Joseph Charles Payne + Elizabeth Bamford
Family Group Information
|Religious marriage|| 12 January 1867|
near Yea, Victoria, Australia
Balham Hill, a large farming estate near Yea
Note: The marriage was conducted by Alexander Murdoch, Presbyterian Minister of Yea.
Consent to the marriage was given William Leyden, JP presumably becAustraliae the bride was under 21.
|Divorce|| 17 September 1875|
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Note: Joseph Payne sued for divorce on the grounds of misconduct. Divorce granted by Supreme Court of Victoria.
Note: Alexandra Times Sat Sept 25, 1875
Friday September 17
Matrimonial and Divorce CAustraliaes Jurisdiction
(Before the Full Court)
Payne v Payne
Petition for the dissolution of marriage. Mr. McFarland for the petitioner, Joseph Payne. No appearance for the respondent Elizabeth Payne, and co-respondents Henry Knott and Thos Freeman. The parties were married at Yea on 12 Jan 1867, and there was issue by the marriage. In July, 1870, Mrs. Payne said she would leave her husband, would not live with him any more, and would go to Melbourne. The husband, as she insisted on separation, consented to go away for two years, leaving her his house, which he said would be a home for herself and her children. He also [sic] her £16, and went to New South Wales. During his absence the cohabitation took place with Knott. The Court granted decree as prayed.
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