Surrogate is a name (meaning one substituted, or appointed in the place of another) commonly applied in ecclesiastical usage to an officer delegated by the bishop to grant licenses for marriages, probates of wills, etc., in large towns. A surrogate is, properly speaking, the deputy or substitute of an ecclesiastical judge.

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