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[M234, roll 290, frames 164-168]

Registry of Negro Prisoners captured by the Troops commanded by Major General Thomas S. Jesup in 1836 and 1837; and owned by Indians, or who claim to be free.

NoNames SexTribe, town, or ownerEstimated age Remarks
Yrs Months
1JacobmaleToon a hika25 Wounded in right knee
2RinafemaleMicapotoka18 Wife and children to Jacob.  Clauda? died May 27 1837. 
3Venice""2 
4Clauda"" 2
5Jane""40 Mother to Rina and Polly
6Molly""23 Mother and son
7Billymale"12 
8Chloefemale"19 Sister to Jacob.  Mother and children.
9Sirah""2 
10Dennismale"1 
11Pompey""70 Husband and wife.
12Dollyfemale"50 
13Silla""20 Mother and children
14Tommale"11 
15Billafemale"9 
16Hagar""30  
17Nedmale"3  
18Fannyfemale"27 Mother and children
19Charlesmale"6 
20Margaretfemale"4 
21Sylvia""- 
22Bunomale"19  
23Peggyfemale"45 Daughter to Pompey and Dolly. Mother to Hagar.
24Bobmale"30  
25Margaretfemale"21  
26CyrusmaleMicapotoka13  
27RosefemaleHarriett Bowlegs70 Grandmother to Jacob and Chloe, sold by Mr. Forrester of 6 mile Creek to Bowlegs several years since.  Juba cousin to Jacob.
28Juba""20 
29Nedmale"19  
30Noble""23  
31PhebefemaleNaascholy Katte33 Jacob's  uncle's wife mother and children
32Toneymale"11 
33Argus""7 
34NellyfemaleMicapotoka20 Mother and children
35Scipiomale"3 
36Sandy""1 
37Elseyfemale"25 Mother and child
38Katy""3 
39DickmaleJohn Hicks55 Said to be the property of Colonel Humphrey
40TenafemaleMicconopy50 Mother and children


raised with the Indians
41Susa""14 
42Nancy""9 
43Linda""8 
44Mary""24 Daughter to Tena and mother to --- children
45Pussy""10 
46Ishmaelmale"6 
47Cyrus""5 
48Tama-?female"3 
49Scipiomale"1 
50Pattyfemale"33 Mother and children.  Daughter to Tena.
51Lucy""7 
52Pompeymale"4 
53Matildafemale"3 
54Katy""25  
55Eliza""20  
56Benmale"40 Father, mother and children, never had a white master.  One of the most important and influential characters among the Indian Negroes.
57Janefemale"35 
58Flora""13 
59Patty""12 
60Charlesmale"11 
61Pollyfemale"9 
62Joemale"7 
63Bettyfemale"4 
64Elsey""3 
65Robertmale" ½
66Betseyfemale"45 
67Washingtonmale"11  
68Rachelfemale"25  
69Katty""   
70Fanny""   
71Josephmale"   
72Ino?""45 Husband, wife and children.  The commander of the Negro force on the Outhlecoochee.  The chief councellor among the Negroes, and the most important character.
73Elizafemale"35 
74Tobymale"20 
75Catherinefemale"12 
76Nancy""1 Rachel's child
77Katy"Jumper25 Mother and child, cousin to Murray, a defect in Katy's right eye, said to be the property of Col Humphreys.  
78Fanny""2 
79Susan"Micconopy30  
80BenmaleHolakloochee22 Most intrepid and hostile warriors.
81Jacob""24 
82Mundy"Micopotoka20 
83Murray""35 Owned by Col Crowell, and claimed by Nelly Factor, the best guide in the nation
84Prince""24 Hostile.  Either qualified to take the lead in an insurrection.
85Toney""25 
86Toby""32 
87Peter""15  
88Pompey""60  
89Jacob 2d"Sauath ith ka20  
90Daley""22  
91Mundy"Micopotoka1 6Died 11 of May 1837.
92George""1 Died 23 of May 1837.
93Phillip""4 Died 17 of May 1837.
94Morris""1 Died 31 of May 1837.
95LydiafemaleNusalocco80 Died 11 of May 1837.
96AbrammaleClaims to be free50 The principal negro chief.  Supposed to be friendly to the whites.
97Toney Barnett""36 Said to be a good Indian soldier and an intrepid leader.  He is the most cunning and intelligent Negro we have here.  He is married to the widow of the former chief of the nation.
98Polly Barnettfemale"36  
99Becky""2  
100Grace""6  
101Lydia""5  
102Mary Ann""3  
103Martinusmale"1  

Note. In addition to the above ninety three Negroes, the property of citizens, were taken and ----- by the troops.

Th. S. Jesup
Major Genl Comdg