Blue County Court, Pushmataha District
April 4, 1855
John Humma, who filed a suit against Ahoyotvbbi, lost his case. He is required to pay the fees of jurors and witnesses in the sum of $6.65. The names of the jurors are as follows: Wall McKan, Nahlahoma, Lawitabi, Charles Shiko, Hoyabi, Timothy Byington, Thomas.
April 5, 1855-Nitvekeshvbbi lost a law suit which be filed against Tanvpishvbbi. Therefore he is required to pay the cost in the sum of $4.12. Names of witnesses: Phelixson, Job Nelson, and Hopali.
May 1, 1855- After carefully considering various laws on the matter now before the court, and failing to find, to our satisfaction, the law which would cover this case, we the jury of seven agree and recommend that the case be dismissed. Ishettimalahoke vs. Tahona. Witnesses: Thomas, Tahoke, Ilatonvbbi, and Nitvkaya. William Stewart, Judge, E. Bohanan, Clerk
May 9, 1855-Now the committee of three to whom was submitted the matter of killing stock concluded as follows: The value of stock killed at $25.00. We fined the defendant $12.50. The one whose stock was killed will be paid sad sum of $12.50. Thomas H. Benton, Chairman for the Committee. Clerk, E. H. Bohanan.
June 8, 1855-We the jury of seven, appointed to investigate the case, after examination, found according to law that Sally is entitled to the property consisting of one yoke of oxen, one horse, two cows, and calves, which we ordered be delivered to her. Judge, William Stewart (Index shows this case as Sally Cooper vs. Kvikki.)
Chief Sakitabi and Kahimatabi, who are charged with stealing and selling a horse, are proven guilty as charged in the County Court and are committed to the District Court to be tried.
July 16, 1855-Know all to whom it may concern that I, Fisher Durant, Guradian of tow minors, namely Chak and Louisa Durant, this day submit my bond, that if I misappropriate the property of my wards, I will replace the amount equal to the amount so misappropriated, with the assistance of Silvester Durant, whom I designate as my security. We sign our names, Fisher Durant and Silvester Durant, security. Approved by the Judge, Wm. Stewart, of Blue County.
December 13, 1855- Jury and witness in the case of lawsuit between Nancy Washington and Samuel Hunter. Witness Falamontvbbi, whose home is twenty miles, is entitled to $4.80.