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1832 Creek Census – Sougahatcha Town

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 Sougahatcha. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Sougahatcha1Ho Tul ga Har go4509 Sougahatcha2Ar haw loc co Fix i co1102 Sougahatcha3Micco Har go2103 Sougahatcha4Tock co pan migga0303 Sougahatcha5Oakfus ka Yo ho lo1405 Sougahatcha6Oser Har go3104 Sougahatcha7It cotta Har go2204 Sougahatcha8Ar har loc Ficco3205 Sougahatcha9Tal Marsa2103 Sougahatcha10Lip po a Har go1203 Sougahatcha11Epar Har go2406 Sougahatcha12Coosar Fix i co1304 Sougahatcha13Robin2204 Sougahatcha14Che loak kie1102 Sougahatcha15Sup poie1102 Sougahatcha16Lof Tar Har go1203 Sougahatcha17Chun ne gas0202 Sougahatcha18Ho Tulga2103 Sougahatcha19Kin Haw2204 Sougahatcha20Tar po kee nar1203 Sougahatcha21Sim ma har ga3205 Sougahatcha22Star he ga1102 Sougahatcha23Mis ho yar0303 Sougahatcha24Timmy1203 Sougahatcha25Marla2204 Sougahatcha26Cho ti Yo ho lo3205 Sougahatcha27Tus coner Har go1304 Sougahatcha28Big Bob4004 Sougahatcha29Yar TapYo ho lo2103 Sougahatcha30To ga nie1103 Sougahatcha31Thomas H. Gray2103 Sougahatcha32Hargi Gie Yo ho lo3205 Sougahatcha33Hobie6309 Sougahatcha34Tustanuggo Hogo2406 Sougahatcha35In chun gar0404 Sougahatcha36Tus sic ki a Har go1304 Sougahatcha37Se neup pie0303 Sougahatcha38Tus coner Fix i co1506...

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1832 Creek Census – Sockopartoy Town

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 Sockopartoy. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Sockopartoy1De moth ti Har jo2204 Sockopartoy2No klis Har jo4206 Sockopartoy3Ne he marth te Fix i co2103 Sockopartoy4Ne har Har jo1203 Sockopartoy5Ne ho di0202 Sockopartoy6Ko e gus Yo ho lo2204 Sockopartoy7Cho fo lope Yo ho lo2103 Sockopartoy8Mo klus Fix i co2103 Sockopartoy9Con tul Har jo1203 Sockopartoy10O switch Har jo3104 Sockopartoy11Nar boo che Fix i co2204 Sockopartoy12Tof for Fix i co1203 Sockopartoy13Me har1102 Sockopartoy14Hath lun Har jo1203 Sockopartoy15Al a ba ma E marth lar1102 Sockopartoy16Ne se2103 Sockopartoy17Choo ye Yo ho lo2204 Sockopartoy18Thlath lo Yo ho lo2103 Sockopartoy19So fer1203 Sockopartoy20Te har lof te1102 Sockopartoy21Wun naw he1102 Sockopartoy22Ne har Yo ho lo1203 Sockopartoy23Tal ma chus Har jo4206 Sockopartoy24San clath lo1203 Sockopartoy25Man tal le gey1203 Sockopartoy26Marth lo lo by2103 Sockopartoy27Is ful ho ge1203 Sockopartoy28Ju dy1102 Sockopartoy29Yar har Har jo1102 Sockopartoy30So ti each ter1102...

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1832 Creek Census – Rabbit Town

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. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks 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...

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1832 Creek Census – Pokentallehasse Town

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 Pokentallehasse. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Pokentallehasse0At ho i gey1102 Pokentallehasse1Lar tar Fix i co2305 Pokentallehasse2Ho spar tok Har jo2305 Pokentallehasse3Wox e Har jo4105 Pokentallehasse4Pass cove Har jo1203 Pokentallehasse5Poth le Yo ho lo1405 Pokentallehasse6Pow is Har jo2305 Pokentallehasse7Oswitch Yo ho lo1102 Pokentallehasse8Co e has Fix i co3205 Pokentallehasse9U hock a1203 Pokentallehasse10N ehar loc co2305 Pokentallehasse11Tul ge Yo ho lo1102 Pokentallehasse12Is poke Yo ho lo1405 Pokentallehasse13Tuck a batch e Yo ho lo1102 Pokentallehasse14Wat gue Yo ho lo2204 Pokentallehasse15No cose Har jo2709 Pokentallehasse16Cor ser Har jo2204 Pokentallehasse17Nar bo che Fix i co4307 Pokentallehasse18Par hose Fix i co2103 Pokentallehasse19Fi gin tus kaw2103 Pokentallehasse20Fose Har jo2204 Pokentallehasse21Mifhefgee0404 Pokentallehasse22Tal lip Har jo1102 Pokentallehasse23Kotch ar Fix i co1607 Pokentallehasse24Che chun Fix i co2305 Pokentallehasse25Se he gi gaw1405 Pokentallehasse26Stif ley??1203 Pokentallehasse27Cho e marthlar2103 Pokentallehasse28Ma sey1304 Pokentallehasse29Ap pe ok Har jo2204 Pokentallehasse30San...

