The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Monday February 12, 1906
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          Charles Keith  has filed an affidavit against  William Redmond, charging the latter with adultery. Some months ago, Redmondís wife deserted him, and returned to Kentucky. Since that time, according to Keith, the disconsolate husband has been finding solace by living with a woman named  Sadie Dodds.
Contributed by Barb Huff


The  Shelby  Democrat
April 22, 1897
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          Deputy Clerk  Glessner  this morning granted a marriage license to  William Redmond  and  Anna Jones.  Redmond, who is so unfortunate as to be unable to write his name, has been employed in the  Gordon  neighborhood some time, and is the father of four children, who are inmates of the Orphans' Home, and who have $1,000 coming to them through their grand-father's estate, they being the grand-children of  William Drake, who died in this city a year or more ago.  The bride is a former resident of Paris, Ill.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, December 18, 1879
Page 3, column 2
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          Alex. Redmond, the tallest man in the county, having grown weary of the lonely life as a single man, took unto himself a help-mate in the person of  Miss Susan Baker, the smallest woman of this town.  Although their combined heights are ten and one half feet, of which the groom is six feet and three inches, still he showed good judgment in the choice of so estimable a young lady.
Contributed by Barb Huff

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