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Early Twentieth Century Divorce
* In the 44th.Judicial District Court, in and for
vs No.19039 *
* The County of Dallas,State of Texas.
And now comes the defendant,Ben C.Nelson,Jr., By his Attorney and Excepts to plaintiffs petition, that
the same shows no cause of action. And of this he/prays the judgment of the Court.
/s/ Robt. B. Seay
Attorney for Defendant.
And now comes the defendant,by his Attorney, and denies all and singular the allegations in plaintiff s
petition;and of this he puts himself upon the Country.
/s/ Robt. B. Seay
Attorney for defendant.
Book 14, page 454, 44th District Court, Dallas County, Texas
Tuesday March 26th 1901
Annie M. Nelson
B. C. Nelson, Jr.
Entered as of January 11th 1901. On this day this cause coming on to be heard came the plaintiff in
person and by her attorney, and the defendant by his attorney and both parties announced ready for trial;
and the issues as well of fact as of law being submitted to the Court without a jury; and the Court after
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