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[Senate Ex. Doc. 55, 30th Congress, 1st Session, 1848 (part 2)]


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Heirs of Creek Officers and Soldiers who died in the [2nd] Seminole War, 1836-37.

" Muster-Roll of deceased officers and soldiers of the Mounted Regiment of Creek Indian Volunteers, commanded by Colonel B.K. Pierce, ordered into service of the United States by the President of the United Sates, from the first day of September, 1836, and continued in sevice to the eighteenth day of September, 1837, by order of Major General T. S. Jesup, Commanding Army of the South. "

[Not all columns from the original record are reproduced here. Columns left out in this transcription are columns regarding when and where enrolled, stoppages against the volunteer, and a reference to location on original muster roll. This has not been compared against an original manuscript.]

Field and Staff

No.NameCo.RankTribal TownRemarksRelatives
1John F. Lane
ColonelCapt 2nd DragoonsDied at Fort Drane, Florida, Oct. 19, 1836
2David B. Moniac
MajorThlob-thloccoKilled at Battle of Wahoo Swamp, Nov. 21, 1836

First Battalion

No.NameCo.RankTribal TownRemarksRelatives
3Archole HarjoAPrivateThlob-thloccoDied at Volusia, Florida, Nov. 26, 1836Wife, Mill-lah-ho-way, known by Echo Fixico, 1st Sgt. co. A, Creek Vol's.
4Emathla CheeASergeantThlob-thloccoDied at Tampa Bay, Dec. 9, 1836Wife dead; 3 children; oldest Yo-bose-kah; married to Spoak-oak Yohola, Pvt. co. B, Creek Vol's; No. 30 on M. rolls of co., from Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, 1836.
5Tar-wa-isseAPrivateThlob-thloccoDied at Ft. Brooke, Florida, July 23, 1837.Nearest relations 3 brothers: oldest Cah-bit-cher Emarthla.
6Ah-locke YoholaBSergeantThlob-thloccoDied at Volusia, Dec. 9, 1836Two children, Sam and a daughter, Os-tom-mi-kee; both in charge of an Indian named Cotehah Yahola.
7Micco EmarthlaBPrivateThlob-thloccoDied at Tampa Bay, Dec. 9, 1836.Wife, Mo-hah-thlee; 2 children - one Kar-har Larte, a private, No. 21 on last rolls of Co. B, Creek Vol's.
8Che-was-ti-harjoBPrivateThlob-thloccoDied at Pass Christian, MS., July 30, 1837Wife Stim-mo-hi-le-ga; no children.
9Tommy HarjoBPrivateEucheeDied at Pass Christian, MS., July 10, 1837Wife, Cheek-lock-o-fair: 4 children -- one Che-par-nee, a private, No. 41 on last rolls Co. B, Creek Vol's.
10Spoak-oak YoholaCPrivateThlob-thloccoDied at Fort Drane, Oct. 23, 1836Wife, Lucy; 2 children by a former wife, Sooky; children's names, Mary and Sophy; known by Tal-a-mas Hadjo, captain Co. C, Creek Vol's.
11Efar YoholaC1st Sgt.Thlob-thloccoDied at Tampa Bay, May 19, 1837Wife, Fick-lum-mi-kee: 3 children; known by Towas-see Micco, private No. 37 on last rolls, Co. A, Creek Vol's.
12Micco HarjoCPrivateThlob-thloccoDied at Tampa Bay, March 31, 1837.Wife, Fo-lo-chi-chee: 4 children -- one Jackson, a private, No. 22 on last roll of Co. C, Creek Vol's.
13Micco HobeeCPrivateThlob-thloccoDied at Pass Christian, MS, July 30, 1837.Wife, Lot-to gah; 2 children.
14Samuel MoniacCPrivateThlob-thloccoDied at Pass Christian, MS, Aug. 21, 1837.Nearest relative a son, Alexander Moniac, a private, No. 2 on last rolls of Co. C, Creek Vol's.
15Osooch FixicoDPrivateTallasseeDied at Tampa, Oct. 13, 1836.Wife, Li-lee, no children; wife's father, Oke-chum Yohola.
