Carroll County Native American Project

Chief Leo "Buddy" Pergson, Coordinator

Cooper Rolls

  • Douglas H, (Cooper) Rolls, May the 23rd, 1855
    Census Roll of Choctaw Heads of Families residing East of the Mississippi River in the State of Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama made by Douglas H. Cooper, and William H Ward, US Agents for Choctaws, in conformity with Order of Commissioner of Indian Affairs dated May the 23rd, 1855 and in compliance with the 14th Article, Sept 27, 1830 Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek.
     
    ART. XIV. Each Choctaw head of a family being desirous to remain and become a citizen of the States, shall be permitted to do so, by signifying his intention to the Agent within six months from the ratification of this Treaty, and he or she shall thereupon be entitled to a reservation of one section of six hundred and forty acres of land, to be bounded by sectional lines of survey; in like manner shall be entitled to one half that quantity for each unmarried child which is living with him over ten years of age; and a quarter section to such child as may be under 10 years of age, to adjoin the location of the parent. If they reside upon said lands intending to become citizens of the States for five years after the ratification of this Treaty, in that case a grant in fee simple shall issue; said reservation shall include the present improvement of the head of the family, or a portion of it. Persons who claim under this article shall not lose the privilege of a Choctaw citizen, but if they ever remove are not to be entitled to any portion of the Choctaw annuity.
     
    ART. XIX. The following reservations of land are hereby admitted. To Colonel David Fulsom four sections of which two shall include his present improvement, and two may be located elsewhere, on unoccupied, unimproved land.
     
    According to 1830, Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek. those Choctaw desiring to remain in Mississippi, and in doing so, would not lose their Choctaw citizenship, but, within five years after the ratification of the Treaty must agree to become under U.S. Citizenship laws and no longer under Tribal laws.
     
    Source: NARA, "National Archives and Records Adm, Washington DC"

     

    Neshoba County, Mississippi .Bogue Chitto Clan~ .

    Newton, Jasper and Lauderdale County Mississippi, Chunkee Clan~ .

    Near Pearl River, Neshoba and Leake Counties, Mississippi .Haloowlowah Clan~

    Leake and Neshoba Counties Mississippi .Lobutchi Clan~,

    Kemper County, Mississippi ,Luka-nache Clan~, 

    Newton and Neshoba Counties, Mississippi, Moglusha Clan~.

    Pearl River, MississippiPearl River Clan~.

    St. Tammany Parish and Parish of Orleans, Louisiana,

    Six Town Clan~, Kemper County Mississippi, Talla-chu-lak Clan~ .

    Scott County Mississippi, Tush Ka La meta Clan~,

    Carroll and Leake Counties, Mississippi .Yok-nuk-ne Clan~

     

     

  • Bogue Chitto Clan

Neshoba County, Mississippi
Bogue Chitto Clan

L. M. Hickman
Charles
Hofro-ka-tubbee
Mo-han-yah
Ah-him-e-tubbee
Im-mut-tubbee
In-ho-wat-tubbee
Ah-to-sho-ubbee
Ah-fra-sa-bee
Jesse
On-ti-mah-chubbee
A-cha-fa-tubbee
I-muth-la-ho-ka
Corson (or Carson)
Fille-mo-tubbee
In-to-mah-chubbee
Win-ny
I-mel-tubbee
Noah
Mensho-tubbee
Nok-sie-o-ca-tubbee
Ish-to-mo-chubbee
Liza
Ahin-tubbee
Chin-tubbee
Hoon-tubbee
Te-mah0ubbee
E-tih-fah-mah
Pesah-chi
William
Fille-mo-ah
Ah-no-le-tah
Ish-moon-tubbee
Yo-kah-chi

Ha-chi
Ah-took-him-tubbee
Chok-ne-tubbee
Ah-to-ble-chi
Okish-tuk-tubbee
Ben
Mack
Isom
Il-lap-ish-to-nah
Lok-o-le-tubbee
Ah-wah-to-nah
Eab-tubbee
Moi-tah
Kuneah-ewali
Yim-me
We-nah-ka
Ishmah-yah-tubbee
Mo-ha-ye
Im-mok-lan-be
No-le
Ah-to-ble-chi
Ash-wat-hi-kah
Eat-am-bee
Co-chubbe-hoyo
We-nah-ki
Tik-bah-ho-tima
Ah-took-lah
Pisah-ish-tumbee
Yok-o-tah
Nok-we-ho-nah
Fille-ma-chubbee
Ah-ca-ma-tubbee
Oka-ham-tubbee

 

  •  Chunkee Clan

Newton, Jasper and Lauderdale County Mississippi
Chunkee Clan

Alsh-fra-sa-hubbee
On-tah-cha
A-no-la-honnah
Nok-ne-to-nubbee
Me-ha-tut-tubbee
File-ka-tubbee
Hith-la-ho-ka
Oka-fa-mah
Lal-a-tubbee
In-co-chubbee
Tak-lam-bee (or Tok-lam-bee)
Me-lo-tubbee
Ho-tubbee
Lou-a-chubbee
I-ath-le-fiah
Anah-chi-hat-tah

Co-chin-tubbee
Mok-ah-ho-ka
Ston-a-chubbee
Me-hah-tubbee
Co-mo-tubbee
Con-chi-ho-ka
File-kah-tubbee
Tub-bish
Me-asho-cubbee
Ish-tah-ah-ho-nah
Ho-ti-lubbee
Eah-hoka-tubbee
Co-chubbee
Pa-la-tubbee
Emah

