Topic: Roll

Captains entitled to the additional half section, Nitachacha District

No. Names. Number of acres cultivated. Entitled as Captains Number of acres. 1. Big Ax, (Six Town) 5 320 400 2 Toshpabe 3 320 400 3 Tikbarnchabubbee 8 320 400 4 Onabi 1½ 320 820 5 Nakishtabi 1¼ 320 320 6 Pashishtikabi 7 320 400 7 Otikuihacho 9 320 400 8 Kawalichabi 6 320 400 9 Hoshisbimataha 3 320 400 10 Hopaiahoma 12 320 480 11 Captain Lakto 8 320 400 12 Ittotahoma 4 320 400 13 Ittotechahabi 3 320 400 14 Ibakahabi 2 320 400 15 Kaniyohikabi, or Hitch Charly 4 320 400 16 Hopaiishtonaki 8 320 400 17 Tashholata .. 320 320 18 Big Ax 20 320 640 19 Bob 2 321 400 20 Imoklashahoma 8 320 400 21 Koaboma 12 320 480 22 Red Cedar 8 320 400 23 Nittahoma 12 320 480 24 Hopaiatabi 20 320 640 25 Pashahama 8 320 400 26 Pisahokatabi 6 320 400 27 Tashiyaholtatta 20 320 600 28 Chahtamitaha 18 320 480 29 Hopaihimata 12 320 480 30 Acitahoma .. 320 320  I do hereby certify that the above named persons were captains in my district at the time of the treaty made at Dancing Rabbit creek, on the 25th September, 1830, and that a list of their names was furnished by me to F. W. Armstrong, when called on, for the purpose of allowing the additional half section, as...

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Choctaw orphan children, and their parents, in Nitachacha’s district.

Register of the names of Choctaw orphan children, and their parents, as far as can be ascertained, which are to be provided for by a provision in the Choctaw treaty of 1830, in Nittachachi’s district. No. Name of Orphans Sex Name of Parents Gen. Remarks 1 Wascomme male Ponchemastubbee . 2 Achecautubbee male Pochehokete . 3 Tahonah female Apehache – Tewakayo . 4 Elieshabbee male Shaphahhomah Mother’s name unknown. 5 Iatohah female Imistonabbee – Pootahoka Mother no father 6 Uahakah male Eliimme . 7 Maasontimah female Ponchahomah  – Istantonah . 8 Maleshabbee male Onahhopiah – Istonah . 9 Muckonah female Tishoanchahah – Onahoyo . 10 Achookmahoyo female Onwokabbee – Nooatimah . 11 Pallamme female Elastubbee – Tonah . 12 Pesahbunah male Nokwahomah – Istimiah . 13 Apaghtabbee male Wakanahomah – Hoolbahoka . 14 Mahahhonah female Shekopeabbee – Ulbegehoyo . 15 Funabbee male Nookchahatubbee .. 16 Nooahhomah female Kunneahoka . 17 Elapyuah male Jattubbee – Tahoka . 18 Nonka female Kunneatubbee . 19 Lusunn female Outimah . 20 Echafahoka female Teskeonabbee – Hootimasah . 21 Jim Onefoot male Poneheswakaah – Stonah . 22 Noonatubbee male Opohola – Imahatona . 23 Nontimah female Mushulekah – Pullehoyo . 24 Holetopah male Cheletambee – Manley 25 Achafatiah male Itteheshe . 26 Atokowah male Onahonah . 27 William Garland male Betsey Garland Mother no father 28 Lapahoka female Hochah – Tullewa . 29 Elanola...

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Choctaw orphan children, and their parents, in Leflore’s district.

Register of the names of Choctaw orphan children, and their parents, as far as can be ascertained, which are to be provided for by a provision in the Choctaw treaty of 1830, in Leflore’s district.* No. Names of orphans. Sex. Names of parents Remarks. 1 Phelemoontubbee Male Cannautubbee . 2 Timohoka Female Yenonlahonah . 3 Illayamomo Male Nockestiah -Imahatimah . 4 Longsnake Male Alichhomah Wife or mother not known. 5 Emusheah Female . . 6 Marco Male Estocha . 7 Baley Male – Mentoney . 8 Ayofatah Male . Yenontubbee . 9 Lapatomah Female Armentoklee . 10 Preston Male Abapesah . 11 Unocabbee Male Toolee . 12 Barton Male – Ahocatubbee – Gohonah . 13 Washington Trahern Male – Wesley Trahern Mother’s name not known. 14 Letha Trahern Female — . 15 Wesley Collins Male Charles Collins – Polly Collins . 16 Atollee Male Pataleche . 17 Acagola Male Chenoke . 18 Pesamantubbee Male Mesatubbee – Mesiah . 19 Silace Male Isaac . 20 James Gray Male Ishtohoyo . 21 Imma Female Shacopa – Tullowah . 22 Pucatubbee Male Chobremme – Taheally . 23 Hobutayo Male Hewoarto Mother not known 24 Jahuplubbee Male Hotubbee . 25 Leabbee Male Sully . 26 Tohonabbee Male Tuskeakoyo – Canneahoka . 27 Tapelah Female Netah – Temioka . 28 Hotimah Female Imatubbee – Tuskohoyo . 29 Nockishnooah Male Onohaja – Tihache . 30...