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1832 Creek Census – Pochishackcha Town

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 Pochishackcha. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Pochishackcha1Co was sart E marth lar1203 Pochishackcha2Tustanugga E marth lar3104 Pochishackcha3Ne har che hanny1304 Pochishackcha4Tus kar hobie3205 Pochishackcha5Yo ho lo2204 Pochishackcha6No kos Har jo1102 Pochishackcha7Pow hos Micco3104 Pochishackcha8In ne haw Fix i co3306 Pochishackcha9Cus see tar Yo ho lo3104 Pochishackcha10Mortar Har jo2204 Pochishackcha11Tin thlannis Har jo2204 Pochishackcha12Pow hos Yo ho lo1102 Pochishackcha13Hil bubba Har jo1102 Pochishackcha14Ne haw Yo ho lo1102 Pochishackcha15Tor chin tus ka1102 Pochishackcha16Oak chon Yo ho lo1102 Pochishackcha17Pan the Yo ho lo1203 Pochishackcha18Cob biecha Yo ho lo1102 Pochishackcha19Moc tu Har jo1102 Pochishackcha20Sarthla1102 Pochishackcha22Os po tark Har jo1102 Pochishackcha23Toat kis Har jo1102 Pochishackcha24Moc lus Yo ho lo2103 Pochishackcha25Nit tarday1203 Pochishackcha26Ne har wo Tulgar1203 Pochishackcha27Ne haw Har jo1102 Pochishackcha28Ne haw locco Yo ho lo1102 Pochishackcha29Nar bo che Yo ho lo1102 Pochishackcha30Stim mar tul ka1102 Pochishackcha31Tommy Har...

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1832 Creek Census – Palochokolo Town

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 Palochokolo. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Palochokolo1Tus tun nuck Har jo4307 Palochokolo2Kotch ar Micco2002 Palochokolo3Tol o war Micco1405 Palochokolo4Ho par yo che3104 Palochokolo5Ho tul ke2204 Palochokolo6Kun chart Har jo3407 Palochokolo7Fose Har jo2204 Palochokolo8Tim mar le che1203 Palochokolo9Tok ko sar Har jo3104 Palochokolo10Chok ko li che1102 Palochokolo11Low we char1102 Palochokolo12Ho mar Ho dar1203 Palochokolo13Yok o ne1103 Palochokolo14Mut te hi ka2103 Palochokolo15See nitch a2103 Palochokolo16U pi e chi che1102 Palochokolo17Che ti yi ke1304 Palochokolo18Yolth ho e che2305 Palochokolo19Tars ke ke1405 Palochokolo20Har thlis ya1102 Palochokolo21Saf fo lote ho...

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1832 Creek Census – Ottisse Town

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 Ottisse. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Ottisse1Ottisse Micco4307 Ottisse2Yo ho lo Micco2103 Ottisse3Coosa Micco1405 Ottisse4Fus hatch che Micco1304 Ottisse5Oc to ha Micco2204 Ottisse6O tul gu E marth lar56011 Ottisse7Spoak oak Tusta nugga2305 Ottisse8Cotch char Tustunnugga3306 Ottisse9Ho boy acha2204 Ottisse10Co nip Yo ho lo2305 Ottisse11Tus ta nuc Har go4408 Ottisse12Thlan tal le E marth lar6107 Ottisse13Oth le bo boie E marth lar3104 Ottisse14Oak fuska Yo ho lo3205 Ottisse15No ko se E marth lar1203 Ottisse16Ottissi E marth lar1304 Ottisse17O saw we E marth lar1203 Ottisse18Eue har Micco5207 Ottisse19Eue har Emathlar2204 Ottisse20Par hose Har go1103 Ottisse21Tuck a batcha Har go2204 Ottisse22Tommy Har go1203 Ottisse23Thlath thlo Fix i co2204 Ottisse24Coosa Fix i co1102 Ottisse25Oc tiarche Har go2204 Ottisse26William Jugant1102 Ottisse27Ispanny Har go1102 Ottisse28Ar chule Har go6208 Ottisse29Thlan Tal Fix i co1103 Ottisse30Oss see Yo ho lo1102 Ottisse31Hoboeger Yo...

