Report of the D'Hauteville Case: The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at the Suggestion of Paul Daniel Gonsalve Grand D'Hauteville, Versus David Sears, Miriam C. Sears, and Ellen Sears Grand D'Hauteville. Habeas Corpus for the Custody of an Infant Child
Paul Daniel Gonzalve Grand d'Hauteville sued his wife and her parents for custody of his son, Frederick Sears Grand d'Hauteville. The case was tried in July, 1840, at the Court of General Sessions for the city and county of Philadelphia.
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