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relationships in old wills
Posted by: Sheila Joroff (ID *****1132) Date: November 23, 2009 at 21:21:57
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A female is described as a cousin in both a father's and son's will from the late 1600's. The relationship from various genealogical records would make this female a granddaughter and a niece, respectively. Would she have been described as a cousin if this were the case?


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