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Record of Wills - No. 1
WILL OF JAMES BROWN
Know all men by these present, that I James Brown, citizen of the Choctaw Nation and reside in Red River County, have this 23 day of February A. D. 1904, turn over all my property unto the one John Lemon and his son Hudson Lemon as follows property described, to-wit:
House and house furniture; All the cows which are belong to me. All hogs that belong to me, homestead land and surplus, and all the estate which are now belong to me, and will ever be after hereof.
Now therefore the said John Lemon and his son Hudson Lemon will be real owner of the said properties as above described.
As I have perform real will unto the said John Lemon and Hudson Lemon.
Giving under my hand this 23 day of February 1904.
Signed by James Brown.
Sworn to and subscribed before me on this 6th day of June 1904.
R. A. Taylor, County Judge
Filed this June 6th, 1904.
P. J. Thomas, County Clerk
PROOF OF WILL
United States of America
Indian Territory, Central Judicial Division
Personally appeared before me E. J. Fannin, Clerk of the United States Court in the Indian Territory and Judicial Division aforesaid Willie James, Laster Jackson and Isaac Thompson to me well known, who being duly sworn say; That they are the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing instrument of writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of James Brown, deceased, that said instrument was executed at the time, place and by the person therein named; that said James Brown the Testator was at the time of signing said instrument upwards of twenty-one years of age, and of sound and disposing mind and memory, and that in the presence of both of these affiants he declared it to be his last will and testament, and subscribed his name thereto in the presence of both of these affiants; that at the request of said Testator said affiants wrote their names to his said will in his presence and in the presence of each of each other; that the subscription to the foregoing instrument of writing are genuine, and that said instrument which is hereto attached is the identical one that affiants so witnessed and saw the said James Brown sign.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of December A. D. 1904.
E. J. Fannin, Clerk
By Jos R. Foltz, Deputy
Filed for record December 14, 1904.
Probated in Open Court December 17, 1904.
Executors Record 1, Page 3.
E. J. Fannin, US Clerk
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