Welcome to our board! Log In Create A New Profile
Use mobile view

Advanced

Re: Hunsford Tales. A rather strange encounter

April 14, 2015 12:48PM
Maybe due to these marriage rituals that include Genesis 2:24, people in that era were more concerned with the religious union than the civil one. As Lady Cat became one flesh with her husband, his grandfather is her grandfather etc.

I truly have no idea how people spoke back then and what customs they used to define their relationship. Does Georgiana say she always wished for a sister or for a sister-in-law? When you got married, you called your MIL "Mother" or "Mother-in-Law"? Did you always clarify and quantify things, e.g. "my husband's mother" or "my mother in law".
SubjectAuthorPosted

Hunsford Tales. A rather strange encounter

Jim G.MApril 13, 2015 11:25PM

Re: Hunsford Tales. A rather strange encounter

Lucy J.April 16, 2015 01:41AM

Re: Hunsford Tales. A rather strange encounter

Jim G.MApril 16, 2015 11:59AM

Re: Hunsford Tales. A rather strange encounter

terrycgApril 14, 2015 09:44PM

Re: Hunsford Tales. A rather strange encounter

laurie lApril 14, 2015 11:42AM

Mr Collins has a good heart (nfm)

LiliApril 16, 2015 01:35AM

Re: Hunsford Tales. A rather strange encounter

Maria VApril 14, 2015 12:48PM

Re: Hunsford Tales. A rather strange encounter

ShannaGApril 14, 2015 02:04AM

Re: Hunsford Tales. A rather strange encounter

StarryApril 14, 2015 11:38AM



Author:

Your Email:


Subject:


Spam prevention:
Please, solve the mathematical question and enter the answer in the input field below. This is for blocking bots that try to post this form automatically.
Question: how much is 22 plus 21?
Message: