Index to wives" maiden names 1850 Athens County, Ohio census by Jane Whiteman

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Published by J. Whiteman in Okla. City, Okla. (5617 N.W. 58, Okla. City 73122) .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Athens County (Ohio),
  • United States,
  • Ohio,
  • Athens County.

Subjects:

  • Names, Personal -- Ohio -- Athens County,
  • Athens County (Ohio) -- Genealogy,
  • Athens County (Ohio) -- Census, 1850 -- Indexes,
  • United States -- Census, 7th, 1850 -- Indexes

Edition Notes

Book details

Statementcompiled by Jane Whiteman.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF497.A8 W43 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination41 p. ;
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3045725M
LC Control Number82138668

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Get this from a library. Index to wives' maiden names: Athens County, Ohio census. [Jane Whiteman]. When a person (traditionally the wife in many cultures) assumes the family name of their spouse, that name replaces the person's previous surname, which in the case of the wife is called the maiden name (birth name is also used as a gender-neutral or masculine substitute for maiden name), whereas a married name is a family name or surname adopted by a person upon.

Why We Think the Men Whose Wives Keep Their Maiden Names Are Pussies Every time a woman keeps her maiden name, a male angel loses his wings. Or at least that seems to be our enduring belief, according to a new study measuring social perception of men married to women who keep their last names.

That makes it perhaps slightly less surprising that so many men still believe that women should change their last names upon marrying. Men’s Health readers had a collective conniption in when asked about the possibility of their wives keeping their maiden names, with percent saying they’d be upset about it.

“One family, one name. Newspapers are an invaluable resource for locating a woman's maiden name. Newspaper obituaries often list the parents' names of the deceased. Wedding announcements are also often listed in the papers and include the name of both the bride and groom to be.

A newspaper wedding announcement with maiden name included. They initialed the first and middle names and went with their last. It never sounded right to me with my maiden name. So I am using the first part of my husbands last name.

I get a name that is slightly different from my real one, but it still feels like me. I like the sound. All of us choose our names for different reasons. “The wife uses her original surname, but the family name is her husband’s name,” the law said.

“But if the people involved agree otherwise, it is not limited to this.”. Most celebrity brides keep their maiden names after tying the knot. They've already established themselves, and with most celebrity marriages being pretty short, it's just easier in the long run.

But some stars marry before they rise to fame and end up taking their husbands' last names. A distant-ish Scottish relative of mine appears to have reverted back to her maiden name at some time after her husband's death. He was dead by ; and in the '61 census, a with her own children flown the nest, she turns up working as a "general nurse", living with a couple who have three young children -- using her maiden name of Brander.

Whether you’re poking around your family tree or simply curious about someone in your life, it’s possible to find a woman’s maiden name with public records — and when it comes to maiden name search tools, few are as effective as TruthFinder. The term “public records” refers to documents that are legally and freely accessible to the public, including census data, court.

Vital records (births, deaths, marriages, and divorces) mark the milestones of our lives and are the foundation of family history research. Vital records, usually kept by a civic authority, can give you a more complete picture of your ancestor, help you distinguish between two people with the same name, and help you find links to a new generation.

Men whose wives choose to keep their maiden names are often viewed as less masculine and lacking pants in the relationship, a new study finds. Authors, speakers and experts can piggyback onto this story for publicity, also known as newsjacking. Hi, Im not well versed with PHP so bear with me, please.

Ive managed to incorporate the surname cloud on my index page. However, it was pointed out to me by a visitor that many of the names while being family are not necessarily my direct ancestors.

Since I have several cousins (1st to 5th and as. Wives typically take their husband’s family name, with the feminine ending, although many continue to use their maiden name: e.g. Emil Petrov CHRISTOV ’s wife. A married name is a family name or surname adopted by a person upon marriage. When a person (in many cultures, traditionally, the wife) assumes the family name of his or her spouse.

That name replaces the person's birth name, which in the case of the wife is sometimes called the maiden name. "Birth name" is also used as a gender-neutral or masculine substitute for "maiden name.".

At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Compact disc no. ; Book Ceb. This index shows each person’s name, Miller application number, sex, and often spouse, maiden name, birth year, birth state, residence, and Soundex code.

An appendix lists the surnames in order by Soundex code. I took a pretty firm stand at supper last night and really ticked off my 24 year old daughter. I have some good friends, a married couple, and the wife kept her maiden name. I made the statement that this is a non-negotiable.

My argument was that in marriage a man and woman become one flesh. Simple query when adding a spouse/wife is it custom to record using her maiden name as I have been doing or to use her married name. The reason I ask is that using maiden name as I have been, if you use the web search facility from the person card it obviously uses the maiden name and not married name.

Life changed a great deal for women during the Middle Ages, reducing the majority to three societal statuses: Maiden, Wife, and Widow. Get some inspiration for your fantasy stories with today's Fantasy Friday article.

