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a father of your grandparent

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Erskine Chief Executive Steve Conway said:I am delighted to welcome Lord Dunlop to Erskine especially because his great grandfather Sir Thomas Dunlop Bt was instrumental in the proposal to establish the hospital and its early management when he was Lord Provost of Glasgow.
He was not your typical great grandfather and was still cycling up to 150 miles per week.
Great grandfather Bill Dudley, at work at 90 years old at |McDonald's Mold restaurant in north Wales
And his great, great, great grandfather married a 13-year-old girl in Bangalore (she was an Indian girl we were told - yes, but she was still only 13
Mr Smillie said if his great grandfather were alive today: "He would tell me if you want to get UKIP's | into politics, do it, go in for the right reason, to represent people and do what you think is right.
It was a much more simpler time when my great grandfather was alive and money had very little impact on football, but I think he and his fellow players and supporters would be appalled by the prospect of the club leaving the city.
Helped by genealogists, public records and the Reform Synagogue in Cardiff, he discovered his maternal great grandfather Gershon Groskop arrived in Britain from Poland in 1852.
The Tithes feature more than 600,000 Irish land tax records, one of which relates to Mr Obama's great great great great grandfather who was living in Ballygurleen, Tipperary in 1829.
Obama has also been found to have had German roots through his sixth great grandfather, and a connection to Ireland through his third great grandfather.
She said: "I'm very proud of my family's history and of what my great grandfather and other members of the family have achieved.
Her mother Edwina Davies took the family back to Prestatyn to live in a flat left them by Carol's great grandfather Daniel Davies, a local butcher.
She also unearthed secrets on her husband's side of the family, revealing his great grandfather Joseph Rothery lived in the Lake District, but escaped from prison, fled to Wales and changed the family's name to Robinson after being caught cattle rustling.
Dan's great grandfather, Sir Thomas D'Oyly Snow, was a FirstWorld War General.
Koch reported that he has named the two new kettles for his father and great great grandfather, Charles and Louis Koch, who preceded him in the brewing industry.
I must reveal a vested interest--my great, great grandfather, Charles Monck, was the first Governor General of the Dominion.