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In the United States the most common name suffixes are senior and junior, which are written with a capital first letter ("Jr." and "Sr.") ...

How to Use Jr, Sr, II, III, etc. (with Cartoons) | The German-American ...

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Oct 20, 2013 ... If a parent and child are using the suffixes “Sr.” and “Jr.”, but the parent dies, then they are referred to merely as “(Name) I” / “(Name), the first” ...

Jr., Sr., III - The Chicago Manual of Style Online

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Jr., Sr., III. Display All Answers. Q. John Smith Jr. or John Smith, Jr.? ... listed last name first and first name last, after which name does the suffix (Jr., Sr., III, etc.) ...

Baby Naming Issue: Can You Use a Suffix if a Generation Was ...

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Apr 13, 2011 ... Furthermore, Sr. doesn't use the Sr. suffix: he's just Robert Jones, and all the ... Baby Naming Issue: Can You Name a Child John Doe Smith III Jr.? .... you then become Senior (Sr.) and your son Junior (Jr.), not the second (II).

What do you call name suffixes like jr., sr. esq, etc? - English ...

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'A name suffix, in the Western naming tradition, follows a person's full name and ... These include suffixes like Jr., Sr., III, etc. and do NOT include "professional ...

suffixes - Where do you put the suffix when listing the last name first ...

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Jun 17, 2013 ... For example, if given the name John Doe Jr. , which of the following would ... Use a comma before Jr. and Sr., but treat II and III according to the ...

Name Sharing - Junior (Jr.) or "The Second" (II)? - Genealogy

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Jun 19, 2006 ... Terms such as Junior, II, III, etc. came into use to distinguish between ... die i.e. Junior becomes Senior when the father dies, and III becomes Junior. ... others insist that your formal name, including the suffix, does not change.

APA Style Blog: Jr., Sr., and Other Suffixes in APA Style

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Mar 29, 2012 ... "Jr.," “III,” or other suffixes are not included with in-text citations, but they are included ... Just use the author's last name as you normally would: ...

Grammar Girl : Do You Need a Comma Before "Jr."? :: Quick and ...

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Jan 17, 2015 ... One reason is that the official name includes a comma, but many of the ... Jr., Sr., III, and so on are only used when you're writing someone's full ...

Comma with Jr. or III - Writing - English Rules

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Jun 15, 2005 ... When you write III, do you put a comma after the name: ... You are correct that, at least traditionally, a comma is used with Jr. In fact, if Jr.

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Men's Names and Titles - The Emily Post Institute, Inc.

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His father may use the suffix “Sr.” for “senior. ... In writing, a comma is used to separate the surname and the suffixes Jr. and Sr., though the trend is ... No punctuation is used when a name has a numeral suffix: Robert Conner III; The wife a man ...

How does I, II, III, Jr., and Sr. work in naming systems? | Yahoo ...

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Apr 26, 2009 ... If I want to name my future child James Ambrose as well, would my kid be James ... would be James Ambrose Smith Jr. The suffix, the Second, comes after Jr., ... Source(s): ii iii jr sr work naming systems: https://biturl.im/brU5Y.

Sequence Post Nominals - the Official Guide to Names, Titles, and ...

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Junior, Senior, I, II ..... Jr., II, or III ... when they sign their names when their father dies and they think it unlikely .... Some in our office say that honorifics shouldn't be used with any post nominal suffixes -- Mr. James R. Bowden, Jr., for example.