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. 451 R. Tiner (claimed plantation on little Red River)
20 acres land 160.00
1 cabin 10.00
$170.00

No. 452 Alexander Carter (claimed plantation on Cadron)
15 acres land $120.00

No. 453 Joseph Coker
26 acres land 208.00
8 acres land 48.00
170 peach trees 191.25
17 cabins 185.00
632.25
Deduct for fencing 8.00
$624.25

--------8 acres of land, 20 peach trees, 2 cabins ($10) are on a plantation within the late Cherokee limits; from this improvement also; the deduction is made on account of fencing

No. 454 William Vickery
35 acres land 245.00
10 peach trees 11.25
6 cabins 60.00
12 acres land 84.00
2 cabins 20.00
12 acres land 84.00
2 cabins 20.00
15 acres land 105.00
153 peach trees 172.12 ½
2 cabins 20.00
$821.37 ½

No. 455 Alexander Carter
2 cabins & 1 cow pen $40.00

No. 456 Moes Smith
1 acre land 8.00
15 peach trees 16.87 ½
24.87 ½
Deduct for deficiency in fencing 2.00
$22.87 ½

No. 457 Walter Webber
5 acres land 35.00
10 peach trees 11.25
46.25
Deduct for deficiency in fencing 10.00
$36.25

No. 458 George Chisholm
4 acres land 28.00
18 peach trees 20.25
48.25
Deduct for fence 8.00
$40.25

No. 459 John Smith
2 acres land 12.00
52 peach trees 58.50
70.50
Deduct for fencing 4.00
$66.50

No. 460 Susannah Stintson
¼ acre land 1.50
40 peach trees 45.00
46.50
Deduct for fencing .50
$46.00


Topics:
Cherokee, Land,

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

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