DeWitt County Divorces

PETITIONER
COMPLAINTANT
MAIDEN
NAME
DATE
MARRIED
MARRIAGE
LOCATION
DIV. FILED
 NOTICE PUB.
DIV. GRANTED
NOTICE PUB.
ANDERSON, Laura V. vs Charles B. 01 APR 1887
ARMSTRONG, Wesley W. vs Mary 01 SEP 1899
ARTHUR, Lovina vs Sherman 01 SEP 1899

BAKER, Geo. vs Mary

01 SEP 1899
BOWMAN, Emma vs William DILLOW 02 JUN 1901 DeWitt Co., IL 09 APR 1909
BROWN, Ida U. vs Charles W. PIATT (Ida A.) 21 JAN 1873 DeWitt Co., IL 24 OCT 1878
BURTON, Robert vs Mary Jane 01 FEB 1884
BUTLER, Clara F. vs George W. 10 NOV 1899
CACKLEY, Daisy vs Edward ROBBINS 1908 24 SEP 1909
CUNDIFF, William H. vs Rebecca A. FEARS 17 DEC 1851 DeWitt Co., IL 24 DEC 1858
CURTRIGHT, Matilda vs Joel CARLOCK 17 DEC 1851 DeWitt Co., IL 24 DEC 1858
DAIGH, Nannie vs Charles A. HICKMAN 28 APR 1879 DeWitt Co., IL 01 APR 1887
EDMISTON, D. W. vs Nettie (Custody) KNADLER 13 JAN 1869 DeWitt Co., IL 30 MAR 1888

ERICKSON, Eilleen vs John

04 AUG 1899
FLOOD, Rosa M. vs Isaac M. JONES 11 OCT 1876 DeWitt Co., IL 23 JAN 1885
FULLER, Josephus vs Manda E. ARBOGAST 30 OCT 1877 DeWitt Co., IL 01 APR 1887

GOENS, Margaret vs John

HEATH (Minnie M.) 02 OCT 1879 Effingham Co., IL 01 APR 1887
HALL, Parmelia B.vs Emanuel 01 APR 1887

HILL, Linda vs Loran

06 SEP 1920

HILLIS

06 APR 1877

JONES, Jas. W. vs Della

BURCHILL 24 NOV 1895 Jefferson Co., IL 01 SEP 1899
KEPHART, Mary E. vs Thomas E. 03 NOV 1899
LILLARD, Eugene vs Zarilda J. STIVERS 22 JUL 1885 DeWitt Co., IL 23 JUL 1891 26 AUG 1891

LUDDINGTON, Thomas

HACKNEY, Susan 16 MAY 1894 DeWitt Co., IL 15 JUN 1894

MYERS, William

10 JAN 1908
NORFORTH, Julius W. vs Lydia 01 APR 1887
OWENS, John vs Symantha SULLARDS 03 APR 1853 DeWitt Co., IL 21 JAN 1859
PEDDICORD, Elizabeth vs Caleb ACTON 14 NOV 1842 Franklin Co., OH 03 MAR 1864
PETTIBONE, Cora vs Wm. 01 SEP 1899
POINDEXTER, George vs Charlotte DILL 05 SEP 1894 DeWitt Co., IL 12 DEC 1895

PROUD, James vs Ellen

24 MAR 1864
REYNOLDS, Laura vs George MANLOVE 03 SEP 1877 DeWitt Co., IL 12 FEB 1897
SHINNEMAN, Sarah A. vs David 01 SEP 1899

SNELL, Harriet vs Thornton

STANDON 1903 26 JUN 1907
SUTTON, Jonathan J. vs Mary E. LITTLE 16 OCT 1873 DeWitt Co., IL 07 JUL 1882
WELCH/WELSH, Melvina vs William STOREY 04 MAR 1873 DeWitt Co., IL 13 OCT 1882
WILLIAMS, Cecil Lee vs Mack R. 06 SEP 1920

WRIGHT, Hattie vs John W.

ARGO 11 MAY 1893 DeWitt Co., IL 12 FEB 1897

December 24, 1858 

State of Illinois,
DeWitt County,

DeWitt circuit court, to March Term A. D. 1859.

