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[M234, roll 235, letter R.95]


Misc. Creek Self-Emigrants

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Maj. E. R. Roberts
U. S. Indn Agent
for Creeks

With Creek Delegation will please have the within claims for Emigration & subsistence examined & if correct & it can be done have them placed with those of the same nature now before the Dept.

[Israel G.] Vore


 " Self Emigration claims of Creek Indians against the United States. "

EmigratorAgeSexPersons EmigratedAge SexRemarks
Katey McIntosh60f   Emigrated from the old Creek Nation in company with Ben Hawkins, the Summer & Fall of 1836 - furnished her own transportation & subsistence, & subsistence for 12 months after her arrival - claims remuneration under treaty of 1832. Sarah Davis, heir.
James Hutton60mMary
Polly
Ailcey
Joe
Jack
17
18
20
17
17
f
f
f
m
m
Emigrated from the old Creek Nation, Ala. to Texas the Fall of 1836 - and from Texas to the Creek Nation Indn. Tery. 1853 - claims for transportation & subsistence, & for subsistence for 12 months after arrival under provision of treaty of 1832. 
George W. Walker22m   Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation, Indn. Tery., the Fall of 1848 - furnishing transportation & subsistence, & subsistence for 12 months after his arrival - claims remuneration under treaty of 1832.
Polly Austin22fLucinda Reed
Augustus Austin
Daniel Austin
Betsey Reed
David Reed
Judy Reed
Sally Reed
Susan Reed, Sr
William Reed
Susan Reed, Jr
Jim Reed
Hepsey Reed
Toney Berryhill
Jeffrey (servant)
Lucy (servant)
50
26
2
20
18
16
14
12
9
1
16
8
23
35
16
f
m
m
f
m
f
f
f
m
f
m
f
f
m
f
Emigrated from the old Creek Nation in Alabama to the Creek Nation, Indn. Tery. in 1830 - Furnished transportation & subsistence, & subsistence 12 months after their arrival - claims remuneration under treaty of 1826.
Ward Coachman50m   Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation, I. T. in June 1849 - Emigrated others for which he rec'd remuneration - but for transportation & subsistence, & subsistence 12 months after his arrival, he never was paid, claims under treaty of 1832. 
Thle Harjo

(of Talladega)
m35Se kar par ke
Sar ho ye
Thle sar ho ye
Ar chok kar ho ye
Molly
38
28
10
7
3
f
f
f
f
f
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation, I. T. the Summer of 1838 - Furnished transportation & subsistence, and subsistence 12 months after their arrival - claims remuneration under treaty of 1832.
William Grayson

(of Hillabee)
m47Judy Grayson
Wm. Grayson Jr.
Amy Grayson
Henderson Grayson
Abigail Henderson
Lucretia Grayson
Loueza Grayson
Se ho ye Grayson
34
13
11
9
7
5
3
1
f
m
f
m
f
f
f
f
Emigrated from Alabama the Winter of 1834-5 to the Creek Nation, Indn. Tery., furnished transportation & subsistence, and subsistence 12 months after their arrival - claims remuneration under treaty of 1832.
Sim mar heech karm42Th- molth ho ye
Fik har ke
Shirley
Dicky
Tennessee Billy
George
38
27
35
35
30
20
f
m
m
m
m
m
Left Alabama the Winter of 1836-7, reached Creek Nation the Fall of 1837 -  furnished transportation & subsistence, & subsistence for 12 months after their arrival - claims remuneration under treaty of 1832.

Simpson Grayson, heir

Cusseta Town

EmigratorAgeSexPersons EmigratedAge SexRemarks
Alexander Fitzgeraldm38Polly Fitzgerald
Amanda Fitzgerald
Sarah A Fitzgerald
Susey
Lucy
Mary Barnett
Amanda Callahan
Saml Callahan
Josephine Callahan
32
5
1
18
19
45
29
4
1
f
f
f
f
f
f
f
m
f
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation Indn. Tery.  the Spring & Summer of 1837 -  furnished transportation and subsistence, & subsistence for 12 months after their arrival - claims remuneration under treaty of 1832.

Polly Fitzgerald, heir
Suckeyf48Tar ne che
Thle sar te che
Lose kar
Nit tar
Lim pi ke
Yar gee?
Mar te
25
22
17
10
15
6
3
f
f
f
f
m
m
m
Emigrated the Spring & Summer of 1837 - same as above

same heir
Sar po kef45To mis sar
Margaret
Sally
Foster
Lucy
Ned
Kizzie
Nancy
20
30
6
25
16
12
9
6
f
f
f
m
f
m
f
f
Emigrated the Spring & Summer of 1837 - same as above

Coweta Town

EmigratorAgeSexPersons EmigratedAge SexRemarks
Hars par e cheem40Ho yei che
No char ke
Lucy Larney
Chote kee
John (servant)
Lizzie (servant)
40
12
10
8
18
16
f
m
f
f
m
f
Emigrated from Alabama the Fall of 1836 - came to Mississippi River - had his horses stolen, recovered a part of them & reached Creek Nation the Spring of 1837 -  Furnished transportation & subsistence, & subsistence 12 months - Claims remuneration under Treaty of 1832 

Coweta Micco, heir
Chisse Yoholom60He ne hoochoie
Lo sey
30
24
m
f
Started with Hopoithle Yoholo's party in 1836 - was taken sick & left east of the Mississippi River - reached Creek Nation Indn. Tery. the Summer of 1837 - Claims remuneration for transportation & subsistence, & for subsistence for 12 months after their arrival - which was furnished by himself
Thlathlo Harjom56Sar te keh ke
Ful le ar
Haley
Parney
50
10
8
6
f
f
m
m
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation Indn. Tery. with Roley McIntosh's party, furnished his own transportation & subsistence & for 12 months after arrival. Claims remuneration under treaty of 1826.
Annie Barnettf50Dick Barnett
Sin chote ker Barnett  
18
10
m
f
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation Indn. Tery. with Ben Marshall - furnished her own transportation & subsistence - Claims remuneration for 12 months after arrival.

Ok tar har sar see Town

EmigratorAgeSexPersons EmigratedAge SexRemarks
Arpecoche Emarthlam50Pin ker le
Char we ho ye
Sar lo gee
Sar war he
45
20
16
10
f
m
f
f
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation Indn. Tery. the Summer of 1833 - furnished transportation & subsistence. Claims remuneration for both & for 12 months.

Sar ley?, heir
Ma Keef25See me
Ar see
22
14
m
m
Same as above.
Hotulke Emarthla, heir
Ar par kem25Tar le che23mSame as above.
Hotulke Emarthla, heir

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