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. 21 Jacob Gentry
51 acres land 331.50
14 peach trees 15.75
12 bearing apple trees and 27 small ones 38.25
9 cabins 104.00
$489.50

No. 22 Richard Drew
7 ½ acres land 59.75
5 cabins 40.00
$99.75

No. 23 James Rogers
40 acres land 280.00
80 peach trees 90.00
3 apple do, and 150 scions 41.00
10 cabins 14.00
$486.00

No. 24 Lovney Price
15 acres land 105.00
20 large and 160 small peach trees 37.50
1 cabins 135.00
$277.50

No. 25 William Rogers
34 acres land 204.00
48 peach trees 54.00
6 cabins 45.00
$303.00
Deduct for fencing 75.00
$228.00

No. 26 Charles Rogers
46 acres land 276.00
155 peach trees 174.37 ½
2 cabins 15.00
$465.37 ½
Deduct for fencing 75.00
$390.37 ½

No. 27 Tale
2 acres land 12.00
25 peach trees 15.00
2 cabins 8.00
$35.00
Deduct for deficiency in fencing 2.00
$33.00

No. 28 Vike
3 ¾ acres land 22.50
25 peach trees 28.12 ½
2 cabins 15.00
$65.62 ½
Deduct for deficiency in fencing 3.00
$62.62 ½

No. 29 White-man Killer
5 ¼ acres land 31.50
4 peach trees 6.75
1 cabin 6.00
$ 44.25

No. 30 Proud Forn
3 ¾ acres land 22.75
14 peach trees 15.75
4 cabins 20.00
58.50
Deduct for fencing 4.00
$ 54.50


Topics:
Cherokee, Land,

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

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