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Choctaw orphan Children and their parents, in the Mingo Mushulatubbe’s District

Register of the names of Choctaw orphan Children and their parents, as far as can be ascertained, which are to be provided for by a provision of the Choctaw treaty of 1830 in the Mushulatubbee’s District No. Orphans Mame Sex Parents Name Remarks 1 Tishu male Sashtubbee  . 2 Shahoye female Ahoye (wife)  . 3 Kawabbee male  —-  . 4 Shoshconchubbee male Nockahomah – Ishtaiye (wife)  . 5 Ishihoyo female Tolabbee  . 6 Tishliotabbee male Itowallee (wife)  . 7 Pesanohotubbee male  —–  . 8 Olohoshtubbee male Imnabbee  . 9 John Pope male Chillechi  . 10 Nooaka female Taninchubbee – Hoyoke  . 11 Okestulluah female Ashookhomah  . 12 Achookmahonah female Shaumaye  . 13 Kanotimah female Abinsa  . 14 Poohah female Holletimah  . 15 Lapimethtabbee male Chookfa  . 16 Anloopabbee male Peyake  . 17 Pesahhocatubbee male Chufakaloopah  . 18 Hopiatubbee male Shuckti  . 19 Ounohocatubbee male Mushlatolabbee – Okesliolas (wife)  . 20 Yaholabbee male Oshtatemah  . 21 Latu male Hopeatonah  . 22 Imokleche male Intolah – Fullepoyo  . 23 Mishumintubbee male Intolabbee  . 24 Pootah male Alatimah  . 25 Konchetimah female Laichi – Patitomo  . 26 Anooahtimah female Nockneche  . – Ilamecheoka female Anolehoyo  . 27 Oklahimah female Maketiah  . 28 Yohla female Ishalemanoka  . 29 Kammala female Illihocklo  . 30 Illappolo male Malipoka  . 31 Choolabbee male Oklatubbee – Okhono  . 32 Elafenabbee male Chahola – Shapiathonah  . 33 Onatonah...

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Captains entitled to the additional half section, Mushulatubbe’s district

MUSHULATUBBE A list of the Captains entitled to the additional half section, under the nineteenth article of the treaty, in Mushulatubbe’s district Names. Number of acres cultivated Entitled as Captains Total number of Acres Holabe 14 320 480 Adam Fulsom 20 320 640 Joseph Kincade 22 320 640 Suba, or Horse 9 320 320 Talking Warrior 12 320 480 Pistabe 10 320 320 Koehoma 14 320 490 Tanahacho 6 320 320 Isaac James 20 320 640 Sockatubbee 15 320 480 Hoshehoma 12 320 480 Immeleche 14 320 480 Atamemastubbe 12 320 480 Holba 15 320 480 Nashbanawa 12 320 480 Tushkahacho 7 320 320 Jerry Fulsom 30 320 800 Matabee 13 320 480 Stonakehega 7 320 320 Lowachubbee 14 320 480 John Ward 30 320 800 Hockloontubbe 14 320 480 Hoahopia 8 320 320 Howatubbe 8 320 320 Halala 5 320 320 Ochinchahoma 12 320 480 Tishoseleta 10 320 320 Shapanshahubbee 6 320 320 Osbehoma 6 320 320 Oshasheopia 3 320 320 I do hereby certify, that the above named persons were captains in my district at the time the treaty was made at Dancing Rabbit creek , on the 25th September, 1830 and that a list of their names were furnished by me to F. W. Armstrong, when called on, for the purpose of allowing the additional half sections, as provided for in the treaty. Dated at the...

