To get copy of the allotment patent land record, write to:
and send stamped self addressed envelope, cost $1.00 per page.
Pushmataha County Courthouse
302 S.W. B. St.
Antlers, OK. 74523
Phone: (580) 298-3626
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Just write down that you want copy of this for example:
Patty Jackson, page 18 from the book of 'Allotment Patent Book 1'.
The name of the book and page number is what important.
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Here is to show you what allotment patent land record look
like on Patty Jackson, page 18.
ALLOTMENT PATENT NO. 6391
ROLL NO. 5210 - Choctaw by Blood
Date of Certificate: November 4, 1903
THE CHOCTAW AND CHICKASAW NATIONS, INDIAN TERRITORY
To All to Whom These Presents Shall Come ---- Greetings:
WHEREAS, By the Act of Congress, approved July 1, 1902, (32 Stat.641) and
ratified by the citizens of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations September 25,
1902, it was provided that there should be alloted, by the Commission to the
Five Civilized Tribes, to each citizen of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations,
land equal in value to three hundred and twenty acres of the average
allotable lands of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations; and, WHEREAS, it was
provided by said Act of Congress that each member of said Tribes shall, at
the time of the selection of his allotments, designate, or have selected and
designated for him, from his allotment, land equal in value to one hundred
and sixty acres of the average allotable land of the Choctaw and Chickasaw
Nations, as nearby as may be, as a homestead, for which separate certificate
and patent shall issue; and WHEREAS, The said Commission to the Five
Civilized Tribes has certified that the land hereinafter described has been
selected by or on behalf of PATSY JACKSON a citizen of the CHOCTAW Nation,
as an allotment, exclusive of land equal in value to one hundred and sixty
acres of the average allotable lands of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations
selected as a homestead as aforesaid.
NOW THEREFORE, We, the undersigned, the Prinicipal Chief of the Choctaw
Nation and the Governor of the Chickasaw Nation, by virtue of the power and
authority vested in us by the twenty-ninth section of the Act of Congres of
the United States, approved June 28, 1908, (30 Stat.495) have granted and
conveyed, and by these presents do grant and convey unto the said PATSY
JACKSON all the right, title and interest of the Choctaw and Chickasaw
Nations, and of all other citizens of said Nations, in and to the following
described land, viz:
THE SOUTH EAST QUARTER and the EAST HALF of the SOUTH EAST QUARTER of the
SOUTH WEST QUARTER of SECTION THIRTY-FIVE (35). TOWNSHIP THREE (3) SOUTH and
RANGE 15 EAST. (Choctaw Nation) of the Indian Base and Meridian, in Indian
Territory, containing ONE HUNDRED and EIGHTY (180) acres, more or less, as
the case may be, according to the United State survey thereof, subject,
however, to the provisions of the Act of Congress, approved July 1, 1902,
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We, the Principal Chief of the Choctaw Nation and the
Governor of the Chickasaw Nation, have hereinto set our hands and caused the
great seal of our respective Nations to be affixed of the dates hereinafter
Date: August 30, 1905 (Seal) Signed by Green McCurtain, Principal Chief of
the Choctaw Nation.
Date: October 3, 1905 (Seal) Signed by Douglas H. Johnson, Governor of the
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Filed for record: November 9, 1905. Signed by W. E. Johnson, Deputy, Reg. of
Deeds: Pushmataha County.
Approved: November 18, 1905. Signed by Ethaw A. Hitchcock, Secretary. By
Oliver A. Phelps, Clerk.
Please note the pages that shows the following:
Simplin Frazier, page 143. Page marked out 'X'. Said 'See Book No. 2
Claud E. McCoy, page 217. No land description, allotted no land.
Peter Morris, page 201. Page marked out 'X'.
Louie Shoat, page 441. Page marked out 'Void'.
James Thomas, page 165. Page marked out 'X'.
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