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Re: Marrying an Aunt ever found in family histories?
Posted by: Beverly Sanderson (ID *****2291) Date: May 21, 2011 at 08:51:07
In Reply to: Marrying an Aunt ever found in family histories? by Ann Davis of 4315

I have a marriage just like this in my husband's family history. One of his 3rd great grandfather's married his aunt. His name was William Vines (born 1825). His parents were John Vines and Juriah Langford (born 1805). William married Juriah's younger sister Mahulda Langford (born 1825), so he married his own aunt. Both Juriah and Mahulda are daughters of the famous Eli Langford of South Carolina-Arkansas-Texas.


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