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Wayne. Name of applicant 2. Residence 3. Names of minor children (if any) 4. County 5. State 6. Age 7. Maiden name (if applicable) 8. Time at current residence 9. Degree of Indian blood Name of ancestor(s) from whom claiming descent Relationship to ancestor Father’s name and Indian blood (if applicable).

For women like Lola Abiola-Edewo who retained maiden names despite marriage to influential families, Ikeson, an educationist, identified ego and family pride as reasons for ‘double. Can you name the married names of these cartoon wives, given their maiden names.

by ShampooCell Plays Quiz not verified by Sporcle. Rate 5 stars Rate 4 stars Rate 3 stars Rate 2 stars Rate 1 star. Popular Quizzes Today. Italy Geography Bun; Cover the Alphabet. Index to obituaries and death notices in the reporter-dispatch White Plains, New York: with an index to the maiden and other names of wives / Latinized form of the Greek name Κορίννα (Korinna), which was derived from κόρη meaning "maiden".

This was the name of a Greek lyric poet of the 5th century BC. The Roman poet Ovid used it for the main female character in his book Amores. Maiden and married names Last updated Janu When a person (traditionally the wife in many cultures) assumes the family name of their spouse, that name replaces the person's previous surname, which in the case of the wife is called the maiden name (birth name is also used as a gender-neutral or masculine substitute for maiden name), whereas a married name is a family name.

When a person (traditionally the wife in many cultures) assumes the family name of his or her spouse, that name replaces the person's birth surname, which in the case of the wife is called the maiden name (birth name is also used as a gender-neutral or masculine substitute for maiden name), whereas a married name is a family name or surname adopted by a person upon.

“Because sons and fathers were given priority to get visas, Yossel assumed his wife’s maiden name being that he travelled with his father in law,” according to a self-published family. Tired of names like Madison, Taylor, and Tyler.

Why not use McKinley or Pierce. In recent years, surnames have become popular to use as first names. Classrooms are full of little Taylors, Tylers, and Madisons. Relative newcomers like Carter, Kennedy, Reagan, Grant and Harrison are zooming up the charts. What do these names have in common.

She does not HAVE to have the name on her passport changed, but ALL travel documents should be in the same name, so if you have made flight bookings in her married name, she had better apply for a new passport, but if flight bookings, and visas were made using her maiden name, then it should not be necessary to do so.

We have added the maiden name of wife or widow from Vital Statistics or marriage records when known. When first copied, the writer added birth dates from Vital Statistics Births for her use. They were left in. In most instances, they are correct. Index at the back of the book is a "full name" index which gives not only a surname, but first.

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The Bruce Coville book Monster of the Year has Michael McGraw, whose mother (Elsa Adams) changed her name to her husband's when she got married, changed back after they divorced, and said she'd stay with her maiden name for the rest of her life.

Michael, on the other hand, had his name changed to match his stepfather's. "The practice of keeping one’s maiden name after marriage — which appears to have declined sometime in the s or s — has begun rising again." (Google Consumer Survey).

Before only churches recorded birth, marriage, and death information in England (see England Church Records). In the early s, Parliament recognized the need for accurate records for voting, planning, taxation, and defense purposes. Legislation was passed to create a civil registration of births, marriages, and deaths for England and Wales and, for.

Maiden Names. Finding a maiden name is almost always essential to further research on a particular line. Naturally, the best place to locate a maiden name is on a marriage record.

If that is not available, other vital records may have the information, although this is usually the case only with more modern records, not those over years old. Betcha you can't guess the real maiden names of these seven celebrity wives.

(And if you can, then I suggest slowwwly walking away from your People magazine. Faith Hill. Photo by Photo: Shutterstock. Sure, she doesn't go by Faith McGraw -- but that doesn't mean her maiden name is actually Hill. What last name was the country star initially given.

Father Other Wives Mother Wife maiden name Occupation(s) Religion Born Christened Name of Church Died Cause of Death Buried Cem/Place Date Will Written/Proved Father Other Husbands Mother • Sex Children Birth Birthplace Date of first marriage/Place Date of Death/Cause Computer MF Given Names Day Month Year City County St./Ctry.

Name Maiden Name Description; Alice Roosevelt: First Wife: Edith Roosevelt: Second Wife: Helen 'Nellie' Taft: Wife: Ellen Wilson: First Wife: Edith Wilson: Second Wife.

2) If you keep your maiden name is it possible that some letters, credit cards are adressed as Mrs. Smith, eventho Legally you are still Tracy Cole. 3) Divorce? Some women are divorced but still have their husband's name. Why is that? E.g. Ivana Trump, ex wife of Donald Trump 4) Some wives got "two" surnames.

E.g. their maiden/ plus mrs.Many women are now keeping their maiden names upon marriage, hyphenating them with their husband’s last name, changing their middle name to their maiden name, and using other ways to keep their maiden name alive and in the records as belonging to them.

However, if we want to find our female ancestors, we’re going to have to do some searching. good luck keep on hoping, some people Maiden names are also last names, meaning both maiden and married are the same, because they both have same last name.

this is a rare case if that happens, but I am not saying it could why you keeping getting that answer, I can say is good luck.

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