Welcome to Delaware Genealogy Trails

State of Delaware

 


Divorces

A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z



Return HOME


DIVORCE IN Delaware 1858

Source: Every Woman Her Own Lawyer by George Bishop, Dick & Fitzgerald, New York, 1858, transcribed by mkk.

DELAWARE. - A divorce from the bonds of matrimony will be granted,
1. For adultery; 2. Impotency
- A divorce from bed and board will be granted,
1. For extreme cruelty; 2. Willful desertion for three years.
- A divorce will not be granted for any cause which has occurred out of the State.
- All marriages between a white person and a negro or mulatto, are null from the beginning.
- Petitioner must be a bona-fide inhabitant of the State.
- Suit must be brought before the Superior Court of the county where the applicant resides.

Divorces from bed and board are not granted in this State. A divorce from the bonds of matrimony will be decreed,
1. For adultery;
2. Impotency;
3. Wilful desertion for one year;
4. When either party has been convicted of an infamous crime;
5. Habitual drunkenness;
6. Cruel and inhuman treatment;
7. When itt is apparent that the parties can not live in peace and happiness together, and that their welfare requires a separation.
- Suit must be brought in the District Court of the county where the petitioner resides.
- The petitioner must have resided in the State six months prior to presenting his or her petition.


- - 1891 - - DIVORCE IN DELAWARE

The ease with which divorces can be obtained in Delaware by residents of other States has given to the "three lower counties" an unpleasant notoriety. Chief Justice COMEGYS, of Delaware, proposes to head off the society leaders of New York, who are in the habit of utilizing the Delaware law to be off with their old loves and take up with new ones, by a radical change in the laws of his State.

The bill which Chief Justice COMEGYS has drafted provides that no divorce shall be granted by the court unless the person applying for it has actually lived within the state and made a home there for at least three years prior to the application. Intention to continue the residence after a divorce has been granted must be shown, and, so far as Delaware is concerned, no subsequent marriage will be recognized or considered legal if contracted before the expiration of another three years after the granting of the divorce.

The bill indicates that the Chief Justice is a Delawarean first and a moralist afterwards. His principal concern has been for the reputation of Delaware, whereas if people are satisfied with the kind of a divorce which the residents of New York city can now quickly obtain in Delaware it is their reputation which suffers most. Chief Justice COMEGYS, however, undertakes to protect the State from the odium which may possibly attach to it because of the sanction given by the present laws to such divorces and marriages, and the three years' proviso promises to be a sufficiently effective whatever may be thought of other provisions of his bill.

It does not appear that much weight would attach to the announcement of an intention of continued residence in Delaware, or that a change of intention could be prevented. Perhaps the Chief Justice cherishes the thought that after a three years' experience with peach brandy and the abundant riches of Wilmington's markets no New York society leader would be willing to remove from Delaware back to New York. This is possible, in which case the inquiry, "O, what's the way to Arcady?" Addressed by Mr. BUNNER to the people of New York will be easily answered, "Through a Delaware divorce court."

The question arises whether the other provision of Judge COMEGYS' bill invalidating subsequent marriages contracted within three years after divorce will not drive the probationers out of the State, from the fact that a Delaware impediment to marriage after divorce will not hold good outside of Delaware. Moreover, we fail to see why remarriage one year after divorce is not as moral as remarriage three years afterwards. There is a movement on foot now in Pennsylvania looking toward a practical advancement of uniformity in divorce laws in the different States, and any legislation by the State of Delaware ought to have this end in view.
[Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Tuesday, February 3, 1891]


- - 1898 - - DIVORCE LAW CHANGE.

PRIVILEGE LIMITED.
Delaware Legislative Divorce - Will Not Turn Out so Many Decrees.

REPUBLIC SPECIAL
Dover, Del., Jan. 9.-The Legislature of this State will assemble on Tuesday for the first time in its history without the unlimited privilege of granting divorces.

The power to grant divorces was not given the Legislature by the Constitution, nor did the Constitution prohibit the exercise of such a power by the Legislature. This being the case, the Legislature simply assumed the power and has enjoyed it ever since it came into existence. Little divorce business was transacted by the Legislature of Delaware until 10 or 12 years ago, since which time 400 divorces have been granted.

The rush to Delaware in the last decade for legislative divorces can be easily explained. There was no red tape connected with the filing of an application.

All an applicant had to do was to consult an attorney somewhere in the State, insert an advertisement I a State newspaper [illegible] days before the filing of the application, notifying the Legislature that he or she wanted a divorce, and the rest was plain sailing. The lawyer would present the bill to the Legislature through a member, the case would go through the Divorce Committee, witnesses would be summoned and testimony taken. Then the committee would make its report. Some bills of course were turned down but the percentage of unsuccessful candidates was very small. Outsiders were [handled] according to their ability to pay, and in some cases the "fees" ran into the thousands.

Now a constitutional restriction has been interposed and Delaware no longer will compete with South Dakota and Oklahoma for the divorce business of the country.
[St. Louis Republic, St. Louis, Missouri, Monday, January 10, 1898]





* * * * * A * * * * *

MARY F. & GEORGE ABELE, JUNIOR
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 897.
An Act to divorce Mary F. Abele and George Abele, junior, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 1, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

ALBERT B. & RHODA W. ABRAMS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 365.
An Act to divorce Rhoda W. Abrams and Albert B. Abrams, and for other purposes.
Passed at Dover, May 8, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM H. & LAURA C. ACKLAN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 881.
An Act to divorce Laura C. Acklan from her husband, William H. Acklan.
Passed at Dover, May 27, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

MRS. ACKLAN FREE
The Delaware House at Last Passes Her Divorce Bill.
The Plaintiff's Try No Situation During the Hearing.

STATESMEN "TAKE IT ALL BACK."
They withdraw their reflections on her motives and eventually grant her petition on its fourth hearing. She denies that she was approached by anyone demanding money or that she ever made such charges - never offered her husband money to return to return her - the petitioner deeply affected but happy at the close.

Special to the Plain Dealer.
DOVER, Del, May 24. - "It is all over. My bill is passed and I am very happy."

The woman was Mrs. Laura Crocker Acklan, who until 5 o'clock this afternoon was the unhappy wife of W. H. Acklan of Washington D. C. At that hour the bonds of matrimony tied by, a Presbyterian minister in the city of Cleveland in June, 1896, and which caused her untold misery were cut asunder by the house of representatives of the Delaware legislature after that body had three times positively declared that she was not worthy of a divorce.

The passage of Mrs. Acklan's bill this afternoon is a clear knockout for the legislature. Last week several members of the house stood up and attacked the bill in a ferocious manner. They alluded to Mrs. Acklan as an adventuress, and said many cruel things about her. At that time they had not seen Mrs. Acklan. They had heard that she was wealthy. Further than this they knew nothing of her. They opposed her crying appeal for a divorce on general principles and not on the merits of her case.

Today these men changed their votes, as well as their opinions of Mrs. Acklan. The humble way in which these makers of Delaware law bowed to and asked Mrs. Acklan's forgiveness made a scene that will live long in the memory.

After all possible abuse had been hurled upon her for her alleged audacity in coming to Delaware for a divorce; Mrs. Acklan went to Dover this morning with a winning card up her sleeve. Mrs. Acklan is a fighter. She has little to say, but what she says she means, and she generally talks to the point. She did not give up hope for the passage of her bill, even though the house had sad down upon it and tried to knock the life out of it three times. She held that she had not been fairly treated, that she had been misrepresented, and she resolved to fight on till the powerful lawmakers of the house recognized her. Luckily her counsel, Josiah Marvel, a young lawyer of Wilmington discovered a flaw in the method by which her bill was indefinitely postponed, and on this technical point the members of the house surrendered to Mrs. Acklan and invited her to Dover today to have a talk with her.

