Andrew Dryborough v Ida Dryborough (Journal 15 p 89 - 12 Nov 1889; Roll 47 Box 158 case number 2093) – 11 July 1889
By Pamela Pattison Lash (updated 10 November 2011)
The couple was married on 18 Apr 1885 in Lawrenceville, Lawrence Co, IL. Andrew stated that Ida was guilty of adultery and gave a list of dates, places, and parties involved:
1 May 1889 at the Bryan House, Bryan, OH with Edmond Bassett
25 May 1889 at the Commercial Hotel, West Unity, OH with Edmond Bassett
4 June 1889 at the Brunswick Hotel, Bryan, OH with Clinton Gump
13 June 1889 at the Boody House, Bryan, OH with man unknown to Andrew
A notice of the divorce proceedings appeared in the Bryan Press starting 8 Aug 1889 and continued for six consecutive weeks. The court granted Andrew a divorce; however in Journal 15 p89 (12 Nov 1889) the entry stated that Ida was not guilty of adultery and was granted an annulment.
On 17 June 1890 Andrew married Lillian F. Linzy in Scott Co, IN.
In Sept 1897 Andrew Dryborough of Crothersville, IN was elected to membership of the National Society of Electro-Therapeutists.
1900 Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T623_388; Page: 14A; Enumeration District: 55.
h/h 304/306 Dryborough, Andrew (19 Mar 1851) 49 Scot-Scot-Scot physician mar 10Y
Lillian wife (29 July 1868) 31 1/1 ch IN-IN-IN
Minnie dau (19 July 1886) 13 IN-Scot-IN (probably a step-daughter)
1910 Worthington Ward 1, Greene, Indiana; Roll: T624_352; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 0035; Image: 630; FHL Number: 1374365.
h/h 15/15 Dryburgh, Andrew 59 mar 2x mar 20Y to US 1866 Scot-Scot-Scot physician
Lillian F wife 42 mar 2x IN-PA-TN 3/o ch
Stewart, Elizabeth F 62 mother-in-law widow 3/1 ch TN-TN-TN
Note that Andrew was married twice.