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JOHN H. TYSON DIVORCED

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JOHN H. TYSON DIVORCED

The New York Times
December 18, 1909


Wife of Automobilist Gets $10,000 Alimony and $300 a Month.

BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Dec. 17.—A divorce was granted to Grace E. Starr Tyson of Greenwich, from John H. Tyson, the automobilist, to-day, by Judge Burpee.  The hearing had been before John J. Walsh of Norwalk as a committee, and the recommendation of a divorce with $10,000 alimony and $300 a month was accepted and confirmed.

John H. Tyson has been known to the public for the last two years as a reckless automobile driver.  He is now out on bail under an indictment for manslaughter in New York City, for running over and killing a man while at the wheel of his machine.



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