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

ALEXANDER, William
Gleamed information from the book of FULL BLOOD CONVEYANCE RECORD NO. 2
Page 1 and Page 2.

 STATE OF OKLAHOMA.

PUSHMATAHA COUNTY

            ss

IN COUNTY COURT.

 CASE NUMBER NO. 600.

 In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM ALEXANDER, deceased.

 ORDER.

 Now on this 24th day of January, 1914, comes LUCY COLE, nee ALEXANDER, and files and presents to the court her petition praying for an order of this Court approving and confirming a certain deed of conveyance executed by her, the said LUCY COLE, nee ALEXANDER, on the 23 day of January, 1914, to B. W. WILLIAMS, to the following described real estate, to-wit:

 The W 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Section Thirty-six (36), Township Six (6) South, Range Fifteen (15) East.

 The Court upon consideration of said petition and being well and sufficiently advised in the premises finds that WILLIAM ALEXANDER, a citizen by blood of the Choctaw Nation, duly enrolled on the Approved Tribal Rolls, opposite Roll No. 14665, was a resident of the Central District of the Indian Territory in the Antlers Court Division; that he departed this life intestate on or about the 19th day of November, 1903 at his home near Soper, in the Antlers Court Division of the Central District of the Indian Territory; that on the day of 28th day of February 1905, an administrator was duly appointed by the United States Court in the Indian Territory for the Central District at Antlers for said estate; that upon the admission of the State of Oklahoma into the Union said cause is still pending in this Court, and this Court has jurisdiction of the settlement of said estate; that the said WILLIAM ALEXANDER left surviving him his father, ALEX ALEXANDER, now deceased, and his mother, LUCY ALEXANDER, petitioner herein; that the heirs of ALEX ALEXANDER are your petitioners, ROBERT SANDERS and VISEY JOE, and they are the sole surviving heirs.

 The Court finds that the lands herein before described were allotted to the said WILLIAM ALEXANDER as his homestead allotment by the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes and patent has been duly issued thereto.  

The Court further finds that on the 23rd day of January, 1914, the said LUCY COLE, nee ALEXANDER, petitioner herein, executed to B. W. WILLIAMS her warranty deed conveying to the said B. W. WILLIAMS all her right, title and interest in the afore described real estate, for the consideration of Seven Hundred and Sixty Dollars.

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

 It is therefore considered, ordered, adjudged and decreed by the Court that said conveyance of the above described land by warranty deed on the 23rd day of January, 1914 from the said petitioner to the said B. W. WILLIAMS, his heirs and assigns, be and the same is hereby in all things approved and confirmed and declared legal and valid.

 Dated this day of 24th day of January, 1914, at Antlers, County of Pushmataha, State of Oklahoma.

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

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

 

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STATE OF OKLAHOMA.

PUSHMATAHA COUNTY

            ss

IN COUNTY COURT.

 

Case No. 599

In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM ALEXANDER, Deceased.

ORDER

Now on this 24th day of January 1914 comes ROBERT SANDERS and VISEY JOE, and files and present to the court her petition praying for an order of this court approving and confirming a certain deed of conveyance executed by them, the said ROBERT SANDERS and VISEY JOE on the 23rd day on January 1914 to R. D. WILBOR, to the following described real estate, to-wit:

The W of SW of Section Thirty six (36) Township Six (6) South, Range Fifteen (15) East

The court upon consideration of said petition and being well and sufficiently advised in the premises finds that  WILLIAM ALEXANDER, a citizen by blood of the Choctaw Nation, duly enrolled on the Approval Tribal Rolls, opposite Roll No. 14665, was a resident of the Central District of the Indian Territory in the Antlers Court Division that he departed this life intestate on or about the 19th day of November 1903 at his home near Soper, in the Antlers Court Division of the Central District of the Indian Territory; that on the 28th day of February 1905 an administrator was duly appointed by the United States Court in the Indian Territory for the Central District at Antlers for said estate; that upon the admission of the State of Oklahoma into the Union said cause was transferred by the District Court of Pushmataha County, Oklahoma, to this Court and said cause is still pending in this court, and this Court has jurisdiction of the settlement of said estate; that the said WILLIAM ALEXANDER, left surviving him his father, ALEX ALEXANDER, now deceased, and his mother, LUCY ALEXANDER; that the said ALEX ALEXANDER departed this life on or about the 27th day of September 1906 leaving as his sole surviving heirs at law, his widow, LUCY ALEXANDER, now COLE, and his brother, ROBERT SANDERS and his sister, VISEY JOE, and leaving no other surviving heirs.

The court further finds that the lands here in before described were allotted to the said WILLIAM ALEXANDER as his homestead allotment by the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes and patent has been duly issued thereto.

The Court further finds that on the 23rd day of January 1914, the said ROBERT SANDERS and VISEY JOE, petitioners herein, executed to R. D. WILBOR their warranty deed conveying to the said R. D. WILBOR all their right, title and interest in the afore described real estate, for the consideration of Four Hundred Dollars.

It is therefore considered, ordered, adjudged and decreed by the Court that said conveyance of the above described land by Warranty Deed dated the 23rd day of January 1914, from the said petitioners to the said R. D. WILBOR, his heirs and assigns, be and the same is hereby in all things approved and confirmed, and declared legal and valid.

Dated this the 24th day of January 1914 at Antlers, County of Pushmataha, Oklahoma.

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

Filed January 24, 1914

Recorded by BEULAH ALLEN

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