[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Plock Divorce record -- found?
chamdo4ever at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 16:07:38 PDT 2014
Wow, what a find -- thank you so much Rose! Does it give any
indication as to why the marriage was dissolved?
Of course what my family and I are really looking for is something
indicating that the marriage was dissolved due to August Daubler's
adultery, or even that he has a child out of wedlock. That would
really be the ultimate coup....
On Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 7:01 PM, Rose Ingram <roseingram at shaw.ca> wrote:
> Yup, this notation on the side of the marriage record does indicated a
> dissolvement of the marriage. This may be about all you will find. One
> other option may be the Alegata records of Plock church in Plock Archives,
> which you would have to order directly from the Archives.
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> Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Plock Divorce record -- found?
> For those who have been kindly following along in my historic family
> drama, I did hear from one generous reader of this listserv who
> happened to have a copy from the LDS Microfilm of August Daubler's
> first marriage to Juliana Ehmke in 1845 (which ended in the
> "dissolvement") that he kindly sent to me.
> What's interesting about the 1845 marriage record is that a
> significant signed note appears to have been written horizontally in
> the left margin, indicating the date of 1869 (the year of the
> divorce). I'm wondering if indeed this could be the record of the
> divorce that my family and I have been seeking.
> The record can be downloaded from this link for the next week or so:
> I feel like I'm finally getting close -- are any readers here able to
> make sense of exactly what that note in the left margin says?
> Tremendous thanks,
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