16Cor-wo-pigaDPrivateTallasseeDied at Fort Drane, Dec. 1, 1836,Wife, Thlo-heath-chee; no children; wife's father, Nokose Yahola.
17Pin-call-leeDPrivateTallasseeDied at Tampa, Feb. 2, 1837.Wife, Clis-sah-ho-way; one child; wife's father, Echo Emarthla.
18Echo FixicoD2nd LieutenantTallasseeDied at Fort Brooke, Jan. 24, 1837.Wife, Sin-tee; 4 children; known by Echo Hadjo, captain Co., D, Creek Vol's.
19Fush-atchie HarjoD2nd LieutenantTallasseeDied at Fort Brooke, July 31, 1837.Wife, Hitch-ho-yah; 2 children; wife's mother, Hah-pith-li-gee.
20Spoak-oak HadjoD1st Sgt.TallasseeDied at Fort Brooke, Aug. 15, 1837.Wife, Oak-lo-sah; 3 children; known by Johnny Chopco, 1st Lieutenant Co. D, Creek Vol's.
21Suffoe-li-cheeDPrivateTallasseeKilled on express by Seminoles, June 1, 1837.Father and Mother living; both very old; father's name, Ho-mi-chee; a sister also living, named Sock-pah-lah-tee.
22Yar-de-karDPrivateTallasseeDied at Fort Dade, July 6, 1837.Wife, Sim-mum-ah-tith-kee; one child; known as Echo Hadjo, captain company D.
23Cooso Harjo-cheeDPrivateTallasseeDied at Fort Brooke, July 19, 1837.Nearest relations a mother, So-hah-tee-chee, and a sister, Thlah-so-pah-ho-way.
24Jin-man-a-dekaDPrivateTallasseeDied at Fort Brooke, June 7, 1837.Nearest relation a sister, Ho-mah-ho-hee-yer, daughter of an Indian named Thlin-li-kee.
25Jin-ma-nokeeDPrivateTallasseeDied at Fort Brooke, March 25, 1837.Nearest relation a cousin, Cotchah Yahola.
26Clis-sah-ho-wayDPrivateTallasseeDied at sea, on way to Mobile Point from Florida, August 17, 1837.Nearest relation a mother, Mar-tha-hah-yoa.
27CharleyDPrivateTallasseeDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, August 5, 1837.Wife, Chope-sy; 4 children.
28Owee-li-cheeDPrivateTallasseeDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, September 3, 1837.Wife, Sah-wah-kee; 3 children; known by Johhny Chopco, 1st lieutenant company D.
29Lotta FixicoEPrivateTallasseeDied at Tampa, October 16, 1836.Wife, Yo-thlah; 3 children; mother living, named See-thlo-lo-pee.
30Micco Harjo-cheeEPrivateTallasseeDied at Volusia, December 13, 1836.Wife Soo-zy; no children; daughter of Echo Hadjo, captain company D.
31Yar-har-harjoEPrivateTallasseeDied at Fort Brooke, June 4, 1837.Wife, Mi-hith-lah; one child; wife's mother Wy-e-koyth-chee.
32Courchus MiccoECaptainTallasseeCommanding Co. E till June 13, 1837; one ration of subsistence received in kind; private horse from Jan. 1 to March 31, 1837; died at Pass Christian, Mississippi, July 29, 1837.Nearest relation a sister, Nul-cup-pah-dit-shah.
33Osa HarjoE1st LieutenantTallasseePromoted from 2nd lieutenant Jan. 21, 1837, vice Holderness, resigned; one ration of subsistence received in kind; died at Pass Christian, Mississippi, July 27, 1837.Wife, Mo-see-yi-kee; 4 children.
34Cochar HoboiethlyEPrivateTallasseeDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, July 26, 1837.Wife, Milly; 5 children.
35Fushatchie FixicoEPrivateTallasseeDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, September 1, 1837.Wife dead; one small daughter, Wal-ly, under charge of a grandfather, Cah-pit-sha Micco.
36No-cos FixicoEPrivateTallasseeDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, July 19, 1837.Wife dead; 4 children; oldest Chah-dah-kip-pee.
37Oak-fusky FixicoEPrivateTallasseeDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, August 7, 1837.Nearest relation an uncle, Os-chopco-locco.

