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LOSSES OF FRIENDLY CREEKS BY THE HOSTILES

Margaret Bailey Losses by the Hostile Indians

1 Gray Mare that I had offer for he .................................. $40.00
1 Filley 2 years old ............................................................ 50.00
1 Feather Bead and Furniture ............................................ 20.00
1 Mattress and Furniture ................................................... 10.00
1 Pair of Cotton Cards ....................................................... 3.00
1 Spinning Wheel .............................................................. 5.00
4 Common Pots ............................................................... 8.50
2 Spiders .......................................................................... 3.00
1/2 dozen cups and saucers ............................................... 2.00
1/2 dozen Pewter Plates .................................................... 3.00
1/2 dozen knives and forks ................................................. 3.50
3 pailes and 1 piggin ........................................................... 3.50
1 ax .................................................................................... 3.00
1 hoe ................................................................................... 1.00
2 Acres ofd corn that was good low grounds ..................... 60.00



My losses ...................................................................... $215.50

Marg. Bailey maketh oath that the above is a true acct of property, taken and destroyed by the hostile Indians at the taking of Fort Mims where her three brothers and family were killed.

Peggy (her X mark) Bailey

Sworn before me one of the Judges of the Missippi Ter. this 25th Oct 1815

Harry Toulmin


Dickson Bailey Losses at the time

Two hundred & Sixty Head of Srock Cattle vallue at Six Dollars per Head. Six horses three of them worth one Hundred Dollars a Head the others wother Fiftey Dollars A Head Sixty Head of Hoges worth four Dollars A Head, three Negroes worth two of which worth five Hundred Dollars each the other worth One Hundred and fifty Dollars, the House Hold furniture worth two hundred Dollars, one waggon I had just Bought paid one Hundred and fifty Dollars for it.

Two Hundred & Sisty Head of Stock .................................. $1560.00
Three Horses ......................................................................... 300.00
three Do ............................................................................... 150.00
House Hold Furniture ............................................................ 200.00
one Waggon .......................................................................... 150.00
three negroes .......................................................................... 1150.00



(Total) .................................................................................. $3750.00

Sworn to by Arthur Sizemoor Administrator and brother in law of Dixon Bailey, who with his wife and children was killed in Mim's Fort.

Harry Toulmin
Judge of the Miss. Tery.

Add to the above sum of ................................................... $3750.00
12, 286 lbs seed cotton burnt in Peirces Gin by the Indians 368.50



(Total) .................................................................................. $4118.50