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STATE OF OKLAHOMA.
IN COUNTY COURT.
CASE NUMBER NO. 582
In the Matter of the Estate of ESIAS BACON, Deceased.
Now on this 17th day of November 1913, comes GEORGE BACON, and files and presents to the Court his petition praying for an order of the Court approving and confirming a certain deed of conveyance executed by him, the said GEORGE BACON, to the assign of JOHN W. BURGOYNE, deceased, on the 14th day of November 1913, to the following described real estate, to-wit:
The NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 and S 1/2 of NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 and N 1/2 of SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section Four (4) Township Five (5) North, Range Seven (7) West, being of the Government appraised value of $500.00.
And the Court upon consideration of said petition and being fully advised in the premises finds:
That ESIAS BACON was a full blood Choctaw Indian, duly enrolled on the Approval Tribal roll of Choctaws, opposite Roll No. 5554 and was a resident of that portion of the Indian Territory embraced in the Antlers Court Division of the Central District, now embraced within Pushmataha County, Oklahoma; and that on the 28th day of May 1905 the said ESIAS BACON died intestate seized of the lands above described, which said lands were allotted to him by the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations as his allotment other than homestead, and conveyed to him by allotment patent; that said ESIAS BACON was at the time of his death the owner of the fee simple interest in the above described lands.
The Court further finds that an administrator was duly appointed of said estate by the United States in the Indian Territory for the Central District at Antlers in the year 1905 and said cause is now pending in this Court.
The Court further finds that said petitioner is the father of the said ESIAS BACON and is the owner of an undivided one-half interest, subject to the dower rights of his wife, in said land.
The Court further finds that on the 27th day of July 1908 the petitioner herein executed a warranty deed to said land to JOHN W. BURGOYNE, now deceased, for the consideration of Three Hundred Dollars, on the 11th day of December 1908 said deed was regularly approved by this Court, and it now appearing that there was a defect in the acknowledgement of said deed and the deed now presented for approval has been executed for the purpose of correcting said deed of July 27th, 1908; and it appearing that JOHN W. BURGOYNE is now deceased and his heirs have conveyed all their interest in said land to D. C. PATTERSON; and the Court further finds that on the 14th day of November 1913 the said petitioner executed a deed to D. C. PATTERSON, as aforesaid, in consideration of the sum of Three Hundred Dollars herefore paid and an additional consideration now paid, and that the deed was duly signed and acknowledged by the petitioner, and that the consideration of said deed is fully paid and same is reasonable, adequate and wholly satisfactory to petitioner; and finds further that said conveyance of the real estate to the said D. C. PATTERSON should be in all things approved and confirmed.
It is therefore considered, ordered, adjudged and decreed by the Court that the said conveyance of the above described land by warranty deed, dated the 14th day of November 1913, by said petitioner to the said D. C. PATTERSON, his heirs and assigns, be and the same is hereby in all things approved and confirmed and declared legal and valid.
Dated this 17h day of November 1913, at Antlers, Pushmataha County, Oklahoma
(Signed) L. P. DAVENPORT, Judge of the County Court.
Recorded by BEULAH ALLEN
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