William H. CUNDIFF
           vs.              }  In Chancery for Divorce
Rebecca S. CUNDIFF

Notice is hereby given to you the said defendant, Rebecca A. Cundiff, that a bill in chancery for divorce has this day been filed in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of DeWitt county against you by William H. Cundiff, and that a subpoena in chancery has been issued thereon returnable to the first day of the said term of said court. Now, unless you, the said Rebecca A. Cundiff, shall be and appear before the circuit court of said county of DeWitt, on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at the court house in Clinton, on the first Monday in the month of March next, and plead, answer, or demur to said complainant's bill, that the same will be taken as confessed against you, and a decree entered according to the prayer thereof.

Robert Lewis, clerk.
L. Weldon, Att'y for Pl'ff.

Submitted by Judy Simpson


December 24, 1858 
State of Illinois

DeWitt County,
DeWitt circuit court, to March Term A. D. 1859.

Matilda CURTRIGHT
           vs.              }  In Chancery for Divorce
Joel CURTRIGHT

Notice is hereby given to you the said defendant, Joel Curtright, that a bill in chancery for divorce has this day been filed in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of DeWitt county against you by Matilda Curtright, and that a subpoena in chancery has been issued thereon returnable to the first day of the said term of said court. Now, unless you, the said Joel Curtright, shall be and appear before the circuit court of said county of DeWitt, on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at the court house in Clinton, on the first Monday in the month of March next, and plead, answer, or demur to said complainant's bill, that the same will be taken as confessed against you, and a decree entered according to the prayer thereof.

Robert Lewis, Clerk.
E. O. Hill, Sol. for comp't.

Submitted by Judy Simpson


January 21, 1859 
State of Illinois

DeWitt County,
Circuit court, March Term, 1859.

John OWENS vs. Symantha OWENS.—Bill for Divorce

Notice is given to Symantha Owens that the complainant has filed this bill against you, that a subpoena has been issued returnable on the first Monday in March next, at the court house in Clinton, and that unless you then and there appear, plead, answer or demur to said bill, the same will be taken for confessed against you.

Robert Lewis, Clerk.

Submitted by Judy Simpson


March 3, 1864 
State of Illinois

DeWitt County,
Circuit Court, May Term, A. D. 1864

Elizabeth Peddicord
           vs.              }  In Chancery, Bill for Divorce
Caleb Peddicord

Affidavit having been made of the non residence of the above named defendant, notice is hereby given that a bill for divorce has been filed by Elizabeth Peddicord against you the said Caleb Peddicord, and that a subpoena has been issued from said court, returnable on the first day of the next term of said court.

Now, unless you the said Caleb Peddicord shall be and appear before the said circuit court of said county, to be holden at the court house in Clinton, in said county, on the 1st Monday in May, A. D. 1864, and plead, answer or demur to said bill, the same will be taken for confessed against you, and a decree entered accordingly.

Joseph J. Kelly, Clerk
March 3, 1864
Moore & Greene, Sol. For Compl't

Submitted by Judy Simpson


March 24, 1864 
State of Illinois

DeWitt County,
Circuit Court, May Term, A. D. 1864

James PROUD
           vs.              }  In Chancery, Bill for Divorce
Ellen PROUD

NOTICE is hereby given to you the said Ellen Proud, defendant in the above entitled cause, that on the 15th day of February, A.D. 1864, there was filed in said court by James Proud on the chancery side thereof, a bill against you for divorce, and that the same is now pending and will be heard at the next term thereof, to be holden in Clinton in said county, on the first Monday in May, A.D. 1864.

Now, therefore, notice is given to you the said Ellen Proud, that unless you shall appear, answer, plead or demur to said bill on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at the circuit house in Clinton, on the 1st Monday in May, A.D. 1864, the same will be taken as confessed against you, and decree entered accordingly.

Witness my hand and the seal of said court at Clinton, this 15th day of February, A.D. 1864.

Joseph J. Kelly, Clerk
E. H. Palmer, Sol. For Com.

Possible match from Ohio Marriage Records:
PROUD, JAMES     JONES, ELLEN     06/12/1850     GREENE CO., OH

Submitted by Judy Simpson


April 6, 1877 

Mrs. HILLIS received a decree of divorce from her husband and the guardianship of her children.

