Stark County, Ohio
In the Court of Common Pleas, Branch of Domestic Relations, Stark County, State of Ohio ss:
Ida Boyer, 515 East Oxford ave, Alliance, Ohio, Plaintiff, vs. Daniel Boyer, address unknown, Defendant.
The defendant, Daniel Boyer, will take notice that the plaintiff, Ida Boyer, has filed an action against him for divorce, being cause No. 375, and that unless he appears and answers on or before the 5th day of August, 1929, judgement may be taken against him.
IDA BOYER By JOSEPH L. HILTON, Attorney for Plaintiff. [Published in the Evening Repository, June 24, July 1,8,15,22,29, 1929]
Jacob Draime Asks That His Interest Certain Real Estate Be Set Off
Jacob Draime filed his petition in the court of common pleas yesterday, making the following parties defendant.
Margaret Cattey, W. S. Hemminger, Charles H. Hemminger, Ida Hemminger, Margaret Bertolette, Harry O. Bertoleete, her husband, her William M. Hemminger, Adam Draime and Isabel Draime his wife, August Draime, John Draime, Christine Draime Berge and John P. Berge, her husband, and unknown heirs of Mary Draime Bowen, deceased, and the unknown heirs of Gustave Draime, deceased. The plainiff says he has a legal right to seized in fee simple as a brother and one of the heirs at law of Josephine Draime deceased, of the undivided one-seventh part of real estate situated in the county of Stark and state of Ohio, and being thirteen and two-thirds feet front and rear of the south side of lot N. 2999, lot No. 3000, and three feet front and rear off the north side of lot No. 3001, all of said lots situated in the city of Canton. Plainiff asks to have his interest set off to him in severalty and if that cannot be done that the land be sold and he further asks that an accounting of the rents and profits of said lots be made from the time of death of Josephine Draime until partition be made. W. H. Smith, attorney for plianiff source. [Source: Stark County Democrat, July 13, 1906 - JR - Sub by FoFG]
John H. Vail, retail dealer in clothing and gentlemen's furnishing goods at Wilmot, Stark County, assigned on the llth to John P. Shunk. Liabilities from $3,000 to $5,000; assets about $2,500. [Source: The Highland Weekly News, (Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio), December 20, 1882, Transcribed by Jeanne Hall]
In the Court of Common Pleas. Division of Domestic Relations. Stark County, Ohio
Ina Wilson, Massillon, Ohio, plaintiff, vs. George K. Wilson, Somerset, Pennsylvania, defendant.
George K. Wilson, Somerset, Pennsylvania, will take notice that he has been sued by his wife, Ina Wilson, for divorce in the Court of Common Pleas of Stark County, at Canton, Ohio; said cause being D.R. No. 395, and the ground alleged being "Extreme Cruelty", and that said cause will be up for hearing on or about the 14th day of August, 1929.
HEMPERLY, WIGGINS & HEGGEM,
Per L.C. WIGGINS, Attorneys for the Plaintiff [Published in The Evening Repository July 1,8,15,22,29, and Aug 5, 1929.]
The treasurer of Bethlehem township, Stark county, is $4,000 short in his accounts. [Newark Daily Advocate (Newark, Ohio) Tuesday, 24 Sep 1889 - Sub by Cathy Shultz]