Second Battalion

No.NameCo.RankTribal TownRemarksRelatives
38Quacus HadjoFPrivateTuckabatcheeDied at Fort Armstrong, Florida, Dec. 27, 1836.Wife Chock-o-chee; 5 children.
39FotustennuggeeF1st LieutenantTuckabatcheePromoted from 2nd lieutenant Nov. 15, 1836; one ration of subsistence received in kind, committed suicide at Fort Brooke, June 12, 1837.Wife Folitch-kah; no children; daughter of Mad Blue.
40Enchar EmathlaFCorporalHillabeePromoted from Private Nov. 15, 1836; killed at Lake Ah ha pop ka, Jan. 25, 1837.Nearest relation a father, Cochus Hajo.
41Fushatchie MiccoFPrivateOttoseePrivate horse; died at Fort Brooke, May 11, 1837.Wife dead; 3 children; known by Chocottee Fixico, captain co. F.
42Nehar Locco-geeFPrivateHillabeeDied at Fort Brooke, June 2, 1837.Wife, Sah-bit-ho-he-yay; 2 children; wife's mother, Foly-kit.
43Cooshatchie YoholoFPrivateTuckabatcheeDied at Fort Brooke, May 20, 1837.Wife, Sah-ho-co-lay; no children.
44Cho-wak-le-miccoFCorporalHillabeeDied at Fort Brooke, Aug. 1, 1837.Wife, To-kah-kee; 2 children; known by Intesekiah, 1st lieutenant co. F.
45Nocus IccarFPrivateHillabeeDied at Fort Brooke, July 1, 1837.Nearset relation a brother, Tallassee Hadjo.
46Echas FixicoFPrivateTuckabatcheeDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, July 21, 1837.Nearest relation a mother, Sah-tah-ho-yay.
47JonneeFPrivateHillabeeDied at sea, on way to Mobile Point from Florida, Aug. 19, 1837.Wife, Ho-mah-hi-dee; 4 children.
48Andrew RossGCaptainFirst lieutenant marinesDied of wound received in battle of Wahoo Swamp, at Black Creek, Florida, Dec. 11, 1837.
49Yar-dicker HarjoGPrivateOk-fus-kyDied at Fort Brooke, June 5, 1837.Wife, Lucy Lahnay; one child; wife's mother, Math-thah-koyth-chee.
50Thlathle YoholoG1st LieutenantOchee-o-poferOne ration of subsistence received in kind; died at Fort Brooke, Aug. 12, 1837.Nearest relation a cousin, An-nee-gee; known by John O. Poney, captain co. N, Creek vols.
51Fit-ta-deag HadjoGPrivateOk-fus-kyDied at Fort Brooke, June 23, 1837.Nearest relation a mother, Mean-hulth-lee.
52Neo-martle MiccoGPrivateOk-fus-kyDied at Fort Brooke, July 2, 1837.Three children in charge of their mother Polly.
53Talwa HadjoGPrivateOk-fus-kyDied at Fort Brooke, July 9, 1837.Nearest relations two sisters, Hoketee-co-chokee-ren-ny and Kee-thly-gee.
54Fit-ta-deag HadjoGPrivateOk-fus-kyDied at Fort Brooke, July 20, 1837.Wife, Mah-thah-koyth-chee; 4 children.
55Nar-yeaGPrivateOk-fus-kyDied at Fort Brooke, July 5, 1837.Nearest relation a father, Ar-tus Yohola Micco.
56Kunh EcharGPrivateOk-fus-kyDied at Fort Brooke, Aug. 10, 1837.Nearest relation a brother, Chi co-nah, and a sister, Sal-ligh-ah.
57Jim McFarlanGCorporalOchee-o-poferDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, Sept. 3, 1837.Nearest relation a sister, Oh-har-ty
58Nocos-ille FixicoGPrivateOchee-o-poferDied at sea, on way to Mobile Point from Florida, Aug. 20, 1837.Nearest relation a father, Holahta Emathla.
59TustunnuggeeGPrivateOk-fus-kyDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, Sept. 4, 1837.Nearest relation a grandmother, Sin-u-bah.
60Talsina YoholaGPrivateClee-wah-lahDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, Sept. 12, 1837.Nearest relation a father, Clee-wah-lah Emathla.
61Fushatchie EmathlaHSergeantKi-e-li-jaDied at battle of Wahoo Swamp, Nov. 21, 1836.Wife, Pollah-ti-ga; one child; wife's father, Halpah-tah Hajo.
62Nehee-chiskee MathlaHPrivateKi-e-li-jaDo.Nearest relation a brother, Ah-hulbee Emathlachee.
63Yotowa HadjoHPrivateOke-choyDied at Volusia, Dec. 10, 1836.Wife, Ho-yun-ho-yea; one child, wife's father, Tote-kis Harjo.
64Litte FixicoHPrivateFish PondDied at Fort Armstrong, Dec. 23, 1836.Nearest relation a brother, Ah-tus-ho-nuppa Emathla.
65Ufalla FixicoHPrivateFish PondDied at Fort Armstrong, Jan. 29, 1837.Wife, Ah-lah-ho-yea; one child.
66Spoak-ne-harth-loccoHPrivateKi-e-li-jaDied at Fort Brooke, April 9, 1837.Wife dead; 3 children; oldest a man, Wythe-kee.
67Nah-puchee FixicoHPrivateKi-e-li-jaDied at Fort Brooke, Aug. 5, 1837.Nearest relation a father, Tallip Yahola.
68Fosputtock HajoHSergeantKi-e-li-jaDied at sea, on way to Mobile Point from Florida, Aug. 19, 1837.Wife, Soke-hul-gy; 5 children.
69Fushatchie YoholaHPrivateKi-e-li-jaDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, Sept. 3, 1837.Wife dead; 2 children; one son, Oke-chum Hajo; both in charge of an Indian, Spoke-oke Micco.
70Queacus HadjoHPrivateFish PondDied at sea, on way to Mobile Point from Florida, Aug. 20, 1837.Wife, Mah-fah-ly; 2 children -- girls; oldest Sah-fun-gah, known by Emathla Hadka, serg't co. H, Creek vols.
71Conchat EmathlaIPrivateUpper U-fall-lahDied at Tampa, July 29, 1837.Wife, Lah-to-mee; no children; known by Alabudda Hadjo; 1st lieutenant co. I, Creek vols.
72John SmithIPrivateHillabeeKilled on express from Tampa to Fort Clinch, Jan. 18, 1837.Wide dead; 5 children; oldest a daughter, Sil-wah; all in charge of an Indian, Emathla Hadka.
73Senih-jahIPrivateUpper U-fall-lahDied at Tampa, Nov. 10, 1836.Nearest relation a father, Chock-kee-li-gah.
