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Full Blood Conveyance Record No. 2.
Transcribed by Teresa Young

BURRIS, Noah
Gleamed information from the book of FULL BLOOD CONVEYANCE RECORD NO. 2

Page 7 and Page 8.

 STATE OF OKLAHOMA.

PUSHMATAHA COUNTY

            ss

IN COUNTY COURT.

 CASE NUMBER NO. 551.

 ORDER.

 In the Matter of Approval of Deed from NOAH BURRIS and his Wife.

 To: GEORGE A. FOOSHEE and D. D. BRUNSON.

 ORDER APPROVING CONVEYANCE.

 On this the 10th day of July, 1913, came on for hearing the petition of NOAH BURRIS and his wife to have a certain deed and conveyance made and executed by the said NOAH BURRIS and his wife, on the 7th day of July, 1913, to GEO. A. FOOSHE and D. D. BRUNSON approved by this Court.

 And it appearing to the Court that the lands described an said deed were allotted to SALENA PETER as her surplus allotment; and that the said SALENA PETER was enrolled as a full blood Choctaw Indian under roll No. 11585; and that the said NOAH BURRIS was the husband of the said SALENA PETER, and the said NOAH BURRIS is a full blood Chickasaw Indian, and that the said SALENA PETER died on or about the 3rd day of April, 1908, intestate, in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma and that an administrator was appointed of said estate of the said SALENA BURRIS, whose former name was SALENA PETER, and this Court has jurisdiction of winding up the affairs of the estate of the said SALENA BURRIS (nee SALENA PETER) deceased.

 And it further appearing to the Court that at the time of the death of the said SALENA BURRIS (nee SALENA PETER), she left as her sole and surviving heirs-at-law, NOAH BURRIS, her husband and BUSTER BURRIS, her only child. And it further appearing to the Court that the District Court of Marshall County, Oklahoma, Decreed a partition of said estate on the 29th day of November, 1909, setting aside and partitioning said lands to the said NOAH BURRIS and the said BUSTER BURRIS; and that said decree of said partition was confirmed on the 18th day of April, 1910, and the same set aside and partitioned the following described land to the said NOAH BURRIS in fee simple forever, to-wit: 

The South East Quarter of the South East Quarter of the South West Quarter of Section Two, Township Four South, Range Four East; and the North West Quarter of the North West Quarter and the North Half of the South West Quarter of the North West Quarter; and the South West Quarter of the South West Quarter of the North West Quarter of Section Nine; and the East Half of the North East Quarter of Section Eight, Township Five South, Range Four East.

 And it further appearing to the Court that on the 3rd day of May, 1910, the said NOAH BURRIS, who was at that time about 26 or 27 years of age, made a deed to the said GEORGE A. FOOSHEE and D. D. BRUNSON, to the above described land for a valuable consideration, and it further appearing to the Court from the said petition of the said NOAH BURRIS filed herein, together with the records of the Dawes Commission that the said NOAH BURRIS appears to have been enrolled as of the age of 13 years on September 25th 1902, when in truth and in fact he was eight or ten years older according to his affidavits attached to his petition, and that said NOAH BURRIS asks that a new deed which he has executed in confirming his former deed and dated July 7th, 1913 he approved for the purpose of confirming his former deed..

 And it appearing to the Court that said consideration was a fair reasonable consideration for said tract of land and the same was paid in open court and said conveyance was duly made and the same should therefore be approved.

 It is therefore, considered, ordered, adjudged and decreed by the Court that the said warranty deed, made, executed and delivered on the 7th day of July, 1913, by the said NOAH BURRIS and his wife to the said GEO. A. FOOSHEE and D. D. BRUNSON be, and the same is hereby in all things approved, and the title to said lands described in said deed is hereby perfected in and to the said GEO. A. FOOSHEE and D. D. BRUNSON.

 (Signed) L. P. DAVENPORT, County Judge, Pushmataha County, Oklahoma

 Endorsed: Filed July 10, 1913

Recorded by BEULAH ALLEN 

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