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Special file 285 [M574, roll 77, frames 120-143]


Stidham Roll of Creek Self-Emigrants, 1886
Part 2

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This 1886 roll is based on an earlier 1870-71 Creek Self-Emigrant roll. The ages listed on both rolls are presumably the ages as of 1870-71 but could also be the age at the time of emigration. The earlier roll with many eliminations and corrections was finalized by G.W. Stidham in 1886 and used as the basis for payments to the Creek "self-emigrants".   For more information see Senate Ex. Doc. No. 198


" Names of Creek Indians reported to the office by G.W. Stidham, special delegate, who emigrated, themselves and others, from the old Creek Nation, in Alabama, to the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, west of Arkansas, at their own charge and expense, and who subsisted themselves 12 months after their arrival."

Tolsee Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Tus ton nop chup com60Eu pock lotte kae
Nar Komey
Tar co sar harjo
Tina
Che par ney
Tos sin ni chee
Philip
f
m
m
f
m
m
m
54
30
28
24
16
14
18
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1838. Claims for transportation only.

(For proof see deposition of Parhose Harjo or Phillip, Exhibit H.)

Tuck a batche Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Osoche He thle bo yem50Mar wo be
Ar to te
Ar ho yei? che
Tommy Harjo
Cap pe tan ne
f
m
f
m
m
40
15
8
15
20
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1835. Claims remuneration for transportation only.
Micco Yar hollerm65Cussup hoh ye
Potty
Ioka
f
f
f
50
35
40
Emigrated from Alabama to Texas in 1838, and from Texas to the Creek Nation in 1840. Claims full remuneration for transportation and subsistence for 12 months.
Is tar Ko na hem40Echo e marthlerm30Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, in 1840. Claims remuneration for transportation and subsistence for 12 months.

Tal war thloc co Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Tommy Harjom58Elizaf4Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1839. Claims for transportation only.

Fish Pond Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Hillis Harjom21


Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1840. Claims remuneration for transportation and subsistence for 12 months.

(For proof see deposition of Ho tul ke mah thla, Exhibit I.)
Ar pek ko che marthlarm60Sa wa he che
Sol lot hoh ke
Chon e hoh ye
Pin ka lee
Ars ho ye
Te wa lee
Ar pa kee
E meh kee
Sim ma hah kee
m
m
m
m
m
f
f
f
f
22
22
20
10
16
20
20
16
50
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1834 & 1835. Claims remuneration for transportation and subsistence for 12 months.

(For proof see deposition of Ho tul Ke mah thla, Exhibit I.)

Ar pe kar Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
To thlar tar kif51Sim ho mar har kef19Emigrated from Alabama to the Cherokee Nation in 1840 and from there to the Creek Nation in 1848. Claims remuneration for transportation and subsistence for 12 months.
Thlom me? hum ke marthlam45Lucy
Sop pe hoh ye
Tol mo chus harjo
John Lasley
f
f
m
m
40
30
30
15
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1839. Claims transportation only.

(For proof see depostion of John Tasley, Exhibit J.)

Ar tus see Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Sa fope kam20


Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1841. Claims full remuneration for transportation and subsistence for 12 months.

(For proof see deposition of Ho pe che, Exhibit K.)
Fok lote kam20Mo thli che
Betsey
Charkey
f
f
m
18
15
13
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1840. Claims same as above.

(For proof see deposition of Ho pe che, Exhibit K.)
Ar tah thlef30To keef27Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1854. Claims same as above.

(For proof see deposition of Ho pe che, Exhibit K.)
Hol th ka seef40Sal o we
Sa cha kee
f
f
13
11
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1843. Claims same as above.

(For proof see deposition of Ho pe che, Exhibit K.)

Lower Eufaula Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Henry Burgessm23


Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1838. Claims for transportation only.
Ok fuske miccom45Yolth ka
Te mo chee
Lucy
Che pon chlo co
f
m
f
m
40
30
26
10
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1846. Claims remuneration for transportation and subsistence for 12 months.

(For proof see deposition of Iney, Exhibit L.)
Yar te kam30Oak Lo cey
In ka kee
Iney
John
f
f
f
m
28
23
10
8
Same as above.

(For proof see deposition of Iney, Exhibit L.)

Hit chi te Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Thomas Morrism18





Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1852. Claims for transportation and subsistence for 12 months.

(For proof see deposition of G.W. Stidham, Exhibit AA.)
Mary Ann Jonesf40Thomas F. Rogersm
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1837. Claims as above.

(For proof see deposition of G.W. Stidham, Exhibit AA.)
John Shepherdm30


Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1852. Claims same as above.

(For proof see deposition of G.W. Stidham, Exhibit AA.)
Toh far lich chef20


Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1847. Claims same as above.
Cup pitcher fixicom65Ho lo
Yar wil ho ye
f
f
60
33
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1840. Claims same as above.
Fol lin ho yef50Billy
Jackson
Sut che me ke
Lucy
Ful lich ho ye
m
m
f
f
f
32
6
39
3
30
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1847. Claims same as above.

(For proof see deposition of Jackson Lewis, Exhibit M.)
So fop ha keem40Ton ne cha
Sa wa chick ey
m
m
42
39
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1841. Claims same as above.

