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Suffix (name) - Wikipedia

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The suffix "III" is used after either Jr or II and like subsequent numeric ... This is one way it is possible and correct for a Junior to father a IV. ... rule over what happens to suffixe...

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

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Oct 20, 2013 ... Rule #1: Parent & Child with Same Name = Sr. + Jr. This one is ... Then, they can use Roman numeral (i.e. I, II, III, IV, etc.) ..... The suffix naming convention had previously only been a trait of monarchs, aristocracy, and popes.

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

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A man with the same name as his father uses “Jr.” after his name as long as his ... “the third,” once written with either the numeric 3rd or the Roman numeral III, but ... the suffixes Jr. and Sr., though the trend is now toward dropping the comma.

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

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Jr., II, or III ... when they sign their names when their father dies and they think it .... Sr., Jr, II, III, IV, etc. are part of the person's name, they are not post-nominals ...

Difference Between Jr and II | Difference Between

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JR is to be used when the child is going to have the same name as his father. The father would then have to add SR (Senior) to his name in order to ... In modern society, there is no need to even follow these conventions and as .... For example, if Jr, III and IV are living and suddenly III dies, Jr remains Jr, and IV remains IV.

naming convention - When and Why Did Juniors Stop Being ...

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Oct 11, 2012 ... It seems that in the past there were different rules for suffixes like Jr., Sr., III, IV. When someone died the younger ones got "promoted" one level ...

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 major ... Jr., Sr., III, and so on are only used when you're writing someone's full name. ... is just a formatting issue that should follow standard conventions.

I am the 3rd, should I name my son the 5th? (certificate, father ...

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John Smith III (me) ... this point, everyone will wonder what happened to the man with the IV suffix. ... It's interesting that a few generations ago the "senior" and " junior" just ... Also, naming traditions a while back were different.

I, III, III?? - names family | Ask MetaFilter

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When Senior dies, Junior becomes Senior, III becomes Junior IV .... I named my son with a different middle name and a "Jr." on the birth certificate. ... sort of moral precepts rather than just conventions (which by virtue of being ...

The Meanings and Connotations of “Junior” and “Senior

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Jan 25, 2013 ...Junior” is technically II if his name is exactly the same as “Senior” (who .... so they became John W. Rockefeller III and John W. Rockefeller IV.