US Census Rolls recorded between 1817-1924 (East of the Mississippi River)
1817 Reservations Rolls - Cherokees wanting a 640 acre tract in the East.
1817-1835 Emigration Rolls - Cherokees whom filed to emigrate to Arkansas.
1835 Henderson Roll - Cherokee Census for ALA, GA, TN, NC.
1848 Mullay Roll - Census for NC Cherokee remaining after removal.
1851 Siler Roll - Eastern Cherokee Payment Roll.
1852 Chapman Roll - Payment Roll based on Siler Roll.
1869 Swetland Roll - Authorizition of Payment for NC Cherokee
1883 Hester Roll - Eastern Cherokee Roll.
1908 Churchill Roll - Eastern Band Cherokee (Rejections etc.)
1909 Guion Miller East Roll - Eastern Cherokee Roll.
1924 Baker Roll - Current Membership Roll for Eastern Cherokee.
US Census Rolls recorded between 1851-1909 (West of the Mississippi River)
1851 Old Settlers Rolls - Cherokee Old Settlers living West prior to 1839.
1852 Drennan Roll - First Census after Trail of Tears.
1898-1914 Dawes Roll - Final Allotment Rolls.
1909 Guion Miller Roll - Entitlement Rolls for Allotments.
*Lookups are available for Dawes Roll "Plus" of 1898. These records contain the roll number, Miller Roll application number, ages & relationships. These are the final roll records for Cherokee Nation Citizens of Cherokee Blood.
**We also offer lookups in Guion Miller Roll "Plus" of 1909. These records contain information for those Cherokee on both Dawes & Miller Rolls, this includes applicants accepted and NOT ACCEPTED for claims against the federal government for treaty violations. These records are very valuable and include: Dawes Roll Number, Census Card Number, Degree of Cherokee Blood for each applicant and surname information.
When requesting a lookup please be specific on what names and records you desire a lookup on, and I will see what I can find. The Cherokee records are part of my private collection in my personal library, I do not obtain this information on-line so please don't write asking where on the internet I obtained my information.
Note: Please use the above search box provided for the Dawes Rolls to confirm an individual is present. For Guion Miller Rolls you may now search them on-line at the National Archives & Records Administration.