1830 Map of Cherokee Territory in Georgia

Improvements to Annexed Cherokee Lands

List of the improvements, with the proprietors’ names, on lands ceded by the Cherokees to the United States, by the treaty of the 6th of May, 1828, with the appraised value, &c. annexed.

 

No. 121 Coming Canoe
1 ½ acres land 12.00
2 cabins 14.00
$26.00

No. 122 Tzar-leteski
4 acres land 32.00
20 bearing and 14 small peach trees 26.00
2 cabins 16.00
$74.00

No. 123 John Lowney
9 ½ acres land 57.00
91 peach trees 102.37 ½
5 cabins 80.00
$239.37 ½

No. 124 Big-head John
2 ½ acres land 15.00
8 peach trees 9.00
2 cabins 12.00
36.00
Deduct for fencing 2.50
$33.50

No. 125 David Melton
25 acres land 200.00
80 peach and 9 apple trees 103.50
8 cabins 192.00
$495.50

No. 126 William Colston
5 ½ acres land 44.00
60 peach trees 67.50
3 apple trees 4.50
4 cabins 40.00
156.00
Deduct for fencing 4.00
$152.00

No. 127 William Thornton
12 acres land $96.00
Fencing valued at $33, which is due and payable to R. Tiver

No. 128 Reuben Tiver
26 acres land 128.00
10 peach trees 11.25
7 cabins 50.00
$189.25

No. 129 Lewis Melton
5 acres land 40.00
4 peach trees 4.50
2 cabins 15.00
1 water well 25.00
$84.50

No. 130 Edward Brown
6 acres land 48.00
2 cabins 15.00
$63.00


Topics:
Cherokee, Land,

Collection:
Senate Document 403 24th Congress 1st Session. United States Government. 1835.

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