The interview between Mrs. Acklan and the legislature began shortly after 3 o'clock. All but five members were present. In anticipation of such a remarkable incident, a tremendous crowd gathered in and about the state house. People had journeyed from remote parts of Sussex county to catch a glimpse of the woman who had so successfully defied the legislature. Attired in a handsome gown and resting on the arms of her attorneys, Horace Greeley Knowles and Josiah Marvel, Mrs. Acklan walked up the state house steps and into the great hall where her plea for divorce had more than once been ruthlessly set aside and where a statesman had branded her an "adventuress."

She chatted with her attorneys as she entered the state house, but when she took a seat in the hall with the eyes of twenty-five members riveted on her, she got pale and nervous. The chair on which she sat was placed at the end of a table in the center of the room.

representative Dempsey opened the proceedings by asking Mrs. Acklan if she came to Delaware with the intention to remain here. To this question she replied that she came to Delaware intending to apply to the court for divorce, but the legislature being in session she thought she could secure a divorce through it with less trouble. She said that she intended to stay in Delaware for an indefinite period.

Representative Johnson then asked her if she had been approached by any members of the legislature or persons connected with the legislature for money to pass her divorce bill. This question caused Mrs. Acklan's eyes to snap fire. Her apparent nervousness disappeared, her face flushed and raising herself in her seat she declared: "These reports are untrue. I never said anyone had approached me and demanded money. I don't know how these reports emanated and I do not think it is fair to blame me for them."

There was absolute silence when she finished this little speech. Several of the gray haired senators shook their heads and smiled. There was a moment's pause, in which the law makers recovered their breath. The next question was by Speaker Riggins, who asked for further assurance of her intention to remain in Delaware. He got it. Following Speaker Riggins' inquiry were several questions as to her motive for coming here. These were put in such rapid succession that Mrs. Acklan trembled and took hold of the table for support. However, she answered them satisfactorily.

A question by Representative Dempsey as to whether she had offered her husband $15,000 to return and live with her met with her emphatic denial and was responsible for a flood of tears that rushed to her eyes. Attorney Marvil pacified her and she prepared for the next question by Representative Short. Mr. Short, in a very gentle manner, asked her why she did not intend to go back to Cleveland to live. She looked at him for a second. Her face became as red as an apple, and then she burst into tears and sobbed bitterly. In a few minutes she answered the question. She said that she did not want to go back to Cleveland because all her friends there are all happily married and she is not. Her emotion moved several of the legislators to tears, and they moved for an adjournment of the hearing.

After adjournment Mrs. Acklan was taken to the corridor for air. While there Speaker Riggins approached her, and with tears streaming down his cheeks, grasped her hands and said, "Mrs. Acklan, I am glad to know you. You are a good woman, and you have been much maligned. I am going in there to vote for your bill."

When the house resumed its session, Representative Dempsey reported Mrs. Acklan's bill favorably and asked for its passage. It was then 5 o'clock, and the members were getting ready to go to the train. A viva voce vote was taken, and the motion was defeated. Speaker Riggins, however, ordered a poll of the vote, and the result was eight for and six against the bill. Representative A. B. Hazel, who call Mrs. Acklan and "adventuress," opposed the bill, but in a speech he apologized for the imputation and said that Mrs. Acklan had waited on him last Saturday at his home in Smyrna and demanded the apology. He voted against the bill, he said, because he did not believe Mrs. Acklan meant to become a resident. Speaker Riggins and Representative Dempsey both spoke in favor of the bill, and congratulated Mrs. Acklan for her courage and perseverance.

Mrs. Acklan does not want her maiden name back. She wants to be known as Mrs. Acklan, she says, so she can travel abroad without a chaperon.
[Plain Dealer - Cleveland, Ohio, Tuesday, May 25, 1897]

MOSES C. & CORA ALEXANDER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 877.
An act to divorce Cora Alexander from her husband Moses C. Alexander, a vincula matrimonii, and to change her name.
Passed at Dover, January 31, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, 1889]

CHARLES HENRY & SUSANNA ANDERSON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CCXCVI.
An Act to divorce Susanna Anderson and Charles Henry Anderson. Private act.
Passed at Dover, February 6, 1849.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 10, Part 3, Dover, Delaware, 1849.]

WILLIAM W. & HETTIE C. ANDRIE
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 333.
An Act to divorce William W. Andrie and Hettie C. Andrie, his wife, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 12, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ROBERT H. & MARTHA P. ARGO
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 811.
An Act to divorce Martha P. Argo from her husband, Robert H. Argo.
Passed at Dover, March 19, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN & CORA C. ASHER
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 336.
An Act to divorce Cora C. Asher from her husband, Benjamin Franklin Asher.
Passed at Dover, March 16, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * B * * * * *

GROVE L. & LUCY S. BABCOCK
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 577.
An Act to divorcing Lucy S. Babcock and Grove L. Babcock from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 2, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]

PARKER & EMMA J. BACON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 927.
An Act to divorce Parker Bacon and Emma J. Bacon, his wife, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 28, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

HENRY H. & MAY E. BAILEY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 865.
An Act to divorce May E. Bailey from her husband, Henry H. Bailey.
Passed at Dover, May 10, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

MARY M. & JAMES J. BAIRD
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 939.
An Act to divorce Mary M. Baird and James J. Baird from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 9, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

EMMA & JOHN BARKER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 880.
An Act to divorce Emma Barker from her husband John Barker.
Passed at Dover, February 7, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

JOSEPH & LIZZIE M. BARKER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 933.
An Act to divorce Joseph Barker from his wife, Lizzie M. Barker.
Passed at Dover, April 3, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

CHARLES P. & EUGENIA BARNES

DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 531.
An Act to divorce Eugenia Barnes from her husband, Charles P. Barnes.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

JAMES & MARY BATTLE
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CCLX--.
An Act to divorce James and Mary Battle. Private act.
Passed at Dover, January, 1849.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 10, Part 3, Dover, Delaware, 1849.]

HARVEY C. & FANNIE BEACH
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 785.
An Act to divorce Fannie Beach from her husband, Harvey C. Beach.
Passed at Dover, February 16, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

HANNAH E. & WILLIAM H. BECKER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 886.
An Act to divorce Hannah E. Becker from her husband William H. Becker from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, February 14, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

HENRY A. & MARY D. BELL
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 882.
An Act to divorce Mary D. Bell from Henry A. Bell, her husband.
Passed at Dover, May 29, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JEFFERSON D. & GEORGIANNA BELTZ
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 325.
An Act to divorce Georgianna Beltz from her husband, Jefferson D. Beltz, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, March 5, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM A. & MARY E. BENNUM
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 788.
An Act to divorce William A. Bennum and Mary E. Bennum, his wife.
Passed at Dover, February 23, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WALTER & MARY J. BLACKBURN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 823.
An Act to divorce Mary J. Blackburn from her husband, Walter Blackburn.
Passed at Dover, March 30, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JAMES BLAKE & HAPPY MARIA MILLEN BLAKE
PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER XCI.
AN ACT to divorce Happy Maria Millen and James Blake from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, January 23, 1829. Private Act.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 7, Jan. 02, 1827 through Feb. 16, 1829]

JOHN C. & KATE A. BOGART
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 800.
An Act to divorce Kate A. from her husband, John C. Bogart.
Passed at Dover, February 26, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM T. & CAROLINE BOLTE
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 786.
An Act to divorce Caroline Bolte and William T. Bolte from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover February 19, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

CHRISTIAN & MARGARETHA BONASCH
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 815.
An Act to divorce Christian Bonasch and Margaretha Bonasch from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 24, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ALBERT L. & FLORENCE T. BOSS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 822.
An Act to divorce Florence T. Boss and Albert L. Boss, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 30, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JAMES A. & SARAH E. BOYD
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 864.
An Act to divorce James A> Boyd and Sarah E. Boyd from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, May 10, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

CHARLES H. & BRIDGET E. BOYLE
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 497.
An Act to divorce Charles H. Boyle from his wife, Bridget E. Boyle.
Passed at Dover, February 13, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

REVEL J. & ANNA M. BOZMAN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 872.
An Act to divorce Anna M. Bozman from her husband, Revel J. Bozman, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, May 21, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

CALEB & CLARINE J. BRINTON
AN ACT to Repeal an Act, entitled "An Act to Divorce Caleb Brinton and Clarine J. Brinton from the Bonds of Matrimony," passed at Dover, April 12, 1887.
Approved February 14, A. D. 1907.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1906-1907]

THOMAS S. & SALLY ANN S. BRITTINGHAM
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CCCX.
An Act to divorce Thomas S. Brittingham and Sally Ann S. Brittingham from the bonds of matrimony. Private act.
Passed at Dover, February 9, 1849.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 10, Part 3, Dover, Delaware, 1849.]

