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Re: The word Nee in a name prior to surname
Posted by: Linnie Date: September 13, 2000 at 21:54:44
In Reply to: The word Nee in a name prior to surname by Jim Smith of 17

Hello again Jim,

The word "Nee" is French and means "born as", usually used to indicate a woman's maiden name.

Né for males, indicating birth date, or Née for a female. When looking up Canadian records you will see n = birth date, b = baptismal date, d = death date, s = sepulture-burial date.

Hope this helps a bit,
Linnie



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