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[M574, roll 56, frame 369]

Roll of Claims against the Great and Little Osage Indians presented to and acted upon by Commissioner to investigate them, in pursuance of instructions and the Treaty made with these Indians of the 11th January 1839.

The original claims are part of "Special File 192" and can be found on microfilm M574, roll 56.

Indian Territory Claims: 1 ... 2 ... 3 ... 4 ... 5
Missouri Claims

NoClaimantsResidenceTime of DepredationKind of property injured or destroyedAmount or
Value Claimed
Amount
Admitted
Amount
Rejected
 
1Estate Nathl B. DodgeBates County, Missouri1830 & 1834Horse & burning fence by firing praire 125.0085.0040.00 
2Soloman Hoyldo1830 & 1832Mare, rifle gun & steer110.0075.0035.00 
3Moses Summersdo1826, 28, 35 & 18364 horses and 11 hogs395.004.00391.00 
4Nathl B. Dodge (Rev'd)do1831, 32, 35 & 37Horse, corn, hogs, burning fence & c714.0097.50616.50 
5John (a mulatto)do183315 head of hogs90.00 90.00disallow
6Leonard Dodgedo1834 & 1837Injury by firing praire & 3 cows214.0054.00160.00 
7Allen Summersdo1826 & 1830One mare and 6 head of cattle159.0054.00105.00 
8William Modreldo1829, 30 & 32Hogs, & damage done to wagon82.0027.0055.00 
9William Barnesdo1837 & 18386 head of cattle101.0065.0036.00 
10John Jamesondo1832, 33, 34 & 35150 head of hogs at $3 each450.006.00444.00 
11John Cora?do183624 hogs & 3 blankets135.00135.00  
12George Requd?do1837 & 18386 head of cattle100.0025.0075.00 
13Jonathan Pryordo18369 head of hogs54.00 54.00disallow
14William Pryordo1836 & 1837Damage & expense, & 20 hogs135.00 135.00disallow
15Daniel Smithdo18371 cow & 1 ox45.0045.00  
16Eliza Fullerdo1829, 30, 31, 32 & 18331 horse, 50 hogs & damage by fire325.0075.00250.00 
17Alexander Wardroff--do1835 & 18378 head of cattle & various expenses155.5072.00---.50 
18Abraham Redfielddo1837 & 1838corn, hogs, cattle & c502.00320.00182.00 
19Joseph Swissdo1831, 33, 34, 37 & 3829 head of hogs & 10 head of cattle319.00319.00  
20Gabriel Berubedo1833, 34, 36 & 3739 head of hogs & one cow334.00334.00  
21Joseph AutayaOsage Trading House18363 mares & 2 colts270.00270.00270.00allow
22Francis PetreBates County, Missouri18377 cows & calves, & 1 mare & colt200.00150.0050.00 
23Louis Brusierdo183059 head of hogs at $5 each295.0050.00245.00 
24Estate Pierro Petredo18371 mare & 1 horse100.0040.0060.00 
25Eti-nne Bruntdo1828, 1831 & 18321 cow, 25 large hogs220.00132.0088.00 
26George Douglassdo1834, 35, 36, 37 & 3856 head of cattle, 60 hogs & 1 mare1557.001557.00 suspend -----
27Edward L Choteaudo18371 sorrel stud horse, & 1 bay horse350.00350.00  
28Edward L Choteaudo18391 bay horse75.00 75.00disallow
29Paul L Choteaudo, or St. LouisFrom 1826 to 1834Cattle, hogs & house furniture670.00670.00  
30P. M. PapierOsage Trading House1827One dapple gray horse100.00 100.00disallow
31Henry ClemmonsNewton County, Missouri1830, 36, 37 & 183826 hogs & one iron? gray horse374.0030.00344.00 
32William Browndo1834 to 18381 mare, bell, & collar, & damages626.00101.50525.00 
33David Lemasterdo183880 bushels of corn at $1 per bushel80.00 80.00disallow
34Estate Wyatt AdkinsVan Buren Co., Mo.1837Various article charged in act. 240.50105.00135.50 
35S. Newell DodgeBates County, Missouri183720 hogs100.0025.0075.00 
36Nancy McDaniel widow & c.Shawnee Nation18341 mare50.0050.00  
37Bob, a Shawneedo183713 head of hogs130.0040.0090.00 
38Lewis DuvallBarry Co., Missouri1833 & 1837Corn, hogs & bee gums361.00112.50248.50 
     $10,343.50$ 5205.50$ 5138.00 

Thos - -----
Commissioner

St Louis 10 Oct. 1839