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Levirate marriage is a type of marriage in which the brother of a deceased man is obliged to marry his brother's widow. . Under Igbo customary law, a brother or son of the deceased Igbo husband was traditionally allowed to inherit the. India News: A woman in Gujarat tipped off a marriage bureau to match-make her younger son with her widowed daughter-in-law.
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When Sally Langdown married for a second time she didn't have to change her name - or even her mother-in-law. Her new husband Mark was her first husband Nigel's younger brother and had been best man at their wedding a decade earlier. Here, housewife Sally, 45, and estate agent Mark, 46, from Andover, Hampshire, tell us how they fell in love only months after Nigel's tragic death from cystic fibrosis. I first met Nigel when I started working as a trainee nurse in Winchester Hospital.
Levirate marriage is a type of marriage in which a woman marries one of her husband's brothers after her husband's death. The term is a derivative of the Latin word levir, meaning "husband's brother. Levirate marriage has been practiced by societies with a strong clan structure in which exogamous marriage—martial unions outside of the clan—was forbidden. It is best known from stories in the Hebrew Bible , where it was practiced among the early Israelites. In Jewish tradition, the most famous levirate marriages took place in the family of Judah , whose daughter-in-law Tamar ultimately married Judah himself after two previous marriages resulted in the deaths of her husbands. The story of Ruth and Boaz describes a derivative form of levirate marriage, involving relatives more distant than brothers.