Jacob & Anne Bongard
Source: Chaska Valley Herald (Thursday, 4 Feb. 1886) transcribed by FoFG mz
Judge McDonald, filed the papers in the case of Jacob Bongard vs. Anne Bongard, being an action for divorce, with Mr. G. Krayenbuhl last week, granting Mr. Bongard's petition and allowing the Divorce. Both parties are well and favorably known in the County, and their many friends look upon this occurrence as extremely unfortunate in more respect than one.
N. R. Travis
Source: The Appeal (St. Paul, MN) October 31, 1914; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
The case of Mr. N. R. Travis, who had the misfortune to accidentally run down and kill a little boy at Carver, Minn., last summer, was called in court Wednesday of last week and postponed until the March term of the court.
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (MN) Thursday, May 4, 1911; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
MAN CALLS SELF INSANE.
Chaska, Minn., May 3.-Nick Schutrup, once a wealthy farmer, today came before Judge of Probate Glaeser and pronounced himself insane. Upon examination, he was found to be so and was taken to St. Peter by Sheriff Gatz.