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Subject: Re: [Lon] MOTHER-IN-LAW
Date: Sat, 13 Apr 2002 20:00:27 +0100 (BST)


Hi Josi
I know this was quite a bit earlier, but Jane Austen often uses it when referring to a step mother.
Joanna


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> Can anyone say if the term ma-in-law was used
> in any other way?than the usual term?
> we have 1879
> Mary A..== John Atkins
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> Ann Gaggen Mother-in-law to head of household.
> John's wife was Mary Atkins formerly Cuthbert
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> thank you for any help
>
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