BECHTIE: Lottie Bechtie vs Joseph Bechtie, divorce, gross neglect of duty, J. E. Shayer, attorney. [The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]
CASHELL: Elizabeth Cashell vs Wm. Cashell, divorce. Hoopes & Robinson, attorneys. [The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]
DAVIS: Mary C. Davis vs James B. Davis, divorce, extreme cruelty, J. M. Kennedy attorney. [The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]
DURBIN: Christine Durban has filed a petition for divorce from Christian Durban. They were married May 27, 1927 in Marysville and have no children. She charges extreme cruelty, saying that he struck her and threatened to kill her. She also charges failure to provide. She asks for restoration of her maiden name, Christine Bugg. A. H. Kollefrath is her attorney. [The Richwood Gazette, Jan. 2, 1930]
SHERWOOD: Sarah E. Sherwood vs Owen E. Sherwood, divorce, extreme cruelty, J. L. Cameron, attorney for plaintiff. [The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]
SPAIN: Evie Josephine Spain vs Madison Spain, divorce. A. H. Kollefreth, attorney. [The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]
Madison Spain Makes Sensational Charges In Answer to His Wife’s Petition for Divorce.
THREW GREASE ON HIM -- Madison Spain, through his attorneys, Hoopes & Robinson, on Monday filed a sensational answer and cross petition to his wife’s suit for divorce. Spain says that he is guilty of slapping his wife on different occasions but this was done in self defense, and that sometime during the month of March 1906, his wife threw a plate of grease on him, and a cup and saucer at him, beat him over the head with a poker, in June 1907 and that she has repeatedly threatened to kill him, and continually carries a revolver, and states she will kill the defendant. Spain says that his wife has been guilty of gross neglect of duty since October 1906, in that she has wholly failed to cohabit with him and during this time she has refused to even converse with him, but has lived in his house, separate and apart from him, and had refused to cook his meals and care for his house, although able to do so. Spain avers that his wife uses vulgar and profane language in the presence of their children such as unfit to be seen in print. Spain asks that the prayer of his wife’s petition for alimony be refused, and that upon the final hearing he may be given the decrees and the custody of the minor children, and hold his real and personal property. [The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]
COLLETTE: Otella May Collette has been granted a divorce from Dalton P Collette and awarded alimony and the custody of the minor children. The defendant has to pay costs. [The Marysville Republican, May 21, 1908]
HYLAND: In the divorce case of Edna May Hyland against Clarence Hyland, Judge Brodrick on Saturday ordered the defendant to pay $2.00 per week alimony pending the suit. [The Marysville Republican, May 21, 1908]
LYONS: Granted a Divorce - Mrs. Bertha Lyons was granted a divorce from Charles Lyons, of Milford Center. The case was heard before judge E. W. Porter and was contested. The couple was married on April 17, 1902. The divorce was granted on the grounds of habitual drunkeness on the part of the defendant. The parties are to hold title jointly in certain real estate in Milford Center. The plainiff is given custody of the child Mary Annette Lyons and the defendant is to pay the county clerk $12 a month for the support of the child. The plainiff is entitled to the whole of the property in Milford Center, for alimony. She is to have all the household goods. The defendant receives a pension as a veteran of the Spanish American war and the judgement in no way affects this. [The Richwood Gazette, Jan. 9, 1930]
CONNOR: The third partial account of Frank Connor, guardian of Marna C. Tway, has been filed. The amount chargeable is $956.72, and the balance due the ward is $241.12. [Marysville Journal, The Richwood Gazette, Jan. 2, 1930]
ROBBINS: Edward Robbins of Columbus, has been appointed guardian of his father, John Robbins, an inmate of the Columbus state hospital under a bond of $500. Robbins was recently sent to the hospital from Union county. He is a resident of Milford Center. [The Marysville Republican, May 21, 1908]
ROBINSON: Leota B. Cheney has been appointed guardian of S. N. Robinson [The Richwood Gazette, Jan. 2, 1930]
[The Marysville Republican, Thursday, June 4, 1908]
- Abraham Raypole, of Jerome has filed a petition to sell the real estate of his father, the late John Raypole.
- Isabelle Jollie, executer of the estate of John Maskill reports that the estate consists solely of certificates of deposit in the sum of $648.96.
- Personal assets valued at $485.90 and real estate valued at $3450 have been reported by Robert McCrory, administer of the estate of Thomas Mapes.
- Mrs. Hattie R. Bigelow, executor of the estate of her husband, A. R. Bigelow deceased, has filed an inventory of the personal estate, showing the same to be valued at $6526.60
- The will of James Armine who died suddenly recently, has been offered for probate hearing, June 30.
BEAL: To Sell Real Estate -- Karl Fawley, administrator of the estate of Ida Beal, has filed his petition to sell real estate. Mary M. Williams, is the defendant.
BLUMENSCHEIN: Sixth Account Filed - The sixth and final account of Elizabeth Blumenschein, guardian of Walter P. Blumenschein, has been filed. The account is balanced at $2065.02 [Marysville Journal, The Richwood Gazette, Jan. 2, 1930]
EASTERDAY: G. G. Bolenbaugh, A. D. Parish and D. E. Ogan, appraisers of the estate of Daniel E. Easterday, have filed their report. The estate is valued at $717.50. [The Richwood Gazette, Jan. 2, 1930]
CARR: Final Account Filed -- The first and final account of I. N. Robertson, administrator of the estate of Druzilla Carr, deceased, has been filed. It is balanced at $741.13 [Marysville Journal, The Richwood Gazette, Jan. 2, 1930]
LAWSON: Appointed Administrator - Cora Lawson has been appointed as administrator of the estate of Sarah H. Lawson, deceased, under a bond of $2,000. [Marysville Journal, The Richwood Gazette, Jan. 2, 1930]
LEE: Sentenced to Reformatory -- In the case of the state of Ohio vs. Mabel Lee, charged with intoxication, she pleaded guilty and was fined $100 and costs and sentenced to the reformatory until the fine and costs are paid. [Marysville Journal, The Richwood Gazette, Jan. 2, 1930]
VAN HOUTON: First Account Filed -- The first account of Louis B. McNeal, executor of the estate of Highaliner R. Van Houton, deceased, has been filed. The total amount chargeable was $10,181.85. The balance due the estate is $116.68. [Marysville Journal, The Richwood Gazette, Jan. 2, 1930]