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[M234, roll 290, frame 597]

Muster Roll of Thirty three Seminole Indian Slaves detained at New Orleans by Civil Authority from the 21st May to 29th June 1838 about to emigrate west under the charge of Asst. Conductor J. B. Benjamin, 28th June 1838.

 Names OwnersRemarks
1ToneyMicco PictocaSee muster roll
2Thomasdo"
3Billydo"
4Princedo"
5Charlesdo"
6Ismeltdo"
7Cyrusdo"
8Agado"
9Teenado"
10Margaretdo"
11PeggydoOne child born in jail at New Orleans
12BelladoDied 22 July while on land transportation 
13Sillado"
14Fannydo"
15Tarna/Tamado"
16Pussydo"
17Elizado"
18Nellydo"
19Marydo"
20Silveydo"
21Scipiodo"
22Mollydo"
23Dollydo"
24NobleHarriet"
25JacobHarriet"
26DaileyHarriet"
27FloraHarriet"
28AbbyHarriet"
29KattyNelly Factor"
30FannyNelly Factor"
31SillaEchu Yoholo"
32JubaHarriett"
33Lewis " said to be free

Recapitulation
33 Negroes
1 Born in jail
34 Total

I certify that the above Roll is correct and that they are the Negroes that were seized and detained, of the party that emigrated the 22nd day of May 1838.

Jno. G. Reynolds
1st Lieut. U.S.M.C.
& Disbg. Agt. Ind. Dept.

I certify that of the number of persons entered in the foregoing Roll, I received in their new country west on the 5th August 1838, 33 persons.

Jas. R. Stephenson
Capt. U. S. Army
Disbg. Agt. Ind. Dept.