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[M234, roll 290, frame 619]

Muster Roll of a Company of Seminole Indians about to Emigrate West of the Mississippi River under the direction of William Neilson, Asst Conductor.

Names of Heads
of Families
Number and Ages of IndiansNo. of SlavesTotalRemarks
MalesFemales
under
10
of 10 &
under 25
of 25 &
under 50
over
50
under
10
of 10 &
under 25
of 25 &
under 50
over
50
MalesFemales
Co ho Lata3 211 41  12 
E matha hajo522 556   25 
Tus cuna1 3 3 21  10 
Tus a ci hajo  1 11    3 
A ha La Co cho31  212   9 
Chust ton at maco1 1 411   8 
A La Ca mata112 222   11 
Swikey   1311   6 
Chuk a Luc hasse  4  11   6 
Hop pis ha jo122 3111  11One death 18th June 1270 miles from New Orleans
O Lat a Mathla 32 2511  14 
Sam *        1 1 
Davey *        1 1 
 151019226182142 117 

Remark. Hop pis harjo's daughter died of Inflamation of the brain on the night of the 18th, age about 10.

Fort Gibson, June 19, 1838

I certify that I have examined the above roll.

J? B. Benjamin
Asst --- Condtr.

J? Clarke
Ac-- Emigrating Agent

I certify, that I received on their new country west on the 19th June 1838, 116 persons of the above roll.

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