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1832 Creek Census – Oswitchee Town

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 Oswitchee. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Oswitchee1Ok ti ar che Har jo1102 Oswitchee2Shock ho e thlar1102 Oswitchee3Yo ho lo Har jo1102 Oswitchee4Ko nip Har jo3306 Oswitchee5Che lo ke E marth lar2305 Oswitchee6Har pik char Har jo1102 Oswitchee7Fe ki ye1102 Oswitchee8Al pett er Har jo2103 Oswitchee9Che par ne2103 Oswitchee10Sow war he che1203 Oswitchee11Ko we Har jo1304 Oswitchee12Par chese Ho ye1102 Oswitchee13Polly0303 Oswitchee14Ne he Marthlar2406 Oswitchee15Tar sar ye2204 Oswitchee16Star ho yar2103 Oswitchee17Fotch ko1203 Oswitchee18Se ki yar pe2103 Oswitchee19Chock karth le1102 Oswitchee20Is ho ni yay1102 Oswitchee21U pow ho thle1203 Oswitchee22Sar pok o le0303 Oswitchee23Is mar yar2204 Oswitchee24Sum mar le2204 Oswitchee25Fix i co2013 Oswitchee26To sey1102 Oswitchee27Chock kar ye6107 Oswitchee28Sce he lar pi ke1304 Oswitchee29Larp kar2103 Oswitchee30Eto ho ne2103 Oswitchee31Ko wok koo che2103 Oswitchee32Ar sto te1102 Oswitchee33Hooch kar pe2103 Oswitchee34Fo lar te char2103 Oswitchee35Is ho ye2103 Oswitchee36Che was ti...

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1832 Creek Census – Oswichee Town

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 Oswichee. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Oswichee1Par hose E marth lar4206 Oswichee2Fose Har jo1102 Oswichee3Char ley E marth lar3328 Oswichee4E ful o Har jo1102 Oswichee5O pi oke Yo ho lo1203 Oswichee6York ey3003 Oswichee7Cho cote Har jo (or Jacob)3306 Oswichee8Ne har Yo ho lo3104 Oswichee9Ko no Fix i co1304 Oswichee10Tuck a batch e Yo ho lo2204 Oswichee11Cho ar choo che46010 Oswichee12Thlath lo Fix i co2406 Oswichee13In to sar key1102 Oswichee14Thlock pos war2204 Oswichee15Top pus Har jo1102 Oswichee16Se ho kar2103 Oswichee17Te was soom me1102 Oswichee18Cho E marth lar2406 Oswichee19Chal lar1102 Oswichee20Kin ke he2103 Oswichee21At ke char we1203 Oswichee22Hi e ki che1102 Oswichee23E kis ke2103 Oswichee24George (or Georgy)1102 Oswichee25Nul cup Yo ho lo3104 Oswichee26Kol lese Har jo1203 Oswichee27Mar fo lo te2204 Oswichee28O par ye5106 Oswichee29Ke lis sar Har jo1102 Oswichee30Choo e ley2204 Oswichee31It char Wi ke1203 Oswichee32Chi...

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1832 Creek Census – Oselarneby Town

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 Oselarneby. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Oselarneby1Oak clab pissa Har jo3205 Oselarneby2Ko nip Fix i co3205 Oselarneby3Emarth Har jo3104 Oselarneby4No cos Har jo3205 Oselarneby5Oak choy Har jo1304 Oselarneby6E marth lar2103 Oselarneby7Con tal Har jo2204 Oselarneby8O si Yo ho lo3104 Oselarneby9O clusYo ho lo3104 Oselarneby10Tus ta nugga1304 Oselarneby11Fus hatch Fix i co2204 Oselarneby12Spoak oak Har jo3104 Oselarneby13U bi Har jo2103 Oselarneby14E far Har jo1304 Oselarneby15Ar loc Fix i co3205 Oselarneby16Tuck a batcha E marth lar2305 Oselarneby17Pow hos Har jo2204 Oselarneby18Coch char Fix i co2305 Oselarneby19Oak fus ka E marth lar1304 Oselarneby20Wol loc co1304 Oselarneby21Mal lo di che1303 Oselarneby22No go che1203 Oselarneby23Lif tif Yo ho lo1203 Oselarneby24O si Yo ho lo1203 Oselarneby25Tin thlannis Har jo1304 Oselarneby26O ge de Yo ho lo3104 Oselarneby27Pin harja4307 Oselarneby28Nar bo che Fix i co2406 Oselarneby29Skin ni a2204 Oselarneby30Chee wos te Fix...

