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[M234, roll 290, frames 577, 594]

Muster Roll of a party of Seminole Indian Prisoners emigrating west under the charge of S. S. Simmons assistant conductor, New Orleans July 9th 1838. [arrived August 5th]

[This roll is the same as a muster roll of "Creeks" and Negroes that arrived August 5, 1838]

Indians belonging to no family will be designated by a star *
Names of heads
of families 
Number of IndiansTotalRemarks
MalesFemales
under
10
of 10 and
under 25
of 25 and
under 50
over
50
under
10
of 10 and
under 25
of 25 and
under 50
over
50
Hotulga Tustenugge  1 1 1 3Joined 2d July 1838 from Tampa Bay
To co se Hadjo 21 1 1 5ditto
Albatar Fixico  1 1 1 5ditto
Cho was ti Tustenugge 1 1  1  3ditto
Joe Fixico*  1     1ditto
Fos see Yoholo*  1     1ditto
No cus Hadjo*  1     1ditto
Holotto Chopco 11    1 3ditto
Car lo na* 1      1ditto
Son an niche    1 2 3ditto
So fi aggie    2 1 3ditto
Fus hose Yoholo*  1     1ditto
So notch che 2   1 1 4ditto
 458 718 33 

I certify that the above Muster Roll is correct.

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


Muster Roll of a party of Seminole Indian Prisoners about to emigrate West under the charge of Lieut J. G. Reynolds U. S. M. C. & Disbg. Agt. Ind. Dept. 11th July 1838.

Indians belonging to no family will be designated by a star *
Names of heads
of families 
Number of IndiansSlavesTotalRemarks
MalesFemales
under
10
of 10 and
under 25
of 25 and
under 50
over
50
under
10
of 10 and
under 25
of 25 and
under 50
over
50
MF
Hotulga Tustenugge  1 1 1   3Arrived from Tampa Bay 2d July 1838
To co se Hadjo 21 1 1   5ditto
Albatar Fixico  1 1 1   5ditto
Cho was ti Tustenugge 1 1  1    3ditto
Joe Fixico*  1       1ditto
Fock see Yoholo*  1       1ditto
No cus Hadjo*  1       1ditto
Holotto Chopco 11    1   3ditto
Cu fo Lega* 1        1ditto
Car so na* 1        1ditto
Son an niche    1 2   3ditto
So fi aggie    2 1   3ditto
Fus hose Yoholo*  1       1ditto
So notch che 2   1 1   4ditto
Alligator  1  11   3Joined from Tampa Bay 9th July 1838
Cho cotte Tustenugge  1   1   2ditto
Son Ete Emarthlar  1  1    2ditto
Capitcher Fixico 2 1  1    4ditto
Nar bache Hadjo 1 1 222   8ditto
To co so Fixico*  1       1ditto
Sto as Hatch is    1 1   2ditto  One death 19th July, 875 miles from N. O.
Sal ar cho che 1    11   3ditto
Cle ar che 1    11   3ditto
Sar hor E 1     1   2ditto
Stim ho ikee    2 1   3ditto
Wann        1 1ditto  Micanopy's Slave
 10514 12817 1  67 

I certfiy that the above Roll is correct

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

I certify that of the number of persons embraced in the foregoing roll, I received in their new country west on the 5th August 1838, sixty six persons.

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


[M234, roll 924, frame 662]



Muster Roll of a party of Seminole Indians who have emigrated to the West of the Mississippi River and arrived upon their lands West on the 5th August 1838, conducted by Lieut. J. G. Reynolds U. S. M. C.

Names of Heads
of Families 
No. and Ages IndiansSlavesTotalRemarks
MalesFemales
under
10
of 10 and
under 25
of 25 and
under 50
over
50
under
10
of 10 and
under 25
of 25 and
under 50
over
50
MF
Hotulga tustennuggee  1 1 1   3 
To co se harjo 21 1 1   5 
Albatta fixico  1 1 1   5 
Chowasti tustennuggee 1 1  1    3 
Joe fixico  1       1 
Fosssee yoholo  1       1 
No cus hadjo  1       1 
Holotto chopco 11    1   3 
Cu fo lega  1       1 
Ca lo na  1       1 
Son an niche    1 2   3 
So fi aggie    2 1   3 
Fus hose yohola  1       1 
So noch che 2   1 1   4 
Alligator  1 11    3 
Cho cotte tustennuggee  1   1   2 
Son ete emarthlar  1  1    2 
Capiche fixico 2 1  1    4 
Nar cache harjo 1 1 222   8 
To co so fixico  1       1 
Sto as hach is    1 1   21 death 19th July 1838, 875 miles from New Orleans.
Sal ar cho che 1    11   3 
Cle ar che 1    11   3 
Sar hor e 1     1   2 
Stim ho ikee    2 1   3 
         1 1 
 10316 13816 1  67 

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, sixty six persons.

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