Oke te yark ney Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Ar che michim30


Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1833. Claims same as above.

(For proof see deposition of G.W. Stidham, Exhibit AA.)

Hickory Ground Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Emarhla Harjom50Hon ni che
Tim par he che
Ho wi che
Mon tal le
Hoke te
Tow we ler ke
Pol ey
m
m
m
m
f
f
f
18
22
10
15
23
40
14
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in spring of 1837(1839?). Claims for transportation only.

(For proof see deposition of Chowee Colbert, Exhibit N.)
Samuel Fisherm53Vicey Fisher
Minety Fisher
William Fisher
Jane Fisher
Ann Fisher
George Fisher
Rebecca Fisher
Richard Fisher
Lucy Fisher
Washington
Darcus
f
f
m
f
f
m
f
m
f
m
f
45
29
17
18
21
19
15
13
55
28
27
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1847. Claims remuneration for transportation and subsistence for 12 months.

(For proof see deposition of G.W. Fisher, Exhibit O.)
Angeline McCombsf50Cornelia McCombsf45Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1877. Claims transportation and subsistence for 12 months.

(For proof see deposition of Ward Coachman, Exhibit P.)
Eliza Ancilf27Stephen Ancil
William Ancil
Malissa Ancil
Sarah Ancil
m
m
f
f
33
7
5
3
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1849. Claims as above.

(For proof see deposition of G.W. Fisher, Exhibit O.)
Benjamin Knoxm10William Harvison
Thomas C. Harvison
Silla (servant)
m
m
f
8
6
14
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1846. The parents of these children died while on the journey through. Claim transportation and subsistence for 12 months.

(For proof see deposition of Thomas C. Harvison, Exhibit Q.)

Co was sar da Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Chook McNacf50John NcNac
Polly McNac
Jane McNac
m
f
f
16
18
14
Emigrated to the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, in 1847. Claims remuneration for transportation and subsistence for 12 months after arrival.

(For proof see deposition of G.W. Fisher, Exhibit O.)

Kia li che Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Tim mon mar fichef34


Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1843. Claims transportation and subsistence for 12 months after arrival.

(For proof see deposition of Thla Thlo Yohola, Exhibit R.)
Jon neym40Par tee
Wat tie
You par tee
Ar to thli Ke
f
m
f
f
30
10
22
30
Started with emigration in 1836; were left on Mississippi River; stayed there two years; arrived in the Creek Nation in 1838. Claims transportation from the Mississippi River and subsistence for 12 months

(For proof see deposition of Thla Thlo Yohola, Exhibit R.)
Cosista Harjom60Sampsonm18(For proof see deposition of Thla Thlo Yohola, Exhibit R.)

Hutch chupper Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Chular Fixicom50Se yar fan narke
Sal lar Ho Ke
Poh he
f
f
f
45
42
35
Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1829. Claims transportation only.

(For proof see deposition of Thla Thlo Yohola, Exhibit R.)

Tars ke kee Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Dick McNacm45Adam
Jeffrey
Hardey
Creacy
George
Toney Spaniard
m
m
m
f
m
m
40
18
16
14
12
30
Emigrated form Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1838. Claims transportation and subsistence for 12 months.

(For proof see deposition of Silas Jefferson, Exhibit S.)

Che ya haw Town

Names of person who
emigrated themselves
sexAgeNames of members
of family
SexAgeRemarks
Powhatton Sims?m20


Emigrated from Alabama to the Creek Nation in 1855. Claims transportation and subsistence for 12 months after arriving.


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The following named persons were omitted from the corrected roll reported by G.W. Stidham, Special delegate, but, as shown by proof; emigrated, themselves and others, from the old Creek Nation in Alabama to the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, at their own charge and expense and subsisted themselves 12 months after their arrival:

Ar par tat Harjo, with family, as follows: Che wo ner (f), Peter Gibson (m), Walker (-), Jimmy (m), Lucinda (f), Hoke to che (f), John Gibson (m). This family only claims transportation. (For proof see deposition of Jane O'Chee, Exhibit B.)

Chullo (f), 30 years, and family, as follows: Ok lar nee (f), 8 years old, Top pot te tar kee (m), 6 years old. This family only claims transportation. (For proof see deposition of Jane O'Chee, Exhibit B.)

Walker and Miser, man and wife. (For proof see deposition of Iney, Exhibit L.)

Suf fol la kee (f), wife of Cosista Harjo. (For proof see deposition of Thla Thlo Yohola, Exhibit R.)

Sar par we (m), and family as follows: It chas war che(m), Se yar par ho ye (f), and Tar ho si che (m). (For proof see deposition of Thla Thlo Yohola, Exhibit R.)

A. J. Doyle emigrated in 1836 at his own expense. (For proof see deposition of G. W. Stidham, Exhibit AA.)

Pricilla Crabtree (f), 71 years old, emigrated in 1874 or 1875; claims transportation and subsistence for 12 months. (For proof see deposition of Pricilla Crabtree, Exhibit X.)

Samuel C. Brown and Goliad Herrod, emigrated from Alabama to Kentucky for education, and thence to the Indian Territory, reaching there in 1834. They claim transportation aud subsistence for 12 months. (For proof see deposition of John McIntosh, Exhibit Z).


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