How do you address people in Victorian England?

Barons were referred to as “Sir [first] [last]” and their wives as “Lady [first] [last].” Their children were simple “Mr.” “Mrs.” The Victorian era was very formal outwardly. After you got out of titles the Mr/Mrs classifications as standard. It would not be strange to hear a husband refer to his wife as “Mrs.Apr 25, 2018

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