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Re: Marrying an Aunt ever found in family histories?
Posted by: Sherry Marshall (ID *****8530) Date: April 20, 2011 at 05:05:41
In Reply to: Re: Marrying an Aunt ever found in family histories? by Betty Braune of 4315

Terms such as Aunt, Uncle, Niece and Nephew are vague. There may be no bloodline connection at all. In our family we use the term "married in." The very general term 'cousin' does denote some blood relationship.



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