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an aunt of your father or mother

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The two women's stories are presented so that their struggles run side by side, and the fun-to-read diary reflections awaken something strong in Great Aunt Molly's namesake.
He recalled the horrible accident 17 years ago that claimed the life of his great aunt, who ran into the path of a car when wild dogs entered the same house.
On 20th December, peacefully in hospital, Mary Christina, aged 90 years, much loved sister to Rita and brother-in-law John, beloved aunt, great aunt and great great aunt to all the family.
Lloyd George knew my great aunt Jan Davies wrote in response to our recent photo of Lloyd George on Conwy Quay.
Being one of eight children she is a sister, sister-in-law, aunt, great aunt, cousin and friend to many.
The youngster's great, great aunt from Canada, who had never met her, wrote: "Keane, I am your great, great Aunt Pat.
ATHRILLER inspired by the murder of the author's great aunt by the Nazis in 1941 has just been published.
I think she would get along with my Great Aunt Vie, who's 86, perfectly," Contactmusic quoted her as saying.
Beloved daughter of Haswell and Amy, sister of Margery, Helen and David, much loved aunt, great aunt and great great aunt.
These are the tools of a great aunt, along with a soft bosom and the persistent odor of Jergens.
Two years ago, the takeaway featured on the Great British Menu because it was previously run by television chef Angela Hartnett's parents and was taken over by her great aunt nearly 60 years ago.
She was born in Harlem and moved to the small town of Quincy, Illinois, when she was 5 to live with her great aunt, Mildred.
After learning of the death of her Great Aunt Emma from a disease that is curable in our modern times, Emily assumes she can't do anything to change the past.
Liam, it was said, had inherited his gleaming blue-black hair and big dark eyes from his great aunt Caitlin.
The doctor gave him only a few weeks to live and as she sat at the bedside of her beloved husband Wanda's great aunt began to worry about the afterlife.