Coon
Ishoreameusuwat
Ishuskeah
Isontraudee
Isuhowhayeato
James Ranken
Lewis Coon
Madonrawcays
Madudara
Mahoma
Matoskrawtouk
Matsaye-aanyourie
Maudamu
Maurawskinquaws
Maurunquaws
Mautanawto
Mawcasharrow or widow M’Cullock
Mawdovdoo
Mawskattaugh
Maydounaytove
Mayeatohot
Moautaau
Mondushawquaw
Myatousha
Naatoua
Nacudseoranauaurayk
Nadocays
Narowayshaus
Nashawtoomous
Nautennee
Nawanaunonelo
Nawcatay
Nawsottomaugh
Naynuhanky
Neshaustay
Neudooslau
Newdeetoutow
Noriyettete
Norrorow
Oharvatoy
Ohoutautoon
Omitztseshaw
Ondewaus
Owawtatuu
Rahisaus
Razor
Roosayn
Roudootouk
Roueyoutacolo
Roumelay
Sadowerrais
Saharossor
Sanoreeshoc
Sanorowsha
Sarrahoss
Saudotoss
Sauratoudo or William Zane
Sauyounaoskra
Sawaronuis
Sawyourawot
Schowondashres
Scoutash
Sennewdorow
Sentumass
Serroymuch
Shamadeesay
Shaudauaye
Shauromou
Shawdouyeayourou
Shawnetaurew
Showweno
Siyarech
Skashowayssquaw
Skawduutoutee
Sommodowot
Sootonteeree
Sootreeshuskoh
Squautaugh
Squindatee
Susannah
Suyouturaw
Syhrundash
Syuwewataugh
Tahautoshowweda
Tahawquevouws
Tahawshodeuyea
Tahoroudoyou or Two
Tahorowtsemdee
Tahorroshoquaw
Tamataurank
Tanorawayout
Tatrarow
Tauomatsarau
Tauoodowma
Tauosanays
Taurowtotucawaa
Tauyouranuta
Tauyoureehoryeow
Tawareroons
Tawaumanocay or E. Wright
Taweesho
Tawtoolowme
Tawwass
Tawyaurontoreyea
Tawyougaustayou
Tayoudrakele
Teshawtaugh
Testeatete
Tiudee
Toayttooraw
Toharratough
Tolhomanona
Tomatsahoss
Toumou
Towntoreshaw
Toworordu or Big Ears
Trautohau weetough
Trayhetou
Tyyeakwheunohale
Youausha
Youhreo
Yourahatsa
Youronurays
Yourowon
Yourowquains or the widow of the Crane
Youshindauyato


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