  •  Haloowlowah Clan

Near Pearl River, Neshoba and Leake Counties,  Mississippi
Haloowlowah  Clan

Ah-be-chunk-tah
Charley
Ah-fre-sah (or Ah-fu-sah)
Muk-i-o-nubbee

Thomas
Iat-tah-tubbee
I-tuk-lum-be
Imah-ho-nah

  •  Lobutchi Clan

Leake and Neshoba counties Mississippi
Lobutchi Clan

Oha-lin-tubbee
On-ti-e-mah

Wa-le
Mok-o-nubbee

  •  Luka-nache Clan

Kemper County, Mississippi
Luka-nache Clan

Eluh-bah-cubbee
Kan-chi-hoka

Un-ti-ah-tubbee
Emah-li-ho-ka

  •  Moglusha Clan

Newton and Neshoba Counties, Mississippi
Moglusha  Clan

Ano-sa-cubbee
Mok-a-tubbee
Ish-ti-uk-la
Eah-ho-nubbee
Ok-la-ho-yo
Um-o-ma
Mut-tubbee
Jim Porter or Hoyubbee
Il-leo-timah
Cun-eo-tubbee
O-hah-tubbee
Tah-fra-la-chubbee
Ma-hah
Imish-ah-hoka
Pisah-hambee
A-sho-ma-ti-mah
Che-ah
Illa-ho-timah
Ho-tum-bee
Ish-tah-fris-ale
Fe-chubbee
Po-tah
Imuth-fre-sa-homah
Oou-tima-honah
A-me-ha-tumah
Cone-masha-himah
Il-laf-ish-timah
Oou-a-timah
Tik-ba-hi-cubbee
Cone-ma-tubbee

Oou-tia-timah
Tene-fra-ho-mah
Lo-sho-me-ho-nah
Heah-ca-tubbee
Fith-lea-homah
Ish-to-lah-bo-tubbee
Im-mo-no-timah
Cou-she-hemah
Done-ya-tam-bee
On-tiah-chubbee
Tha-ko-fe-chi
Eli-ho-timah
Ish-mi-ah
Elah-tubbee
Mesho-man-tuwah
Me-ab-ta-cubbee
How-tubbee
Kan-chi
Oo-a-ti-ah
Pisa-ham-bee
Ish-ti-ubbee
Ish-ta-ho-cubbee
A-tuk-la-ho-ka
Me-ha-chi
Ah-fa-mah
Min-to-cubbee
Ha-Kah-tubbee
Look-sa
Tah-no-le
Ebah-no-tubbee

8 families who refused to give their names

  •  Pearl River Clan

Pearl River, Mississippi
Pearl River Clan

Nock-ne-yah
David Bell
Kun-ne-a
A-we-cha-honah
A-no-le-honah
Tuck-kea-tubbee

Bob
Ta-nuf-ah-yah
JosephKun-moon-tubbee
Ta-hubbee
No-frah

  •  Six Town Clan

St. Tammany Parish and Parish of Orleans, Louisiana
Six-Towns Clan

August Charles
Posh-ish-tonah-homah
Im-am-bee
E-o-kah
Pis-ti-ah
Yo-ko-to-nah
Lu-mah
Tik-bah-he-mah
No-to-nah
Eli-yo-cubbee
Cam-ha-lubbee
Po-tah
Fillo-ka-chi
Ho-tah-ho-nah
Ish-ti-of-cah
On-tima-hoka
Kah-nal-le-tubbee

Ima-ho-tubbee
Ish-ti-ah
Po-tah
Ok-le-ana
Oka-lin-tubbee
On-ti-emah
Ubbe-timah
Wa-la
Mok-o-nubbee
Ah-fro-yo-ah
Ah-kil-lo-ah
Wa-ki-a-ho-ka
Hush-e-no-wah
Hok-lo-tubbee
Ceme-mah-tubbee
Laf-ho-sho-nah

  • Talla-chu-lak Clan

Kemper County Mississippi
Talla-chu-lak Clan

To-sho-yo-tubbee
Me-show-ta-tubbee
Ish-to-minchi
Tim-ah-nale
Ha-chi
Imah-lubbee

Culberson
Anum-bo-lee
Og-la-nowah
Mo-shu-la-ka
Ah-took-la
Chun-nah-lah

  • Tush Ka La meta Clan

Scott County Mississippi
Tush Ka La meta Clan

Ho-ti-an-ah
Mi-ho-nubbee

Asa-chi-ho-na

  • Yok-nuk-ne Clan

Carroll and Leake Counties, Mississippi
Yok-nuk-ne Clan

Rev. Leflore, children and granchildren
Chib-le-tah
Ah-to-na
Amos
Cal-lin
Ah-fa-ma-tubbee
Il-lah-na-tubbee
Ho-ti-mah
Mar-tin (?)
Cut-ta
Stick-la
Sto-na-chubbee
Stil-lo-nah
Anderson
Ik-ban-nah
Tus-ca-no-la
Ho-yo-ho-tubbee
Ah-ti-yah
Yo-ku-tah
Na-tubbee
Ela-ho-tea
Joshua
Pah-nee
Lo-ma-ta-ka
Ta-ba-cha

Lo-mia-ka
O-nubbee
Charles
Za-chi-a
Lu-el
A-num-fro-la
Ivy (or Jay/Joy)
John
Wallace
Madison
Lockey
William
Eak-an-to-nah
Lal-in-tubbee
William Bilbo (or Zilbo)
Elijah
Moses
Zola
Gibson
John
Ima-ho-chubbee
Min-cha
Ea-Ho-ti-mah
Emah-lubbee
 


Carroll County

Coordinator:

I am John Hansen, volunteer County Coordinator for Carroll County, Mississippi.  I have family lines from here and hence my interest in establishing as much information as possible on early Carroll County History.
 

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