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|Monica||Report||30 Apr 2003 22:33|
Heath, in family history the usual rule is always put women with their born (nee) names eg Mrs Mary Ann Blackwell would be written Mary Ann King, however if she marries again eg to a Thomas Sexton you might see written Mary Ann Sexton formerly Blackwell, nee King( just to confuse you!)