[M234, roll 291, frame 98]
Muster Roll of six straggling Creek Indians sent to New Orleans for emigration to Fort Gibson Arkansas.
|Names||Feet||Inches||Eyes||When arrived||When sent||Off||Remarks|
|Thomas||five||8||Black||16th June 1839||18th July 1839||Fort Gibson||About forty five years of age|
|Charles||four||4||Black||16th June 1839||18th July 1839||Fort Gibson||Boy, son of Thomas|
|William||four||6||Black||16th June 1839||18th July 1839||Fort Gibson||Boy, nephew of Thomas|
|Sally||five||2||Black||16th June 1839||18th July 1839||Fort Gibson||Woman of forty, wife to Thomas|
|Eliza||four||7||Black||16th June 1839||18th July 1839||Fort Gibson||Girl of 14?, daughter of Thomas and Sally, rather pretty|
|Thomas||four||3||Black||16th June 1839||18th July 1839||Fort Gibson||Boy, son of Thomas and Sally|
The above is the best description I can give of the Indians no description having been sent with them. They were sent to Fort Gibson under the charge of Sergt. Hes- 4th Regiment of Infantry 18th July 1839.
Maj & Actg Em. Agent
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