1832 Creek Census – Hitchetee Town

By a treaty of March 24, 1832, the Creek Indians ceded to the United States all of their land east of the Mississippi River. Heads of families were entitled to tracts of land, which, if possible, were to include their improvements. In 1833 Benjamin S. Parsons and Thomas J. Abbott prepared a census of Creek Indian heads of families, which gave their names and the number of males, females, and slaves in each family. The entries were arranged by town and numbered; these numbers were used for identification in later records. This is the census for the town of Hitchetee.

1832 Creek Census - Hitchetee Town

Hitchetee1Nul kar puck e Tus tun nuck ee1102
Hitchetee2Tus tun nuk Chopko2103
Hitchetee3O tal ka Tus tan nuck ee3104
Hitchetee4Ko cho ko ne Har jo2204
Hitchetee5Ne har Har jo2204
Hitchetee6OkeolarthleHar jo4206
Hitchetee7Ne har Thlock o3205
Hitchetee8Cho ne kar2305
Hitchetee9Cho ko te Yo ho lo3104
Hitchetee10Ho nese Har jo3104
Hitchetee11Yar to war Har jo1102
Hitchetee12Sik ko mar yhe2204
Hitchetee13Ne pi ke1203
Hitchetee14So war tar le2204
Hitchetee15Se mun nut skay1304
Hitchetee16Par che se2103
Hitchetee17War cho ley3104
Hitchetee18Nit ti he che3104
Hitchetee19Cho co te Marth lar4307
Hitchetee20Ho si che2103
Hitchetee21Mi he te chay1102
Hitchetee22He spar he2103
Hitchetee23Thlar li ke2103
Hitchetee24Klo cho pi ke1304
Hitchetee25Arpiuck Har jo3104
Hitchetee26Tim ho lar ti ke1304
Hitchetee27Tuk ko sar Har jo1203
Hitchetee28To ko thli ke3104
Hitchetee29She mar har ke2204
Hitchetee31Yo thli ke3104
Hitchetee32Ar se poo che2406
Hitchetee33Yar kar mi kay4105
Hitchetee34Me lin tay1102
Hitchetee35Sat tar hi ke3205
Hitchetee36Me li ya1102
Hitchetee37Nin ne chup pa Har jo3205
Hitchetee38Ti ho ye1304
Hitchetee39Char le che1102
Hitchetee40E ne har E marth lar3306principal chief
Hitchetee40Mul lit ke1102
Hitchetee41Tun nee chee1304principal chief
Hitchetee41Wark i ke3306
Hitchetee42Pok che3104
Hitchetee43Ho spotok Har jo3205
Hitchetee44Lip pe2204
Hitchetee45Futs har ye1102
Hitchetee46Te se o ke1102
Hitchetee48Lo san nah0123
Hitchetee50Pal par ho ke1203
Hitchetee51Kolars har tay1102
Hitchetee52Dim sey1102
Hitchetee53Stap par har ke1102
Hitchetee54Sat te hi ke0202
Hitchetee55We lok o e che0202
Hitchetee56Cho jar1102
Hitchetee57See ar too chee3104
Hitchetee58Chuck hi ke1304
Hitchetee59Se me te tar ye1102
Hitchetee60So fo li ya1102
Hitchetee61Kin he1203
Hitchetee62Ho si kay2103
Hitchetee63Is ko ye che1304
Hitchetee64Su mi key2103
Hitchetee65Lar ho we1102
Hitchetee66Wi ney1102
Hitchetee67Is fo le che1102
Hitchetee68Cus se taw Har jo1102
Hitchetee69Ok ti ar che Har jo3205
Hitchetee70So wark e2305
Hitchetee72Noke far ke1102
Hitchetee73Ste wun har ye1102
Hitchetee74To mi che1102
Hitchetee75Ar ko yi ke3205
Hitchetee76Ar se che2103
Hitchetee77Ho lot o ke2204
Hitchetee78Se mi he thle1102
Hitchetee79Daniel Gray2103
Hitchetee80Ar che wy che2103
Hitchetee81Mic co Har jo3205
Hitchetee82Sow war kee che1102
Hitchetee83Yar too chi1102
Hitchetee84Puf hi kay4408
Hitchetee85Kun char tee3104
Hitchetee86Kus sar ho le1102
Hitchetee87Fose hatch Yo ho lo3205
Hitchetee88Cho kote Har jo3306
Hitchetee89Sat ho ye3104
Hitchetee90To sar lar ye0202
Hitchetee91Mar te ke1102
Hitchetee92Tim po che1102
Hitchetee93Mis ho yo0202
Hitchetee94Sar puck o le che1203
Hitchetee95Mar w etin ne1102



Hall, Lance L. Parsons and Abbott Roll.

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