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Re: OT-now Ms. Mrs./married names

My brother in law (lives in Berkeley, CA) kept his name, his wife kept her name. Their son has his father's last name and his daughter has his wife's last name. Might confuse geneologic researchers in the future, and I always have to think when addressing mail to them, but ...
On Wednesday, January 29, 2003, at 08:50 AM, Kitty wrote:

Yes, but......
Supposing your son was named Jeremy Roger Hobert-Mellecker and he
married my daughter, Diedre Marie Morrissy-O'Shaunessy. And their child
was then named Morgan Lindsay Morrissy-O'Shaunessy-Hobert-Mellecker and
he/she married.......

Well, you get the idea.

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