McGlaughland, John, vs. McGlaughland, Electa - 1881 (date of divorce)
Married September 1870 Chilton, Calumet County, Wisconsin.
STOERER: (Divorce - 1882) (see Henry Stoever divorce)
Stoerer, Mary, vs. Stoerer, Henry
Married 19 November 1878 Calumet County, Wisconsin. Plaintiff has four children by former marriage, to wit: Jennie Schuler, 12 years; George Schuler, 10 1/2; Mary Schuler, 7; Jacob Schuler, 5.
Defendant has one daughter by previous marriage, not married. One child of this marriage: John Stoerer, about 2 years.
STOEVER: (Divorce - 1891)
Stoever, Mary, vs. Stoever, Henry (see Henry Stoerer divorce)
Married 30 November 1878 at Calumet County, Wisconsin. Two children, one now living: John Stoever, 11 years old. Plaintiff has only a lot and log house in Kiel which belonged to her before marriage. They lived together for only three years. Custody of child was awarded to plaintiff, but defendant was awarded visitation rights.
SCHWABE: (Divorce - 1891)
Schwabe, Bernard, vs. Schwabe, Rosa
Married 26 August 1890 Town of Rantoul, Calumet County, Wisconsin. Plaintiff has been a resident of Big Wausaukee, Marinette County for more than two years. On 14 September 1890 at Big Wausaukee, defendant deserted him (within 20 days of their marriage) and went to her father's home in Manitowoc County.
No children. Defendant over age 21. Divorced 27 October 1891.
SCHUMACHER: (Divorce - 1887)
Schumacher, Dorette, vs. Schumacher, Charles
Married 28 October 1875 at New Holstein, Calumet County, Wisconsin. For the last eight years have lived at Kiel, Manitowoc County. Plaintiff is now about 28 years and defendant about 35 years of age. One living child: Lily Schumacher, born 15 December 1877. Three other children were born but all are dead. Plaintiff's mother is Malia(?) Arps.
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