Emily Harvey 
John G. Harvey

Order Book E, page 110

August Term 1845
Shelby Circuit Court

Emily Harvey      }
        vs               } Divorce No 28 Chancery
John G. Harvey }

                    Now come the parties and the Defendant files his answer (insert) and thereupon the parties are heard upon their allegations and proofs now adduced by them, at which being heard and the matter fully understood, it is ordered adjudged and decreed that the said complainant Emily Harvey be wholly and entirely divorced from the marital tie heretofore existing between her and the said Defendant and that the bond of marriage heretofore existing between her the said Complainant and him the said Defendant be altogether dissolved set aside and forever held for naught.  It is also further ordered adjudged and decreed that the said male child of the said parties in said bill named by and remain with and in the custody of the said complainant and that the said Defendant perpetually enjoined that he refrain from intermeddling with said male child and from claiming the custody thereof.  And because the said Defendant hath no real estate it is further ordered adjudged and decreed that the said Complainant for her reasonable alimony herein do recover of the said Defendant the sum of one hundred and fifty Dollars and also her costs by her herein laid out and expended taxed at Dollars and cents. of all which execution may be done as of a Judgment at Law.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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