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Old 13-01-21, 09:42
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Default Brother in law and uncle

In the late 1600s/early 1700s were these terms used to mean anything other than:

BIL - husband of your sister/sister in law or brother of your wife

uncle - brother of a parent?

I'm going through wills to work out relationships and need to know I'm covering all potential bases.
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