Deputy Surveyors of the North East part of the Alabama Territory, 1832.

Surveyor Sworn In
James M. Drake 27 January 1832
William J. Mason 27 February 1832
Benjamin Harris 17 March 1832
Lewis Tucker 20 March 1832
Robert D. Harris 20 March 1832
John C. Harris 20 March 1832
Richard S. Coffee 21 March 1832
Volney Peel 21 March 1832
William Weakley 24 March 1832
Thomas T. Hayes 12 April 1832
Eli S. Thornton 14 May 1832
Ruffin Coleman 5 June 1832
William Edmondson 5 June 1832
Jesse B. Clements 9 June 1832
Benjamin Clements 9 June 1832
LeRoy May 11 June 1832
Washington T. May 11 June 1832
George W. Higgins 11 June 1832
Elijah Hansbrough 11 June 1832
William M. Marr 14 June 1832
Henry Minor, Jr. 14 June 1832
Jefferson Peel 15 June 1832
Washington Allen 16 June 1832
James Woodruff 16 June 1832
Andrew J. Crawford 19 June 1832
Wallace Estill 19 June 1832
John S. Doxey 30 June 1832
John N. LeGrand 26 June 1832
John Ralston 26 June 1832
Almarin R. Williford 2 July 1832
Benjamin C. Lansdale 2 July 1832
William B. Fant 5 July 1832
John Howard 5 July 1832
Urban J. Whitehead 5 July 1832
Alexander N. Culloch 7 July 1832
Olsimes Kindrick 9 July 1832
James E. Mathews 9 July 1832
John H. Brodnax 9 July 1832
John D. Broadford 13 July 1832
Samuel Craig 16 July 1832
James W. Drake 16 July 1832
David C. Mitchell 16 July 1832
William B.G. Killingsworth 20 July 1832
William Weakley 20 July 1832
Calvin Henderson 21 July 1832
Robert D. Harris 30 August 1832
Andrew J. Edmondson 31 August 1832
Thomas J. Coffee 10 September 1832
John Chisholm 10 September 1832
Richard S. Coffee 10 September 1832
Jonathan Cunningham 10 September 1832
Volney Peel 10 September 1832
William B. Vinson 10 September 1832
Herndon Lee Henderson 11 September 1832
Benjamin Harris 12 September 1832
William Harris 12 September 1832
Albert McGrigor 13 September 1832
John C. Harris 14 September 1832
Peter Le Grand 14 September 1832
Ephraim B. M Lean 14 September 1832
Lewis Tucker 14 September 1832
Isaac Rutledge 20 November 1832

Letters and Surveying Contracts Received by the General Land Office from the Surveyor General for Alabama 1817-1832, (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1325, roll 1), Records of the General Land Office, Record Group 49, National Archives Building, Washington, DC.

More information about American Public Lands can be found in the book:

The Land Office Business: The Settlement and Administration of American Public Lands, 1789-1837

More information about Indian Allotment and the Public Land System in Alabama can be found in the book:

Redskins Ruffleshirts and Rednecks: Indian Allotments in Alabama and Mississippi, 1830-1860

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