Blue County, Choctaw Nation
May 5, 1902
To whom these present shall come, greeting: Know ye that the County and Probate court of Blue County, Choctaw Nations convened in regular session at Caddo, Indian Territory, the seat of Justice on May 5, 1902, all officers present. J. H. Goforth, Judge, J. W. Durant, Sheriff, and F. Manning, Deputy Sheriff.
The John Duncan case was before the court to prove the one brown mare branded C. D. on the hip, posted by Kenwood Fourtry(?) and in possession of Jack Bicy. The mare is between 4 and 5 years old. Statement of William Johnson in regards to the mare and also of Harris Field in regards to the mare proved to be satisfactory and the said property was ordered to be turned over to Robert Duncan.
Petition of Sallie Williams, Guardian of Esther Durant and Han Durant, minors and Mrs. Elvira Kemp to sell one place, situated west of Caddo on Blue for the sum of $40.00 for the benefit of the children known as Esther Durant and Han Durant and also, Mrs. Elvira Kemp. The said petition was granted.
The account against Minnie Good by M. A. Odell for taking care of Minnie Good from September 10th 1901 to Feb. 13th 1902 at $7.50 per month. The Judge ruled that he pay 4 months board, allowed in the amount of $32.00. The said account was granted.
The T. J. Morris case was in the court to prove one yearling. Witness Auston Perry, posted by Wheeler Butler; the evidence being sufficient the yearling was ordered turned over.
Petition of A. G. Butler asking for letters of guardianship over Czrene Brown, Matt Brown, Cornelius Brown, David Brown, and Mary Brown. The above petition being disapproved.
The court adjourned to the first Monday in June. F. E. Folsom, Clerk.