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Collection: Index to Campbell's Abstract of Creek Census Cards

Campbell’s Abstract – G Surnames

The publication of the Tribal Rolls, in 1907, gave the roll number, name of the allottee, age, sex and blood, and operated to a large extent to inform the public, but this information was not sufficient, in fact, it aided only those who, by reason of their familiarity with the workings and records of the Indian Offices, knew how to secure additional information. John Campbell set out to help researchers determine the family relationships between the allottee’s by providing an abstract index of all names from the records. This index has proven invaluable over time by providing a quick method to research family relationships within the tribal rolls. G Surnames Gaber, 2894. Gaddis, Eliza, 3056. Gaines, 211. Gaines, Willie, 211. Gaino, Aggie, 2201. Gaino, Amanda, 2201. Gaino, Harriet, 2201. Gaino, Sallie, 2201. Gaino, Yabe, 2201. Gaither, Alice M., 48, NB186, 513 Gaither, Maggie Emily, NB186. Gaither, Myrtle Washington, M39. Gaither, W. J., 48, NB186, M39. Gaither, Woolery L. F., 48. Gamble, Billy, 94, 3023. Gamble, Howard Lee, 1015. Gamble, Polly, 2043. Gamble, Robert Lee, 1018. Gamble, Sukey, 3023. Gamble, Willie S., 1018. Gambler, 1042. Gambler, Billie, 94, 3023. Gambler, John, 3023, NB1056. Gambler, Lizzie, 94. Gambler, Martin, NB1056. Gambler, 5Iiley, 91. Gambler, Rhoda, 94. Gambler, Tommie, 94. Gambler, Wallace, 3023. Gano, Harriet, 3891. Gano, Oscar, 2915. Gano, Winnie, 2742. Cant, Cordelia, 394. Garfield, 3069. Garland, David 51., 1552. Garland,...

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Campbell’s Abstract – F Surnames

The publication of the Tribal Rolls, in 1907, gave the roll number, name of the allottee, age, sex and blood, and operated to a large extent to inform the public, but this information was not sufficient, in fact, it aided only those who, by reason of their familiarity with the workings and records of the Indian Offices, knew how to secure additional information. John Campbell set out to help researchers determine the family relationships between the allottee’s by providing an abstract index of all names from the records. This index has proven invaluable over time by providing a quick method to research family relationships within the tribal rolls. F Surnames Factor, Billy, 2597. Factor, Cogee, NB516. Factor, Fannie, 2595, M170. Factor, George, NB517. Factor, Harry. 1653. Factor, Herbert, 2440. Factor, Jakey, 2437. Factor, Joe, 2593, 2594, 2595, 2597. Factor, John, 2593. Factor, Jim, 1605. Factor, Kenneth J., 3509. Factor, Lillie, 2593. Factor, Liza, 2438. Factor, Margie, 2441. Factor, Millie, 2441. Factor, Nancy, 1653, 3509, NB510, NB517. Factor, Peggy, 2439. Factor, Rhoda, 2437, 2438, 2439, 2440. Factor, Sarah, 1683. Factor, Sissie, 2593, NB1051, M267. Factor, William, 3509, 1683, NB51G, NB517. Factor, Yartheche, 2593, 2594, 2595, 2597. Factor, Yarthleehe, 2593, 2591, 2395, 2597. Factor, Yonthligee, 2593, 2591, 2395, 2597. Factor, Youthlechee, 2593, 2591, 2595, 2597. Faheoconweney, 2962. Fahishkakee, 2593. Fahkoweny, 400, 2150. Fahquay, 582. Fair, Hannah, 972. Anna, Koga, 919. Fannie,...

