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Orders for the Creek Stipend for the Years 1796 and 1797, Drawn on Edward Price, Factor for the U. States.

1797
Sept. 17
No. 1 For the Dog Warrior  $ 17.00
24 2 Big Feared of Cusseta  16.00
25 3 Tustunnagau Haujo 4.50
25 4 Sunalthly of Hatchetau  4.50
Oct. 2 5 Okeleesaw of Oakchoie  10.00
2 6 Mico Opilthocco, Big Swamp 10.00
6 7 Efau Haujo of Tuckabatchee 30.00
  8 Mico Opilthocco, 50 lb. meal  
3 9 Iofekah the wounded chief 20.00
  10 The Bird Tail's brother and party 10.00
30 11 Tuskenah Hutkee 25.00
Nov. 1 12 Tehikeh and his party 30.00
5 13 Emauthy Hutkey 5.00
13 14 Yeauholau Mico 500.00
  15 Enehau Thlucco 500.00
  16 Abecuh Tustunnagau. 270.00
  17 Uchee Will of Uchee 100.00
  18 Opoi Mico 5.00
15 19 Mico Thlucco 2.00
15 20 Colohtau, agent for Oconee 80.00
16 21 Enehau Thlucco  
19 22 Tuskeneau of Potachooclee 80.00
25 23 Enehau Thlucco and Holautau Tustunnagau of Hetchetu 100.00
26 24 Opoi Haujo of Ooseuchee 100.00
  25 Catchau Haujo of Long I. Village, one blanket 172.
30 26 Coosau Mico of Tallauhassee 100.00
  27 Opoi Uchee of Sawgohatchee 172.
  28 Tuccosau Tustunnagau 80.00
Dec. 5 29 Tustunnagau Thlucco 250.00
13 30 Coosau Emautlau 2.50
16 31 Coosau Mico, bushel of salt  
18 32 Foosatche Mico, 1 bushel salt and 2 yds. 
oznabrigs
 
21 33 Chahau Mico, agent Chickasaws 100.00
1798
Jan. 2
34 Opoie Howla of Tuskeegee 80.00
  35 Stumelugee of Oakchoie 40.00
June 4   Fixico Haujo of Occhoi Tallauhassee  120.00
June 8   Yufcau Leyja of Tuckabatchee, for a horse stolen at Colerain  
9   George Cornell, for sundries furnished by him for redeeming prisoners, by order of the chiefs 22.50
10   Itchhos Haujo, for redeeming Colonel Titseward's daughter & negro 125.00
    Mooklausau Hopoie, for his brother, carry Chickasaw talks 10.00
    Ditto, for two Indians going twice with Chickasaw horses 15.00
    Ditto, for Josiah Francis for a horse restored by him 57.00
    Mooklausau Hopoie for the town of Ochcaupofau. 75.00
    Little Warrior of Coweta Tallauhassee, for the lone of a horse to go to Tuckabatchee 2.25
Dec. 25   Salley & Patsey Headham, on E. Price 69.75
 

Fort Wilkinson, 13 December, 1797. 