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Captains entitled to the additional half section, Leflore District

English names listed on the 1831 “list of claims allowed under the treaty in Greenwood Leflore district”. These are “persons that have relinquished their land. Laflore District A list of the Captains entitled to the additional half section under the nineteenth article of treaty. No    Names Number of Acres Cultivated Entitled as Captains Total number of acres 1 Thomas Leflore 12 320 480 2 James Shields 21 320 640 3 Okchia 2 320 400 4 Anthony Turnbull 40 320 800 5 Lewis Durant 8 320 400 6 Cullashubbee 14 320 480 7 Minta 4 320 400 8 Mihiachubbee 2 320 400 9 James Flitcher 12 320 480 10 Thomas Hays 30 320 800 11 William Hays 30 320 800 12 Pintstubbee 4 320 400 13 Stemalicha 20 320 640 14 Ahacacha 20 320 640 15 Holitahoma 30 320 800 16 Jikehoma 8 320 400 17 Oshcama 20 320 640 18 Chuckmubbee 8 320 400 19 Toko 3 320 400 20 Chatematoha 40 320 800 21 Tobala 8 320 400 22 Tuscaemitta 12 320 480 23 Nathaniel Jones 25 320 640 24 Achiletta 15 320 480 25 Washington 20 320 640 26 Tickbahoma 15 320 480 27 Big Cloud 15 320 480 28 Washshashamastubbee 4 320 400 29 Hobitochia, or Little Leader 15 320 480 30 Hopiaahoma 4 320 400 I hereby certify, that the above named persons were captains...

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Choctaws Who Served in 1794

Choctaws who served a campaign under General Anthony Wayne in 1794 Mungoohemeter In Leflore’s district Ishlomakahacho Mushulatubbee’s district Atokoli Mushulatubbee’s district Tishlerwelblue Mushulatubbee’s district Achuckmatibi Mushulatubbee’s district Tishumiko Mushulatubbee’s district Hikatibi Mushulatubbee’s district Shikopoomma Mushulatubbee’s district Hepoe Mushulatubbee’s district Pashitunabi Mushulatubbee’s district Pashistubi Mushulatubbee’s district Hollabbee Mushulatubbee’s district Shophanchobi Mushulatubbee’s district Yakkaya Mushulatubbee’s district Jishkeatoka Mushulatubbee’s district Lanchebi Mushulatubbee’s district John Locus Mushulatubbee’s district Hanothomma Mushulatubbee’s district Japenahomma Mushulatubbee’s district Locka Mushulatubbee’s district Falasner Mushulatubbee’s district Okloha Mushulatubbee’s district Hikatibi Mushulatubbee’s district Aholhtina Mushulatubbee’s district Total number now living is 24, and only 20 are provided...

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Trail of Tears Evaluation

The Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek contains a long list of individuals (3547) receiving land reservations and positively recognizes these people as members of the tribe in a legally binding fashion. Many of these land recipients are elsewhere identified as countrymen or mixed bloods. There can be little doubt that they were accepted as leaders and members of the tribe. The various claims to land and claims for other reasons are found in American State Papers and offer positive identification of mixed bloods in individual cases. They also help pinpoint the location of mixed-blood land holdings.

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Roll of Captain John Stuarts Company

An effective Roll of Captain John Stuarts Company Working at Fort Loudoun July 11th, 1757 John Stuart Captain James Adamson Lieutenant John Miller, Sergeant Jacob Glaughenberg,  Sergeant John Roberts,  Corp Arch, Watson,  Dr Lawrence Masterson John Bower Archibald Watson Senr. Jacob Rough Joseph Velts George Swaggart George Moan Henry Volk Thomas Kelly James Read George Hefser Thomas Coyle Henrye Jinceller Stephen Terrey Joseph Vert Martin Miller Bryan Rourk Michael Shecklin Henry Maxwell John Shults Joseph Vennegan William Campbell Adam Kellar John Purcell James Moon Tobias Holmes Thomas Mills Martin Herter Edward Manahan William Buttler Patrick Campbell Thomas Abrahood Gaspar Dickinson Michael Calfskins Thomas Keylar Daniel McLachlin Andrew Hogstaten James Fraser Robert Jones Thomas Foster Perregrine Murphy John Simms William Martin Thomas Jones Jacob Bigley Michael Mucklefoot John...

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1757, July 6, Roll of Captain John Postells Company

An Effective Roll of Captain John Postells Company July 6th 1757 Captain John Postell Lieutenant Maurice Anderson Ensign Joseph Lloyd Anthony Holsendorf  Serj. Thomas Turner Corp. Andrew Black Drum George Ulrick  Solomon Witham Jacob Bowrly Frederick Hoof Peter Sandwell William Busby Frederick Houx John Simonds Jacob Connor ThomasHodge William Starky Lewis Committer Solomon Holmes Gosper Starky Leonard Campbell Geroge Holsinger William McFall Lewis Colson Robert Jefferson William Strawthers Frederick Dore SamuelJackson George Strawthers Peter Designer Joseph Lambert Nicholas Thorne Nicholas Fritts Emanuel Miller Elias Tage Thomas Hill John Nagerly Henry Tilmore Henry Hammond Gosper Oth Frederick Ulmore Tobias Hartshog George Poole Lewis Ulmore John Hover Jacob Rode John Wolf Jacob Hummerbiller Daniel Bingall George Weaver Jacob Hairlong Harmon Rash Edward Williams George Hammer William Rode Bushrod Thomas Jasper Nagerly P....

