The home of the parents. Phillim. Doni. 25, 101. Thatwhich arises from a man’s birth and connections. 5 Yes. 750. The domicile of theparents at the time of birth, or what is termed the “domicile of origin.” constitutes tliedomicile of an infant, and continues until abandoned. or until the acquisition of a newdomicile in a different place. Prentiss v. Barton. 1 Brock. 380. 393. Fed. Cas. No. 11.381.
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