Creek Stipend for 1798

[1798]
June 7
No. 1 Morgan of Wewokee, one bag of salt  1.00
23 2 George Cornell, a chief of Tuckabatchee, for the use of the chiefs of the Creek nation 100.00
Aug. 17 3 Nancy, the Indian woman under protection of government
One bag with flower and 20 lbs. of beef.
318.
21 4 Haffocolotigee, her husband, and family, one bag salt and one bag of 20 lbs. flower. 2.25
27 5 Sohtigee, a Cusseta woman, one shift 1.50
  6 Thomas Marshall, by order of Yeauholau Mico 9.50
  7 Coweta agent, Nehau Thlucco Haujo, stipend for 1798 125.00
  3, Coweta Tallauhassee, Abbeuh Tustunnagau, agent 75.00
  9 Cusseta agent Mico Thlucco, stipend for 1798 125.00
  10 Efau Tuckeneah & Tau Jammey, agents for Ooseuchee, 3 December, 1798 50.00
  11 Honaubo, Emautlau Thlucco, Sahopoie, agents for Palachooch, 3rd Dec., 1798 40.00
  12 Euohau Thlucco & Olocte Emautlau, agents for Hitchetee, 3rd Dec., 1798 50.00
  13 Mico Emautlau of Cheauhau, agent for that town, 5 December, 1798 50.00
Aug. 27 14 Tuccosau Tustunnagau of Sauwoogeloochee, 8 December, 1798 40.00
  15 Efau Haujo, of Tuckabatchee 25.00
  16 Uchee Will & Cholateah, agents Uchees, 10 December 50.00
  17 Maulechau & Yeauholau Mico, agents of Sauwoogelo 80.00
  18 Ditto, for 1796 and 1797 50.00
  19 Euchau Thlucco of Cusseta., 14 December 10.00
  No. 20 Mico Hutkee, agent of Eufaula, for 1796 & 97 50.00
1798
Dec. 14
21 Ditto ditto for 1798 60.00
  22 Tussekiah Mico, for his faithful and persevering exertions in the service of his country 50.00
  23 Tuskeegee Tustunnagau, for his faithful service in the execution of the national engagements 12.50
  24 Tustunnagau Hopoie, for his fidelity and zeal in executing his national engagements, 12.50
  25 Mico of Oketeqockenne and Hopoie, agents of Oketeqockenne, 26 December, 1798 25.00
Dec. 14 26 Efau Tustunnagau, 8 April, 1799, for getting and restoring a stolen horse, on Mr. Hopkins, U. S. Factor 2.50
1799
Apr. 13
27 Billey, called Longhair, one keg of whiskey to be charged to the Cussetas.  

Stipend for 1799.

1800 [1798?]
Apr. 16
No. 1 Tuccosau Tustunnagau, agent for Sauwoogolooche $ 40.00
22 2 Nehau Thlucco, Jauneco, agents for Cusseta, stipend 1798-1799, 225 dollars; the whole sum being 250, from which was deducted 25 for a rifle given their late Tustunnagau Thlucco, and 20, one-third of a bay mare stolen by John Galphin and sold at Grunsborough, claimed and demanded by the agent in the public square of Cusseta, of the 3 towns, Cusseta, Tallauhassee and Coweta and lost by their inattention.  
May 3 3 Coweta Tallauhassee, Tustunnagau Cochookome, agent 75.00
3 4 For the chiefs of the Creek nation about to assemble at Tuckabatchee, William Hill 200.00
5 5 For a meeting of the chiefs, one beef, Tuskeegee Tustunnagau 5.00
May 17 6 Nehau Thlucco, Necau Haujo, Ecunchate, Emautlau Chatejus, Coweta Tustunnagau, agents for Coweta
This town was rated at 125, and 60 has been deducted for a bay mare stolen by John Galphin, demanded of the 3 towns by the agent and lost by their negligence.
65.00
23 7 Efau Tuskanehau and Tustunnuc Haujo, agents for Ooseuchee. 50.00
27 8 Tustunnuc Hopoie, brother of Mico Thlucco, one grind stone.  
June 7   Upper towns 1500.00
    Hiussetuh 20.00
17   Messrs. Hutke & Long Tom, Talchiscau Mico, account of Ocfuske 100.00
July 20   Emautlau Haujo, a messenger on public business from the Creek nation 7.50
23   Tuskeegee Tustunnagau, for his services on the mission to the Simanolees 12.50
23   Hoithle Ponorich, for like services 10.00
       
June 7   The chiefs of the upper towns $1,500, in the following drafts:  
9   Abbacoochee $ 54.00
11   Eufaulauhatche 75.00
14   Hillabee 60.00
15   Unnelluh Chapco 80.00
15   Nuoqaucou 60.00
      $329.00
       