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1832 Creek Census – Oaktawsarsey Town

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 Oaktawsarsey. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Oaktawsarsey1Ho Tul ga Yo ho lo2305 Oaktawsarsey2Ar chu loc Har jo2103 Oaktawsarsey3O Gilla sey Har jo3306 Oaktawsarsey4No cos Fix i co1203 Oaktawsarsey5Chu was ti Fix i co2305 Oaktawsarsey6O soo che Har jo2406 Oaktawsarsey7Mal lit kar2204 Oaktawsarsey8Ar har loc Fix i co1203 Oaktawsarsey9Stin me like1203 Oaktawsarsey10Pin E marth lar3104 Oaktawsarsey11Oak Taw Saw Sey Har jo2204 Oaktawsarsey12Muck har sey1203 Oaktawsarsey13Wi ge jar1203 Oaktawsarsey14Tal war Fix i co2204 Oaktawsarsey15No cos Har jo2103 Oaktawsarsey16O che Yo ho lo2204 Oaktawsarsey17Tus he hich che3306 Oaktawsarsey18Ho Tul ga Fix i co1102 Oaktawsarsey19Chu lar Har jo1102 Oaktawsarsey20Mat Toc har kie3104 Oaktawsarsey21Wot co Yo ho lo2204 Oaktawsarsey22Sup pin co Uga1304 Oaktawsarsey23Mit ti hea char1102 Oaktawsarsey24So Kar Har jo2204 Oaktawsarsey25Emarthlo Har jo3205 Oaktawsarsey26Tom my Yo ho lo2103 Oaktawsarsey27Cle chum me Har jo4206 Oaktawsarsey28E lit di ga2204 Oaktawsarsey29Il lis...

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1832 Creek Census – Oakchoy Town

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 Oakchoy. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Oakchoy1Chu was ti Yo ho lo1304 Oakchoy2Co e gus Har jo1304 Oakchoy3Ottis Fix i co1203 Oakchoy4Tal war Har jo2204 Oakchoy5Oak chi Har jo2103 Oakchoy6Tal marse wot ti lig ga1203 Oakchoy7No cos Fix i co2204 Oakchoy8Con chart Yo ho lo1304 Oakchoy9Ne ho to see1203 Oakchoy10Cho fo lop Har jo4206 Oakchoy11Tal mo chus Har jo2204 Oakchoy12Ho tul ga Har jo2103 Oakchoy13Tal lop po che2103 Oakchoy14So de dun ne Har jo2204 Oakchoy15Tan nach ho he1203 Oakchoy16Starth le3306 Oakchoy17To har te1304 Oakchoy18Co e marlth Fix i co2204 Oakchoy19No cos Har jo1203 Oakchoy20W woak ki Yo ho lo2103 Oakchoy21Kok ki Yo ho lo1203 Oakchoy22Billy3104 Oakchoy23Yet Tas ho kie1203 Oakchoy24Nar bo che Har jo2103 Oakchoy25Sith lo ga che0202 Oakchoy26Wo liga1203 Oakchoy27Oak fuska Har jo1405 Oakchoy28Ne har Fix i co2103 Oakchoy29Maw war hie1203 Oakchoy30U bi...

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1832 Creek Census – Luchipoga Town

