One has to marvel at how much Miss Fannie loved Mr. Licker to have agreed to take his name:
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Categories: Death, Humor, Last Words and Epitaphs, Names
It would have to be true love for sure. I can’t imagine my kids having to deal with such a last name in this day. Great post. Brought me a smile!
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One cringes and hopes that Mr. Licker’s first name was not Richard..
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