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Required for people over 200. (Born about 1618 in Chelmsford, Essex)
Mrs. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs. Mrs. was most often used by women when married, in conjunction with her husband's first and last names (e.g., Mrs. John Smith). A widow was and still is addressed with the same title as when she was married. Mrs. was rarely used before a woman's first name, maiden name, or before a hyphenated surname her husband was not using. For example, Mrs. Jane Miller (wife of John Smith), Mrs. Jane Smith, or Mrs. Jane Miller-Smith were considered incorrect by many etiquette writers, especially of the early 20th century. [Other view points in article.]
Mr. Richard Warren (Warren-2883) Warren is among the less documented of the Mayflower pioneers. Clearly a man of rank, Warren was accorded by Governor William Bradford the prefix "Mr.", pronounced Master, used in those times to distinguish someone because of birth or achievement. [If we use Mr. everywhere we diminish those that were properly given the title.]
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