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[M234, roll 229, frame 477]


A Roll of Creek Indians emigrated from the State of Alabama to their country west of the Mississippi river, free of any cost to the United States, and who are entitled to the usual allowance for expenses  for their removal & subsistence for one year.

NamesMalesFemalesTotal Remarks
under
10
of 10
& -25
of 25
& -50
over
50
under
10
of 10
& -25
of 25
& -50
over
50
   
Peggy Moore      1 1 Immigrated in 1846
Buch  1     1 Immigrated in 1846
James  1     1 Immigrated in 1846
Simon 1      1 Immigrated in 1846
Jackson  1     1 Immigrated in 1846
            
Sach e miga   1    1 Immigrated in 1849
Sally       11 Immigrated in 1849
Nancy      1 1 Immigrated in 1849
Jackey 1      1 Immigrated in 1849
James 1      1 Immigrated in 1849
            
Oak tun sus? Harjo  1     1 Immigrated in 1840
            
George Gooden  1     1 Immigrated in 1843
         Total 12  

I certify that, from information furnished me by certain Creek chiefs, the above list of self immigrant Creeks is correct; and that they reported themselves to me on the 10th day of January 1856, at the Creek Agency.

W. H. Garrett
U.S. Agent Creeks