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 Luchipoga. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Luchipoga1Chu loc Tustanugga4307 Luchipoga10Ar die can Har go2305 Luchipoga100In hi yar Hargar1102 Luchipoga101Jimmy1203 Luchipoga102Lucy Lusta0202 Luchipoga103Fic e co yatcha0202 Luchipoga104Sar wi yaga0202 Luchipoga105Mat le ga1203 Luchipoga106Sally1304 Luchipoga107Sim mo si ar1102 Luchipoga108Tic car hie2305 Luchipoga109Ar butch cha0202 Luchipoga11Talla harsa Har go2204 Luchipoga110Nancy0202 Luchipoga111Car puggy0303 Luchipoga112Minor4105 Luchipoga113Lindy0202 Luchipoga114O sun nie0202 Luchipoga115To hatta1102 Luchipoga116In nun die1203 Luchipoga117In heach kar1102 Luchipoga118Clar ho la1405 Luchipoga119U boc la Tiga1203 Luchipoga12Cole lame Har go2204 Luchipoga120Se hollatter0202 Luchipoga121Ti ark kie1203 Luchipoga122Co ie gar3104 Luchipoga123Oak chart co che21032nd of same name Luchipoga124Micco chart tie1102 Luchipoga125Ar chu le Har go4105 Luchipoga126Micco Mar he1102 Luchipoga127Pa lat Kar3205 Luchipoga128At bith liga1102 Luchipoga129In narth nar1203 Luchipoga13Fix i co Har go4206 Luchipoga130Jimmy32052nd of same name Luchipoga131Nar bo che1203 Luchipoga132Soap Kar1102 Luchipoga133Se ar ka rbie0303 Luchipoga134Big Lucy1304 Luchipoga135Tal lit ho ie1304 Luchipoga136Si he...

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1832 Creek Census – Kohomutskigartskar Town

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 Kohomutskigartskar. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Kohomutskigartskar1Aw wo dal le ga1102 Kohomutskigartskar2Ka ney1203 Kohomutskigartskar3Kin not ho ee2103 Kohomutskigartskar4Tommy Har jo1102 Kohomutskigartskar5Long Jim3306 Kohomutskigartskar6Pal lar che Har jo3306 Kohomutskigartskar7Sock ko gi a ga2204 Kohomutskigartskar8Ne har lok o ko cho ko ne2103 Kohomutskigartskar9Aw che Yo ho lo2103 Kohomutskigartskar10Saw go ei ga0303 Kohomutskigartskar11Molly0202 Kohomutskigartskar12Fi e char1102 Kohomutskigartskar13Fuck ta lusta Har jo2204 Kohomutskigartskar14I farny Yo ho lo2103 Kohomutskigartskar15Echo E marth lar2103 Kohomutskigartskar16Tus sig gi e Micco1102 Kohomutskigartskar17No ko se Yo ho lo2103 Kohomutskigartskar18Ne har loc co E marth lar1203 Kohomutskigartskar19Chissee Yo ho lo1304 Kohomutskigartskar20Lin der1102 Kohomutskigartskar21Tallisse Har jo1102 Kohomutskigartskar22Lot kar1304 Kohomutskigartskar23Clar di che1102 Kohomutskigartskar24Yar har Har jo2103 Kohomutskigartskar25Char bo ie jar2204 Kohomutskigartskar26Ko ne be E marth lar5106 Kohomutskigartskar27Echo Yo ho lo2406 Kohomutskigartskar28Os se higa2204 Kohomutskigartskar29Big Sol3306 Kohomutskigartskar30Ne hic1102 Kohomutskigartskar31Tom ma Fix i co1102 Kohomutskigartskar32No co sil la Har...

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1832 Creek Census – Kiamulga Town

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 Kiamulga. TownNumberHeadMalesFemalesSlavesTotalRemarks Kiamulga1Cho Yo ho lo1304 Kiamulga2Al bet E marth lar1203 Kiamulga3Chim ho ker0202 Kiamulga4Wal gey1203 Kiamulga5Se ho e I gey0202 Kiamulga6Chock o egee0202 Kiamulga7No cose Har jo2305 Kiamulga8Yar kin Har jo2103 Kiamulga9Ton e nare3104 Kiamulga10E ne har wop pe lig ger2305 Kiamulga11Cho fee Har jo2306 Kiamulga12Che was ti Yo ho lo2103 Kiamulga13Cho Emarthtar2103 Kiamulga14Fle jum E marth lar2103 Kiamulga15Tus ki Har jo1102 Kiamulga16Nick a0202 Kiamulga17So mich char1102 Kiamulga18Tom my Har jo2204 Kiamulga19Ne he Har jo2204 Kiamulga20Sit te Hi gey1304 Kiamulga21Tah ha gi e pe1102 Kiamulga22Mar to war Har jo1102 Kiamulga23Tus ko nar Fix i co2204 Kiamulga24Ar tus Micco2406 Kiamulga25Ho boy Fix i co1203 Kiamulga26E ne he E marth lar1102 Kiamulga27Cho e kar Har jo2204 Kiamulga28Cho Fix i co1102 Kiamulga29Ko e gus Yo ho lo1304 Kiamulga30Ko was ne ho Locco3205...

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