Shelby County Indiana
Gebhart / Gephart
The Shelby Republican
Married on November 5, 1923, and separated two days later was the experience of Elizabeth Gebhart and John W. Gebhart, according to a complaint for a divorce which was filed in the Shelby Circuit Court today by Mrs. Gebhart, against her husband. Herbert C. Jones represents the plaintiff, who asks the court for an order restoring her former name of Elizabeth Moore.
Thursday May 15, 1924
SON DESTROYED WEDDED BLISS
Mrs. Elizabeth Gebhart Asks For Divorce
From John W. Gebhart
ASKS HER FORMER NAME
Mrs. Gebhart, in her complaint, says that she was sixty-five years old at the time she married Mr. Gebhart. She states that she had been making her home with her daughter, near Morristown, and that the defendant had promised to make a
good home for her in Rush County.
After their marriage, Mrs. Gebhart says that they went to his home in Rush county, and that the day following their marriage Mr. Gebhart’s son arrived and upbraided the defendant for marrying. At that time Mrs. Gebhart alleges that her husband told her that she must sign an agreement relinquishing her property rights. She stated that she agreed, and that the son continued to protest against the marriage to such an extent that her husband ordered her to leave. She says that when she refused that he took her back to the home of her daughter. The wife says her husband did not contribute to her support.
Contributed by Barb Huff
The Shelby Democrat
Mrs. George Gephart was hostess Saturday afternoon for a meeting of the members of the Fairland Afternoon Club and the Shelbyville Frauenverein Club and a number of guests of the two organizations at her home, 11 north Tompkins street, and a most delightful time resulted for the ladies. Twelve of the members of the Fairland club and nineteen of the members of the Frauenverein Club [my copy ends here] ....
Thrusday, April 8, 1915
Page 6 column 4
EASTER MEETING OF
TWO WOMAN'S CLUBS
Held in This City With Mrs.
George Gephart As The
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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