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Subject: Re: Nine Divorces Granted [1912]
Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 12:38:09 -0500
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I am sorry if I was not clear. I simply copied what was in the paper.
If you want actual information, you would need to write to the Prothonary's Office at the Courthouse, where the files are kept. I don't know what amount of information they could send you.
I asked readers to let me know if it interested them to see how much response there was to such articles, if posting them helped anyone.

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Subject: RE: Nine Divorces Granted [1912]


I'm interested in the David W. Paul vs. Nora Paul divorce. Please let me know
what you have.



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Subject: Nine Divorces Granted [1912]

North Cambria News, Hastings, Friday, March 29, 1912

Judge M.B. Stephens in court at Ebensburg on Friday of last week signed
decrees of divorce in the following nine cases:
Lydo Barnes V. Ford G Barnes;
Chas. A. Wyandt vs. Rebeca Wyandt;
William G. Wilson vs. Cora Wilson;
Ionas Adams vs. Daniel B. Adams;
Martha Grindlesperger vs. Charles G. Grindlesperger;
George Null vs. Jennie M. Null;
Ida L. Fell vs. Samuel G. Fell;
Maude Gibson Lawson vs. Frank Benton Lawson; and
David W. Paul vs. Nora Paul.

Note: If any of these divorces appy to any of your research, please let me


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