[Ansteorra] marriage and registered persona names
eleanor_cleavely at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 18 20:39:42 PST 2002
Just to add...
My mundane husband (who is also my SCA husband) took
my mundane mother's last name of Ralston as it would
have been in the Tudor era "de Rolstoun." It allowed
us to reconcile our persona's, how they met and
married and so on.
--- Tessa Nieto <eleanor_cleavely at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I kept my persona name when I got married but
> my mundane. I really don't think women took their
> husband's name back then. If a woman married into
> nobility she would take her title as her last name.
> For example, my mother married Lord John Edward
> Cleavely. Her family name was Bishop. When she
> she became Anne, Lady Cleavely and dropped the
> Does this make sense? Am I wrong?
> Eleanor Cleavely
> --- Aceia <aceia at mac.com> wrote:
> > I was curious to hear what other ladies in the
> > society thought about persona
> > marriage and the taking of the man's name. Should
> > woman take her
> > husband's name in persona? Should she re-register
> > her name if she does?
> > just curious -
> > Robin Anderson of Ross (should it be Robin
> > Drummond?)
> > >--------------------------------<
> > > I laughed, I cried, <
> > > It became a part of me. <
> > > <
> > > aceia at mac.com <
> > > http://homepage.mac.com/aceia <
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