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[M234, roll 228, frame 530]


A Roll of Creek Indians, who 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.

Names of Heads
of Families
MalesFemalesTotal
under
10
of 10
& -25
of 25
& -50
over
50
under
10
of 10
& -25
of 25
& -50
over
50
 
Mitchell Kenard 1      1
Goliath Herod 1      1
Edw'd Carr 1      1
Elijah Beaver 1      1
David P. Marshall 1      1
David Barnett 1      1
Daniel Barnett 1      1
John Smith 1      1
Robert 1      1
Isfo le ye 1      1
Is fo ni ye 1      1
In killa 1      1
Wm. P Duvall 1      1
Thos. Marshall 1      1
Sam'l C. Brown  1     1
John Winslett  1     1
Becky More?      1 1
         16 total 

I certify on honor that the above named Creek Indian emigrated from the State of Alabama to their country, West of the Mississippi river free of any cost to the United States, and are entitled to the usual allowance for the cost of removal & subsistence for twelve months.

James Logan
late U.S. Agent for the Creeks

Creek Agency
Jany. 25, 1851