Reuben Hemingray

Declared Dead by the Court

[Newspaper]

Publication: The Springfield Sun

Springfield, KY, United States
vol. 1, no. 34, p. 6, col. 2


HUBBY GONE FOR TEN YEARS.


The Judge Declared Mrs. Hemingray

a Single Woman.


Louisville, Ky., July 14. Judge Kirby entered a judgement restoring Mrs. Lida Hemingray to the rights of a single woman, and incidentally recalling the disappearance of her husband, Reuben Hemingray, on September 23, 1890. The court held that, as Hemingray has never been heard from, he is presumed to be dead. Hemingray was a tobacco dealer. He left here to go to Chicago. Since Hemingray's disappearance Mrs. Hemingray has earned a living by teaching school.


Keywords:Hemingray, Reuben
Researcher notes:Reuben Hemingray was the son of Joseph C. Hemingray.
Supplemental information: 
Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:April 20, 2010 by: Bob Stahr;