Beatrice Theinert married Richard Ferdinand Alence
-- Date: 17 July 1918 Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA (Flatlands) (Flatbush)
Family Name Given Name Month of
Marriage Day of
Marriage Year of
Number County View
Groom FHL roll number
Sheinerk Beatrice I Jul 17 1918 9261 (1918) Kings Alence Richard F 1613850
New York Appellate Division Reports
ALENCE v. ALENCE, 250 App. Div. 730 (1937)
February 19, 1937.
RICHARD F. ALENCE, Respondent. Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York, Second Department. February 19, 1937.
Order modified by increasing the allowance to the plaintiff to fourteen dollars a week and the allowance for each child to the sum of nine dollars a week, such payments to begin from the date of the order hereon, and by striking out the last sentence of the fourth ordering paragraph and inserting in its place the following: "That for the period of said two weeks or during the said attendance of any or all of said children at a summer camp or other vacation resort, the defendant shall be entitled to deduct from the thirty-six dollars a week herein provided for the support of the four children, the sum of nine dollars a week for each child;" upon condition that within ten days from the entry of the order hereon the plaintiff sign a stipulation, to be incorporated in the decree, relinquishing her right to live in the apartment in the house owned by the defendant, as provided in the original decree. In the event that plaintiff fail to file the stipulation as herein provided, the order is modified to the extent only of changing the figures in the fourth ordering paragraph from thirty dollars and seven dollars and fifty cents to thirty-three dollars and eight dollars and twenty-five cents respectively. As so modified, the order is affirmed, without costs. We are of opinion that the changed circumstances and conditions, including the increase in the defendant's salary, justify a further allowance to the plaintiff by way of alimony and an increase of the award made for the support of the four children, the issue of the marriage between the parties. Lazansky, P.J., Hagarty, Davis, Johnston and Close, JJ., concur. Settle order on notice.
New York Appellate Division Reports
ALENCE v. ALENCE, 237 App. Div. 836 (1932)
ALENCE v ALENCE 237 App Div 8361932 BEATRICE I ALENCE Appellant v RICHARD F ALENCE
Order modified by increasing the amount allowed for the support of the plaintiff and the children pendente lite from twenty-five dollars to fifty dollars per week, and by increasing the allowance for counsel fee and disbursements to $200, payable one-half within ten days after the service of a certified copy of the order to be made herein, with notice of entry thereof upon the defendant, and the balance upon the opening of the trial; and as so modified the order is affirmed, with ten dollars costs and disbursements to appellant. No opinion. Lazansky, P.J., Young, Carswell, Scudder and Tompkins, JJ., concur.
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%26num%3D10%26hl%3Den%26scoring%3DaAdded: 3/30/2011 9:25:13 AM Updated: 9/28/2013 4:30:41 PMChildren: Richard Ferdinand Alence (b.1919, Boston, Massachusetts, USA d. 1920, Somerville, Massachusetts, USA) Anita Marie Alence (b.August 1921, Brooklyn, New York, USA (Flatlands) (Flatbush) d. 30 July 2013, Bourne, Massachusetts, USA) Beatrice Imelda Alence (b.11 March 1923, , New York, USA d. 1963, , New York, USA) Richard Ferdinand Alence (b.19 September 1925, , New York, USA d. 11 April 1990, Framingham, Massachusetts, USA)
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