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Lee Kopp



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Post Posted: Fri Nov 23, 2018 7:49 pm      Post subject: Female naming conventions
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Would a woman's name always appear in church, governmental records as her birth name? For example, Wiktoria Drzymala, born 1886 would always appear by that name, even after her marriage, on property, death notice records, etc.?
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Post Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 6:35 am      Post subject: Re: Female naming conventions
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Lee Kopp wrote:
Would a woman's name always appear in church, governmental records as her birth name? For example, Wiktoria Drzymala, born 1886 would always appear by that name, even after her marriage, on property, death notice records, etc.?


I do not know exactly what document you have, but in most cases, when it comes to a married woman there was info about her maiden name and marriage name in different records.

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