3 edition of Tennessee divorces, 1797-1858 found in the catalog.
Tennessee divorces, 1797-1858
Gale Williams Bamman
|Statement||Gale W. Bamman, Debbie W. Spero.|
|Contributions||Spero, Debbie Williams.|
|LC Classifications||F435 .B36 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 121 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||87127221|
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Tennessee divorces, Taken from legislative petitions and actsAuthor: Gale Williams Bamman. Editors note: This paper has been adapted from the Introduction found in her book, Tennessee DivorcesTaken from Legislative Petitions and Acts* by Gale W.
Bamman and Debbie W. Spero, and is published here with permission. From the book “ Tennessee Divorces Taken from Legislative Petitions and Acts” by Gale W. Barnman C. and Debbie W. Spero, copyrighted in Nashville, TN.
The authors present abstracts of these divorces, which they described as some very lengthly, cautioning that the surname of the female requested to use could have been. This book contains abstracts from legislative petitions (requesting a divorce) and acts of Tennessee (granting a divorce if approved.) Under early Tennessee divorce laws, the Tennessee General Assembly (state legislature) granted divorces and privileges of feme sole until Buy Tennessee divorces, taken from legislative petitions and acts by Gale Williams Bamman, Debbie Williams Spero online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now. Divorce records are normally maintained by the respective county's circuit court. Those for the past fifty years are available at the Tennessee Office of 1797-1858 book Records.
Early divorce records are compiled in Gale W. Bamman and Debbie W. Spero, Tennessee Divorces, ' (Nashville: G. Bamman, ), which abstracts divorce records statewide. Stewart County 1797-1858 bookfrom Tennessee Divorces Military Records.
Revolutionary War Veterans. Record of Commissions of Officers in the Tennessee Militia, War of book from the Stewart County Archives, index here Stewart County, Tennessee Tax Lists, book from the Stewart County. Tennessee divorces, take from legislative petitions and acts.
[S.l.: s.n.], Call # folio F B This source includes petitions for divorce in Tennessee arranged in alphabetical order sometimes by the wife and sometimes by the husband. Many of the entries also include a narrative account of the reasons for the petition.
You may or may not seen the court papers for the divorce of Samuel Dickson and his wife Ann Miller, they were taken from a book "Tennessee Divorces by Gale W.
Bamman, C.G. & Debbie W. Spero. Hugh Miller,James & a Susannah Boswell gave Susannah be James' first wife. Tennessee State Marriage Index, Family Search.
Tennessee divorces, taken from legislative petitions and acts Family History Library Tennessee, Compiled Marriages, Ancestry. Tennessee, County Marriages, Family Search. Tennessee. "Tennessee Cousins." Worth S Ray, Genealogical Publishing Company, First printed inthis book is the history of Tennessee people.
It is divided into counties. AJ3 "Tennessee Divorces ," Gale W Bamman & Debbie W Spero, Nashville. CWM, GW3 "Tennessee Genealogical Records: Records of Early Settlers from State and County. The following was taken from a book Tennessee Divorces by Gale W.
Bamman, C.G. & Debbie W. Spero: Dickson, Samuel 11 July Overton County. Samuel was married ca to ANN MILLER. Ann has committed adultery and left the bed and board of Samuel for the past 12 months.
(40) Early Tennessee Newspaper Marriages (41) Tennessee Bible Records & Marriage Bonds (42) Tennessee Divorces (43) East Tennessee and the Civil War (44) Tennessee Confererate Widows (45) Volunteers for Union and Liberty History of the 5th Tennessee Infantry (46) History of the 1st Tennessee Infantry (47) The Pension List of.
Tennessee Divorces Tennesseans in the Civil War (2 volumes) Twenty-four Hundred Tennessee Pensioners. North Carolina Land Grants in Tennessee, Tennessee Wills and Administrations Early East Tennessee Taxpayers. Officers in the Tennessee Militia. Tennesseans in the War of Soldiers of the War of Lucy completely disappears from the record.
I find this info again listed in the book, Tennessee Divorces by Gale W. Bamman, C.G. and Debbie W. Spero. In this divorce, John McDonald ends up with their three very young children.
In the book it says that women could not instigate a divorce on their own. Tennessee Divorces, Gale Williams Bamman: Tennessee Genealogical Records and Abstracts: Sherida K.
Eddlemon: Tennessee Genealogical Records: Records of Early Settlers from State and County Archives: Edythe Whitley: Tennessee Genealogical Research: George Schweitzer: Tennessee Records: Bible Records and Marriage.
Essex County, Virginia Order BookFHL microfilm 1, item 3. Gale W. Bammon and Debbie W. Spero, Tennessee Divorces Taken from Legisilative Petitions and Acts Frederick Co., VA Order BookFHL microfilm 0, Ruth & Sam Sparacio, Order Book Abstracts of Essex County, Virginia The other somewhat unusual book is Tennessee Divorces – by Gale W.
Bamman and Debbie W. Spero. This seems like an odd topic to decide to devote an entire book to but for some I am confident you will find this to be a great reference. From: Tennessee Divorces,taken from Legislative Petitions & Acts by Bammam & Spero *Contributed by Myra (Kell) McCreery *Nimrod and Sally Jones Moore were the parents of Mary Moore who married LeRoy Standifer about in Bledsoe Co.
Tennessee Divorces Bamman Item #: NEW Click image to enlarge. pages in this soft bound book. This is a reprint. It contains material from "Legislative Petitions and Acts". There is some pretty interesting reading in this little book by Gale W Bamman, C G & Debbie W.
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Page 21 of Description: An alphabetical listing of all divorces filed between and In Tennessee along with descriptions of the divorce claims. Also includes Early Tennessee divorce Laws.• Red Book, 3rd edition, edited by Alice Eichholz (Ancestry) • Sourcebook of Michigan Census, County Histories, • Tennessee Divorces, by Gale W.
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