Because it is merely a courtesy with no legal implications, the honorific persists after the death of the holder's father but it is not inherited by her children. The title used does not have to be exactly equivalent to the actual peerage. In rural Scotland laird's wives are often styled Lady, though not legally except in the case of the wives of chiefs. The daughter of a duke, marquess, or earl who marries an untitled man becomes "Lady [ Given name ] [ Husband's surname ]". The title of Captain is used as a courtesy title by shipmasters in the merchant navy who do not hold the military rank of captain. The wife of a Younger may herself place the title at the end of her name.
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