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Township 20-28 North, Range 13 East, Indian Meridian

Exhibit D The list of land filed with the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, December 16, 1902, and amended January 23, 1903, by Walter S. Logon, claiming to be the attorney for the Delaware Indians, is found as indicated below, from the Commission’s records, to be claimed and occupied by Delaware Citizens of the Cherokee Nation, as per Commission’s citizenship cards, and to this land there has not appeared any adverse claimant. NOTE: After you find your ancestor listed on this page, you should take the the Card Number, and go to the Final Roll Database and search there. Township 20 North, Range 13 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 319 902 Section 27 Bullette John 90.00 Delaware 325 472 Section 30 Bullette George 141.68 Delaware 325 472 Section 31 Bullette George 53.04 Delaware 319 902 Section 34 Bullette John 60.00 Township 21 North, Range 13 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 182 882 Section 19 Spybuck Mary 179.80 Township 22 North, Range 13 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 137 829 Section 18 Washington William 127.00 Delaware 137 829 Section 19 Washington William 72.28 Township 24 North, Range 13 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 91 126 Section 16 Caesar Nancy 600.00 Delaware 47 47 Section 28 White Mary 80.00 Delaware 96 398 Section 30 McEwin William 66.97 Township 25 North, Range 13 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 162 523 Section 2 Brown John 50.00 Delaware 167 525 Section 2 Bixler Amanda 80.00 Delaware 207 653 Section 3 Sarcoxie John 230.00 Delaware 211 39 Section 3 Peacock Lizzie 30.00 Delaware 148 480 Section 3 Beaver Eliza 30.00 Delaware 126 556 Section 3 Sarocoxie Mary D. 80.15...

Township 22-29 North, Range 14 East, Indian Meridian

Exhibit D The list of land filed with the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, December 16, 1902, and amended January 23, 1903, by Walter S. Logon, claiming to be the attorney for the Delaware Indians, is found as indicated below, from the Commission’s records, to be claimed and occupied by Delaware Citizens of the Cherokee Nation, as per Commission’s citizenship cards, and to this land there has not appeared any adverse claimant. NOTE: After you find your ancestor listed on this page, you should take the the Card Number, and go to the Final Roll Database and search there. Township 22 North, Range 14 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 319 902 Section 20 Bullette John 80.00 Delaware 319 902 Section 21 Bullette John 80.00 Township 23 North, Range 14 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 104 973 Section 13 Adams Richard C. 70.00 Delaware 104 973 Section 24 Adams Richard C. 80.00 Township 24 North, Range 14 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 105 974 Section 11 Adams Horace M. 130.00 Delaware 105 974 Section 12 Adams Horace M. 320.00 Delaware 294 879 Section 12 Smith George F. 60.00 Township 25 North, Range 14 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 171 470 Section 7 Anderson Daniel 200.00 Delaware 171 470 Section 8 Anderson Daniel 230.00 Delaware 310 896 Section 29 Secondine Simon 380.00 Delaware 210 896 Section 30 Secondine Simon 90.00 Township 26 North, Range 14 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 305 642 Section 10 Willey John R. 230.00 Delaware 305 642 Section 15 Willey John R. 320.00 Delaware 101 703 Section 16 Curleyhead Albert 160.00 Delaware 101 703 Section 17 Curleyhead Albert 640.00 Delaware 101...

Township 23-28 North, Range 15 East, Indian Meridian

Exhibit D The list of land filed with the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, December 16, 1902, and amended January 23, 1903, by Walter S. Logon, claiming to be the attorney for the Delaware Indians, is found as indicated below, from the Commission’s records, to be claimed and occupied by Delaware Citizens of the Cherokee Nation, as per Commission’s citizenship cards, and to this land there has not appeared any adverse claimant. NOTE: After you find your ancestor listed on this page, you should take the the Card Number, and go to the Final Roll Database and search there. Township 23 North, Range 15 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 104 973 Section 18 Adams Richard C. 162.09 Delaware 104 973 Section 18 Adams Richard C. 122.31 Township 25 North, Range 15 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 260 203 Section 7 Smith Sallie O. 60.00 Delaware 260 203 Section 8 Smith Sallie O. 160.00 Delaware 260 203 Section 17 Smith Sallie O. 80.00 Delaware 260 203 Section 18 Smith Sallie O. 60.00 Township 26 North, Range 15 East, Indian Meridian Delaware 310 896 Section 1 Secondine Simon 290.04 Delaware 270 602 Section 1 Armstrong Solomon F. 50.05 Delaware 308 601 Section 1 Bezion Mary C. 280.00 Delaware 294 879 Section 1 Smith George F. 20.07 Delaware 294 879 Section 2 Smith George F. 80.28 Delaware 308 601 Section 2 Bezion Mary C. 240.00 Delaware 268 732 Section 2 Wilson Amanda 120.00 Delaware 268 732 Section 3 Wilson Amanda 340.00 Delaware 268 732 Section 4 Wilson Amanda 321.42 Delaware 268 732 Section 9 Wilson Amanda 130.00 Delaware 268 732 Section 10 Wilson...