Submitted by Judy Simpson


February 1, 1884 
State of Illinois

DeWitt County,
In the circuit court March term 1884.

Robert BURTON
           vs.              }  No. 1582—In Chancery—Divorce
Mary Jane BURTON

Affidavit of the non-residence of Mary Jane Burton, the above name defendant, having been filed in the clerk's office of the circuit court, notice is therefore hereby given to the said Mary Jane Burton that the complainant filed his bill of complaint in said court, on the chancery side thereof, on the 1st day of February, 1884, and thereupon a summons issued out of said court returnable on the third Monday in the month of March, 1884, as is by law required. Now unless you the said Mary Jane Burton shall personally be and appear before said court, on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden in and for the said county, on the third Monday in March, 1884, and plead, answer or demur to the said complainant's bill of complaint, the same and the matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered against you according to the prayer of said bill.

John T. Carle, Clerk.
By Wm. Z. Dewey, Deputy.
Clinton, Illinois, February 1, 1884.

Submitted by Judy Simpson


April 1, 1887 

Julius W. NORTHFORTH v. Lydia NORTHFORTH. Decree of divorce granted.

Possible match from the Illinois Statewide Marriage Index:
NORFORTH, JULIUS W.     BARLOW, ELIZA J.     07/27/1870     PIATT

Submitted by Judy Simpson


August 12, 1880 
Clinton Public

A FAMILY JAR.

Dr. D. W. EDMISTON and his wife did not seem to be equally yoked together, so at the last term of the circuit court they submitted their differences to Judge Lacey and a decree of divorce was granted.  It was also settled that the doctor should take the oldest boy as his share of the family product and Mrs. EDMISTON the baby.  Since then the children have visited back and forth between their estranged parents; but lately Mrs. Edmiston got an idea that the Doctor intended to take the youngest child from her and send it to Ohio.  Last Tuesday the Doctor got possession of the child, after a row with its mother and Mrs. KNADLER, and took it home with him.  A warrant was sworn out for the Doctor’s arrest, and on Wednesday his case was tried before Justice Richey.  The trial lasted all day and until late in the evening, when Justice Richey decided to put the Doctor under $200 bonds for his appearance at the August term of the circuit court.

--------------------

March 30, 1888
Clinton Public

The case of Dr. D. W. EDMISTON against Nettie EDMISTON, for the possession of their son, has been in the courts for several years. It was tried this week in the circuit court and Judge LACEY rendered a decision that Mrs. Edmiston should have sole and full possession and control of her child, but that Dr. Edmiston should be relieved from obligation to contribute to its [sic] support. The Judge's decision will be received with great satisfaction by the friends of Mrs. Edmiston. "A boy's best friend is his mother."

From the Illinois Statewide Marriage Index:
EDMISTON, DAVID W.     KNADLER, ELLEN J. (Jeanette) aka Nettie       01-13-1869     DE WITT


December 7, 1888 

IS MARRIAGE A FAILURE.

For nearly three days Judge HERDMAN and a jury of twelve intelligent men patiently listened to attorneys and witnesses in the divorce case wherein Josephus FULLER is plaintiff and his wife defendant. The social standing of the family connections of both husband and wife in the east end of the county gave the case more than passing interest. Josephus Fuller, the plaintiff, is the son of County Treasurer Fuller, and his wife is the daughter of the late George ARBOGAST. Fuller charged his wife with infidelity and claimed that his hired man, named HISLER, was the villain in the drama. Mrs. Fuller resisted the application for divorce because of the charge made by her husband. She was willing that a divorce should be granted on any other terms, but would not consent to be branded with infamy and cast a slur on the lives of her four innocent children. Certainly this marriage was a failure. After patiently listening to the evidence the jury, within a few minutes after retiring to consider the case, returned a verdict that the woman was not guilty of the infamous charge made by her husband. The verdict gives general satisfaction to a large majority of those who heard the evidence.

From the Illinois Statewide Marriage Index:
FULLER, JOSEPHUS      ARBOGAST, MANDA E.     10/30/1877     DE WITT

Submitted by Judy Simpson


July 23, 1891 

State of Illinois

In The Circuit Court

DeWitt County

August Term A.D. 1891

Eugene LILLARD

vs.

