We’re wrapping up the editing on issue 4-2. It will look at the relative portions of an estate received by the numerous heirs to the estate of a woman who died in Adams County, Illinois, in 1924. Nothing was straight-forward until all the court records were read. Stay tuned.
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A transcription and analysis of this document from 1862 will appear in issue 4-1 of Casefile Clues. Michael and Margaret Trautvetter separated and this agreement, recorded in the deeds from Campbell County, Kentucky, served as their separation agreement.
I’m not certain if they ever divorced.