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 Using Your Maiden Name
Women who use their maiden names may not face legal problems such as these, but they are certain to face inconvenience and harassment.
As a man in Field's Credit Department explained, "She no longer exists as a person under her maiden name.' Married women who for personal or professional reasons chose to retain their maiden names may also meet resistance in entering into contracts, buying insurance or purchasing items such as a car or furniture.
Married women using their maiden name may be denied contract or other rights or absolved of legal responsibility.
www.cwluherstory.com /CWLUArchive/name.html   (578 words)

  
 Japanese Women Divorce and Remarry In Order to Keep Their Maiden Name
She wanted to list her maiden name on the application, but the government insisted she apply under her registered married name, with Ichiyanagi in parenthesis.
Miyashita's ploy is dubbed "paper divorce/remarriage." Others are opting for a "de facto marriage," which means that while they might very well have a religious ceremony, they don't legally register their marriage, so husband and wife can keep their names.
A name change symbolizes being absorbed by the husband's family, she thought, as in days of old, when a bride doubled as a servant to her in-laws.
vikingphoenix.com /public/JapanIncorporated/jpwmdivorce.htm   (1095 words)

  
 Giving up your maiden name... - JAMAICAOBSERVER.COM
Recently renowned author and television preacher, Dr Myles Munroe, cautioned married women against retaining their maiden names as he said that it sowed the seeds for the parting of the union.
She identifies with him by taking his name." Maybe, he said, if his wife was a popular person he would not have a problem with her keeping her maiden name "For someone like broadcaster Dorraine Samuels-(Binger) -- everybody knows her as that already so it would be okay," he said.
Another case is 35 year old writer, Sandra Brown (not real name), whose husband opposed her double-barrelling her name from the beginning of their five-year marriage and ten-year relationship.
www.jamaicaobserver.com /magazines/AllWoman/html/20030420T210000-0500_42710_OBS_GIVING_UP_YOUR_MAIDEN_NAME___.asp   (1944 words)

  
 Dunn v. Palermo, 522 S.W. 2d 679 (Tenn 1975)
Quite aside from the fact that the law of customs relates essentially to commercial transactions, there is for consideration the fact that the mere custom of married women adopting their husband's surnames, does not necessarily imply a rejection of their own names.
Consistent with the common law principle referred to in the Maryland cases, we hold that a married woman's surname does not become that of her husband where, as here, she evidences a clear intent to consistently and nonfraudulently use her birth given name subsequent to her marriage.
Case law research is next to impossible and text treatment in a relatively minor area of the common law is rendered extremely difficult by virtue of the antiquity of the cases.
members.aol.com /alicebeard/living/palermo.html   (1944 words)

  
 Using Maiden Name On Loan Documents
However, when our documentation department prepared the loan documents, they were done in our borrower's maiden name (the applicant has been married over a year).
Answer: You could have the borrower sign a name affidavit certifying that both names are one and the same person.
The title to the property pledged as collateral was in the applicant's maiden name which is why the documents were prepared the way they were.
www.bankersonline.com /lending/gurus_ldng060203a.html   (175 words)

  
 Weddings and name changes Ask MetaFilter
I was born, got dad's name, and when they divorced she kept his last name - because she liked it better than her maiden name, and because it kept her connection to me. When Dad got remarried, his wives kept their own names.
My mother kept her name as a result of working for one of the big credit unions and finding out that they were (very) illegally keeping some married women's credit files as subsections of their husbands, even if they had applied independently.
In fact he said he would change his last name and take mine except that he is named for an uncle who was killed in war and he wanted to keep his full name, for himself and also for his father, who would have been sensitive to a change because of the namesake situation.
ask.metafilter.com /mefi/18652   (14112 words)

  
 Changing your name after marriage (Page 1 of 2)
A newly-married woman also can merge her maiden name with her husband's last name to produce a hyphenated moniker.
A name change, regardless of who is making it, is legal provided you don't have fraudulent intent and it doesn't interfere with other people's rights.
Alerting the Social Security Administration is critical because if you don't officially make the change before you file your first tax return with your new name, the name and ID number on your 1040 won't match Social Security records.
www.bankrate.com /brm/news/advice/20050125a1.asp   (760 words)

  
 Canada Immigration Discussion Forum - AOR- maiden name please comment
There was one space for "aliases" or "other names" on one of the forms though, so there we put what is traditional to do here in the Philippines: the maiden name was put as her middle name, and my last name was tacked on to the end.
My wife and I were concerned about the same thing because her passport is in her maiden name.
In the end though, we just kept everything in her maiden name.
www.immigration.ca /discussion/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=6630   (299 words)

