|Taken from Census Indexes of Forsyth County, Georgia 1834-1900
by Donna Parrish and Bonnye T. Leary. Copyright 1981.
Used with Permission.
1835 CHEROKEE INDIAN CENSUS
within FORSYTH COUNTY, GEORGIA
Obtained from the Census of Cherokees East of the Mississippi River.
Microcopy No: T496 Roll No: 1
Page 46 and 47 of original book
Information we have used:
Head of Household
White By Marriage
GEORGIA FORSYTH COUNTY) I do hereby certify upon honor that the foregoing is a correct census of the Cherokees residing in the County of Forsyth, Georgia. Forsyth County embraces some gold mines and iron. Possesses extensive water power with about half of the lands susseptible of tilage. December 19, 1835 C. H. Nelson, Esquire
FORSYTH COUNTY, GEORGIA 1835 CHEROKEE INDIAN CENSUS Cherokees-slaves-Whites by Marriage Chattahoochee River George Waters 4-100-0 T. J. Charlton 3-30-1 James Cleland 4-5-1 John Rogers 9-16-1 Master Brannon 8-14-1 Charles Harris 4-3-1 Vickory's Creek William Harris 3-0-1 Henry H. Sutton 1-0-1 Bird Harris 2-0-1 William Rogers 5-8-0 Robert Rogers 5-3-0 Joseph Rogers 6-0-0 Sharlot Vickory 6-0-0 Dave Cordery 8-0-0 Samuel Bennett 1-0-1 Sawney 13-0-0 Bobtail 6-0-0 Waldeah 7-0-0 Settingdown Creek Hummingbird and 2 other families 25-0-0 Alfred Scudder 2-6no entry Etower River James Kell 5-0-0 Lewis Blackburn 7-21-1 Joshua Buffington 5-10-0 Moses Daniel 4-4-1 Oolskiska 6-0-0 Wickett and Terrell 2-0-0 Alfred Hutson 5-10-1 George Welch 6-1-1 28 Households 162 Cherokees 231 Slaves 13 Whites Connected by marriage