LEVINIA R. & GOLDSBORO BRYAN
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 926.
An Act to divorce Levinia R. Bryan and Goldsboro Bryan, her husband.
Passed at Dover, March 28, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

HARVEY H. & MAGGIE M. BRYANT
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 787.
An Act to divorce Maggie M. Bryant from her husband, Harvey H. Bryant, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, February 19, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

THOMAS & SARAH BUCHANAN
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAP. CCXXI.
ACT to divorce Sarah Buchanan and Thomas Buchanan, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, January 20, 1813, Private act.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 4, From January 7, 1806 to February 3, 1813, Dover, Delaware]

ABRAHAM & SARAH BUCKMASTER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER XCII.
AN ACT to divorce Sarah Buckmaster from her husband Abraham Buckmaster.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 6, 1820]

GEORGE & MARY BURTON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CCCXVI.
An Act to Divorce George Burton and Mary Burton. Private Act.
Passed at Dover, February 14, 1849.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 10, Part 3, Dover, Delaware, 1849.]

GEORGE W. & SARAH A. BUTLER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 587
An Act to divorce Sarah A. Butler and her husband, George W. Butler, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 21, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]


* * * * * C * * * * *

ANDREW & MARY ANN CALDWELL
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CCLXIII.
An Act to divorce Mary Ann Caldwell and Andrew Caldwell from the bonds of matrimony. Private act.
Passed at Dover, January 13, 1849.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 10, Part 3, Dover, Delaware, 1849.]

THOMAS A. & SADIE E. CAMPBELL
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 517.
An Act to divorce Sadie E. Campbell and Thomas A. Campbell, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 16, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

JAMES R. & SARAH CANNON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 807.
An Act to divorce James R. Cannon and Sarah Cannon
Passed at Dover, March 16, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOSEPH H. & HANNAH B. CHAMBERS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 943.
An Act to divorce Joseph H. Chambers from his wife, Hannah B. Chambers.
Passed at Dover, April 12, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

JESSIE & VIRGINIA CHANDLER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 580.
An Act to Divorce Virginia Chandler from her husband Jesse Chandler.
Passed at Dover, March 8, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]

HEWIT L. & BLANCHE E. CHAPMAN
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 501.
An Act divorcing Blanche E. Chapman from her husband, Hewit L. Chapman.
Passed at Dover, March 31, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

ABRAHAM & ANN CLARK
PRIVATE ACTS, CHAPTER III.
AN ACT to dissolve the bonds of matrimony between Ann Clark and her husband Abraham Clark.
Passed at Dover, January 19, 1827. Private Act.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 7, Jan. 02, 1827 through Feb. 16, 1829]

GEORGE H. & ANNIE M. CLARK
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 514.
An Act to divorce Annie M. Clark from her husband, George H. Clark.
Passed at Dover, April 9, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

JOHN W. & ANNIE CLARK
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 539.
An Act to divorce Annie Clark from her husband, John W. Clark.
Passed at Dover, May 16, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

ALFRED & LUCY CLEAVER
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 522.
An Act to divorce Alfred Cleaver from his wife, Lucy Cleaver
Passed at Dover, April 17, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

JAMES & ANNIE CLEE
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 850.
An Act to divorce Annie Clee from her husband, James Clee.
Passed at Dover, April 20, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

GEORGE F. C. & KATE CLEMENT
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 932.
An Act to divorce George F. C. Clement and Kate Clement.
Passed at Dover, April 2, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

HARLIN & ANN CLOUD
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAP. CCXX.
ACT to divorce Ann Cloud, wife of Harlin Cloud, from the bed and board of the said Harlin Cloud.
Passed Jan. 20, 1813.-Private act.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 4, From January 7, 1806 to February 3, 1813, Dover, Delaware]

ALBERT A. & EFFIE STRAWBRIDGE COBB
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 364.
An Act to divorce Albert A. Cobb from his wife, Effie Strawbridge Cobb.
Passed at Dover, May 8, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOSEPH W. & FRANCES L. COCHRAN
PRIVATE ACTS, CHAPTER CVI.
AN ACT to dissolve the bonds of matrimony between Frances L. Cochran and her husband Joseph W. Cochran.
Passed at Dover, January 29, 1829. Private Act.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 7, Jan. 02, 1827 through Feb. 16, 1829]

ALBERT & JULIET COLE
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 795.
An Act to divorce Albert Cole from his wife, Juliet Cole.
Passed at Dover, February 24, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

CECIL A. & MARTHA COLE
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 346.
An Act to divorce Cecil A. Cole from his wife, Martha Cole.
Passed at Dover, April 1, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

GEORGE F. & LENA M. COLE
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 801.
An Act divorcing Lena M. Cole from her husband, George F. Cole.
Passed at Dover, March 8, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ROBERT & ELLA COLGAIN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 854.
An Act to divorce Ella Colgain from her husband, Robert Colgain.
Passed at Dover, April 26, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

THOMAS F. & MAGGIE COLLINS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 918.
An Act to divorce Thomas F. Collins and Maggie Collins, his wife, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 15, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

EDWARD S. & CARRIE COMPTON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 852.
An Act to divorce Edward S. Compton from his wife, Carrie Compton.
Passed at Dover, April 22, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM C. & SARAH C. CONAWAY

DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 504. An Act to divorce Sarah C. Conaway and her husband, William C. Conaway, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 3, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

FLETCHER E. & LIZZIE C. COOPER
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 503.
An Act to divorce Lizzie C. Cooper from her husband, Fletcher E. Cooper.
Passed at Dover, April 2, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

FRANK & JOSEPHINE COOPER
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 869.
An Act to divorce Frank Cooper from his wife, Josephine Cooper.
Passed at Dover, May 13, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

HENRIETTA & RICHARD COOPER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 948.
An Act to divorce Henrietta Cooper and Richard Cooper from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 25, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

CHARLES T. & LEAH E. CORRY
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 534.
An Act to divorce Leah E. Corry from Charles T. Corry.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

JOHN S. & MARY COUNTICE
PRIVATE ACTS, CHAPTER LII.
AN ACT to dissolve the bonds of matrimony between Mary Countice and her husband John S. Countice.
Passed at Dover, February 8, 1827. Private Act.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 7, Jan. 02, 1827 through Feb. 16, 1829]

ESAU & ELIZABETH TURRELL COX
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAP. CCVII.
An ACT to divorce Elizabeth Turrell and Esau Cox, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, Feb. 11, 1812, Private act.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 4, From January 7, 1806 to February 3, 1813, Dover, Delaware]

RACHEL ANN & JOHN S. CRAIG
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 884.
An Act to divorce Rachel Ann Craig from her husband, John S. Craig from the bonds of matrimony
Passed at Dover, February 13, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]


* * * * * D * * * * *

JOHN T. & AMANDA DAILY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 330.
An Act to divorce Amanda Daily from her husband, John T. Daily.
Passed at Dover, March 8, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JAMES A. & ELIZA J. DANIELS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 834.
An Act to divorce James A. Daniels from his wife, Eliza J. Daniels.
Passed at Dover, April 12, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM J. & MARY J. DANIELS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 383.
An Act divorcing Mary J. Daniels and William J. Daniels, Jr., from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 22, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ELIZABETH D. & FRANK E. DAVIDSON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 881.
An act to divorce Elizabeth D. Davidson from Frank E. Davidson, her husband.
Passed at Dover, February 8, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