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Mushulatubbee District, English Names

With the passage by the U.S. Congress of the Indian Removal Act that same year, the legal mechanisms were put in place for President Andrew Jackson to negotiate with Indian groups for their deportation. The Choctaws, Mississippi’s largest Indian group, were the first southeastern Indians to accept removal with the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek in September 1830. The treaty provided that the Choctaws would receive land west of the Mississippi River in exchange for the remaining Choctaw lands in Mississippi. The Choctaws were given three years to leave Mississippi. English names listed on the1831 “list of claims allowed under the treaty in Mingo Mushulatubbee’s district”. These are “persons that have relinquished their land. Samuel Bacon John Bartlett Widow Beans (or Beams) Silas Bohannon William Bohannon, Jr. Widow Bradford Alexander Brashears Delila Brashears Turner Brashears Zaddock Brashears Henry Bridgeworth William Bucklis James Campbell Henry T. Carr William Cobert John Coleman Allen Corney Jacob Daniel John Doaty Capt. Adam Folsom Capt. Isaac Folsom Nancy Gillet (Big Nancy) Capt. Talking Warrior Col. David Folsom George Folsom Israel Folsom Capt. Jeremiah Folsom John Folsom McKee Folsom Nathaniel Folsom, Jr. Polly Folsom Robert Folsom Shame Folsom William Folsom Samuel Garland Jeremiah Gardner Mark Griffy William Hall John James Hancock Charles Holston Capt. Joseph Kincade Hartwell Hartway Horse Hunter Charles H. Howell George Hudson Capt. Benjamin James Delila James Capt. Isaac James John James...

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English Names from Greenwood Leflore District

With the passage by the U.S. Congress of the Indian Removal Act that same year, the legal mechanisms were put in place for President Andrew Jackson to negotiate with Indian groups for their deportation. The Choctaws, Mississippi’s largest Indian group, were the first southeastern Indians to accept removal with the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek in September 1830. The treaty provided that the Choctaws would receive land west of the Mississippi River in exchange for the remaining Choctaw lands in Mississippi. The Choctaws were given three years to leave Mississippi. English names listed on the 1831 “list of claims allowed under the treaty in Greenwood Leflore district”. These are “persons that have relinquished their land. Daniel Anderson Daniel Anderson (there are 2) Joseph Anderson Benjamin Battiece Winney Battiece Benjamin Capt. Big Cloud Big Pumpkin Bingard or Buzzard Isaac Bliss Capt.Bob Benjamin Brashears Lewis Brashears Turner Brashears Vaughn Brashears Widow Burris John Cafry Capt. Cammell Charles Carney Cornelius Carney Capt.Cobb Robert Cole Gilbert B. Collins John Cooper Placide Crapes Stephen Crapes William Crevatt Edward Curtain (McCurtain ??) Eli W. Crowder James Davis Davenport Delila (and her 5 children) J. Doke John Doty Charles Durant Leir Durant Pear Durant Ranson  Durant John Ellis Thomas Everage Capt.Silas D. Fisher Joseph Fisher Capt. Fletcher James Foster Moses Foster Samuel Foster Alexander Frazier Benjamin Frazier John Frazier Lewis Frazier Moses Frazier James Gipson Susan...

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Nitachacha District, English Names

With the passage by the U.S. Congress of the Indian Removal Act that same year, the legal mechanisms were put in place for President Andrew Jackson to negotiate with Indian groups for their deportation. The Choctaws, Mississippi’s largest Indian group, were the first southeastern Indians to accept removal with the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek in September 1830. The treaty provided that the Choctaws would receive land west of the Mississippi River in exchange for the remaining Choctaw lands in Mississippi. The Choctaws were given three years to leave Mississippi. English names listed on the1831 “list of claims allowed under the treaty in Nitachacha District”. These are “persons that have relinquished” (their land) Samuel Anderson Capt. Big Ax Capt. Bob Z. Brashears, Sr. Thomas Cango William Christy George Clark Gen. Coffee Capt. John Cooper William Fields Pliny Fisk Capt. James Gardiner/Gardner James Garland John Garland S. Garland Henry Garvin Charles Gibson George Johnson Charles Juzong Capt. Pur Juzong Capt. John Lake Louie Thomas McCann J. K. Nail Capt. Red Cedar Capt. Thorn Allen...

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