1832 Creek Census – Oaktawsarsey 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 Oaktawsarsey.

1832 Creek Census - Oaktawsarsey Town

Town Number Head Males Females Slaves Total Remarks
Oaktawsarsey1Ho Tul ga Yo ho lo2305
Oaktawsarsey2Ar chu loc Har jo2103
Oaktawsarsey3O Gilla sey Har jo3306
Oaktawsarsey4No cos Fix i co1203
Oaktawsarsey5Chu was ti Fix i co2305
Oaktawsarsey6O soo che Har jo2406
Oaktawsarsey7Mal lit kar2204
Oaktawsarsey8Ar har loc Fix i co1203
Oaktawsarsey9Stin me like1203
Oaktawsarsey10Pin E marth lar3104
Oaktawsarsey11Oak Taw Saw Sey Har jo2204
Oaktawsarsey12Muck har sey1203
Oaktawsarsey13Wi ge jar1203
Oaktawsarsey14Tal war Fix i co2204
Oaktawsarsey15No cos Har jo2103
Oaktawsarsey16O che Yo ho lo2204
Oaktawsarsey17Tus he hich che3306
Oaktawsarsey18Ho Tul ga Fix i co1102
Oaktawsarsey19Chu lar Har jo1102
Oaktawsarsey20Mat Toc har kie3104
Oaktawsarsey21Wot co Yo ho lo2204
Oaktawsarsey22Sup pin co Uga1304
Oaktawsarsey23Mit ti hea char1102
Oaktawsarsey24So Kar Har jo2204
Oaktawsarsey25Emarthlo Har jo3205
Oaktawsarsey26Tom my Yo ho lo2103
Oaktawsarsey27Cle chum me Har jo4206
Oaktawsarsey28E lit di ga2204
Oaktawsarsey29Il lis Har jo1203
Oaktawsarsey30Ooak choy Fix i co2103
Oaktawsarsey31Emarthlo Yo ho lo2305
Oaktawsarsey32Ho Tulga Har jo1203
Oaktawsarsey33Tul war Har jo2204
Oaktawsarsey34Ta mar?? hin ne har3104



Hall, Lance L. Parsons and Abbott Roll.

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