Ukkwahle

By wjeffbishop • • 5 May 2013

No. 17

The United States

Uk kwahle

For 1 House and 8 acres cleared land 180.

” 1 stable 25$ 8 Peach trees 8.  33.

” 4 head Horses @ $100 $400.

” 1 cow & calf, 1 yr old steer & yearling 30

” 27 Head stock hogs @ 2.    54

” 3/4 of an acre in Sweet Potatoes  20

” 1/2 ” ” do ” ” Pinders   15

” 1 ” ” do ” ” cotton   10

” 1 Pot $4  1 do 2.50$    6.50

” 1 Bed Stead   4.00

” 1 Table $4. — 1 Spinning Wheel $4    8.00

” 4 Chairs 2.25   9 Plates 2.50   4.75

” 1 set k & forks   .75

” 2 M Weavers Harness   @ 2.50     5.00

” 1 Slay  $1   5th clean cotton 1.25  2.25

” 30 (symbol) seed cotton @ 4 ¢    1.20

” 1 Sifter 75 ¢ 12 chickens @ 12 1/2 ¢   2.25

” 1 Pad Lock   1.00

777.70

 

The claimant in this case states (on oath) that she lived on Cedar Creek in the old nation, and that she came to this country with a company that was forced off, by the way of the River, under U.S. agents and now lives on Spring Creek. She states that she was forced from home by the soldiers and driven to the boat to come to this country, and that all the property in the account was left, and lost to her, never having since heard from it. That she sent her brother Henry Earbob to Fort Gibson to inquire whether the place had ever been valued, who could find no account of it on the Books.

Sworn to & subscribed before me 10th March 1842

J. Mulkey, Clk

Uk (x) kwahle

her mark

 

No. 17

The witness in this case lived near the claimant and states (on oath) the claimant owned the improvement and property charged in the account, and that she was forced from it by which she lost is all, not having any chance to see any thing to it after the soldiers forced her away from it. States also that he was employed by the claimant to see if there was any valuation on the Books at Fort Gibson, and on inquiry found none.

Sworn to & subscribed before me 10th March 1842

J. Mulkey Clk

Henry (x) Earbob

his mark

 

 

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