74Tusca HolahtaIPrivateO-wee-kofe-kahKilled on express from Tampa to Fort Clinch, Jan. 18, 1837.Nearest relation a father, Ock-archer Emathla.
75Joseph P. CookIPrivateUpper U-fall-lahPrivate horse; died at Pass Christian, Mississippi, Aug. 23, 1837.Wife, Cha-milly; one child; wife's father, Lettiff Harjo.
76Moko-lassee EmathlaIPrivateKi-e-mol-gahDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, Sept. 10, 1837.Nearest relations 2 brothers, Addis Hobiee and Ma-ho-kolee, privates of co. I, Creek vols.
77Ochee YoholaK2nd LieutenantO-wee-wo-kahPromoted from Private Nov. 4, 1836 vice Nar-per-chee Fixico, promoted; one ration of subsistence received in kind; committed suicide at Fort Brooke, July 22, 1837.Wife, Tee-hitch-ho-yee; 2 children; wife's father, Lock-te-ma-ta-ha.
78Tallassee HadjoKSergeantAlabamaDied at Fort Armstrong, Dec. 26, 1836.Wife See-ho-ky; 2 children; wife's mother Oktum-kee; known by Osiah Yahola, seg't co. K, Creek vols.
79ArbiccaKPrivateAlabamaDied at Fort King, July 17, 1837.Nearest relation a father, Micco Hadka.
80Cochus HadjoKPrivateAlabamaKilled at battle of Wahoo Swamp, Nov. 21, 1836.Wife, Mary; 3 children; wife's mother Mee-tee-chee; known by Osiah Yohola, serg't co. K, Creek vols.
81Cosee YoholaKPrivateToke-pof-kahDied at Tampa, Aug. 12, 1837.Wife, Tin-no-gee; no children; wife's father, Tuckabatchee Fixico.
82Chuck-chat-hin-a-hahKPrivateO-we-wo-kahDied at Fort Drane, Oct. 28, 1836.Nearest relation a mother, Sim-mah-thlah-kee; known by Nar-puche, 1st llieut. co. K, Creek vols.
83FocolodaKPrivateCo-was-seh-dahDied at Fort Drane, Oct. 28, 1836.Nearest relations 2 sisters; oldest Fin-no-kee; known by a Co-was-sah-dat chief in Arkansas, named Cotchah Hajo.
84Kun-chat FixicoKPrivateO-we-wo-kahDied at Tampa, Aug. 18, 1837Nearest relation a father, Kun-tal-lee Enmathla.
85Lotti-holaKPrivateAlabamaDied at Tampa, May 25, 1837.Nearest relation a mother, Thlaymee; known by Osiah Yohola, sergeant co. K, Creek vols.
86Pohose HadjoKPrivatePokon TallahasseeDied at Tampa, Aug. 28, 1837.Nearest relation a brother, Echo Hajo.
87Talmus HadjoKPrivateO-wee-wo-kahDied at Tampa, Feb. 25, 1837.Nearest relation a father, Ok-fus-ky Hajo.
88Waxie EmathlaKPrivateO-wee-wo-kahDied at Tampa, Jan. 25, 1837.Nearest relation a father, Hillabee Emathla.
89Yoholo-cheeKPrivateO-wee-wo-kahDied at Tampa, Nov. 25, 1836.Nearest relation a father, Nokose Hajo, and a sister, Ti-hoyth-chee; known by Narpuche Fixico, first lieutenant co. K, Creek vols.
90Fixico HadjoKPrivateToke-pof-kahDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, Aug. 21, 1837Nearest relation a father, Pah-lah-chee Fixico.

