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[M234, roll 291, frames 140-46]

Fort Jackson March 6th 1839

Muster Roll of a Company of Seminole Indians about to emigrate west of the Mississippi River, under the direction of Capt. P. Morrison, 4th Infantry, Superintendant of Seminole Emigration.

Names of Heads
of Families
Number and Ages of IndiansNumber of SlavesNumber of free NegroesTotalRemarks
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.
Co E Hadjo1111 5211   13 
Chee yo mar  1  1      2 
Holartoochee   1 11 21  6 
Cart char 12  11     5 
Tomy Hadjo121  11     6 
Sassy Boy 1 1 11     4 
Nos cuff Hadjo111  11     5 
Miscar13   1 1    6 
Jim 1   11     3 
Harriet Bowlegs     11 106  18 
Yar Holoochee 12   1     4 
Dick1 2 1 1     5 
Ufolla Tustanugge1  1 321    8 
Hac Parkee 1  212     6 
Echu w? Yoholo111 121     7 
Annah Ockee1 1   1     3 
Pawos E Emarthlar   112      4 
Jenny1   242     9 
Henry13  1  1    6 
Wax E Olacta111  111    6 
Pawos Caffar1 21 121    8 
Ne ar chapco chapco 22   2     6 
Conopy Emarthlar1111 11     6 
Otulga Tustanugga 3 1 1 1    6 
Olcatee Emarthlar 22   21    7 
Yar lar Kee  2  11     4 
Abraham        2 1 3 
Ton Codjo          1 1 
Toney Barney          1 1 
C. Tom?          1 1 
Ketty           11 
Polly           11 
Beckey           11 
Judith           11 
Margaret           11 
Grace           11 
Liddy           11 
Mary Ann           11 
Martinuz          1 1 
John Bull          1 1 
         210  12Belonging to Micanopy
          5  5Belonging to Polly
         1   1Belonging to Nocose Yoholo
         62  8Belonging to Micco Pictokee
 1325228830288242468205 

I certify that the above roll is true and correct


Muster Roll of a Party of Seminole Indians about to emigrate West of the Mississippi River, under the direction of Capt. P. Morrison 4th Infy, Superintendant Seminole Emigration.

Fort Jackson La, 6th March 1839

Names of Heads
of Families
Number and Ages of IndiansNumber of SlavesNumber of free NegroesTotalRemarks
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.
Co E Hadjo1111 5211   13 
Chee o mar  1  1      2 
Holatoochee   1 11 21  6 
Catchar 12  11     5 
Tomy Hadjo121  11     6 
Sassy Boy1  1 11     4 
Noscuff Hadjo111  11     5 
Miscar13   1 1    61 fell overboard 11th March 1200  miles from New Orleans 
Jim 1   11     3 
Harriet Bowlegs     11 106  18 
Yar Holoochee 12   1     4 
Dick1 2 1 1     5 
Ufolla Tustanugge1  1 321    8 
Hac Packee 1  212     6 
Echu w Hadjo111 121     7 
Annack Ockee1 1   1     3 
Powas E Emarthlar   112      4 
Jenny1   242     9 
Henry13  1  1    6 
Wax E Olacta111  111    6 
Paws Caffar1 21 121    8 
Ne ar chapco chapco 22   2     6 
Conopy Emarthlar1111 11     6 
Otulga Tustanugge 3 1 1 1    6 
Olcatee Emarthlar 22   21    7 
Yarlarkee  2  11     4 
Abraham        2 1 3 
Tom           1 1 
Codjo          1 1 
Toney Barney          1 1 
John Bull          1 1 
Martinuz          1 1 
Ketty           11 
Polly           11 
Beckey           11 
Judith           11 
Margaret           11 
Grace           11 
Lidy           11 
Mary Ann           11 
         62  8Belonging to Micco Pictokee
         210  12Belonging to Miccanopy
          5  5Belonging to Polly
         1   1Belonging to Nocose Yoholo
 1424228831288242468205 

I certify that the above Roll is true and correct

P Morrison
Capt. 4 Inf. Supt. & Disb.
Agent Sem. Emigration

I certify that the number of persons entered upon the foregoing Roll, I received in their new country West on the 13th April 1839.  Two hundred and four souls.

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

[On board the Steamboat "Buckeye"]