    Nauche 200.00
17   Robert Walton 102.50
    Mr. Tygard 100.00
    Tussekiah Mico, Hutke & Tommy Cregseo, public dispatches 6.00
  55 John Tyler, public smith, one quarter, to the end of September 78.00
1798
July 2
5 Henry Wilson, assistant to the public smith at Coweta, one quarter's sallary, to the last of June 30.00
6 12 William Hill, from 9 February to 30 June 85.00
June 24 13 John Tyler, public smith, from 1st April to 30 June 75.00
Sept. 5 29 William Beard, from S March to S July, in the service of the I. department 45.00
  42 Caurlu Burks, note to B. H. for the U. S 40.00
Sept. 5 43 Mr. Barnard, two orders, from 1st April to last September 350.00
  45 Received Thomas Clark, 1st April -30 September 100.00
  48 W. Tuly, smith, 1st April to 30 September 130.00
  54 L. Raby, 26 September to 31 December, striker 30.00
  55 John Tyler, from 1 June to 30 September, as public smith 75.00
1799
Jan.
58 James Burges, assistant and interpreter, from 1st December, 1796 to 30 March, 1797, 133.1/3
  59 Ballance, from July 1st, 1796 to December 31,1797 550.00
  60 Richard Thomas, 1 quarter's sallary, 31 December, 1797 50.00
  61 Timothy Barnard, 1st October-31st December, 1799 175.00
  62 William Hill, 1st July to 31 December, 1798 110.00
  65 John Miller, public smith, from 24 July, 1798 to 31 March, 1799, for rations 55.55
    161 days, at 2 rations $40.25
    322 at 12 15.30
    90 at 17 $55.55
  69 Nomand Montague, from 1 September to 31st December, and 1 January to 31 March 36.30
  73 Louis Renby, striker to the smith, one quarter, 1 January to 31 March, 1799 30.00

Stipend for 1796, 1797 and 1798.

1799
Nov. 14
No. 1 In favour of Tustunnagau Hopoie of Coweta Tallauhassee, the stipend allowed that town for 1798 $ 75.00
14 2 In favour of George Cornell, out of the stipend allowed by the U. S. to the Creeks for the year 1798 10.00
  3 Ditto, Nahomohtah Hopoie 10.00
  4 Ditto, Emaulau Jauno 10.75
16 5 Emautlau Haujo, for delivering a horse stolen by a black man from George Brown,  2.10 
    And Insomochuh, for carrying him to the fort 1.00
17 6 Cusseta Tustunnagau Thlucco, for a horse taken the summer 1797 from Cotchau Tustunnagau, belonging to a citizen of the U. S.; this claim allowed in the Cusseta square 7.50
  7 Cusseta Hoithlepoie of Eufaulau, for a prisoner delivered up by order of the chiefs; payment decreed 29 November 25.00
29 8 Summoniejee, for the recovery of a horse lost in Tennessee in the spring; this draft by order of the chiefs on loan, and if it appears that the horse is really stolen by white people, then the sum to be refunded to the stipend by the U. S 33.00
Nov. 29 9 Ooseuchee Yeauholau, a rifle gun as pay for one of their prisoners; this per order of the national council.  
Dec. 11 10 Emautlau Hutkee, for beef supplied the national council at the meeting in Tuckabatchee, one 6, one 5 years old 27.50
  11 Olohtuh Mico, one low priced shot gun, of the stipend allowed by the U. S. to the Creeks, and $3.75 for a blanket and shirt worn by some citizens of Georgia.  
11 12 Tuscoonau Haujo, the value of a low priced rifle, or such an one, of the stipend allowed the Creeks by the U. S.  
  13 Tuscoonau Haujo, agent for Tuckabatchee, for to pay some old woman for supplies for the meeting at Tuckabatchee 40.00
  14 The representative of Aupoithle; see No. 8 on Mr. William Hawkins 70.00
14, 15 Nehau Thlucco Haujo, agent for Hillabee, 75.00
1800 Jan. 8 16 Tuskeegee Tustunnagau, warrior of the 5 great towns on Chattahoochee 13.37