}

Divorce

Zarilda J. LILLARD

To the Honorable Judge of the Circuit Court of the County of DeWitt and state of Illinois.

In chancery sitting:

Your orator Eugene Lillard of the County of DeWitt and state of Illinois respectfully represents unto your honor that he is an actual resident of the said county of DeWitt and is now and has been for two years last past a resident of the state of Illinois; that on the 22" day of July A.D. 1885 at said DeWitt county he was lawfully married to one Zarilda J. Stivers now Zarilda J. Lillard the defendant hereinafter named and from the time of the said marriage until the 6" day of June A.D. 1889 he lived and cohabited with the said Zarilda J. Lillard as her husband and always conducted himself toward his said wife as a true kind and indulgent husband and provided her with all the necessaries and comforts of life according to the best of his means and their situation in life.

Your orator further represents that the said Zarilda J. Lillard wholly regardless of her marriage covenants and duty afterwards on about the 6" day of June A.D. 1889 willfully deserted and absented herself from your orator without any reasonable cause for more than two years and has persisted in such desertion and yet continues to absent herself from your orator.

Your orator further represents that during the fall of 1889 at Springfield Illinois and at various other times and places since the said marriage the said Zarilda J. Lillard in utter disregard and in violation of her marriage duty and obligations committed adultery and had carnal knowledge with one Nich. Gregory and that said Zarilda J. Lillard has at divers other times and places to your orator unknown since the said marriage committed adultery with divers other persons to your orator unknown.

Forasmuch therefore as your orator is without remedy in the premises except in a court of equity; and to the end that the said Zarilda J. Lillard who is made party defendant to this bill may be required to make full and direct answer to the same and that the said marriage between your orator and the defendant may be dissolved and declared null and void by the decree of this court according to the statute in such case made and provided; and that your orator may have such other and further relief in the premises as equity may require and to your honor shall seem meet.

May it please your honor to grant the writ of summons in chancery directed to the sheriff of the county of Sangamon commanding him that he summon the defendant Zarilda J. Lillard to appear before the said court on the first day of the next August term thereof to be held at DeWitt Hall in Clinton in the County of DeWitt aforesaid then and there to answer this bill etc.

Eugene Lillard
By Barclay & Gambrel
his Solicitors

Submitted by Erik Thorson


June 15, 1894 
Clinton Public
Clinton, Illinois

Dr. LUDDINGTON of Weldon, is getting in the sere and yellow leaf of life, but for all that, the old man concluded to give matrimony another whirl. The life of a widower was not as pleasant to him as a home and the bright smile of a wife to greet him at morning, noon and night. The doctor wooed and won a fair lady, and after two weeks of what should have been wedded bliss the gay old lover found that he had made a mistake and selected the wrong woman. The wife has returned to her home and friends and the doctor goes out back of the grain elevator in Weldon every day and kicks himself for being caught by a serpent.

From the Illinois Statewide Marriage Index:
LUDDINGTON, THOMAS   HACKNEY, SUSAN ROBERTS   05/16/1894   DE WITT

Submitted by Judy Simpson


Tuesday, December 12, 1895 
Decatur Daily Review
Decatur, Illinois

THOUGHT SHE WAS WEALTHY.
George Poindexter Married His Wife Under That Impression.

Attorney J. M. Gray went to Clinton Tuesday morning to look after the interests of Mrs. Charlotte POINDEXTER of Decatur in a suit for divorce brought against her by her husband, George POINDEXTER. Mr. and Mrs. Poindexter were married in July 1894. Poindexter being under the impression that his wife was quite wealthy. He learned after marriage, however, that he was mistaken and in November, 1894, he left her and went to Clinton. Desiring to become a free man he instituted proceedings for a divorce and Mrs. Poindexter herself willing to be free from her faithless husband, made no objections, until she learned that he charged her with adultery and that he would claim a portion of her property amounting to about $4,000. Then she employed Mr. Gray to look after her case. Mr. Gray found that the case had been commenced in the circuit court at Clinton and that a decision was about to be rendered by Judge Herdman, but he explained the matter to the judge and to O. E. Harris, Poindexter's attorney, and proceedings were stopped and Poindexter agreed to withdraw charges and release all claim to his wife's property. Upon those conditions it was agreed that Mrs. Poindexter would not object to procuring a divorce.

