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Dallas County (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 30
Fanny Fern Parton has separated from her husband. Cause — ill usage. Possibly Parton found his modern Xanthippe hard to manage age. Col. W. W. Fambro, an editor and prominent member of the bar of Dallas county, Alabama, died a few days since. J. F. Jackson, for many years an eminent lawyer of Montgomery, Ala., is dead. John C. Heesan, the bruiser, has gone to Europe.
Fanny Fern Parton has separated from her husband. Cause — ill usage. Possibly Parton found his modern Xanthippe hard to manage age. Col. W. W. Fambro, an editor and prominent member of the bar of Dallas county, Alabama, died a few days since. J. F. Jackson, for many years an eminent lawyer of Montgomery, Ala., is dead. John C. Heesan, the bruiser, has gone to Europe.
John C. Heesan (search for this): article 30
Fanny Fern Parton has separated from her husband. Cause — ill usage. Possibly Parton found his modern Xanthippe hard to manage age. Col. W. W. Fambro, an editor and prominent member of the bar of Dallas county, Alabama, died a few days since. J. F. Jackson, for many years an eminent lawyer of Montgomery, Ala., is dead. John C. Heesan, the bruiser, has gone to Europe.
J. F. Jackson (search for this): article 30
Fanny Fern Parton has separated from her husband. Cause — ill usage. Possibly Parton found his modern Xanthippe hard to manage age. Col. W. W. Fambro, an editor and prominent member of the bar of Dallas county, Alabama, died a few days since. J. F. Jackson, for many years an eminent lawyer of Montgomery, Ala., is dead. John C. Heesan, the bruiser, has gone to Europe.
Fanny Fern Parton (search for this): article 30
Fanny Fern Parton has separated from her husband. Cause — ill usage. Possibly Parton found his modern Xanthippe hard to manage age. Col. W. W. Fambro, an editor and prominent member of the bar of Dallas county, Alabama, died a few days since. J. F. Jackson, for many years an eminent lawyer of Montgomery, Ala., is dead. John C. Heesan, the bruiser, has gone to Europe. Fanny Fern Parton has separated from her husband. Cause — ill usage. Possibly Parton found his modern Xanthippe hard to manage age. Col. W. W. Fambro, an editor and prominent member of the bar of Dallas county, Alabama, died a few days since. J. F. Jackson, for many years an eminent lawyer of Montgomery, Ala., is dead. John C. Heesan, the bruiser, has gone to Europ
W. W. Fambro (search for this): article 30
Fanny Fern Parton has separated from her husband. Cause — ill usage. Possibly Parton found his modern Xanthippe hard to manage age. Col. W. W. Fambro, an editor and prominent member of the bar of Dallas county, Alabama, died a few days since. J. F. Jackson, for many years an eminent lawyer of Montgomery, Ala., is dead. John C. Heesan, the bruiser, has gone to Europe.