Re: Younger siblings marrying in-laws' siblings #general


Sue <clamp@...>
 

David Edelman <pappapeach@gmail.com> wrote:

It would seem this should have been common, but I have never seen it.
I have only seen it once, in present San Francisco, where two sisters
are married to two brothers.
Was this common, not aloud, or what?
I had two aunts who married two brothers, but this was in London in the
1920s-1930s.

Sue Clamp

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