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Campbell’s Abstract – E Surnames

The publication of the Tribal Rolls, in 1907, gave the roll number, name of the allottee, age, sex and blood, and operated to a large extent to inform the public, but this information was not sufficient, in fact, it aided only those who, by reason of their familiarity with the workings and records of the Indian Offices, knew how to secure additional information. John Campbell set out to help researchers determine the family relationships between the allottee’s by providing an abstract index of all names from the records. This index has proven invaluable over time by providing a quick method to research family relationships within the tribal rolls. E Surnames Eagle, David, 1357. Eagle, Tochee, 1357. Eagle, Ullie, 1357. Easley, E. C., NB530. Easley, H. Tookah, 2321, NB539. Easley, John Pickard, NB530. Eaton, Dick, 405. Eaton, Hepsey, 405. Eblie, 1340. Echo, Nocus, 2742. Echoney, 2312, 2983, 2984. Echonney, 2983, 2984, 2312. Eckesoma, 3081. Edmond, Ben, 2843. Edwards, James, 261. Edwards, Sarah C., 568. Egohney, 2310. Ekar, Amey, 2207. Ekar, Dickey, 2207. Ekar, Echo, 2207. Ekoconney, 2252, CE4038. Elle, Nocus, 2733, 2845, NB1288, NBI289. Eleechka, 1347. Elessy, 1671, 1672. Elissy, 1671, 1672. Eliza, 2088, 2607. Elizabeth, 2125. Ellis, Amos, 2105, M160. Ellis, Bob, 3093. Ellis, Edwin, 2105, 2141. Ellis, Emma C., 1336, NB1772 Ellis, Fred, M160. Ellis, Hannah, 1336. Ellis, Hattie B., 1336. Ellis, Jack, 2504. Ellis, James, 1336, NB775....

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Campbell’s Abstract – C Surnames

The publication of the Tribal Rolls, in 1907, gave the roll number, name of the allottee, age, sex and blood, and operated to a large extent to inform the public, but this information was not sufficient, in fact, it aided only those who, by reason of their familiarity with the workings and records of the Indian Offices, knew how to secure additional information. John Campbell set out to help researchers determine the family relationships between the allottee’s by providing an abstract index of all names from the records. This index has proven invaluable over time by providing a quick method to research family relationships within the tribal rolls. C Surnames Caahthlenna, 586. Cabecha, 1751, 2047. Cabecha, Nannie, 2047. Cable, Adam M , 341, NB77. Cable, Cora E., 341. Cable, John Henry, 341. Cable, Mary I., 341, NB77. Cable, Mary Isabel, 341, NB77. Cable, Virgie Plimmer, NB77. Caddie, 2534. Caesar, 3131. Caesar, Annie, 443. Caesar, George, 3164. Caesar, Hannah, NB550. Caesar, Judy, 3131. Caesar, Moser, NB551. Caesar, Panuggee, NB1130. Caesar, Rachael, 3131, NB550, NB551, M196 Caesar, Samego, 3131, NB550, NB551, M 196 Caesar, Sissie, 2598, NB1130. Caesar, Sowikee, 3164. Caesar, Toche, M196. Cagee, 1286. Cahcokethlon, 2713, NB1137. Cahkokethlon, 940. Cahkokothlon, Agie, 940. Cahlowe, 2730. Cahlowee, 578. Cahtahwon, 2180, 2626, 3704. Cahtahwon, Lucinda, 3704. Cahtahwon, Maggie, 2180. Cahtahwon, Minnie 2180. Cahtahwon, Willie, 2180. Cahtutah, 1275. Cahwee, 601, 946, 1334. Cahwee, Betsey,...

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Campbell’s Abstract – A Surnames

