Monday, February 4, 2013

Carolyn LAYMAN of Plainfield Files For Divorce (1934)

source: The Republican (Danville, Indiana) - issue of Thursday, May 31, 1934 - page 1, column 6

After two attempts at living together Carolyn Layman filed suit for a divorce from Forest Layman, Monday, in the local circuit court. The plaintiff alleges cruel and inhuman treatment for the grounds for divorce. The couple was married in 1930 and first separated in October, 1932. They again lived together from May 1933 until May of this year. The plaintiff asks for the custody of their only child and for $6 per week for its support. The parties were residents of Plainfield.

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