Facts and Events
- ↑ Handbook of Texas Online, "Stout, Henry B.".
- ↑ Divorce
This case being called, Came the Plantiff and defendant by their attorneys and announced themselves ready for trial, whereupon Came a Jury of good and careful __ ___d F____: George Birdwell foreman, and eleven others who were duly sworn to try the issue joined between Plantiff and Defendant. After the examination [of?] witnesses, in behalf of the Plantiff and under the charge of the Court, the jury retired to Consider of this verdict, and returning brought into Court the following verdict. To wit: "We the Jury find for the Plantiff and S___ that the facts and allegations contained and set forth in her petition are true. Signed, George Birdwell, foreman." Wherefore it is considered[?], ajudged, and decreed by the Court, that the marriage Bonds heretofore existing between the Plantiff, Mary T. Stout, and Henry Stout, Defendant, be disolved, and that they be ajudged ____ and single. And it is further Considered[?] by the Court that the Plantiff Mary T. Stout have and regain[?] of and from the Defendant Henry Stout Costs of suit in this behalf[?] __p___ded, and that execution _____ for the same.
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