Maiden names do not have to bear any resemblance to a person’s married name! J
If I was doing it, I’d assume that she had 2 former names, i.e. Uli and Moes,
if there’s a stop between them, but if that dot is actually a comma, it could
have been her full maiden name, e g Uli MOES or Moes ULI.
A lot of people don’t know that nee means born with and think it just means
former, so they put more than one name as nee.
[mailto:ryerson_index-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Rex Pitkethley
Sent: Thursday, 1 June 2017 12:08 PM
Subject: [ryerson_index] Any Suggestions?
Any suggestions as to how to deal with this one?:
(Nee, Uli. Moes)
The maiden name looks strange, and doesn’t seem to bear any relationship to the
name at death.
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