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About McKee Moshulatubbee King
According to deposition of McKee King in 1875, Moshulatubbee, his father, left Memphis, Tennessee with his entire family and emigrated to Indian Territory in 1833, losing all his money and possessions. He came with his wife, McKee, Hiram, Charles and Susan King (his only living children) plus four other women. In 1875, his sole heirs were McKee King, Charles King's children Davis King and Lucy King Bohannan, and six children of Susan King Cooper: Henry, Alexander, Caldwell, Israel, Thompson and Stephen.
To McKee King and the heirs of Charles King Dec'd and heirs of Susan Cooper formerly Susan King Dec'd as sole surviving heirs of Mosholatubbee Dec'd.
On this 8th day of July A.D. 1875 personally appeared before me Tandy Walker Chief Commissioner of the Court of Claims for Mosholatubbee District Choctaw Nation... McKee King aged about sixty-two years who being first duly sworn according to law declares that he is one of the parties whose name appears upon the above & foregoing account and that he is a Son of Musholatubbee Dec'd and that Davis King and Lucy King are the heirs of Charles King Dec'd who was also a Son of said Musholatubbee Dec'd and that Henry, Alexander, Caldwell, Israel, Thompson and Steven Cooper are the surviving heirs of Susan Cooper formerly Susan King who was a daughter of the said Musholatubbee Dec'd, that he and the heirs of Charles King & Susan Cooper formerly Susan King herein mentioned are the sole Surviving heirs of the said Musholatubbe Dec'd except Tecumseh King who was born in this nation, that he & they are citizens of the Choctaw Nation that said account is just and correct... and the sum of six thousand six hundred and ninety dollars and twenty five cents is justly due him and the heirs mentioned herein that the said Musholatubbee now Dec'd and wife and Hiram & Charles & Susan King together with four other women of the said Musholatubbees family and himself voluntarily emigrated at their own expense to the Choctaw Nation from the City of Memphis & State of Tennessee in the year 1833...that the property specified in the above and foregoing account was all lost in consequence of emigration from Mississippi to this Country and that himself nor either of the heirs mentioned herein have received anything for the same either from the U. S. or Choctaw Nation.
Witness. E. Burgevin [Signature] McKee King his X mark
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of July 1875
Tandy Walker [Signature]
Chf Commr Court of Claims
McKee Moshulatubbee King's Timeline
February 15, 1837
Caddo, Bryan County, Oklahoma, United States