Land Amended January 23, 1903

Exhibit B The following described land in the list of land filed with the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes December 10, 1902, and amended January 23, 1903, by Walter S. Logon, claiming to be the attorney of the Delaware Indians, is found, as indicated below, from the Commission’s records to be claimed or occupied by Cherokee citizens, as per Commission’s citizenship cards, and who are not Delaware, or listed as such upon citizenship cards of the Commission. NOTE: After you find your ancestor listed on this page, you should take the the Card Number, and go to the Final Roll Database and search there. Township 22 North, Range 14 East, Indian Meridian Card No Section Surname Given Name Middle Acres Cher 4709 Section 6 Halsell Edward L. 481.78 Cher 4709 Section 7 Halsell Edward L. 130.44 Cher 560 Section 32 Edwards William S. 20.00 Township 23 North, Range 14 East, Indian Meridian Cher 4872 Section 4 Roscopf James 20.00 Cher 9634 Section 34 Scidmore Otis S. 30.00 Cher 6542 Section 35 Powell Frank 90.00 Cher 6542 Section 35 Powell Frank 220.00 Township 25 North, Range 14 East, Indian Meridian Cher 9593 Section 8 Greenwood John P. 160.00 Cher 3821 Section 16 Bluejacket William F. 80.00 Cher 4572 Section 16 Wallace William B. 90.00 Cher 9755 Section 16 McNabb Sanford 30.00 Cher D-44 Freedman Section 29 Thompson Blue 40.00 Cher D-859 Freedman Section 29 Daniels Andrew 60.00 Township 26 North, Range 14 East, Indian Meridian Cher 9782 Section 15 Austin Zula 30.00 Cher 9782 Section 16 Austin Zula 10.00 Township 27 North, Range 14 East, Indian Meridian Cher 4263...

Allotment of Lands to Delaware Indians

December 31, 1903 The following described land of the Cherokee Nation is hereby segregated as the Delaware segregation of said nation, in accordance with section 23 of the Cherokee agreement (Public—No. 241), approved by the President July 1, 1902, and ratified by the Cherokee Nation August 7, 1902; and this list is in substitution or amendment of any other list or lists which have heretofore been considered by the Commission in connection with said Delaware segregation. Lead selected and occupied by living registered Delaware. NOTE: After you find your ancestor listed on this page, make a note of the Card Number, and go to the Final Roll Database and search there. Put OS (Old Settler or Old Series) in front of the Card Number and search. No. Card No. Register No Surname Given Name Middle Name Total Acres 1 105 974 Adams, Horace M. 160.00 2 101 975 Adams, Richard C. 156.85 3 140 720 Ager, Mary 160.00 4 218 416 Allen, Mary 160.00 5 171 470 Anderson, Daniel 160.00 6 64  426 Anderson, Rachel 160.00 7 277 876  Armstrong, Albert F. 160.00 8 301 929   Armstrong, Annie E. 157.00 9 76 10 Armstrong, Arthur 160.00 10 158 408 Armstrong, Catherine A. 60.00 11 301 874 Armstrong, Henry 160.00 12 102 404 Armstrong, Mary E. 158.52 13 270 602 Armstrong, Solomon F. 50.02 14 138  151 Arnold, Harry 160.00 15 49 977   Barber, Carrie 160.00 16 63 428 Barker, Lizzie W. 160.00 17 135 677  Baseomb Mary 160.00 18 148 480 Beaver, Eliza 160.00 19 247 521  Beaver, Elizabeth 160.00 20 308 601 Bezion, Mary C. 160.00 21 108...