WILLIAM E. & CARRIE DAVISON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 350.
A Bill entitled An Act to divorce Carrie Davison and William E. Davison from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 13, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ROXANA & PRINCE W. DECKER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 908.
An Act to divorce Roxana Decker and her husband Prince W. Decker, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 8, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

CHARLES W. & ELLA DELLOP
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 803.
An Act to divorce Ella Dellop from her husband, Charles W. Dellop, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, March 8, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

THOMAS H. & MARY F. DEMBY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 874.
An Act to divorce Mary F. Demby from her husband, Thomas H. Demby.
Passed at Dover, May 24, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOHN P. & MARY J. DEPUTY
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 880.
An Act to divorce John P. Deputy and Mary J. Deputy from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, February 8, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

WILLIAM T. & MARY E. DEVALLINGER
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 329.
An Act to divorce Mary E. Devallinger and William T. Devallinger from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 8, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JAMES A. & TERESA P. DICUS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 792.
An Act to divorce Teresa P. Dicus and James A. DIcus, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, February 23, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

CHARLES and MARY E. DOLSON
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 518.
An Act to divorce Mary E. Dolson from her husband Charles Dolson, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, April 16, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

PATRICK F. & MARY E. DONLY
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 535.
An Act to divorce Patrick F. Donly and Mary E. Donly, his wife from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

BENJAMIN & SARAH J. DORAN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 839.
An Act to divorce Benjamin Doran from his wife, Sarah J. Doran.
Passed at Dover, April 14, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

SEYMOUR C. & MARY E. DOWNS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 804.
An Act to divorce Seymour C. Downs from his wife Mary E. Downs.
Passed at Dover, March 10, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOSEPH S. & MARY J. DURHAM
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 802.
An Act to divorce Joseph S. Durham from his wife, Mary J. Durham.
Passed at Dover, March 8, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * E * * * * *

MILTON J. & ANNIE F. EDMONDS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 835.
An Act to divorce Annie F. Edmonds and Milton J. Edmonds
Passed at Dover, April 13, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * F * * * * *

MAJOR T. & JANE FAUCETT
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 796.
An Act to divorce Major T. Faucett from his wife, Jane Faucett.
Passed at Dover, February 24, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

EDWARD S. & CLARA D. FARROW
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 805.
An Act divorcing Clara D. Farrow and Edward S. Farrow from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 10, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

NATHAN B. & SARAH ANN FLEMING
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER DLIII.
An Act to divorce Nathan B. Fleming and Sarah Ann Fleming from the bonds of matrimony. Private Act.
Passed at Dover, February 9, 1869.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Dover, Delaware, 1853-1859.]

ALBERT L. & ANNIE G. FRANCE
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 578
An Act to divorce Annie G. France and her husband Albert L. France from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 2, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]

LEWIS G. & KATE A. FRANKAU
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 877.
An Act to divorce Lewis G. Frankau and his wife, Kate A. Frankau, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, May 25, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ISADORE & ESTELLE FREID
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 353.
An Act to divorce Estelle Freid from her husband, Isadore Freid, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, April 22, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOSEPH P. & DELLIE E. FRYLING
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 821.
An Act to divorce Joseph P. Fryling from his wife, Dellie E. Fryling.
Passed at Dover, March 26, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * G * * * * *

CHARLES W. & MARY A. GALLOWAY
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 914.
An Act to divorce Charles W. Galloway and Mary A. Galloway.
Passed at Dover, March 14, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

JAMES & EVA GARNER
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 533.
An Act to divorce James Garner from Eva Garner.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

HOWARD W. & MARY A. GARRETT
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 849.
An Act to divorce Mary A. Garrett from Howard W. Garrett, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, April 20, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

LIZZIE W. & WILLIAM GILLIAN
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 935.
An Act to divorce Lizzie W. Gillian and William Gillian from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 3, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

WILLIAM & EMMA L. GORDON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 863.
An Act to divorce Emma L. Gordon from her husband, William Gordon, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, May 7, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ROBERT G. & MARY E. GRACE
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 323.
An Act to divorce Mary E. Grace and Robert G. Grace, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, February 5, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

MARY R. & THOMAS M. GRANT
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 923.
An Act to divorce Mary R. Grant and Thomas M. Grant, her husband.
Passed at Dover, March 21, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

ISAAC A. & MARGARET GRAY
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 525.
An Act to divorce Isaac A. Gray from his wife, Margaret Gray.
Passed at Dover, April 17, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

PETER & MARY ANN GRAY
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER DXXXVI.
An Act to divorce Mary Ann Gray and her husband, Peter Gray, from the bonds of matrimony. Private Act.
Passed at Dover, February 3, 1859.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Dover, Delaware, William Sharp, 1859.]

SAMUEL J., JR & MARY L. GRAY
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 925.
An Act to divorce Mary L. Gray and Samuel J. Gray, Jr., her husband.
Passed at Dover, March 28, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

WILLIAM M. & EVA S. GREGG
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 818.
An Act to divorce Eva S. Gregg from her husband, William M. Gregg.
Passed at Dover, March 26, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

DANIEL T. & MOLLIE P. GRIFFITH
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 798.
An Act to divorce Mollie P. Griffith from her husband, Daniel T. Griffith.
Passed at Dover, February 24, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ANNA T. GRIFFITH
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 584
An Act to divorce Anna T. Griffith from the bonds of Matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 13, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]


* * * * * H * * * * *

ISAAC C. & ANNIE M. HAINES
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 339.
An Act to divorce Isaac C. Haines from his wife, Annie M. Haines.
Passed at Dover, March 22, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOHN & ANN C. HAINS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CX
An Act to Divorce Ann C. Hains and John Hains the husband of said Ann, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, 9 February, 1820. PRIVATE ACT.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 5.]

EMMA E. & ARTHUR S. HANBY
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 938.
An Act to divorce Emma E. Hanby from her husband, Arthur S. Hanby.
Passed at Dover, April 9, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

GEORGE T. & MARY E. HANNAHS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 813.
An Act to divorce George T. Hannahs from his wife, Mary E. Hannahs.
Passed at Dover, March 22, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

EDWARD P. & SALLIE V. HARNISH
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 876.
An Act to divorce Edward P. Harnish from his wife, Sallie V. Harnish.
Passed at Dover, May 25, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

NATHANIEL & RUTH HARPER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER VI
An Act to Divorce Ruth Harper and Nathaniel Harper, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, 27 January, 1820. PRIVATE ACT.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 5, 1813 thru Feb. 1820.]

JOHN W. & HENRIETTA HARRIS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 885.
An Act to divorce John W. Harris from his wife Henrietta Harris.
Passed at Dover, February 14, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

THOMAS H. & ANNIE F. HARRIS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 844.
An Act to divorce Annie F. Harris from her husband, Thomas H. Harris.
Passed at Dover, April 16, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JAMES B. & MARY S. C. HASSON
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 495.
An Act divorcing Mary S. C. Hasson and James B. Hasson from the bonds of Matrimony.
Passed at Dover, February 19, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

WILLIAM I. & EMMA F. HASTINGS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 873.
An Act to divorce William I. Hasstings and Emma F. Hastings, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, May 21, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JAMES & MARY HATHAWAY
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CXCVI. b.
An ACT to dissolve the marriage of James Hathaway with Mary his wife.
Passed February 3, 1789. - Private act.
[Laws of the State of Delaware (from Oct 14, 1700 to Aug 18, 1797), Volume II, Published by Authority, New Castle, M,DCC,XCVII. ]

RICHARD E. & KEZIAH F. HAYES
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 832.
An Act to divorce Keziah F. Hayes and her husband, Richard E. Hayes, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 9, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

HARRY E. & KATIE S. HEAL
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 838.
An Act to divorce Katie S. Heal from her husband, Harry E. Heal, and to change her name.
Passed at Dover, April 14, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

SAMUEL S. & GEORGE ANNA HEARN
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 586.
An Act to divorce Samuel S. Hearn and George Anna Hearn, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 21, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]

PAUL F. & MARY HERBERT
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 827.
An Act to divorce Mary Herbert from her husband, Paul F. Herbert.
Passed at Dover, April 5, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

