Fayette County, GA Vital Records - Divorces
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ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA, PASSED IN MILLEDGEVILLE, AT A SESSION OF THE SAME, IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER, 1857. COMPILED AND ANNOTATED BY EDWIN N. BROYLES.
PART II. LOCAL AND PRIVATE LAWS.
1857 Vol. 1 -- Page: 304
Sequential Number: 323
Law Number: [No. 321.]
Full Title: An Act for the relief of William C. Holliday, of the County of Fayette.
Section 1. Be it enacted, That William C. Holliday, of the county of Fayette, be and he is hereby relieved from all disabilities on account of a divorce obtained by his wife, Jane Holliday, in the Superior Court of said county, and that the said William C. Holliday be made eligible to marry again.
Sec. II. [All laws to the contrary are hereby repealed.]
Approval Date: Assented to December 22d, 1857.
The Fayetteville News. February 22, 1907
Libel for Divorce.
Mrs. Doshie Sims vs. T. J. Sims. Libel for Divorce, Fayette Superior Court, March Term, 1907.
State of Georgia, Fayette County. -- To T. J. Sims, Greeting: You are hereby required to be and appear, either in person or by attorney at the March term, 1907, of superior court of said county to be held on the 3rd Monday in March, 1907, to then and there answer the plaintiff's demand in an action for divorce, as in default thereof the court will proceed as to justice shall appertain.
Witness the Honorable E. J. Reagan, judge of said court this the 19th day of February, 1907.
J. W. Graham, Clerk Superior Court Fayette County, Georgia
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