Caty and James Larimore
Fayette County, IN
September Term 1830
Circuit Court Civil Order
Book Mar 8-24 to Sep 16-31
Fayette Co IN
Caty Larimore \
Fayette County, IN: Book B, p. 372,
VS } On Libel for Divorce
Comes the plaintiff by O.H. Smith her counsel, and proves to the
the [sic] satisfaction of the Court that due notice of the pendency of the petition in this
behalf has been given at least four weeks by public advertizement in the Political
Clarian published at Connersville, agreeably to the order of Edward Webb and William
Miller, Associate Judges of this court, made in Vacation. And the said defendent al-
though three times solumnly Called Comes not. And the Court having heard
Evidence and inspected the bill, Enter and pronounce the following final decree
in the premises (towit) It is Ordered adjudged and finally decreed by the Court
that the bans of matrimony heretofore existing between the said Caty Larimore and
the said James Larimore be and the same is dissolved, and the said marriage
contract be and the same is hereby annulled, Vacated and set aside, and the
Said parties are forever released and discharged from the same. It is further
ordered by the Court that the said petitioner do pay and satisfy the costs of this
Suit within sixty days or in default thereof an attachment issue to enforce this
order HC [initials HC]
Circuit Court Civil Order - September Term, 1830.
Transcribed April 26, 1999 by J. L. McKenzie.
Thanks is due to
for finding this document
~ Scan of the copy from which this record was transcribed ~
for providing it to me.
NOTE: Because Caty Larimore felt the need to obtain this divorce, it is clear that she was unaware that her estranged first husband, James, had also obtained a divorce from her prior to marrying his second wife.
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