Land in Adam and Logon list which has been claimed by Cherokee citizens

Exhibit A Land in Adam and Logon list which has been claimed by Cherokee citizens other than Delaware, as shown by attempts to file thereon. Where land has been claimed by more than one Cherokee only the original claim is shown on this list. NOTE: After you find your ancestor listed on this page, you should take the the Card Number, and go to the Final Roll Database and search there. No Card No Surname Given Name Middle Name Total Acres 1 Cher 17 Thompson Milton K. 230.00 2 Cher 7033 Blackstone Robert D. 210.00 3 Cher 9585 Colston Sterling 330.00 4 Cher 5432 Byrd Jane 60.00 5 Cher 5458 Waller Goldie J. 30.00 6 Cher 5458 Waller William T.H. 30.00 7 Cher 5458 Waller George W. 10.00 8 Cher 584 Atkins Andrew C. 40.00 9 Cher 346 Bryant Benjamin F. 20.00 10 Cher 346 Bryant Leona 20.00 11 Cher 4235 Jordan Isaac H. 10.00 12 Cher 7012 Blackstone Pleasant N. 80.00 13 Cher 4294 Morrison Robert T. Jr. 50.00 14 Cher 4294 Morrison Ellen C. 80.00 15 Cher 4294 Morrison Claud A. 10.00 16 Cher 1013 Bradford Tessie 73.84 17 Cher 1013 Bradford Jennetta 80.00 18 Cher 1013 Bradford Malissa 80.00 19 Cher 1013 Bradford Deatrus 80.00 20 Cher 4230 Lannom Harold D 40.00 21 Cher 5424 Rogers Ruth E. 40.00 22 Cher 5424 Rogers Maud E. 40.00 23 Cher 5473 Byrd Henry H. 50.00 24 Cher 4278 Daniels Lucy 40.00 25 Cher 746 Lord Amos W. 80.00 26 Cher 6878 Foreman Samuel S. 40.00 27 Cher 6878 Foreman Minnie O. 19.91 28 C.R. 19 Tidwell Alice 80.00...

Pulaski County, Georgia Land Lottery Register

In 1802 Georgia ceded to the US all the land between the Chattahoochee and the Mississippi River, in return for a promise from the US to remove all Indians from Georgia’s reserve territory. “By purchase if possible; by pressure if necessary.” By an act of the Legislature in the year 1803, the new Purchase of lands from the Indians west of the Oconee River was distributed under the first Land Lottery system. Under it the public lands as they were from time to time freed from Indian occupancy, were at public cost surveyed into small lots of uniform size and marked, numbered and mapped, and the whole returned to the Surveyor’s General’s office from whence by Commissioners chosen by the Legislature for the purpose, caused all the lots to be thrown into the Lottery Wheel, and to become fortune’s gift as well as her own, to her own people.1 By the treaty of Ft. Wilkinson in 1802, the Creek Indians ceded part of the district between the Oconee, and Ocmulgee. In 1804 at the Creek Agency on the Flint River the Indians ceded the remaining territory east of the Ocmulgee. Every white man, widow and orphan resident of this state was entitled to one draw and every Revolutionary Soldier was entitled to two draws. The following data has been extracted from those land lotteries and represent those Pulaski County men who received land in Section 1 is Lee County Section 2 is Muscogee County Section 3 is Troup County Section 4 is Coweta County Section 5 is Carroll County (First and Second Days’ Drawing-March 6th and 7th) Fortunate Drawers...

McMinn County, Tennessee Deed Book O

page106 45 16 Jan.1866 David Weir of Bradley Co., to Jackson H. Downey. 46 13 Oct.1865 G.H H. Dill to John A.Shipman of Bradley Co. 60 16 Aug.1865 Thomas Cooper To Clarisa Elizabeth Oregon Williams, Thomas Cooper Williams, and Mary Cooper Williams, heirs of Mary Elizabeth Williams the daughter of Thomas Cooper; for love. 62 16 Aug.1865 Thomas Cooper to Eliga Williams and Eliza Celestine Williams. The daughter of Thomas Cooper; for love. 66 4 Jan.1866 James P.Robeson to Margaret Shook. 67 25 Sept.1865 Mary A.Carson and Sarah E. and F.A. Pettitt to William M. Carson; divison of land deeded William M , Sarah E. and Mary Ann Carson; Sarah E. is wife of F.A. Pettitt. 69 15 Jul.1865 Samuel T.Riddle to daughter Martha Dixon; land, for natural affectio and for the particular attention she paid to me and her mother Mary Riddle my wife in our affliction and under the infirmities of age. 72 24 Mar.1866 D.A. Wilkins of Ga. To J.M. Wilkins; acknowledged in Fulton Co.,Ga. 74 24 Mar.1866 Francis M.Millard to Edwin A. Atlee, Andrew Hutsell, G.W. Millard, Thomas A.Cass, and Charles Pickens, Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church; one acre on which Andrew Chaple now stands. 78 7 Apr. 1866 C.Zimmerman to Emily A. and Letitia M. Evans; my home place except the house and lot leased for life to Margaret H. Reed. 79 3 Apr.1866 Allen Dennis Sr. to Allen Dennis Jr. 80 16 Mar 1866 Andrew J. and William H. Wingo to Elias Gibson, Plumley McGrew, William McKinsey, William Barker and Clement Eaton, Trustees of the Methodist Epsicopal Church; $25.; one acre, a...

