Amsden  vs  Amsden



Shelby Circuit Court 

Box 689

Filed June 5, 1907 
                        J.H. Deitzer Clerk

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Complaint for Divorce
State of Indiana County of Shelby SS:                                                In The Shelby Circuit Court
May Term, 1907
Annie M. Amsden VS Charles E. Amsden

            The Plaintiff complains of the defendant and says that she and said defendant were lawfully married to each other on the 18th day of November in the year 1884; and that they lived together as husband and wife until about the 1st day of March 1906; and that since that time they have been living wholly separate and apart; that on the 20th day of April 1906, by judgment of the Circuit Court of Shelby County, Indiana, duly made and entered, said defendant was convicted of the crime of forging and uttering a forged instrument; and that by reason of the premises said Plaintiff is entitled to be divorced from said defendant.
            Wherefore said Plaintiff prays the Court that the bonds of matrimony, now and heretofore subsisting between plaintiff and defendant, be dissolved, and that plaintiff be granted a divorce from said defendant, and for all other relief proper in the premises.
Annie M. Amsden by E.H.Chadwick, her Attorney        

State of Indiana             County of Shelby SS:
            Annie M. Amsden, being duly sworn, upon her oath deposes and says that she is the Plaintiff in the above entitled cause; that she is now and for the ten years last past has been a bona-fide resident of the State of Indiana, and for the two years last past has resided in Shelby County, in said State, in Liberty township; and that her occupation is that of a farmer and housewife.
Annie M. Amsden
Subscribed and Sworn to before me, the undersigned, this 3rd day of June, A.D., 1907
Edward H. Chadwick Notary-Public, Shelby County, Indiana
Commissioned to July 1st 1908

Transcribed by Barb Huff

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