you might have to contact the tribe about results since it is a court case.
it appears this document expressed the disposition.
Copy Of Order Of Court
United States Of America.
Indian Territory, central district, ss:
In the United States court in the Indian Territory, central district, at a term thereof begun and held at South McAlester, in the Indian Territory, on the 11th day of September. A. D. 1897.
Present: The Hon. William H. H. Clayton, judge of said court.
The following order was made and entered of record, to wit:
Jas. J. Bennight et al. v. Choctaw Nation. No. 62. Judgment.
it appears to me that most of the family were accepted and some were denied because they didn’t have residency.
but you should check with the tribe because court dispositions were not part of the dawes roll taken 1896-1906 in oklahoma/indian territory. the dawes roll only lists applicants to the five major tribe of oklahoma. while some people had enrollment #’s, it cannot be depended upon regarding any court case.
i am just a volunteer and not affiliated with the tribe.
suzanne hamlet shatto