McMinn County, Tennessee Deed Book P

Page 119 2 12 Oct 1868 James B. Cooke of Chattanooga to James M. Henderson of Athens. 3 6 Oct 1868 Calvin Browder to Frank King, Colored. 3 24 Oct 1868 Margaret Porter, Execx. of Boyd Porter dec’d, to John B. Porter; on 25 May 1861 Boyd Porter now dec’d made Title Bond to his two sons Benjamin M. and John B. Porter. 4 24 Jul 1868 Bennet cooper of Bradley Co., Exec. of Philip Cooper dec’d late of McMinn Co., to W.C. and C.A. Barnett; in Oct 1858 Philip Cooper made Title Bond to Jasper N. Stephens then of McMinn Co.; by Chancery Court decree Title was vested in V.M. Terry of Overton Co., who has sold title to the Barnetts. 7 26 Oct 1868 Joseph W. Gibson to Sarah A. Gibson formerly the daughter of William Matlock dec’d; for $500. Of her own money, all his interest in the dower which Jane R. McClatchy lately sold to him, it being 80 acres out of the farm of her husband A.P. McClatchy, the place where Mrs. McClatchy is now living, near James Gettys. 8 12 Oct 1868 Martin Bunch and wife Elizabeth of Phelps Co., Mo. To A. Howard and Joseph Faris of same; acknowledged in Phelps Co. 12 31 Mar 1866 John H. and Martha Weir of Sebastian Co., Ark. to Patton A. Bradford; Power of Atty. to Collect their interest in real estate of Marian Bonner; acknowledged in Sebastian Co. 14 9 Nov 1868 William H. Howard to Martin D. Anderson; lots 75 and 76 in Athens, being the S side of the block of lots...

McMinn County, Tennessee Deed Book Q

Page 132 2 17 Jun 1871 James H. Lowry to P.P. Owens, J.M. Clementson, J.W. Rentfro, A.R. Porter, and Seth Edens, Trustees for the M.E. Church South to be built in Riceville. 3 28 Nov 1870 Copy of Chancery Court Decree: Thomas Shipley, Mary and Robert B. Smith VS Uriah and William Shipley et als; lands of which Christopher Shipley died possessed sold to W.B.L. Reagan; title divested out of Thomas Shipley, Mary and Robert B. Smith, Uriah Shipley, William Shipley, the heirs of Randall Shipley dec’d whose names and residence are unknown, James H., Sarah, James, Joseph, Parolee, and Emeline Shipley, the minor heirs of Nehemiah Shipley decd whose names are unknown, Hannah Shipley, William Shipley son of David Shipley dec’d, Zlizabeth, Thomas C., and David R. Shipley, John T., Nehemiah, Sterling, Elizabeth, Frank, and Melton Smith. 5 22 Jun 1873. Corporation of Town of Athens, W. Gettys, Mayor, to M.A. Helm and Co. and J.J. Helm; parcel of ground fronting on Washington Street, running back with Hill Street. 5 13 Jul 1671 Thomas Davis to Sarah Beasley. 6 18 Jun 1370 Joel Dugger to Emanuel L. Dugger; his half interest in land in Buckhorn Valley which was willed to him by his father Daniel Dugger; acknowledged in Johnson Co. 7 8 Jun 1871 Henry McMahan and wife Margaret to Jacob Elder. 9 24 Jul 1871 Sam. P. Ivins to wife Louisa; for love; lot 99 in Athens which he had purchased 30 Apr 1859, using for the most part funds that were hers. 12 24 Dec 1869 John F. Sharp to L.M.C. Melton of Rhea Co. 13...
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