As best as I can:
Choctaw Deed 1836, Jasper Co. Ms.
Found 2006 in Scott Co. Ms. Courthouse
The State of Mississippi
Whereas we the undersigned Native Choctaws of the State of Mississippi are entitled to land under and by virtue of the fourteenth article of the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit c___ and wherein we have employed agents to locate and obtain said lands for us from the government of the United States – Now be it known to all persons that we the undersigned in consideration of the sum of one Dollar….hand paid for the promises and covenants and agreements hereinafter named …and each of us have bargained, sold assigned transferred & set over? And so by their presents, bargain, sell, assign, transfer and set over to Daniel P. Johnston his heirs & assigns to the said undivided half part of all the lands, reservations and (floats?) Which we now may at any time hereafter obtain under and by virtue of said fourteenth article of said treaty And also all the right title & interest claim whatsoever both in law & ___ we have or at any time hereafter, of in or to said undivided half part of said lands, reservation or floats & in consideration thereof the said Daniel P. Johnston agrees to pay us at the rate of one dollar & twenty-five cents per acre for each & every acre of said land which they shall obtain from us & to which we ____execute? deliver good & sufficient titles, so soon as said titles are executed & delivered as aforesaid & we the undersigned each of us having good faith & confidence in the ability honesty & integrity of our friend & neighbor Ichabod Kelly? of Jasper County & State aforesaid, in consideration of the promises to carry into effect the above named contract we & each of us do nominate constitute & appoint him our agent & attorney in fact to make execute & deliver to the said Daniel P. Johnston his heirs & assigns good & sufficient titles with warrantee to the lands, reservations or floats aforesaid, which we may obtain under & by virtue of said treaty & further to do & perform all acts & execute & deliver all instruments Using our seals & signatures, which may be necessary to carry into full effect this contract & to secure to the said Daniel P. Johnston good & suficient titles to said undivided half part of lands & to apply ask for demand & receive from all & every or any person or persons any patents, certification receipts or other evidences of titles & the same to transfer to the said Daniel P. Johnston his heirs & assigns – and further receive from the said Daniel P. Johnston such instruments as may be necessary to secure to us the payments of one Dollar twenty-five cents per acre for each & every acre of land which the said Daniel P. Johnston may obtain from us and to which they received good & sufficient titles The same to hold subject to our order, hereby notifying & confirming all whatever our said attorney shall lawfully do in & ab— the promises by virtue hereof and we & each of us do hereby revoke & annul & repeal all letter or letters, power or powers of attorney which we may at anytime heretofore have given to any person or persons whatsoever & we & each of us declare the same to be null & void – In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands & affixed our seals this the 7th day of July 1836
Signed sealed & delivered P(a?).sha.thak.o
In the presence of Ah.cha.to.nubbe
W.A. White (L?)o.Pa.No.Cha.
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State of Mississippi
Personally appeared before me Robert James a Justice of the Peace in & for said county William A. White who is a subscribing witness to the within article of agreement & made oath that he saw the within named Choctaw Indians assign the same to Daniel P. Johnson for the purposes therein mentioned.
Sworn to before me W.A. White
This 3rd August 1836.
Robert James J.P.
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