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  1. JANE , JOHN , and DOE are...female equivalent is Jane Doe or ... Roe, and subsequent ones... to as John Stiles and ...

    6 Answers · Family & Relationships · 13/04/2010

  2. ...distant cousins but that's about it. Think about it this way - if Jane 's uncle married John 's aunt they share cousins but neither are direct blood relatives...

    7 Answers · Family & Relationships · 06/03/2010

  3. ... John Smith, the inner envelope should be John & Jane , it's more personalized. ...gentle reminder. (i.e. the bride's mother, or if you and your fiance are hosting it you...

    8 Answers · Family & Relationships · 09/04/2009

  4. If both are deceased it would be: grandaughter of the late John and Jane Doe. If only one is deceased, like this: grandaughter...

    10 Answers · Family & Relationships · 25/10/2007

  5. John and Jane Don't use last names, they are not required for the post office and solves your problem just as easily.

    8 Answers · Family & Relationships · 26/04/2008

  6. ...of your guests do or don't have secure ...everyone invited: not " John Smith and Family" but rather...reception use " John and Jane Smith". In...

    3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 06/02/2010

  7. ... just a specific table you could do both on one.. very formal... Mr. & Mrs. John Doe less formal... John & Jane Doe or John on one and Jane on other + last name

    6 Answers · Family & Relationships · 19/07/2007

  8. I would word it this way: Jane Doe of Hometown and John Doe of Howntown are happy to announce their ...

    5 Answers · Family & Relationships · 30/08/2009

  9. Good for you! Do what I did : Elaine Linda Smith, daughter of John and Jane Smith and Joe Fred Cool, son of Frank and ...

    10 Answers · Family & Relationships · 01/06/2007

  10. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith is the correct form. Your cousin got confused because the " Jane " was closer to the "Smith".

    4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 02/07/2012

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