Corporation Commission

THE JOURNAL RECORD, August 13, 1993 | Go to article overview

Corporation Commission


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NOTICE OF HEARING

Cause CD No. 930 168720

Before the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma.

Applicant: Prentice, Napier Green, Inc. Relief Sought: Spacing. Legal Description: Section 16, Township 10 North, Range 13 East, McIntosh County, Oklahoma.

STATE OF OKLAHOMA: To all persons, owners, producers, operators, purchasers and takers of oil and gas and all other interested persons, particularly in McIntosh County, Oklahoma, and more particularly Betty Allen; Allene Bean a/k/a Wanda Bean; Randi Boyd; Andrew J. Brotton, Trustee U/A Dated 2-27-91; Elizabeth M. Brotton, Trustee Under Restatement of Trust; Harry F. Brotton, Trustee of the Harry F. Brotton Trust Under Declaration of Trust dated 9-20-90; Thomas E. Brotton; W.G. Brotton, Trustee Under Restatement of Trust; Norma Jean Harjo Chalakee; Nicey Jacob, now Chucogee, Restricted Creek Indian, Roll No. NB-1264, or if dec., The Estate of Nicey Jacob, now Chucogee, Dec., and all known and unknown heirs, legatees, devisees and assigns; Olive Mae Wright Cullinan and Stephen E. Cullinan, or if dec., The Estate of Olive Mae Wright Cullinan and Stephen E. Cullinan, Dec., and all known and unknown heirs, legatees, devisees and assigns; DCJ Co.; LaDonna Dodge; Susan Durfee; Claire G. Eddins Liberty Bank and Trust Company of Tulsa, N.A., Co-Trustees of the Henry A. Eddins Testamentary Trust; Claire G. Eddins Liberty Bank and Trust Company of Tulsa, N.A., Co-Trustees of the Henry A. Eddins Marital Trust; Casey J. Elliott and Susan K. Elliott; Barbara Files; First Presbyterian Church of Henryetta; Charles Rayburn Foster; James Richard Foster; Fenna Galty; Sara Galty; Mary B. Grimes, Trustee of the Mary B. Grimes Trust UDT 1-1-91; Juanita Higgins a/k/a Juanita Munyard a/k/a Juanita Hold a/k/

a Juanita Van Arsdel; Cindy Taylor Holahta; Charles C. Ingram; Sally Jackson; Louis King; Richard Stanley Lane and Ella Mae Lane; Helen Alan Lee; Local Federal Bank, F.S.B., formerly Local Federal Savings Loan Association, a Corporation; Fred Mills; Lester Minyard, Jr.; Robert Minyard; Moguin Exploration, Inc.; Bob W. Morse; David Edward Morse; Jack D. Morse; Sandra Orr; Joseph B. Rathfon; Regional Solicitor Department of the Interior; Linda Lee Schmuck; Raymond Sewell June Sewell; Edna B. Snodgrass; V.L. Snodgrass; Lena Taylor Starr; Addie Mae Taylor, now Lewis; Arnold Taylor; Eddie Taylor; Elmer Taylor; Lewis Taylor, Jr.; Litty Ann Taylor; Lizzie Taylor, now Tiger; Lucus Taylor; Mitchell Taylor; Sallie Ann Taylor; Sarah Taylor; Sheila Taylor; Shelly Taylor; Walter Taylor, Jr.; Wesley R. Taylor; Eva A. Rathfon Tenille, a/k/a Eva Ann Tennille; The First National Bank and Trust Company of Tulsa, Trustee under the Joseph Bowes Inter Vivos Trust B-1, created by indenture dated November 24, 1958; The First National Bank and Trust Company of Tulsa, Trustee under the Joseph Bowes Inter Vivos Trust B-1, created by indenture dated November 24, 1958; Viersen Land Royalty Company; Benjamin Franklin Watson, a/k/a Bennie F. Watson and Pearl Jane Watson, or if dec., The Estate of Benjamin Franklin Watson, a/k/a Bennie F. Watson and Pearl Jane Watson, Dec., and all known and unknown heirs, legatees, devisees and assigns; Jeryl Watson Cathlene Watson; Joan Ellen Weaver and Edwin W. Weaver, Jr.; Bret Milo Welch; Weststar Bank, Successor Trustee of Rayburn L. …

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