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

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

Page 19 and Page 20






 In the Matter of the Estate of SUSAN NELSON and LAYMON GIBSON, Deceased.


 Now on this 6th day of September 1913, comes GABRIAL NELSON 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 to A. J. MARR of the 16th day of January 1913 to the following described real estate to-wit:

 E 1/2 of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 34 and W 1/2 of NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 35, Township 4 South, Range 15 East of the Indian Base and Meridian and containing 40 acres more or less according to the United States survey thereof.

 And the court upon consideration of said petition and being fully advised in the premises finds that one SUSAN NELSON a full blood Choctaw Indian who appears upon the final rolls of Choctaw Indians by blood opposite number 15043 and a resident of that portion of Indian Territory now embraced in Pushmataha County, State of Oklahoma, on or about the 1st day of December 1904, died intestate at her residence near Antlers, seized of the lands above described, which said lands were a portion of the lands allotted to her by the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations as a homestead and conveyed to her by homestead patent, and that the said SUSAN NELSON at the time of her death was the owner in fee simple of the above described lands.

 The court further finds that at the time of her death said SUSAN NELSON left surviving her as her only heirs at law her two sons JOHNSON LEWIS and LAYMON GIBSON who inherited the fee simple to her real estate and her husband GABRIEL NELSON who inherited a life estate in her estate.

 The court further finds that the real estate belonging to said SUSAN NELSON deceased was by order of the United States Court for the Central District if the Indian Territory at Antlers, partitioned and that the real estate set aside and partioned to between JOHNSON LEWIS, by the commissioners appointed by the court to make said partition.

 The Court further finds that a decree was entered by the said United States Court approving and confirming the action of said commissioners in making said partition.

 The Court further finds that on or about the 3rd day of December 1909 LAYMON GIBSON died intestate, unmarried and without issue at Antlers in Pushmataha County, State of Oklahoma and that he was a resident of Pushmataha County, State of Oklahoma at the time of his death.

 The Court further finds that LAYMON GIBSON appears upon the final rolls of Choctaw Indians by blood opposite Number 5044; That at the time of his death he was the owner in fee simple of the lands here in before described.

 That the said LAYMON GIBSON left surviving him as his only heir at law his father GABRIEL NELSON.

 The Court further finds that on the 16th day of January 1913, the said petitioner executed to A. J. MARR for and in consideration of the sum of Six Hundred and Twenty Five Dollars cash in hand to him paid, a certain warranty deed to the above described real estate.

 The Court further finds that the said deed was duly signed and acknowledged by the said petitioner, and that the consideration for the said deed is fully paid, and that the same is reasonable, adequate and wholly satisfactory to the said petitioner, and that the conveyance of the said real estate to the said A. J. MARR should be in all things approved and confirmed.

 It is therefore by the court considered, ordered and adjudged that the said conveyance of said above described real estate by warranty deed dated the 16th day of January 1913 from the said petitioner to the said A. J. MARR, his heirs and assigns be and the same is hereby approved and confirmed and declared legal and valid.

 Dated this 6th day of September 1913 at Antlers, Pushmataha County, State of Oklahoma.

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

 Filed September 6, 1913

Recorded by BEULAH ALLEN

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