Longest v. Langford,
276 U.S. 69 (1928)

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Longest v. Langford, 276 U.S. 69 (1928)

Longest v. Langford

No. 52

Submitted October 19, 1927

Decided February 20, 1928

276 U.S. 69


Under § 22 of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Agreement of July 1, 1902, land allotted in the name of a married Choctaw woman who died after the ratification of the Agreement and before receiving her allotment, pass to those who are her heir according to c. 49 of Manfield's Digest, free from any claim of curtesy. See Marl v. Lewallen, ante, p. 276 U. S. 58. P. 276 U. S. 71.

114 Okla. 50 reversed.

Certiorari, 274 U. S. 499, to a judgment of the Supreme Court of Oklahoma sustaining a claim to an estate of curtesy in lands allotted and patented in the name and right of a Choctaw woman after her decease.

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