Henderson Roll – Cherokee Census of 1835

This Roll is also called the Trail of Tears Roll.

The Henderson Roll or Rolls of 1835 is a listing of 16,000 Cherokees living in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, & North Carolina to be removed to Oklahoma, per Treaty New Echota.

It was taken in the months leading up to the conclusion of the Treaty of New Echota in December 1835. It lists more than 900 heads of household, with statistical information about each family, including number of people by blood percentage, number of slaves, and farm capacity. The census is organized by state, county, and watercourse, providing the general area where each family lived.

The link below is a transcribed full version of the roll.  It’s otherwise only available in surname summary, or on microfilm, or transcribed in a book.  There is an index at the end of this document but there are also 2 indexed within the document after each state.

https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE1988300

Thank you to Yvonne for this valuable link.

A listing of all of the Rolls:

http://cherokeeregistry.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=387&Itemid=582

Many rolls transcribed and in print:

http://www.cherokeeroots.com/

By state, by surname only.

http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/1835-henderson-roll.htm

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