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[M234, roll 291, frame 379, see also 165-166]



Muster Roll of Florida Indians Emigrated West of the Mississippi under the direction of Captain W. Seawell U. S. A. in the month of October 1841.

Names of Heads
of Families
Number and Ages of IndiansNo. of SlavesTotal
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
MalesFemales
Coacooche ["Wildcat"] 11 111   5
Tacoche Emathlichee 131  1   6
Neha Thock Emathla  1  11   3
Opis Hadjo1 1  11   4
Ock lath Hadjo231131   12
Mico Hadjo  1 111   4
Ah halac Hadgoche212   2 1 8
Waxe Holatta1 1   1   3
Chocote311 112   9
Cho Emathla 111  1   4
Yucko Hadjo  1   1   2
Sam      1 1 2
Ac Ti Ache421  11   9
Billy Brant1111      4
Hotul King  1   1   2
Hache Chopko Hadjo1 4  22   9
Ine Ha Chopko 21  2    5
Cotsa Chopko1 1  1    3
Shaney Hadjo11  11    4
Ema thlochee1 1  1 1  4
Billy (col man)     22 318
Tonney  1       1
Faso Hadjo  1       1
Billy Jack1 13 1    6
Comp E Ya hola  1  11   3
Itsa Hadjo  1   1   2
Chonic Hadjo2 3 2121  11
Comp Emathla2 2 221   9
Hopspitarkey31513411  19
Clath lo Hadjo  1  1    2
Abic-e Hadjo1111  11  6
Hotulke Emathlochee1 1 1121  7
Tocose Hadjo (Boy) 1  1  1  3
Cose Ya Hola2 2 3252  16
Charles        213
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US Barracks near
New Orleans, La.
Oct. 19, 1841

I certify that the foregoing muster roll of Indians is correct.

L. G. Capers
D. A. I. A.