Divorces

BUTLER Lillie Vs. Charles W. Butler - defendant called, default, and evidence heard.

MACOMBER, Mary E. Vs. Edgar Macomber - defendant called, default, evidence heard. (Quincy Whig. Oct 30, 1885, submitted by Candi H. 2008)

PURTON, Elizabeth Vs. Oliver Purton - defendant called, default, and evidence heard.

YOCHUMSON, George Vs. Lina Yochumson - defendant called, default, and evidence heard.

Submitted by Candi
(Thank You)

Ruth M Finck Perrine from Kenneth A Perrine - 16 Nov 1951 - Quincy, Adams, IL Kenneth A Perrine from Mariann F Underwood Perrine - 19 Jan 1962 - Quincy, Adams, IL
[Submitted by Shelly Perrine Campbell]

Brings Suit For Divorce After 12 Years Desertion
A bill for divorce was filed in the circuit clerk's office this morning, entitled Margaret E. vs. Frank J. Prettyman. The couple was married June 21, 1900, and on May 10, 1903, three years later, he deserted her, and has never come back.
[Source: The Quincy Daily Journal, Friday, July 9, 1915 - Transcribed by Debbie Gibson]

Two suits for divorce in both of which the plaintiffs charge their mates with desertion, were filed in the circuit court yesterday afternoon. George A. Fellers wants a divorce from Pauline Fellers to whom he was married in August, 1905, in St Louis and with whom he lived until December 9, 1911, when he charges that she deserted him. The petition states that she is now in Berkeley, California. Attorney F. M. McCann represents the plaintiff.
WOLKITT, Mollie L. Vs. Wolkitt, Charles to whom she was married April 18, 1905, in this city and with whom she lived until March 7, 1913;
when she charges he deserted her. She says she does not know where he is now. She asks the custody of her two children.
She is represented by Attorney W. H. Coon.
[The Quincy Daily Journal, Jan. 11, 1916 - Transcribed by Debbie Gibson]

 

 

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