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The Daily Dispatch: May 9, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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accumulation since 1854, and he had accordingly commenced an action against the trustee, under the will of Israel Thorndike, the older, to recover his share of it. On the other hand, Katherine Thorndike, a German woman, and Andress and Anna. L. Thorndike, claimed to be entitled to the whole of this sum, as the widow and children of Andrew. Under this state of things the trustee brought a bill in equity, in the nature of a bill of interpleader, and the various claimants were summoned into Court to maintain their claims against each other. Prior to August, 1851, Katherina Bayerl had borne to Mr. Thorndike the two children above named. At that time, while both were temporarily residing at Frankfort on the Main, the being a citizen of Massachusetts and she having her domicil at Meniz,) they entered into the civil contract of marriage before the United States Consul, and afterwards lived together as husband and wife, he recognizing both the children as his, until his death. The law o