(related to Problem: Queer Relationships)
If a man marries a woman, who dies, and he then marries his deceased wife's sister and himself dies, it may be correctly said that he had (previously) married the sister of his widow.
The youth was not the nephew of Jane Brown, because he happened to be her son. Her surname was the same as that of her brother because she had married a man of the same name as herself.
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