MELVINA & MORRIS A. HERBST
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 905.
An Act to dissolve the bonds of matrimony between Melvina Herbst and Morris A. Herbst.
Passed at Dover, March 7, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

CALEB J. & SARAH E. HICKMAN
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 585
An Act to dissolving the bonds of matrimony between Sarah E. Hickman and Caleb J. Hickman.
Passed at Dover, March 20, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]

WILLIAM J. & MARY M. HICKMAN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 809.
An Act to divorce William J. Hickman from his wife, Mary M. Hickman, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 19, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ERNEST & KATE HINDERER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 913.
An Act to divorce Ernest Hinderer from his wife Kate Hinderer..
Passed at Dover, March 14, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

WILLIAM S. & LUCRETIA R. HITCH
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 856.
An Act to divorce Lucretia R. Hitch from her husband, William S. Hitch.
Passed at Dover, April 28, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM & ANNIE M. HITCHENS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 360.
An Act to divorce Annie M. Hitchens from her husband, William C. Hitchens.
Passed at Dover, May 6, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

MARY FRANCIS & JAMES HOGAN
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 890.
An Act to divorce Mary Francis Hogan from her husband, James Hogan.
Passed at Dover, February 18, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

WILLIAM H. & MARY A. HOLLINGSWORTH
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 332.
An Act to divorce Mary A. Hollingsworth and her husband, William H. Hollingsworth from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 12, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOHN F. & ADDIE L. HOLLIS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 343.
An Act divorcing Addie L. Hollis and John F. Hollis from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 25, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOHN L. & EMA HOOTEN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 810.
An Act to divorce Emma Hooten from her husband, John L. Hooten.
Passed at Dover, March 19, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

SARAH M. & JAMES B. HOPKINS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 892.
An Act to divorce Sarah M. Hopkins from her husband, James B. Hopkins
Passed at Dover, February 18, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

THOMAS A. & HENRIETTA HOPKINS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 334.
An Act to divorce Henrietta Hopkins from her husband, Thomas A. Hopkins.
Passed at Dover, March 12, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

HENRY & CARRIE HUDSON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 937.
An Act to divorce Henry Hudson from his wife Carrie Hudson.
Passed at Dover, April 9, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

ANDREW E. & FANNIE HUGHES
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 906.
An Act to divorce Andrew E. Hughes and Fannie, his wife, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 7, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

MARGARET J. & EDWIN HUMPHRIES
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 940.
An Act to divorce Margaret J. Humphries from Edwin Humphries and change name of Margaret J. Humphries to Margaret J. Calhoun.
Passed at Dover, April 9, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

SAMUEL B. & MARY HUNTER
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 826.
An Act to divorce Mary Hunter from her husband, Samuel B. Hunter.
Passed at Dover, April 5, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

EDITH W. & WILLIAM A. HUSBANDS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 910.
An Act to divorce Edith W. Husbands from her husband William A. Husbands.
Passed at Dover, March 13, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]


* * * * * I * * * * *



* * * * * J * * * * *

ALFRED M. & ANGELINA JACKSON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CCCXIV.
An Act to divorce Angelina Jackson and Alfred M. Jackson from the bonds of matrimony. Private act.
Passed at Dover, February 14, 1849.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 10, Part 3, Dover, Delaware, 1849.]

JOSEPH D. & MARY E. JACKSON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 322.
An Act to divorce Mary E. Jackson from her husband, Joseph D. Jackson.
Passed at Dover, February 5, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

STEPHEN B. & MARY E. JACKSON
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 520.
An Act to divorce Mary E. Jackson and Stephen B. Jackson, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 17, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

GEORGE C. & RINA B. JACOBS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 896.
An Act to divorce Emma George C. Jacobs from his wife, Rina B. Jacobs, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, February 28, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

GUSTAV C. & ANNIE T. JAHNZ
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 871.
An Act to divorce Annie T. Jahnz and Gustav C. Jahnz.
Passed at Dover, May 19, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

J. CURTIS & EMMA L. JAMES
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 820.
An Act to divorce J. Curtis James from his wife, Emma L. James.
Passed at Dover, March 26, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

EUGENE & LIZZIE M. JAMISON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 327.
An Act to divorce Eugene Jamison from his wife, Lizzie M. Jamison.
Passed at Dover, March 5, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

GEORGE W. & MARY H. JOHNSON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 928.
An Act to divorce George W. Johnson from his wife, Mary H. Johnson.
Passed at Dover, March 28, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

JOHN & MARY L. JOHNSON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 326.
An Act to divorce Mary L. Johnson from John Johnson.
Passed at Dover, March 5, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOSEPH C. & LEAH JOHNSON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 583
An Act to divorce Joseph C. Johnson, and Leah Johnson, his wife, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 13, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]

GEORGE A. & MARY E. JOHNSON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 878.
An Act to divorce George A. Johnson from his wife, Mary E. Johnson.
Passed at Dover, May 25, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JAMES B. & MARY JONES
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 498.
An Act to divorce Mary Jones from her husband, James B. Jones, and to give her the custody of her children.
Passed at Dover, February 13, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

WILLIAM W. & JENNIE JONES
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 819.
An Act to divorce William W. Jones and Jennie Jones, his wife, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 26, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM N. & ANNIE M. JORDAN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 862.
An Act to divorce Annie M. Jordan from her husband, William N. Jordan.
Passed at Dover, May 7, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * K * * * * *

SAMUEL & ELLA F. KARCHER
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 516.
An Act to divorce Ella F. Karcher from her husband, Samuel Karcher.
Passed at Dover, April 15, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

RICHARD & REBECCA S. KIRBY
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 878.
An Act to divorce Rebecca S. Kirby and Richard Kirby from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, February 5, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, 1889]

SADIE L. & SAMUEL KIRK
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 891.
An Act to divorce Sadie L. Kirk from her husband Samuel Kirk.
Passed at Dover, February 18, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

WILLIAM T. & GERTRUDE P. KITCHEN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 841.
An Act to divorce Gertrude P. Kitchen from her husband, William T. Kitchen.
Passed at Dover, April 16, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * L * * * * *

MARY E. & NEWTON B. LAMPLUGH
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 941.
An Act to divorce Mary E. Lamplugh and Newton B. Lamplugh from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 11, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

WILLIAM J. & MINNIE LANE
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 791.
An Act to divorce William J. Lane and Minnie Lane, his wife from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, February 23, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOHN W. & BESSIE LEAGER
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 867.
An Act to divorce John W. Leager from his wife, Bessie Leager.
Passed at Dover, May 12, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

FRANK C. & JOSEPHINE LEE
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 361.
An Act to divorce Frank C. Lee from his wife, Josephine Lee.
Passed at Dover, May 7, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOSHUA & AMANDA LINDALE
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CCCXVIII.
An Act to Divorce Joshua Lindale and Amanda Lindale. Private Act.
Passed at Dover, February 14, 1849.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 10, Part 3, Dover, Delaware, 1849.]

