Indiana McCaslins

Esther Murphy1880

Name
Esther Murphy
Birth about 1880

Source: S5508
MarriageHervey George (Gex) McCaslinView this family
February 5, 1897 (Age 17 years)
Source: S5508
DivorceHervey George (Gex) McCaslinView this family
yes

Death of a husbandHervey George (Gex) McCaslin
August 28, 1924 (Age 44 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Source: S3871
Publication: Johnson County Museum of History (Franklin, Indiana 2001)
Burial of a husbandHervey George (Gex) McCaslin
August 30, 1924 (Age 44 years)
Source: Find a Grave
Source: S3871
Publication: Johnson County Museum of History (Franklin, Indiana 2001)
Note: Greenlawn Cemetery Section Pine, Row 1, Stone 19 (Find A Grave Memorial# 9526340)
Family with Hervey George (Gex) McCaslin - View this family
ex-husband
herself
Marriage: February 5, 1897Nashville, Brown, Indiana
Divorce:
Hervey George (Gex) McCaslin + Marcia Evaline (Eva M) Tarlton - View this family
ex-husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: October 16, 1873
Divorce: February 1, 1897, Bartholomew, Indiana
15 months
step-daughter
Hervey George (Gex) McCaslin + Lola Montez Waggener - View this family
ex-husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: June 4, 1912Somerville, Middlesex, Massachusetts

BirthS5508
MarriageS5508
MarriageIndiana, Marriage Collection 1800-1941, Brown County, Indiana, Marriage records 1853-1901
MarriageIndiana Marriages, 1811-1959, Brown County, Indiana
Shared note
Hervey G Mcaslin [transcribed Henry G Mccashin] and Esther Murphy applied for a marriage license on 5 Feb 1897 at the Brown County, Indiana Courthouse. It was issued by Comm [sic] P Hanna, Clerk of Court and they were married the same day. Columbus (Indiana) Evening Republic, Monday, February 8, 1897, p. 4. A GIRL IN THE CASE Harvey McCaslin of Franklin who was sued for divorce by his wife, Mrs. Eva McCaslin, last Monday, the same exciting so much comment on account of the prominence of the parties, added a fresh chapter to the story last night by marrying Miss  Esther Murphy at Nashville, Brown County.  The divorce was granted Tuesday morning.  Miss Murphy is seventeen years of age and for three years past has been a domestic in the McCaslin house.  Her home was at Greenwood, Indiana.  The marriage is taken as confirmation of the alleged intimacy between McCaslin and the girl prior to the family trouble and, though this was not so alleged in the complaint, it is generally credited as being the true causes of the separation and subsequent divorce.  Mr. McCaslin and his bride will live on the former's big farm just south of Franklin.