Blue County Court
(This section is composed of lists of cases and judgments.)
OKTVK-VLHI (Edge of Prairie)
April 27-Nalhamumma, charged with having two wives. Fined $23.00. John Folsom, Judge, Payson Hilleston, Clerk
April 28- Shikopa (Plume) & Iyahumma, charged with killing a witch. Dismissed for lack of evidence. John Folsom, Judge
September 1 and 22
Martin Folsom, charged with murder of a Chickasaw Indian. Discharged on grounds of self defense. Jackson Belvin, Judge Protem, Timothy Dwight, Clerk Protem
John Martin v. Mihachi, for divorce on grounds of being separated. Granted. Mihachi fined $30. John Folsom, Judge, Jackson Folsom, Clerk.
Simon v. Emalhinona, for divorce on grounds of being separated. Granted. Emalhihona fined $25. John Folsom, Judge, Jackson Folsom, Clerk.
David Perkins v. Humma, charged with fighting. Humma fined $6.00. T. B. Turnbull, Judge, Alfred Wright, Clerk.
Ayowvtima, petition for divorce from her husband. Granted. John Folsom, Judge.
(no names) Dispute over property consisting of a horse and a house. Settled by arbitrators Willis Wright, Wm. Scott & Ishkana
Aluma v. Kachitybbi, charged with stealing a hog. Dismissed. Wm. Hally, Judge, Payson Hilleston, Clerk
Ishtokahoya, petition for divorce on grounds of violation Old Law. Ishtokayoya fined $10.00 under Old Law and divorce granted. Jas. Harvey, Judge
Ishfalama, (case not stated). Fined $30.00 and case dismissed. Jas. Harvey, Judge
Allen v. Sally for divorce. Granted. Jas. Harvey, Judge
Joseph v. Samuel Houston, charged with killing a Choctaw. Defendant pleaded self-defense. Dismissed for insufficient evidence by jury, submitted to judge for consideration. Jas. Harvey, Judge
Emahoke, wife, Kachitvbbi, husband, divorce case. Divorce granted. Emahoke fined $25.00. Jas. Harvey, Judge
Jim v. Adam, dispute over property. Decision by arbitrators: Solomon Archabald & Senti Nowa (Walking Snake) that Jim & Adam share equally. Approved by Judge John Folsom.
Tanvpiahishi v. Kowi, charged with stealing a hog. Dismissed for lack of evidence. Jas. Carroll, Judge, Sylvester Durant, attorney for Kowi and Attorney Johnson (son of Chief Pushmataha) attorney for Tanvpiahishi.