JOSEPH B. & SARAH E. LINGO
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 581
An Act to divorce Joseph B. Lingo and Sarah E. Lingo, his wife, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 8, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]

ANNA M. LITTLE
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 537.
An Act to divorce Anna M. Little from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

EARL D. & ALICE LOCKWOOD
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 356.
An Act to divorce Alice Lockwood and Earl D. Lockwood, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 30, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

RICHARD T. & ANNIE M. LOCKWOOD
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 513.
An Act to divorce Richard T. Lockwood from his wife, Annie M. Lockwood, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, April 9, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

MAGGIE & JOHN A. LOGAN
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 899.
An Act to divorce Maggie Logan and John A. Logan, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 3, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

WILLIAM B. & MARY LOWERY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 789.
An Act to divorce William B> Lowery from his wife, Mary Lowery, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, February 23, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

GEORGE H. & MARGARET LYNCH
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 324.
An Act to divorce Margaret Lynch and George H. Lynch, her husband.
Passed at Dover, February 22, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * M * * * * *

MARY E. & WILLIAM MADIGAN
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 887.
An Act to divorce Mary E. Madigan and William Madigan from the bonds of matrimony, and to change her name.
Passed at Dover, February 14, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

JOHN & JANE E. MAGILLEY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 783.
An Act to divorce John Magilley from his wife, Jane E. Magilley, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, February 9, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

GEORGE W. & ELIZABETH S. MANN
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 915.
An Act to divorce George W. Mann, M. D., from his wife Elizabeth S. Mann.
Passed at Dover, March 14, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

OLIVER E. MARSHALL & MARY R. MARSHALL
PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER LXXXI.
AN ACT to divorce Mary R. Marshall and Oliver E. Marshall from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, January 14, 1829. Private Act.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 7, Jan. 02, 1827 through Feb. 16, 1829]

WILLIAM R. & SALLIE E. MARTIN
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 499.
An Act to divorce, a vinculo matrimonii, Sallie E. Martin from her husband, William R. Martin, and to change the name of the said Sallie E. Martin to Sallie E. McCullough.
Passed at Dover, March 27, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

EMERY & NANCY MARVEL
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 895.
An Act to divorce Emery Marvel from his wife, Nancy Marvel, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, February 21, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

PHILIP & NANCY A. MARVEL
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CCCXXIX.
An Act to divorce Nancy A. Marvel and Philip Marvel of A. Private act.
Passed at Dover, February 15, 1849.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 10, Part 3, Dover, Delaware, 1849.]

ROBERT J. & FANNIE MASON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 794.
An Act to divorce Fannie Mason and Robert J. Mason from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, February 23, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JAMES E. & ADA C. MASSEY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 345.
An Act to divorce Ada C. Massey from her husband, James E. Massey.
Passed at Dover, April 1, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JACOB B. C. W. & MARY H. C. MAXWELL
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 888.
An Act to divorce Jacob B. C. W. Maxwell from his wife, Mary H. C. Maxwell, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, February 14, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

LEONARD & LAURA C. MAYNE
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 828.
An Act to divorce Laura C. Mayne from her husband, Leonard Mayne.
Passed at Dover, April 5, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ISAAC B. & LIZZIE B. McCAULLEY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 341.
An Act to divorce Lizzie B. McCaulley and her husband, Isaac B. McCaulley, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 25, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

PETER & ANN S. McGEE
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CL.
An Act to divorce Ann S. McGee and Peter McGee of (Thomas) her husband from the bonds of matrimony. Private Act.
Passed at Dover, January 16, 1855.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Dover, Delaware, William Sharp, 1859.]

LAURA M. & HOWARD H. McKINSEY
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 904.
An Act to divorce Laura M. McKinsey from her husband Howard H. McKinsey, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 7, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

JOHN EDWARD & MARGARET McNABB
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 366.
An Act to divorce Margaret McNabb from her husband, John Edward McNabb, and to restore her maiden name.
Passed at Dover, May 8, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOHN & HELEN F. McVAY
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 505.
An Act to divorce Helen F. McVay from her husband, John McVay.
Passed at Dover, April 7, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

JOHN & PHOEBE MELLON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CCCLXXXV.
An Act to divorce Phoebe Mellon and John Mellon. Private act.
Passed at Dover, February 27, 1849.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 10, Part 3, Dover, Delaware, 1849.]

JAMES S. & SALLIE C. MELVIN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 861.
An Act to divorce, James S. Melvinn from his wife, Sallie C. Melvin, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, April 29, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

MARGARET A. & ISAAC F. MEREDITH
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 934.
An Act to divorce Margaret A. Meredith from her husband, Isaac F. Meredith.
Passed at Dover, April 3, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

JOHN W. & ELIZABETH MEWS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 949.
An Act to divorce John W. Mews from his wife, Elizabeth Mews.
Passed at Dover, April 25, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

ROBERT S. & MARGARET A. MILLER
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 848.
An Act to divorce Margaret A. Miller from her husband, Robert S. Miller
Passed at Dover, April 20, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JAMES & MARY E. MONTESI
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 817.
An Act to divorce Mary E. Montesi from James Montesi.
Passed at Dover, March 26, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

CHARLES M. & HELENA VON LEVERN MOORE
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 523.
An Act to divorce Alfred Cleaver from his wife, Lucy Cleaver.
Passed at Dover, April 17, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

HARBE H. & LEVIA A. MOORE
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 510.
An Act to divorce Levia A. Moore from her husband, Harbe H. Moore.
Passed at Dover, April 8, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

ROBERT & MARY A. MORGAN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 816.
An Act divorcing Mary A. Morgan from her husband, Robert Morgan.
Passed at Dover, March 25, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

CHARLES T. & KATIE I. MORRIS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 368.
An Act to divorce Katie I. Morris from her husband, Charles T. Morris.
Passed at Dover, May 9, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

THOMAS H. & ANNA M. MORRISON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 929.
An Act to divorce Thomas H. Morrison and Anna M. Morrison, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 28, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

FREDERICK N. & SARAH K. MOWBRAY
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 493.
An Act to divorce Sarah K. Mowbray from her husband, Frederick N. Mowbray, and to give Sarah K. Mowbray the exclusive custody of her child, William R. Mowbray.
Passed at Dover, February 18, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

ELLA I. & WILLIAM E. MULFORD
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 883.
An Act to divorce Ella I. Mulford from her husband, William E. Mulford.
Passed at Dover, February 12, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]


* * * * * N * * * * *

GEORGE W. & HANNAH M. NEAL
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 515.
An Act to divorce Hannah M. Neal from her husband, George W. Neal.
Passed at Dover, April 15, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

MR. & MRS. WILBUR NEEDLES
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 507.
An Act to divorce Wilbur Needles from his wife.
Passed at Dover, April 7, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

MARGARET NENTWICH
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 529.
An Act to divorce Margaret Nentwich from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

JOHN L. & BEATRICE NORWOOD
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 349.
An Act to divorce John L. Norwood from his wife, Beatrice Norwood.
Passed at Dover, April 12, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * O * * * * *



* * * * * P * * * * *

ANNIE E. & JAMES P. PALMER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 917.
An Act to divorce Annie E. Palmer from James P. Palmer, her husband.
Passed at Dover, March 15, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

THOMAS K. & VEVA D. PARKER
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 347.
An Act to divorce Veva D. Parker from her husband Thomas K. Parker.
Passed at Dover, April 12, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ELIJAH R. & MARY ANN PARSONS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CCCXLV.
An Act to divorce Elijah R. Parsons and Mary Ann Parsons. Private act.
Passed at Dover, February 21, 1849.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 10, Part 3, Dover, Delaware, 1849.]

JOSEPH H. & ANNIE M. PERKINS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 784.
An Act to divorce Joseph H. Perkins from his wife, Annie M. Perkins.
Passed at Dover, February 16, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

GEORGE W. & ROBERTA M. PHILIPS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 879.
An Act to divorce George W. from Roberta M. Philips.
Passed at Dover, May 26, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

EDWARD C. & AMANDA B. PHILLIPS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 344.
An Act to divorce Edward C. Phillips from his wife, Amanda B. Phillips.
Passed at Dover, March 25, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM J. & MARY E. PIERCE
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 790.
An Act divorcing William J. Pierce and Mary E. Pierce from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, February 23, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

GEORGE W. & S. CASSIA PIPER
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 528.
An Act to divorce George W. Piper and S. Cassia Piper from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

ALFRED & IDA POLK
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 357.
An Act to divorce Alfred Polk from his wife, Ida Polk.
Passed at Dover, May 1, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JAMES K. & CREESY POLK
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 500.
An Act to divorce James K. Polk and Creesy Polk, his wife, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 27, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

MARGARET & WILLIAM J. POLK
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 936.
An Act to divorce Margaret Polk and her husband, William J. Polk, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 9, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

ELLEN POWELL
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 519.
An Act to divorce Ellen Powell from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 16, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

WILLIAM F. & MARY L. PRETTYMAN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 880.
An Act to divorce Mary L. Prettyman from William F. Prettyman.
Passed at Dover, May 26, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOSHUA D. & ELLA TATEM PUSEY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 363.
An Act to divorce Ella Tatem Pusey from her husband, Joshua D. Pusey.
Passed at Dover, May 8, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * Q * * * * *

JOHN J. & WILHELMINA QUIENT
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 512.
An Act to divorce a vinculo matrimonii John J. Quient from his wife, Wilhelmina Quient.
Passed at Dover, April 8, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]


* * * * * R * * * * *

ROBERT E. RANDALL
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 582
An Act to divorce Robert E. Randall from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 8, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]

GEORGE H. & MARY ELIZABETH RAYMOND
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 506.
An Act to divorce Mary Elizabeth Raymond from her husband, George H. Raymond, junior.
Passed at Dover, April 7, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

JAMES & ELIZA ANN RECORDS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CCCXXXV.
An Act to divorce Eliza Ann Records from her husband James Records. Private act.
Passed at Dover, February 3, 1857.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Dover, Delaware, William Sharp, 1859.]

