Spike Buck

By wjeffbishop • • 4 May 2013

The United States No. 11

Spike Buck

The claimant in this case states on oath that he lived on Chatooga and that he came to this country in Stephen Foreman’s detachment and now lives on Spring Creek. He states positively that his place was never valued & that the Books at Fort Gibson has no account of it.

1 Double House 200.00
1 Corn Crib 15.00
10 Acres cleared land 100
20 Bearing apple trees @ 2 ea. 40
25 ” Peach ” @1 ea. 25
1 Rifle Gun 20 400

He states the rifle was taken from him by the soldiers. Sworn to and subscribed before me 10th March 1842

J. Mulkey Clk

Spike (x) Buck
his mark

No. 11

Con, ah, Tau states on oath that Spike Buck had and owned such a place as described in this account, and that he is sure it was never valued, having went with the claimant to Fort Gibson to see if it could be found in the books, and therefore it had never been … The Rifle was taken as he states by the soldiers about the time a great many others were taken. Sworn to & subscribed before me 10th March 1842.

J. Mulkey Clk

Con ah (x) Tau
his mark

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