From the Illinois Statewide Marriage Index:
POINDEXTER, GEORGE    DILL, CHARLOTTE    09/05/1894    DE WITT

Submitted by Sheryl Byrd


Friday, February 12, 1897
The Decatur Review
Decatur, Illinois

NEW SUITS.

Laura E. REYNOLDS vs. George S. REYNOLDS and John A. PACE, divorce and injunction. George K. Ingham attorney.

Hattie WRIGHT vs. John W. WRIGHT, divorce and injunction. John Fuller attorney.

From the Illinois Statewide Marriage Index:
REYNOLDS, GEORGE S   MANLOVE, LAURA E   09/03/1877   DE WITT
WRIGHT, JOHN W   FULLER, HATTIE (ARGO) MRS.   05/11/1893   DE WITT

Submitted by Sheryl Byrd


Friday, August 4, 1899 
Clinton Register
Clinton Illinois

Publication Notice.

State of Illinois
DeWitt County,

In the Circuit Court, August term, 1899.

Eilleen ERICKSON
                                 }  No. 2440
     vs                        }  IN CHANCERY.
                                 }  Divorce.
John ERICKSON

Affidavit of non-residence John ERICKSON the above named defendant, having been filed in the clerk's office of the circuit court, notice is therefore hereby given to the said John Erickson that the complainant filed her bill of complaint in said court on the chancery side thereof, on the 28th day of July, 1899, and thereupon a summons issued out of said court, returnable on the 4th. Monday in the month of August 1899, as is by law required. Now, unless you the said John Erickson shall personally be and appear before said court on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden in and for the said county, on the 4th., Monday in August, 1899, and plead, answer or demure to the said complainant's bill of complaint, the same and the matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered against you according to the prayer of said bill,

W. O. ROGERS, Clerk.
Clinton, Illinois, July 28th, 1899.
Herrick & Herrick, Comp't. Sol.

Submitted by Sheryl Byrd


Friday, September 1, 1899 
Clinton Register
Clinton, Illinois

The following parties were divorced this week: Jas. W. and Della JONES; Cora and Wm. PETTIBONE; Geo. and Mary BAKER; Lovina and Sherman ARTHUR; Sarah A. and David SHINNEMAN; Wesley W. and Mary ARMSTRONG.

From The Illinois Statewide Marriage Index:
JONES, JAMES W    BURCHILL, DELLA    11/24/1895    JEFFERSON

Submitted by Sheryl Byrd


Friday, September 1, 1899 
Clinton Register
Clinton, Illinois

CITY AND COUNTY.

Wesley ARMSTRONG was granted a divorce from his wife, Mary ARMSTRONG. He is in the Philippines.

Submitted by Sheryl Byrd


Friday, November 3, 1899 
Clinton Register
Clinton, Illinois

PUBLICATION NOTICE.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEWITT COUNTY, .
In the Circuit Court, December term, 1899.

Mary E. Kephart No. 2460
vs. } In Chancery.
Thomas E. Kephart Divorce

Affidavit of the non-residence of Thomas E. Kephart, the above named defendant, having been filed in the clerk's office of the circuit court, notice is therefore hereby given to the said Thomas E. Kephart that the complainant filed her bill of complaint in said court on the chancery side thereof on the 27th day of October 1899, and thereupon a summons issued out of said court, returnable on the first Monday in the month of December, 1899, as is by law required. Now, unless you the said Thomas E. Kephart shall personally be and appear before said court on the FIRST DAY of the next term thereof, to be holden in and for the said county on the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, 1899, and plead, answer or demur to the said complaintant's bill of complaint, the same and the matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered against you according to the prayer of said bill.

W. O. ROGERS, Clerk.
By MINNIE M. DEWEY, Deputy.
Clinton, Illinois, Nov. 1, 1899
John Fuller, comp't sol.

Submitted by Sheryl Byrd


Friday, November 10, 1899 
Clinton Register
Clinton, Illinois

PUBLICATION NOTICE.

STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEWITT COUNTY, .
In the Circuit Court, December term, 1899.

