Court Minutes, Blue County, Choctaw Nation, CTN 25, Vol. II
Probates, Marriages, Guardianships, Inventories, and Miscellaneous Records
Will No. 11, Page 120 Skullyville County, Moshole-tobbe District
Will of Solomon R. Jones.
December 6, 1861
Be it known to all whom these presents concern, this is my last Will.
I, Solomon Jones, being of sound body and mind, bequeath to my younger brothers all of my possessions consisting of horses, cattle, cooking utensils, table and bed. I also desire you shall have all of my hogs. You are married and I give these to assist you. I desire you shall have the place I bought from Billy Field. If I should die and fail to return home, I desire that you should possess all of my property without interference from anyone. I desire this as my last will be carried out. Solomon R. Jones. (Read and signed by Jackson Nitvkachi and Edmond Loring.)
Will of John Martin
December 4, 1866
I, John Martin, resident of Blue County, make this my last Will, as I am in bed sick; I desire to leave my two children to John Dawson. I bequeath to my two children three horses. I wish my home and all farming implements be sold. The proceeds to be used in payment of my debts. I make this as my last Will in presence of witness, Asa King, Joseph King, and Daniel Daily, Clerk.
Will of Kauchihoke, Blue County, Choctaw Nation, Pushmataha District
February 2, 1867
I have been sick for a long time and weak in body, but I have a good and sound mind. While I have a good memory I desire to make my last Will according to the law.
Be it known to all whom these presents concern, that I, Kauchihoke, bequeath to my husband Jackson Hopaiiyetobbi all of my possessions as follows: one kettle, skillet, one cow and calf, one set of dishes, one chair and two small chairs, one set of harness. After I am dead I desire that the purpose of my will be carried out. Kauchihoke. Witnesses, Isreal George, Ben McCan. Approved April 6, 1867, Fellen Walli, County and Probate Judge of Blue County, Choctaw Nation. Recorded 12th day of April 1867, Simeon Levi, clerk.