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STATE OF OKLAHOMA.
IN COUNTY COURT.
CASE NUMBER NO. 581
In the Matter of the Estate of JOSEPH HOTUBBEE, Deceased.
Now on this day there comes on for hearing the petition of ASIE HOTUBBEE nee MORRIS, nee HOTUBBE, praying the Court to approve petitioner's deed to A. A. RENEGAR conveying said petitioner's interest in and to 35.05 acres of land situate in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma and being a part of the allotment of JOSEPH HOTUBBEE, deceased, which said lands are specifically designated and described in said deed; and said petitioner appearing in person and said purchaser appearing and praying into Court the sum of Forty Dollars being the consideration named in said deed, and the Court having examined and considered said deed and petition and having heard the evidence offered in open Court and being fully advised in the premises finds the facts to be as in said petition set forth, to-wit:
That petitioner is a citizen by blood of the Choctaw Nation enrolled opposite No. 5704 as of the full blood; that petitioner is a daughter and one of the surviving heirs at law of said JOSEPH HOTUBBEE, deceased.
That said JOSEPH HOTUBBEE was a citizen by blood of the Choctaw Nation enrolled opposite No. 5702 as of the full blood.
That on or about the 3rd day of October 1909 the said JOSEPH HOTUBBEE, departed this life intestate at his home near Tuskahoma in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma; that at the time of his death said JOSEPH HOTUBBEE was and for many years prior thereto had been an actual resident of Pushmataha County, Oklahoma; that this Court has jurisdiction of the settlement of the estate of said JOSEPH HOTUBBEE, deceased.
That said JOSEPH HOTUBBEE left him surviving as his heirs at law the following named persons and none other; his widow NANCY HOTUBBEE and two daughters LYLES ANDERSON and ASIE HAKLOTUBBEE nee MORRIS, nee HOTUBBEE, petitioner herein; that BEN HAKLOTUBBE, one of the grantors in the above named deed is the husband of ASIE HAKLOTUBBE, nee MORRIS, nee HOTUBBEE;
That said JOSEPH HOTUBBEE died seized of the following described land, together with other lands not now in question or herein concerned, to-wit:
Lot 4 or the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section 18 in Township 2 North, Range 19 East of the Indian Base and Meridian, situate in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma;
That upon the death of said JOSEPH HOTUBBEE said lands descended to his heirs at law and become alienable;
That on the 10th day of November A. D. 1913, petitioner ASIE HAKLOTUBBE nee MORRIS nee HOTUBBEE, joined by her husband BEN HAKLOTUBBE, made and executed their certain deed of conveyance conveying all their right, title and interest in and to the said above described lands to A. A. RENEGAR for the price and sum of $40.00, which deed is now presented to this Court for approval; that petitioner has testified that she is entirely satisfied with said transaction and believes said consideration to be reasonable, and adequate and the fair value of said land and she desires to consummate said sale with the approval of this Court; and the Court being of the opinion that said sale is fair and equitable and that it will be for the best interest and proper benefit of said petitioner to approve said deed;
Now Therefore it is hereby ordered that the said deed of conveyance from the said petitioner above named to the said A. A. RENEGAR conveying the said above described 35.05 acre of land be and the same is hereby ratified, confirmed and approved and in all respects declared legal and valid.
Dated this 14th day of November 1913.
(Signed) L. P. DAVENPORT, County Judge.
Filed: November 14, 1913
Recorded by BEULAH ALLEN
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