[Ansteorra] marriage and registered persona names

Addington, Debbie, A daaddington at saintfrancis.com
Fri Jan 18 10:57:50 PST 2002

in my persona's time and culture, we kept our fathers surname and daughters
could be given either mom or dad's surname.


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> Subject:	[Ansteorra] marriage and registered persona names
> I was curious to hear what other ladies in the society thought about
> persona
> marriage and the taking of the man's name.  Should a 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?)
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