1825 Mission Report Upper Sandusky Scholar Report

Modified on Friday, 10 June 2011 02:31 PM by Patricia Hamp — Categorized as: Schools

Upper Sandusky – school was vacant due to illness

Detroit Dec. 11, 1825


Report by Judge Leib respecting the condition of the Missionary Establishments at Upper Sandusky and at the Miami.
Dated October 1st, 1825


A list of scholars belonging to the Missionary school at Upper Sandusky O. with their ages, their degree of mixture of white blood, and present state of advancement.

No.SurnameGivenAgeBloodState of Advancement
1HICKSFrancis A.18wholeReading Writing
2DRIVERIsaac P.17wholeReading Writing
3FINLEYJames B.14wholeReading Writing
4ARMSTRONGJohn M.11quarterReading Writing Arithmetic
5WALKERJoel12quarterReading Writing Arithmetic
6YONGJacob18wholeReading Writing Arithmetic
7PELHAMPeter11wholeSpelling Reading
8McKENDREWWilliam15wholeReading Writing
9HILLJoshua L.11wholeSpelling Reading
10GEORGEEnoch14wholeReading Writing
11WALKERMatthew16quarterReading Writing Arithmetic
12ARMSTRONGSilas17quarterReading Writing Arithmetic
13WRIGHTGeorge16halfReading Writing
14FOWLERJames13wholeReading Writing
15ROBERTSRobert R.15wholeReading Writing
16ELLIOTTCharles16wholeSpelling Reading
17CLARKGeorge22quarterReading Writing Arithmetic
18McKEEThomas17halfReading Writing Arithmetic
19CLARKThomas17quarterReading Writing Arithmetic
20CLARKWilliam15quarterReading Writing Arithmetic
21McLEANJohn20wholeReading Writing
22COTTERAnthony9quarterSpelling Reading
23COTTERFrancis7quarterSpelling Reading
24GOULDAnthony10wholeSpelling Reading
25GIBSONJohn15wholeSpelling
26WARPOLEHenry W.10wholeSpelling
27JOHNSTONJohn14wholeSpelling
28SUMMERFIELDJohn10wholeSpelling
29MUD EATERMatthew10wholeSpelling
30REECERichard15wholeSpelling
31WHATCOATRichard8wholeSpelling
32ELLISMichael5wholeSpelling
33HICKSJohn20wholeSpelling
34WESLEYJohn4halfA.B.C.
1WRIGHTSarah18halfReading Writing
2GRAY EYESMargaretta13wholeSpelling Reading
3RUNUNESSMaria15wholeReading Writing
4BROOKEEliza16wholeReading Writing
5WARPOLECatharine6wholeReading
6ELLIOTTMargaretta11wholeSpelling
7WASHINGTONMaurice15wholeReading Writing-listed with females
8YOUNGRuth17wholeReading Writing
9FLETCHERMary7wholeReading Writing
10POINTERNancy10halfReading Writing-mother a Delaware father a Black man.
11ADAMSSusan10wholeReading
12DRIVERCatharine9wholeSpelling
13HOPKINSJulia9wholeSpelling
14REEVESNancy10halfSpelling
15MUD EATERMary13wholeSpelling
16HOOPERMary13wholeSpelling
17MUD EATERTaressa11wholeSpelling
18PIPEMary4halfSpelling
19HARSBERGEREliza J.7wholeSpelling
20MILLERMary J.6wholeSpelling
21ARMSTRONGCatharine9quarterSpelling Reading
22WASHINGTONMary12wholeReading Writing

Names of men Engaged as Labourers etc.


SOURCE: Michigan Superintendency
Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs 1824-1851
National Archives Microfilm Publications M234 Roll 419 1824-1827


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