  
 Ellis Island Genealogy Records Search Engine Tips at Ancestor Search
It was tradition for some European women (for example, Italian women) to travel under their maiden names even if married.
If they were following this tradition, even if they had children in tow, they would be listed under their maiden name, and the children by the father's surname.
Register your surnames and find out who else is researching the same family names.
www.searchforancestors.com /archives/ellisislandsearch.html   (2231 words)

  
 Dan Wyman
This volume lists approximately 5460 names with maiden name, married name, date of birth, place of birth, and mother's or father's name.
Lists approximately 6380 names with place and date of birth, mother's maiden name.
Lists approximately 5700 names, organized by town, with year of birth, mother's maiden name, and other family information.
www.danwymanbooks.com /kehila.htm   (2231 words)

  
 AAFA GA Marriage Records
If you know that a female spouse was previously married tell us about that and tell us her maiden name if possible - even tell us her parents names if you know.
Notice that a S. Alford married Lyna J. Hammond in 1852 in Troup County and a S. Alford married Lyna J. Haimmond in 1875 in Troup County.
Names were uncertain in several cases and some of them will be identified with dual names.
www.alfordassociation.org /marr_ga.html   (2231 words)

  
 Dan Wyman
This volume lists approximately 5460 names with maiden name, married name, date of birth, place of birth, and mother's or father's name.
Lists approximately 6380 names with place and date of birth, mother's maiden name.
Lists over 7500 names, organized by town, with year of birth, mother's maiden name, and other family information.
www.danwymanbooks.com /newnevek.htm   (2231 words)

  
 Chinese name - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chinese married women usually retain their maiden name as their family name, rather than adopt the name of their husband, and children usually inherit the father's family name.
Given names resonant of qualities which are perceived to be either masculine or feminine are frequently given, with males being linked with strength and firmness, and females with beauty and flowers.
Traditional naming schemes often followed a pattern of using generation names as part of a two-character given name; however, this is less used today, especially in the mainland of the People's Republic of China, where many given names use only one character.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chinese_name   (1678 words)

  
 Mary Sheedy and Patrick Kearney
Patrick Kearney and Catherine McGee married in the Catholic Church.Patrick was a farmer,Catherine a general servant.Ages (left blank).
Parents names and details are left blank on this certificate.
So at this point in time, Catherine McGee would appear to be her maiden name,under which she (incorrectly) married Patrick Kearney (as her married name was Dagan then she should have married under that legal name).
www.hotkey.net.au /~jwilliams4/mary2.htm   (971 words)

  
 Eschaton
According to the same sources, his White House press credentials list him as "Jeff Gannon" - they let him use his pseudonym -- even though married female reporters, who use their maiden name professionally, are given credentials with their married name and aren't allowed to be credentialed under their maiden names...
...not sure why this isn't clear, but the point is that he's allowed to be credentialed under his professional pseudonym even though women whose "professional pseudonyms" are their maiden names aren't.
I'm off to NYC to talk about stuff on this panel and socialize.
atrios.blogspot.com /2005_01_23_atrios_archive.html   (6767 words)

  
 Locust Valley Library - Personal Name Index to The Leader
Cross-references to married names are provided, and first and maiden names are given for married women where possible, to aid in tracking down all the members of a family.
Also, a divorced woman was referred to by a combination of her maiden name and her former married name; the former Mrs.
Following the person’s name are the dates and page numbers on which he or she was mentioned in the Leader.
www.nassaulibrary.org /locustv/leaderindexpage.html   (358 words)

  
 Hyphen chic: double-barrelled blast sours name game - www.smh.com.au
Etiquette expert June Dally-Watkins, who kept her hyphenated maiden name when she married, said her children were given her husband's surname, Clifford, a method she favoured.
Another increasing source was children who were informally given their mothers' maiden names as a surname after a divorce, only to have it questioned by schools.
Ms Morgan said one group driving the trend was women who wanted to retain their family name when they married and so combined it with their husband's surname.
www.smh.com.au /articles/2004/01/03/1072908952956.html?from=storyrhs   (423 words)

  
 Preface - Midwest Chinese American Resource Guide
Traditionally most married Chinese women adopt their husbands' family names as their last names, and keep their own maiden names as middle names.
Chinese from mainland China are likely to use Pinyin spellings for their names, while Chinese from Taiwan or Singapore normally use the Wade-Giles spellings.
Most Chinese festivals are still widely observed and celebrated by Chinese Americans due to their respect for traditions and close ties to culture.
www.lib.ku.edu /eastasia/calamwrg/midwest951.shtml   (4009 words)

