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[M234, roll 291, frames 223-225, hard to read]

Muster Roll of a Company Seminole who have emigrated West of the Mississippi River, under the direction of Byrd and arrived upon their Lands West on the 10th day of January 1839.

Names of Heads
of Families
Number and Ages of IndiansNumber
of Slaves
Total
Number
Remarks
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
M.F.
John Walker 11 1 2   5  
Yato Hajo1 1 2 1   5 Joined from the Creek Nation in 1835
Captain Billy3 1  11   6  
Spanish John1 1 3 1   5  
H. - Ella1 1 1 1   4  
Jenkins6 1  2 1  10  
Ok kos ka Mathla4 1   1   6  
Jnny Copcoe?1 1   1   3 Joined from the Creek Nation in 1835
Toby  1 1 1   3 Joined from the Creek Nation in 1835
Old Sampson1  1 1    3  
Charley Walker2 1 1 1   5  
Toeney1 1 2 1   5  
Little Jim  1       1  
Johnson1 1 2 1   5 Wife died 12th Novenber 1838
Tom Forb1 1  1    3  
Col Toney  1   1   2 Joined from the Creek Nation in 1835
Summer  1 1 1   3  
Black Davey  1   1   2  
Et co tee121 121   8 Joined from the Creek Nation in 1835
Nock a sa hola1 1   1   3 Wife from the Creek Nation in 1835
Ha sa hola  1   1   2 Joined from the Creek Nation in 1835
Barney2 1 1 1   5  
Wilson  1 1 1   3  
Big Samson  1       1  
Taylor  1       1  
An- la kee 1        1  
Alac hadjo chopco1 1 1 1   4  
Madison 1        1  
Jim Walker 1        1  
Samse Chopco  1       1  
Cho Ho la kee  1       1  
Hoi e chee  1       1 Died at New Orleans 2nd Nov 1838
Esto cha ach lee  1   1   2  


 Names of Heads
of Families
Number and Ages of IndiansNumber
of Slaves
Total
Number
Remarks
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
M.F.
Che bon lustee 1        1  
Wach Race 1        1  
Ma ha hee 1        1  
Samp ha 1        1 Joined from the Creek Nation in 1835
Cho ta  1       1  
To sa na   1       1  
David Lopcoe1 1  111  5  
Che ba nee 1        1 Joined from the Creek Nation in 1835
Es ta la tee/lee 1        1 Joined from the Creek Nation in 1835
Lucy    1 1   2 Joined from the Creek Nation in 1835
Con charta micco1 1  1    3 Chief Econ charta Micco Town (boy died 1st Nov 1838)
Joe Riley111 112   7 Chief Econ charta Micco Town
Billy Lumpkey 11     1 3 Chief Econ charta Micco Town
Waxa hadjo111  11   5 Boy died 11th November 1838
Fosa a Mathla?2 1 1 1   5  
Oso char jo111   1   4  
Tal mar ce  1   1   2  
Wax i ga 1   111  4 Wife died 26th October 1838
Occe harjo  1 11    3  
Co nee poi Mathla  2  1    3  
Occe mulga Mathla  1   1   2  
Davey chopco  1   1   2 Joined from Creek Nation
George Perryman  1   1   2  
Hawkins  1 11    3  
Tus ka na chula1 1  11   4  
Nil is ca chic 11 1     3  
Lee chee1 1 1 1   4 Girl died 11th November 1838
Tul Sa fixico 11 2 1   5  
Chas ta hoc  1   1   2  
Chal horce 1        1  
Ne a fixico1 1  11   4  
Co cha harjo1 1 2 2   6 


 Names of Heads
of Families
Number and Ages of IndiansNumber
of Slaves
Total
Number
Remarks
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
M.F.
Cee hon      1   1  
--- chasta harjo  1       1  
Little Jim 11 2     4 Belonging to Walker Town (Died on the 17th November 1838)
-- ka sa hola  1       1  
Big Mary  1   1   2  
Little Sally      1   1  
Big Sally      1   1  
Munday1 1 1 1   4  
Isaac yellow hair  1       1  
Sandy  1   1   2  
Che hoe      1   1  
Betsey Aye?1   113   6  
Old Mary      11  2  
Wanderer       1  1  
Silver Smith  1       1  
Billy1 1 111   3 (sic)  
Wiley  1       1  
Sally Beeson1   111   3 (sic)  
Chocta a Mathla's wife      11  2  
Sam 1        1  
Sally the mother of Betsey      11  1  
Sledge  1 121   5  
John Meeley  1 2 1  15  
Neck a lee1 1 1 1   4  
Wax a harjo (or old Jim)2 1   1   4  
U la sa  1   1   2  
Sam mee  1   1   2  
John Frank2 1  11   5  
Ta la poo sa  1       1  
Sti ma la chee  1       1  
Sam  1   1   2  
Sargent  1   1   2  
           280  

I certify that of the numbers of persons entered in the foregoing ---- I received in their New Country West on the 10th day of January 1839 Two hundred and Seventy two persons. [280 minus 8 deaths]

Jas. R. Stephenson
Capt. -th Inf
Disbg. Agt. Ind. Dept.