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Re: John MOODY & Elizabeth SHANNON of Clare/Tandragee, Nor. Ireland
Posted by: Louise (ID *****9748) Date: October 27, 2012 at 12:07:38
In Reply to: Re: John MOODY & Elizabeth SHANNON of Clare/Tandragee, Nor. Ireland by melissa1 of 11590

Yes. These are marriages.

As for the meanings. I know mater is mother and pater is father. The meaning I found on the internet for matertera was maternal aunt. Sorores can mean sisters or half sisters or sisters-in-law!!!! I have a feeling amucus is friend but can't be certain.

Sorry I can't be of more help at the moment.


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