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Overton "Sobe" Love (1823-1906) was a Chickasaw judge in Indian Territory in the nineteenth century. Love was born in Holly Springs, Mississippi , the son of Colonel Henry W. Love.〔Walker, Rickey Butch. (''Chickasaw Chief George Colbert: His Family and His Country''. Available on Google Books. ) p. 59.〕 Overton was among the Chickasaw forced to move to Indian Territory in the 1840s during Indian removal.〔( Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame: Overton "Sobe" Love. ) Retrieved September 13, 2013.〕 In Indian Territory, He was one of the largest landowners in the Chickasaw Nation, farming and raising cattle on of Red River bottomland.〔(Webb, Susan L. and Sandra L. Thomas. ''Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture''. "Love County." ) Retrieved September 13, 2013.〕 Love was a judge in the Pickens District of the Chickasaw Nation for many years. As a judge in the Dawes Commission era, Love worked to add tribal members to the Chickasaw Roll of Citizenship. Love also served as a Chickasaw representative to Congress and was named Treaty Commissioner on behalf of the Chickasaw Nation.
Love County, Oklahoma was named after Overton Love. He died in November 1906.〔
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