Spy Battalion

No.NameCo.RankTribal TownRemarksRelatives
91Cho-cotta EmarthlaLPrivateLower U-fall-lahDied at Tampa Bay, Nov. 10, 1836.Wife dead; 2 small sons, Hotulkee Fixico and Hintillee.
92Cho-wille HarjoLPrivateLower U-fall-lahDied at Fort Drane, Dec. 5, 1836.Wife, Hee chee ko; one child.
93Ko-sah-bo-yeiLPrivateLower U-fall-lahDied at Black Creek, Dec. 29, 1836.Wife, Kallee; no children; wife's father, Conchat Hajo.
94Cotchee HarjoLSergeantLower U-fall-lahCommitted suicide at Fort Brooke, July 3, 1837.Wife, Mittee-hosee; 2 children; wife's father, E-kun-chah-tee-thlocco
95Ta-kose HarjoLPrivateLower U-fall-lahDied at Fort Drane, Feb. 10, 1837.Wife, Mi-yah-kee; 2 children.
96Choc-tas-keeLPrivateLower U-fall-lahDied at Fort Brooke, April 12, 1837.Left his property to his sister, Too-chee.
97No-kose-ee YoholaLPrivateLower U-fall-lahDied at camp Hillsboro', Florida, June 5, 1837.Nearest relations a mother, Mah-cho-mee, and sister, Hoke-tee-lahny.
98Thlathlo FixicoLCaptainLower U-fall-lahPromoted from 1st Lieutenant Nov. 22, 1836; one ration of subsistence received in kind, commanding company L till May 15, 1837; died at Pensacola, Florida, May 21, 1837.Wife dead; 2 small children, Milly and Henny; wife's father, Iste-chahco Micco.
99Hodulgee EmathlaLSergeantLower U-fall-lahDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, Sept. 9, 1837.Nearest relation a brother, Kah-pichee Harjo, sergeant co. L, Creek Vols
100Ah-tis HarjoLPrivateLower U-fall-lahDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, Aug. 4, 1837.Wife, Ti-chee, or Vicey; 3 children.
101Micco-nubber TustennuggeeLPrivateLower U-fall-lahDied at Pass Christian, Mississippi, Aug. 3, 1837.Wife dead; 4 children; oldest Dick; all in charge of an uncle, Pi-u-chee.
102No-kose HarjoLPrivateLower U-fall-lahDied at Mobile Point, Alabama, July 19, 1837.Wife dead; 4 children; oldest Sole-kay.
103Sock-po-doi-geeMPrivateLower U-fall-lahDied at Tampa Bay, Nov. 12, 1836.Nearest relation a cousin - a woman, Thlah-sah-hee-chee.
104Yof-kee EmarthlaMPrivateLower U-fall-lahDied at camp Hillsboro', Florida, June 7, 1837.Wife named Po-ki-tee; 5 children.
105Fose HarjoMPrivateLower U-fall-lahDied at camp Hillsboro', Florida, June 8, 1837.Wife, Fee-cap-pee; one child; wife's father, Woxi Holahta.
106PrimusN2nd LieutenantChec-ah-hawOne ration of subsistence received in kind; died at Fort Dade, March 8, 1837.Nearest relation a father, John O. Poney, captain co. N, Creek Vols.
107Mitchell KinnardO2nd LieutenantCow-e-tahOne ration of subsistence received in kind; died at sea, on way to Mobile Point from Florida, Aug. 17, 1837.Wife, Las-sie; no children; wife's father, Cho-nee-chah.
108Yo-par-ho-ye-theaOPrivateChea-ah-hawDied at Volusia, May 15, 1837.Wife dead, 4 children; oldest Fanny; known by John O. Poney, captain co. N, Creek Vols.
109Pool-sarOPrivateCow-e-tahDied at St. John's river, June 15, 1837.Nearest relations 2 brothers and one sister - one brother, Kee-neelu, a private in co. O, Creek Vols.
110MossOSergeantCow-e-tahDied at Fort King, Aug. 12, 1837.Wife, Kuck-key-tee; no children; living with his mother; Ho-po-hee-yea.

I certify, on honor, that this muster-roll exhibits a true statement of those officers and soldiers of the regiment of mounted Creek Indian volunteers who died whilst the regiment was in the service of the United States; that the remarks set opposite their names are accurate and just; and that the information in regard to the families of the deceased was obtained from their relatives and from cheifs, and is beleived to be correct.

W.G. Freeman,
Major Commanding the Regiment

Date: September 28, 1837
Station: Pass Christian, Miss.