  
 Dan Wyman
This volume lists approximately 5460 names with maiden name, married name, date of birth, place of birth, and mother's or father's name.
Lists approximately 5700 names, organized by town, with year of birth, mother's maiden name, and other family information.
Lists approximately 6380 names with place and date of birth, mother's maiden name.
www.danwymanbooks.com /kehila.htm   (4009 words)

  
 Alexander County Messages
Need to know when he was born in 1866 and when he died and how many children he had and their names, etc. He was from Clear Creek, Alexander County, Illinois.
She married John M P Washburn in 1829 Alexander Co Ill. Then in 1841 she married a John Durham also in Alexander Co. Ill.
They were married in Alexander County, IL 12-15-1881.
www.iltrails.org /alexander/AlexanderCountyMessages.htm   (1363 words)

  
 Print Article: Hyphen chic: double-barrelled blast sours name game
And individuals with hyphenated monickers are increasingly getting married to each other, opening the way for triple- and quadruple-barrelled names and combination and composite monickers.
Etiquette expert June Dally-Watkins, who kept her hyphenated maiden name when she married, said her children were given her husband's surname, Clifford, a method she favoured.
NSW Opposition Leader John Brogden and wife Lucy recently gave their first child, Flinders, the middle name of Hooke - Mrs Brogden's maiden name.
www.smh.com.au /cgi-bin/common/popupPrintArticle.pl?path=/articles/2004/01/03/1072908952956.html   (390 words)

  
 Compendium of History, Reminiscence & Biography of NEBRASKA
He was married in Thomas county, Nebraska, December 5, 1888, to Miss Susan M. Cowles, who was born in Massachusetts, and for sometime taught school in Illinois.
Reigle are the parents of six children, whose names are its follows: Rose, Thomas, Mary, John, Ellen, and Henry.
The mother, whose maiden name was Lucy C. Wood, was a native of the same place as her husband and still survives, living in Illinois, and two daughters are living in that state.
www.rootsweb.com /~neresour/OLLibrary/Comp_NE/cmp1032.htm   (5708 words)

  
 The Mankowitz Family Homepage
Example: there are notations at the listings of David Cohan and David Cohen telling who one of their parents is. Females who married twice are listed under both names.
Females who married but who I don't know that they married are listed under their maiden name.
There are notations in places where names are similar sounding to tell these individuals apart.
www.pitt.edu /~meisel/genealogy/mankowitz   (5708 words)

  
 Class of 1969
We have tried to list women by maiden name (with married names in -italics).
Joseph D. Salvato provided over 400 names in Jan. 2000.
This page is a comprehensive list of approximately 990 names: 502 with good postal addresses + 478 with no current postal addresses who are the names in bold + 10 deceased names for the class of 1969.
www2.bxscience.edu /alum/1969/1969.shtml   (5708 words)

  
 wiki/Quebec culture Definition / wiki/Quebec culture Research
A unique feature of Quebec, is that married women retain their maiden names A "maiden name" is the family name previously carried by a woman who is now married and uses her husband's name.
A maiden name may be indicated using the word "née" (pronounced as either "nay" or "nee"), from the French for "born", hence Margaret Hilda Thatcher née Roberts....
1687 - The men under explorer Robert Cavelier de La Salle murder him while searching for the mouth of the Mississippi River.
www.elresearch.com /wiki/Quebec_culture   (5708 words)

  
 Query Page 2
Need maiden name of ancestor PHEBE born 1775-1780 probably on Long.Is. possibly Suff Co. She married Thos Eaton ca 1802 and by 1810 they are found on NY Census in Orange County at Walkill and by 1820 at Ulysses in Tompkins County.
Is there a list of soldiers names who served in WW1 and was there?
William Robert Beecher born September 1829, married Mary Rebecca Smart 1882, Beaufort County, SC.
www.longislandgenealogy.com /CurrentPosts2.html   (5708 words)

  
 Welcome to First Name Basis - First Name Search PLUS Middle, Maiden and Married Name too!
If there is a recurring name (first or middle) in your family and it happens to be your name or your child's name, we will happily list it as "a recurring name," but without any current information on a living person.
For those using unusual first names to search for missing twigs, branches, and roots.
After all, many people go by their middle names instead of their first names.
www.genealogytoday.com /names/first/basis.html   (252 words)

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