W. DENNIS & SALLIE E. REDMOND
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 845.
An Act to divorce Sallie E. Redmond from her husband, W. Dennis Redmond.
Passed at Dover, April 19, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOSEPH HOWARD & MARY JOSEPHINE REED
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 846.
An Act to divorce Mary Josephine Reed from her husband, Joseph Howard Reed, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, April 19, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WALTER W. & ROSIE A. REED
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 331.
An Act to divorce Rosie A. Reed from her husband, Walter W. Reed.
Passed at Dover, March 12, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM M. & MARY E. REED
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 527.
An Act to divorce Mary E. Reed from her husband, William M. Reed.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

GEORGE M. & ANNA M. REYBOLD
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 870.
An Act to divorce Anna M. Reybold from her husband, George M. F. Reybold , a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, May 13, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

BARACH & ANNIE E. RICHARDS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 885.
An Act to divorce Barach Richards from his wife Annie E. Richards.
Passed at Dover, April 11, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

ELZEY D. & JENNIE R. RICHARDSON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 369.
An Act to divorce Elzey D. Richardson from his wife, Jennie R. Richardson.
Passed at Dover, May 9, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ROBERT & JENNIE RICKERBY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 806.
An Act to divorce Jennie Rickerby from her husband, Robert Rickerby.
Passed at Dover, March 16, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

EDWARD T. & ELLEN R. RIGHTER
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 337.
An Act to divorce Ellen R. Righter from her husband, Edward T. Righter.
Passed at Dover, March 16, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

RUFUS A. & ANNIE M. ROACH
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 793.
An Act to divorce Annie M. Roach and Rufus A. Roach, her husband.
Passed at Dover, February 23, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

THOMAS J. & ANNIE MAY ROACH
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 342.
An Act to divorce Annie May Roach and Thomas J. Roach, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 25, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

J. PERCY ROBINETT
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 574.
An Act to Divorce J. Percy Robinett from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, February 26, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]

HARRY K. & SUSAN J. ROBINSON
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 532.
An Act to divorce Harry K. Robinson and Susan J. Robinson, his wife, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

WILLIAM & TAMSEY ROBBINS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER CLVI.
An ACT to divorce William Robbins, and Tamsey the wife of the said William, from the bonds of matrimony.
at Dover, January 25, 1804 - Private act.
[Laws of the State of Delaware (from Jan 2, 1798 to Jan 5, 1805), Volume III, Published by Authority, Wilmington, 1816]

MATILDA R. & WILLIAM RODICK
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 924.
An Act to divorce Matilda R. Rodick and William Rodick, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 27, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

THOMAS & ANNA RODWAY
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 536.
An Act to divorce Thomas Rodway from his wife, Anna Rodway.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

ANANIAS & SARAH E. ROGERS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 860.
An Act to divorce Ananias Rogers from his wife, Sarah E. Rogers.
Passed at Dover, April 29, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM H. & BETTINE McKEAN ROGERS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 367.
An Act to divorce Bettine McKean Rogers from William H. Rogers.
Passed at Dover, May 9, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM F. & ANNIE M. RUDOLPH
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 521.
An Act to divorce Annie M. Rudolph and William F> Rudolph, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 17, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

WILLIAM H. & ELIZABETH P. RULON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 837.
An Act to divorce Elizabeth P. Rulon from her husband, William H. Rulon.
Passed at Dover, April 14, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ALEXANDER B. & ELLA B. RUSSELL
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 851.
An Act to divorce Alexander B. Russell from his wife, Ella B. Russell.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOHN & FLORENCE RUSSELL
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 824.
An Act to divorce Florence Russell from her husband, John Russell.
Passed at Dover, March 30, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * S * * * * *

JOHN W. & MARY L. SANDERSON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 836.
An Act to divorce John W. Sanderson from his wife, Mary L. Sanderson.
Passed at Dover, April 13, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

FRIEDERICKE WILHELMINE & HEINRICH SCHNELL
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 930.
An Act to divorce Friedericke Wilhelmine Schnell from her husband, Heinrich Schnell, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, March 29, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

JAMES & MARY BEDDIS SHAW
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 358.
An Act to annul and to declare void and of no effect a marriage existing between Mary Beddiss Shaw and James Shaw.
Passed at Dover, May 4, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

GEORGE & MARY R. SHROM
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 833.
An Act to divorce Mary R. Shrom from her husband, George Shrom.
Passed at Dover, April 9, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

MAGGIE & WILLIAM T. SEWARD
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 922.
An Act to divorce Maggie Seward from her husband William T. Seward, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, March 19, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

THOMAS J. & CAROLINE A. SHANDLEY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 858.
An Act divorcing Caroline A. Shandley and Thomas J. Shandley, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony, and changing her name to Caroline A. Crouch.
Passed at Dover, April 28, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOHN V. & EMMA MAY SHEPPEY
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 494.
An Act to divorce Emma May Sheppey and John V. Sheppey, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, February 19, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

ROBERT & SALLIE SHOLES
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 847.
An Act to divorce Sallie Sholes from her husband, Robert Sholes.
Passed at Dover, April 19, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOHN F. & ELIZA A. SHORT
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 354.
An Act to divorce Eliza A. Short and John F. Short, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 23, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ULYSSES GRANT & SARAH A. SIMONS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 328.
An Act to divorce Sarah A. Simons from her husband, Ulysses Grant Simmons.
Passed at Dover, March 6, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

SARAH E. & JAMES SLAUGHTER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 944.
An Act to divorce Sarah E. Slaughter from her husband, James Slaughter.
Passed at Dover, April 12, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

DURBIN & MARY D. SMITH
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 814.
An Act to divorce Mary D. Smith and Durbin Smith, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 23, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

AUGUSTUS N. & ELLA D. SOUTHARD
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 573.
An Act to Divorce Augustus N. Southard and Ella D. Southard from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, February 21, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]

HARRY & LIZZIE A. SPARKLIN
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 496.
An Act to divorce Lizzie A. Sparklin from her husband, Harry Sparklin, and for other purposes.
Passed at Dover, February 26, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

HENRY R. & ELIZABETH SPENCER
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 508.
An Act to divorce Henry R. Spencer from his wife, Elizabeth S. Spencer.
Passed at Dover, April 7, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

HOWARD B. & SARAH W. SPRINGER
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 859.
An Act to divorce Howard B. Springer from his wife, Sarah W. Springer.
Passed at Dover, April 28, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JAMES & MARY A. STANLEY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 868.
An Act to divorce Mary A. Stanley from her husband, James Stanley.
Passed at Dover, May 13, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

NATHAN & MARY S. STANTON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 831.
An Act to divorce Mary S. Stanton from her husband, Nathan Stanton.
Passed at Dover, April 9, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOHN & SUSANNA STILLY
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAP. CLXXIX.
ACT to divorce Susanna Stilly, from the bed and board of her husband, John Stilly.
Private act.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 4, From January 7, 1806 to February 3, 1813, Dover, Delaware]

