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Fredk

Fredk Report 14 Mar 2013 18:43

It just shows be careful what you discard

DazedConfused

DazedConfused Report 14 Mar 2013 16:33

I have 5 grandparents and 17 great grandparents and then another one added to the total of my g/g/grandparents.

Late marriages in my family were not that unusual, also a few of the aunts and uncles married more than once.

And a couple of very early divorces. And at least one requisite bigamist (a female one at that!!)

Fredk

Fredk Report 13 Mar 2013 20:00

Quite often people marry late in life (May be a Widow
or Widower but could be Single) for companionship. This has happend in my and my wifes Family several times. It gave my Wife two Stepfathers. Don't discount the possibility of a late marriage