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GENERAL DEATHS MARRIAGES COURT XXXXXX
Source:  Madison Daily Banner, Madison, IN - Pg. 3
Dated Friday, Mar. 23, 1849
O YES!  O YES!
     By
virtue of an order of the Common Council, to me directed, I shall, on Thursday, the 12th of April next, proceed to sell, at public outcry, the following lots and fractions of lots, blocks and fractions of blocks, lying on West street, in the city of Madison, or so much of each lot, fractions of lots, blocks or fractions of blocks, as shall pay the expenses of curbing, guttering, and gravelling in front of said lots, together with costs, and five per centum for collection, to-wit:
 
Richard Dearbon's heirs, fraction of lot No. 62 $46.60
Also, Lewis Evans, fraction No. 62 22.93
Also, John Lyle's heirs, lot No. 42, fraction 44.56
David L. Reid, fraction of lot No. 42 34.69
George W. Leonard, lot No. 26 57.63
Sullivan & Leonard, lot No. 8 59.53
John Mellen, lots Nos. 26 and 27 35.44
George W. Leonard, lots Nos. 19, 15, 14, 11, 10 65.28
Samuel B. Sering, lot No. 4 37.08
William Griffin, lot No. 18 13.06
Braxton Williams's heirs, fraction of No. 43 57.88
Jesse D. Bright, fraction of lot No. 60 35.81
J. W. Hinds, fraction of lot No. 60 8.59
J. W. Hinds, fractions of lots Nos. 61, 62 17.16
C. W. Hunter, fractions of lots Nos. 61, 62 17.66
S. S. Gillett, fractions of lots Nos. 61, 62 21.49
George W. Heap, lot in block E 14.10
George W. Leonard, lot No. 8 13.50
George W. Leonard, lot No. 4 13.50
William Griffin, lot No. 6 13.50
Daniel Colby, lot No. 1 14.46
Abraham Hendricks, part of block No. F 101.76

     The sale will commence at 10 o'clock, A. M. of said day, and be continued from day to day until all is sold.
     march 21, d1&w3                                           JOHN MARSH, C. C. M.
 

Source:  Erie Times-News, Erie, Pennsylvania - Page 7
Dated:  Wednesday, April 8, 1916
MAN MARRIED SISTER, COURT ACTION ALLEGES
    
Anderson, Ind., April 8, - That Charles Zinn, under the assumed name of Charles Snell, courted and married his sister, Ethel Zinn, aged 18, was alleged in a suit brought in the circuit court to have the marriage declared void.
     Owing to the death of the mother the two children became separated in childhood.  Zinn at the time of the marriage, it is said, knew that she was his sister, although she did not know so.
     Zinn disappeared and went to Louisville, Ky., where, it is said, he married a second wife.  He is now in the Kentucky state prison.

 

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