JUDGEMENT: 30 March 1843. Parish of Catahoula. Amazon COLE granted
a decree that she be separate in property from her husband John FRAZIER.(meaning
a divorce) Seventh Judicial District Court. No. 648
DECREE: Seventh District Court, Parish of Catahoula. Mary W. PERKINS decreed separate in property from her husband Andrew M. B. THOMPSON. 30 March 1843
JUDGEMENT: Seventh Judicial District Court, Parish of Catahoula. Sept.term--1843. No. 701. 9th day of Dec 1843 decreed separation of communityproperty of Sarah SWOFFORD and her husband Samuel GLENN, Jr. Dec. 23, 1843.
JUDGEMENT: Seventh Judicial District Court, Parish of Catahoula. Sept.term--1843. No. 708. 9th day of Dec 1843 decreed separation of community property of Elizabeth KING and her husband Samuel GLEEN, Sr. Dec 23, 1843.
JUDGEMENT: Decreed that on the 8th day of Dec. 1843 Narcissa C. DOSSON shall have separate property from her husband Nichael H. DOSSON. No. 605. Harrisonburg, Catahoula Parish, LA Jan 6, 1843.
JUDGEMENT: Parish of Catahoula. 9 Dec. 1843. A decree for the separation of property of Mary Martha ONEAL and her husband Lewis HOFFEMAN.
23B 2 July 1812 - JAMES McCLELAND and MARY, his wife, agree to a final separation
by mutual consent - MARY to have two negroes, a wench and fellow, plus one half
of all personal property ... /s/ JAMES
McCLELLAND, MARY (x) McCLELLAND - Witness: SAM LIGHTNER, EDW LOVELACE
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