Sheffield Evening Telegraph – Saturday 25 August 1917
Edwin Salkeld, miner, Denaby, was charged at Doncaster, to-day with deserting his wife. The parties were married in 1910, and recently had lived unhappily together, having frequent – quarrels, and ten days ago he left her, taking his belongings with him.
The wife said that if he would allow her 15s. a week she would satisfied. There was one child, and she was given the custody of the child with an allowance of 15s a week.