Search for content in message boards

UK Divorce - King's Proctor Intervention

Replies: 2

UK Divorce - King's Proctor Intervention

Posted: 11 Feb 2013 4:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Knight

In researching a family rumour of bigamy, I found a newspaper article that states: "in July, 1935, [Albert] Knight actually got decree of divorce against his wife at Winchester Assizes. Application had to be made for the decree to be made absolute after six months, but the King's Proctor intervened on account of some misconduct by the pursuer on a former occasion and the decree was not made absolute."

All rather intriguing! Albert remarried without receiving the decree absolute, and was tried for bigamy. I was wondering if there's any way of finding out what his misconduct might have been, and why this led to such an intervention. Were such events unusual?


SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Andrew Wright 11 Feb 2013 11:26PM GMT 
EvelineMullen 12 Feb 2013 11:57AM GMT 
Andrew Wright 27 Feb 2013 4:58PM GMT 
per page

Find a board about a specific topic