The publication of the Tribal Rolls, in 1907, gave the roll number, name of the allottee, age, sex and blood, and operated to a large extent to inform the public, but this information was not sufficient, in fact, it aided only those who, by reason of their familiarity with the workings and records of the Indian Offices, knew how to secure additional information. John Campbell set out to help researchers determine the family relationships between the allottee’s by providing an abstract index of all names from the records. This index has proven invaluable over time by providing a quick method to research family relationships within the tribal rolls. A Surnames Abahalee, 3157. Abandey, 235. Abbeah, 2778. Abbelogah, 2307. Abbeloka, 937 Abbey, 1315. Abloe, 1268. Ablow, Nicey, 1268. Abolin, 1322. Absey, 2080, 3003. Ackley, Bart, 51102. Ackley, Goldie, M102. Ackley, Morris, M102. Aconconey, 588. Ada, 180. Adair, Edley, 3802. Adair, Edwin Brewer, M3. Adair, Gipsie, 464, M3. Adair, L. A., M3. Adair, Martha, 3802. Adaline, 1631. Adams, 651. Adams, Aggie, 1025. Adams, Andrew, NB780. Adams, Annie, 1025, NB786, NB787. Adams, Benjamin, 1170. Adams, Bettie, 927, NB834. Adams, Daniel, 1025. Adams, David, M333. Adams, Delia, 137. Adams, Dicey, 137, 882, 927, 1182. Adams, Ellen, 927. Adams, Emma, 1025. Adams, Ethel, NB787. Adams, Falby, 139. Adams, Felix, 3887. Adams, Frank, 1732. Adams, Fred, 1170. Adams, Garfield, 139. Adams, George W., 1170, 3887,...

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Campbell’s Abstract – B Surnames

The publication of the Tribal Rolls, in 1907, gave the roll number, name of the allottee, age, sex and blood, and operated to a large extent to inform the public, but this information was not sufficient, in fact, it aided only those who, by reason of their familiarity with the workings and records of the Indian Offices, knew how to secure additional information. John Campbell set out to help researchers determine the family relationships between the allottee’s by providing an abstract index of all names from the records. This index has proven invaluable over time by providing a quick method to research family relationships within the tribal rolls. B Surnames Baccus, Mattie Belle, M263. Baccus, Rebella, 1074, M263. Baccus, Willie, M263. Backburn, Arnecie, 807, 3537, NB1164. Backburn, Cal 3537, NB1164. Backbun, Duffy A., 3537. Backbun, Etta May, NB1164. Bailey, Charles, 398, 780. Bailey, Elizabeth, 780. Bailey, George Ella, 814, M15. Bailey, Georgie Ella, 814. Bailey, Howard L., 814. Bailey, Joe A., 22. Bailey, Joseph Martin, 22. Bailey, Lonie Lee, 814. Bailey, Mattie, 22 Bailey, W. H., 814. Baily, Moses, 39S. Baker, Anna, 166$, NB661, NB414. Baker. Annie, 160, 103. Baker, Benjamin W., 1838. Baker Billy, NB305, NB1023. Baker, Butler, 1838. Baker, Clara Belle, 1S35 Baker, Eldo, 1835. Baker, Ella B., 3254, NB178. Baker Ella Blanche, 3254, NB17s. Baker, Emma, 1570. Baker, Eula Blanche. NB178. Baker, Everett M., NB304. Baker,...

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Key to Campbell’s Abstract Index

The following index includes the names of the father and mother, as well as the name of the enrolled citizen. It is arranged alphabetically, both as to the sir and Christian names. We have been very careful in its preparation and have spent months in an effort to make it as complete and useful as possible. We do not expect that it, in connection with the Abstract, will answer all questions in every case. It will however be a very great help to those who will make a proper use of it, and use it in difficult cases in connection with in­formation received outside the record. Many of the Indians have more than one name. They have their family name, sometimes a school name, which is different and also a bust name. We have knowledge only of the names written on the Census Cards, and such names we have used in our Index, however when we could determine that different spelling of a name stood for the same person we have cross indexed. In the preparation of the enrollment records different clerks, in the office of the Dawes Commission, took testimony for the record. As the Indian names were pronounced to these clerks, the clerks on hearing the names, and hearing different pronunciations, spelled the names differently, and this dif­ferent spelling is carried on the cards, in fact, it...

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Campbell’s Abstract of Creek Indian Census Cards

The publication of the Tribal Rolls, in 1907, gave the roll number, name of the allottee, age, sex and blood, and operated to a large extent to inform the public, but this information was not sufficient, in fact, it aided only those who, by reason of their familiarity with the workings and records of the Indian Offices, knew how to secure additional information. John Campbell set out to help researchers determine the family relationships between the allottee’s by providing an abstract index of all names from the records. This index has proven invaluable over time by providing a quick method to research family relationships within the tribal rolls.

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