Clara F. Butler No. 2458
vs. } In Chancery.
George W. Butler Separate Maintenance

Affidavit of the non-residence of George W. Butler, the above named defendant, having been filed in the clerk's office of the circuit court, notice is therefore hereby given to the said George W. Butler that the complainant filed her bill of complaint in said court on the chancery side thereof, on the 20th day of October 1899, and thereupon a summons issued out of said court, returnable on the first Monday in the month of December, 1899, as is by law required. Now, unless you the said George W. Butler shall personally be and appear before said court on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden in and for the said county on the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, 1899, and plead, answer or demur to the said complaintant's bill of complaint, the same and the matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered against you according to the prayer of said bill.

W. O. ROGERS, Clerk.
Clinton, Illinois, Nov. 1, 1899
John Fuller, comp't sol.

Submitted by Sheryl Byrd


June 26, 1907 
The Elyria Chronicle
Elyria, Ohio

FORMER ACTRESS WANTS BIG MONEY.

Goshen, Ind., June 26.—Demanding $200,000 alimony, Harriett SNELL, formerly Harriett STANDON of the Storks’ theatrical company, has filed suit in the Elkhart circuit court for divorce from Thomas T. (“Thoney”) SNELL, the millionaire grandson of the late Col. Snell, whose amours were given such wide publicity in connection with the suit brought by a son to break the will.

The money to fight the suit against the will was advanced by “Thoney” Snell, who inherited an income of $30,000 a year from his grandfather. He is vice president of the St. Joseph Valley bank of Elkhart, and of the First National bank of Gary. He is also interested in a dozen enterprises in northern Indiana.

His first wife was a 16-year-old girl, with whom he lived one week, and who later got a divorce. His second wife, Mrs. Standon, he saw on the stage and followed from point to point.

(See articles related to first divorce case)

Submitted by Judy Simpson


January 10, 1908 
Clinton Public
Clinton, Illinois

KENNEY MAN WANTS DIVORCE.

Wm. MYERS, who had been an Illinois Central agent at Kenney, nearly fifteen years, has applied for divorce, charging his wife with adultery, and names W. J. MORPHEW as the man who has came between himself and his wife. It is understood that Mr. MORPHEW strenuously denies that charge and will fight it to the last. He has had charge of [the] board and trade office here three years and stands well with the people. Mr. MYERS and wife have been having trouble several months. He places the value of his property at $3,000.


April 9, 1909 
Clinton Register

Bill for Divorce.

Emma BOWMAN of Bloomington has filed a bill for divorce against Wm. BOWMAN in which she avers that they were married at Clinton, Ill., in June, 1901, and that they lived together until April 1, 1909, when she alleges she was forced to leave him on account of extreme and repeated cruelty and drunkenness. She avers that he struck and beat her and made her life unbearable. She further represents that she has an interest in certain household goods now in her husband's place and asks the court to grant an injunction to prevent her husband from doing harm while she removes her belongings. She avers that he has threatened her and she fears that he will carry out his threats. —Pantagraph

She began suit for divorce in Clinton last year, but withdrew the case before trial.

From The Illinois Statewide Marriage Index:
BOWMAN, WILLIAM    DILLOW, EMMA SHEPHERD    06/02/1901    DE WITT

Submitted by Judy Simpson


September 24, 1909 
Clinton Register

DIVORCE BUT NO ALIMONY.

About a year ago Edward CACKLEY of Omaha, Neb., and Miss Daisy ROBBINS, of Pekin, were married. Two months later they separated. Last spring she began suit for divorce, charging cruelty. She asked for $20,000 alimony and $300 a month for the future. At Pekin last week she was given a divorce and the return of her maiden name, but she got no money except $75 a month to the day of the trial. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. ROBBINS, formerly of Clinton; Mr. Cackley also lived in Clinton until about three years ago and still owns property here.

Submitted by Judy Simpson


Monday, September 6, 1920 
The Decatur Review
Decatur, Illinois

Mrs. Linda HILL has applied for a divorce from her husband, Loran HILL.

Submitted by Sheryl Byrd


Monday, September 6, 1920 
The Decatur Review
Decatur, Illinois

Mrs. Cecil Lee WILLIAMS has filed suit for divorce against Mack R. WILLIAMS.

Submitted by Sheryl Byrd