Jr., Sr., III, etc.

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Do I use a comma before Jr., Sr., etc.?

Jr., Sr., III, etc.

Although Jr., Sr., etc., are sometimes regarded as parenthetic, they are part of the legal name and should not be set off with commas.

Examples:
John Wilson Jr.
Bob Jones Sr.
James Stowers III

   

Comments

11/20/2008 9:10:43 AM
ms said:

Is it proper to type Mr. before (e.g. Mr. John Wilson Jr.)?




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