ANNIE F. & WILLIAM A. STEEL
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 898.
An Act to divorce Annie F. Steel from her husband, William A. Steel.
Passed at Dover, March 1, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

RICHARD & CATHARINE STEVENSON
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 538.
An Act to divorce Catharine Stevenson from her husband, Richard Stevenson.
Passed at Dover, April 22, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

LEWIS MAY & EMMA J. STOCKWELL
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 526.
An Act to divorce Emma J. Stockwell from her husband, Lewis May Stockwell.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

EDWARD T. & ANNIE E. STRAIN
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 511.
An Act to divorce Annie E. Strain and Edward T. Strain, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 8, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

WILLIAM A. & NELLIE STRAIN
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 509.
An Act to divorce Nellie Stain and William A. Strain, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 7, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

HENRY F. & LOUELA STROUD
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 829.
An Act to divorce Henry F. Stroud and Louela Stroud, his wife, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 5, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

CHARLES P. & MARY SULLIVAN
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 825.
An Act to divorce Mary Sullivan and her husband, Charles P. Sullivan, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 31, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * T * * * * *

ELIAS J. & CARRIE E. TAYLOR
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 355.
An Act to divorce Elias J. Taylor and Carrie E. Taylor, his wife, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 26, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOHN & ANNA TAYLOR
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 866.
An Act divorcing John Taylor and Anna, his wife.
Passed at Dover, May 10, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

SEVERN & MARTHA TAYLOR
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 352.
An Act to divorce Severn Taylor from his wife, Martha Taylor.
Passed at Dover, April 19, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ALBERT & LILLIE THATCHER
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 359.
An Act to divorce Lillie Thatcher from her husband, Albert Thatcher.
Passed at Dover, May 6, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM & LOUISA WATKINS THOMAS
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 362.
An Act to annul and to declare void and of no effect a marriage existing between Louisa Watkins Thomas and William Thomas.
Passed at Dover, May 7, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

MARY F. & NOAH J. TINDEL
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 907.
An Act to divorce Mary F. Tindel from her husband Noah J. Tindel.
Passed at Dover, March 7, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

LEMUEL D. & MAHALA C. TINGLE
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 524.
An Act to divorce Lemuel D. Tingle from his wife, Mahala C. Tingle.
Passed at Dover, April 17, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

WILLIAM J. & MABEL O. TILL
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 812.
An Act to divorce Mabel O. Till from her husband, William J. Till.
Passed at Dover, March 22, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

SYLVESTER & ELLEN TORBERT
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 340.
An Act to divorce Sylvester Torbert and Ellen Torbert, his wife from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 25, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JAMES W. & MARGARET A. TWIFORD
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 530.
An Act to divorce Margaret A. Twiford from her husband, James W. Twiford.
Passed at Dover, April 21, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]


* * * * * U * * * * *



* * * * * V * * * * *

CATHARINE M. & BARRETT H. VAN AUKEN
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 931.
An Act to divorce Catharine M. Van Auken from her husband, Barrett H. Van Auken, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, April 1, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

WILLIAM T. & MARY J. VANDYKE
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 799.
An Act to divorce Mary J. Vandyke from her husband, William T. Vandyke
Passed at Dover, February 26, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * W * * * * *

IDA & WILLIAM FRANKLIN WAITNEIGHT
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 879.
An Act to divorce Ida Waitneight from her husband, William Franklin Waitneight.
Passed at Dover, February 7, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

GEORGE A. & SUSAN WALT
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 576.
An Act to Divorce Susan Walt and George A. Walt from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 1, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]

JACOB & ROSA WALTER
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 916.
An Act to divorce Jacob Walter from his wife Rosa Walter.
Passed at Dover, March 15, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

GEORGE & CORA S. WALTON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 920.
An Act to divorce George Walton from his wife Cora S. Walton.
Passed at Dover, March 18, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

GEORGE E. & MARY E. WARRINGTON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 830.
An Act to divorce George E. Warrington from his wife, Mary E. Warrington.
Passed at Dover, April 9, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

RUFUS W. & MARY E. WARRINGTON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 842.
An Act to divorce Mary E. Warrington from her husband, Rufus W. Warrington.
Passed at Dover, April 16, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

DAVID & CATHARINE WASSON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER LVI.
An Act to divorce Catharine Wasson, late Catharine Vandever, and David Wasson, from the bonds of Matrimony. Private Act.
Passed at Dover, February 15, 1853.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Dover, Delaware, William Sharp, 1859.]

WALTER M. & LOTTIE M. WATSON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 348.
An Act to divorce Lottie M. Watson from her husband, Walter M. Watson
Passed at Dover, April 12, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM B. & AMANDA E. WATSON
DIVORCE ACTS. CHAPTER 502.
An Act dissolving the bonds of matrimony between William B. Watson and Amanda E. Watson.
Passed at Dover, April 1, 1891.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, 1890-1891]

HOWARD L. & LILLIE WEED
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 335.
An Act to divorce Lillie Weed and Howard L. Weed, her husband, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, March 12, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

FREDERICK C. & CAROLINE WERLE
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 889.
An Act to divorce Frederick C. Werle from his wife, Caroline Werle.
Passed at Dover, February 14, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

WILLIAM & GRACE WHITAKER
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 855.
An Act to divorce Grace Whitaker from her husband, William Whitaker.
Passed at Dover, April 26, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM S. & KATE L. WILEY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 840.
An Act to divorce William S. Wiley from his wife, Kate L. Wiley.
Passed at Dover, April 14, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

ABRAHAM & RUTH WILLIAMS
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 945.
An Act to divorce Abraham Williams from his wife, Ruth Williams, a vinculo matrimonii..
Passed at Dover, April 12, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

ROBERT H. & ELENORA WILLIAMSON
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 883.
An Act to divorce Elenora Williamson, usually known as Dolly Williamson, from her husband, Robert H. Williamson.
Passed at Dover, May 29, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

SARAH C. & WILLIAM F. WILLING
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 903.
An Act to divorce Sarah C. Willing from her husband William F. Willing.
Passed at Dover, March 7, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

WILLIAM B. & EZMY K. WINDSOR
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 853.
An Act to divorce Ezmy K. Windsor from her husband, William B. H. Windsor.
Passed at Dover, April 23, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WILLIAM F. & MARTHA E. WINDSOR
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 351.
An Act to divorce Martha E. Windsor from her husband, William F. Windsor.
Passed at Dover, April 18, 1895.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

E. BENTON & ELIZABETH WILSON
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 946.
An Act to divorce E. Benton Wilson from his wife, Elizabeth Wilson.
Passed at Dover, April 22, 1889.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 18, Part 1, Samuel and John Adams, Publisher]

ISAAC H. & LAURA L. WRIGHT
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 797.
An Act to divorce Isaac H. Wright from his wife, Laura L. Wright, a vinculo matrimonii.
Passed at Dover, February 24, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

JOHN B. & SALLIE J. WRIGHT
TITLES OF PRIVATE ACTS. CHAPTER 575.
An Act to Divorce Sallie J. Wright, from her husband John B. Wright.
Passed at Dover, March 1, 1877.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 15, from Jan. 5, 1875, James & Webb Printers, 1875.]

SAMUEL W. & MARY E. WRIGHT
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 875.
An Act to divorce Samuel W. Wright and Mary E. Wright from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, May 24, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]

WESLEY T. & LIZZIE WRIGHT
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 843.
An Act to divorce Wesley T. Wright and his wife, Lizzie Wright, from the bonds of matrimony.
Passed at Dover, April 16, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


* * * * * X * * * * *



* * * * * Y * * * * *



* * * * * Z * * * * *

JOHN ALLISON & KEZIAH BELLE ZEBLEY
DIVORCE ACTS. Chapter 857.
An Act to divorce Keziah Belle Zebley from her husband, John Allison Zebley.
Passed at Dover, April 28, 1897.
[Laws of the State of Delaware, Volume 20, 1895-1898 Dover, Delaware]


Divorces submitted by Mary Kay Krogman unless otherwise indicated.


Delaware State Home Page
Genealogy Trails

© Copyright by GenealogyTrails