ExploreSouthernHistory.com - 1833 Native American Census for Jackson County, FL
ExploreSouthernHistory.com - 1833 Native American Census for Jackson County, FL
Natural Bridge of the Chipola
The unique natural bridge at
Florida Caverns State Park
was crossed by an important
Native American trail.
Rock Shelter
Natural rock shelters, like this
one at Florida Caverns State
Park, were used by Native
American hunting parties.
Jackson's March of 1818
Legend holds that caves at
Florida Caverns State Park
were used as hiding places
by Native American's during
Andrew Jackson's march.
Native Americans in Jackson County - 1833 Census
The 1833 Native American Census
In 1833, the Federal government conducted a census of the Native Americans living in villages
in what is now Jackson County, Florida. This important census lists Native Americans reported
living in the county at that time wit their names, ages and villages.

The list is from the appendices of
The History of Jackson County, Florida: Volume One.

I have changed some of the spellings from the original census to better identify the individuals
by their name and/or status. In addition, please note that I am not using modern Muscogee
spelling because these individuals were not all of Muscogee derivation. The Native Americans
living in Jackson County in 1833 could almost all be considered Creeks, but many were from
branches other than Muscogee.  There were a number of Hitchiti and Yuchi, for example, and
their pronunciations and spellings were often different from Muscogee.
.

Census of Econchattimico’s Town  (North of Sneads at Apalachee Wildlife Mgt. Area)
Native Hardwood Forest
The forests of Jackson
County provided rich hunting
and gathering grounds for the
area's Native Americans.
Name

Econchattimico
Coosa Hatchee
Hopoi Tustenuggee
Okillas Eneah
Capixta Tustenuggee
Fulma Hadjo
Joe Miller
Tommy Yahola
Luppe Mico
Occoskee
Conippe Emathla
Noccooselee
Charlee Hadjo
Tustenugee Jule
Wacce Holata
Efie Emathla
Tallafixico
Emathlochee
Opothleyahola
Coosa
Chemastee
Eneah Locoochee
Shogan
Talmasee
\Oakmulgee
Oakmulgee (2)
Eneah Fixico
George
Tommy Tustenuggee
Ohowa
Melowee
Hucke Lustee
Micco Poilga
Ohoy Emathla
Cotche Fixico
Ochusee Hadjo
Emathla
Allatchee
Fixico
Ekanchatte
Metahakee
Nomithliga
Foos Hadjo
Possac Hadjo
Succaluthchee
Sopinee
Sampea
John Blue
Johnny
Samhootchee
Pimpooitchee
Tomochee
Maichee
Chalkoo
Laboola
Holomagachee
Scarholochee
Harry
Sammy
Senatchee
Status

Head Chief
Tustenuggee
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior

Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Boy
Boy
Boy
Boy
Wives

2
1
1

1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1



1
1
1


1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1
1

1





1


1
Children


2
2

2
2
1
2

2
3
1
1


3
3
2
2
1
1
2



1


2




2


2

1



1






1
1
1


1
TOTAL:       Men and Boys:       61
       Wives:                      30
       Children:                 46
Census of Choconicla (East of Sneads, just north of Gulf Power Plant)
Name

John Yellow Hair
Yohola Heyo
Conipehola
Tallassee Emathla
Lathla Yahola
Mulatto King
Cotcha Hajochee
Coosa Hadjo
Conip Hadjo
Tust. Cochochinickee
Yaholatehee
Citchosee
Nocosa Chopco
Nocosa Hadjo
Hitchiti Emathla
Nocoshoochie
Chowastia
Yahaja
Charley
Fushadjo
Chatto Hadjo
Isaac
Insapa
Insapa Hadjo
John Attaway
Michochee
Assahe
Sampson
Lewis
Jacob His Son
Untulla
Amattaha
Siaboska
Tony
Hietska
Tommy
Clemmy
Charley
Tepiga
Sucky
Parney
Murkay
Mahoneesehay
Aischasehy
Davy
Poty
Wisey
Attun
Tustallee
Sunday
Josiah
Weeky
Tohole
Conappee
Ben
Folotiga
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Status

Head Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Boy
Boy
Boy
Boy
Boy
Boy
Boy
Boy
Boy
Widow of frm. chief
Widow
Widow
Widow
Widow
Widow
Free Black
Free Black
Free Black
Free black
Wives

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1



1
1
1

1

1
1



1



1
1
1
Children



4
1
3
1
2

1
1

1






2

2




2

4



2
TOTAL:       Men and Boys:       55
       Wives:                      23
       Children:                 26
       Free Blacks:              4
Census of Attapulgas Town (Refugees from Georgia, adjacent to Choconicla)
Name

Tustenuggee Hadjo
Paos Tustenuggee
Yatta Hadjo
Contala Emathla
Echo Emathlacha
Tusekee Hadjo
Cotchaluthu
Pocheese*
Lemalitchu Tustenugee
Peivathla
Leochee
Lioffeca
Loafchinca*
Halatca*
Chebana*
Toney
Natta
Wilsey
Chepanee
Tommy
Tinca
Op Relago**
Allegee**
Phillip**
Lepothka**
Osika
Pumaka**
Aunocha
Nocosoochokinechee
Sammy
Punta
Muttathlega
Istochee
Chefuiar Hadjo
Occathla
Stimmut Lathlagee
Oawithlaga*
Cotchetia
Jayaka
Semissa
Nittia
Jimmessa
Infotata
Tachifea
Wakiga
Emathlachee
Toby
Johung
Simkanie
Sammy
Yatta Hadjo
Totcheleg
Chefranee
Hathee
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Status

Head Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Second Chief
Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Young Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Young Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Young Warrior
Child
Child
Warrior
Warrior
Child
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Boy
Boy
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Warrior
Boy
Boy
Boy
Widow
Widow
Widow
Widow
Widow
Widow
Widow
Wives

2

1
1
1
1
1


1





1



1
1




1

1
1




1





1


1

1
1


1
1
1
Children

2

1

1

1


1















1


1



2
2





1





1

1
2
*African American
**Creek Refugee

TOTAL:        Men and Boys:      54
        Wives:                     22
        Children:                 15
        Widows:                    7
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