Stephen Farley vs. Elizabeth Farley

Bill For Divorce

The State of Arkansas,                                                       
County of Pike,                                                              
           In the Pike Circuit Court in the Chancery side thereof,           
                      in Vacation, December 18, 1852.                        
                               Stephen Farley                                
                              Elizabeth Farley                               
                              Bill For Divorce.                              
This day, came the complainant by his solicitor and filed his bill of        
complaint, the object whereof is to be Divorced from the bonds of matrimony  
heretofore entered into between the complainant and the said defendant, and  
it appearing by the affidavit annexed to the said complainant's bill, that   
the said defendant is a non-resident of the State. It is ordered that the    
said defendant have notice of the commencement of this suit by publication   
of this order in the "Washington Telegraph" a newspaper published in this    
State, that unless she be and appear before the Honorable Circuit Court of   
Pike county, at a Court to be holden at the Court House in the Town of       
Murfreesboro, in said county, on the last Monday in February, A.D. 1853, and 
plead, answer or demur to said bill, that the same will be taken for         
confessed, and decree entered accordingly.                                   
                           John S. Owens, Clerk.                             
A true copy from the record.                                                 
                           John S. Owens, Clerk.                             
January 12, 1853.                                                            
Washington Telegraph, January 12, 1853, Volume XIII, No. 2, page 3,          
column 4.                                                                    
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