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IRA & Edna FISHER
Source: Crawfordsville Daily Journal, May 17, 1920
The case of Edna Fisher versus Ira Fisher for the recovery of $10,000 expended by the plaintiff in support of seven children which she had taken several years ago when she left her husband at Darlington, was compromised Saturday outside of court, the plaintiff accepting $2,500 as settlement. The case was an unusual one as the defendant was a Dunkard preacher and the evidence was at times highly sensational. As there were indications that there might be a compromise effected Judge Jere West adjourned court Saturday afternoon.
Source: The Crawfordsville Journal, January 26, 1924
Ira Fisher, a farmer living in Sugar Creek township, was granted a divorce from his wife, Edna E. Fisher, in the Montgomery county circuit court this morning. The complaint alleges that Mrs. Fisher left the Fisher home some time in October of 1913, and that since that time she has never lived with Mr. Fisher. She is at present living in South Bend. Mrs. Fisher has had the custody of the Fisher children since the time of the separation.
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