great grandparent


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a parent of your grandparent

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It was given to my great grandparents, Tom and Sarah, who I'm named after, as a wedding present in 1906.
HISTORIC: Tony Fancy's model of the Mimosa is inspected by brother and sister Erin and Owain Gruffydd, both nine, of Aberystwyth, whose great, great, great grandparents sailed on the ship Picture: EDDIE BARFORD / eb270908d
Newlove, who has also made 29 Test appearances, said: "Apparently it's my great grandparents who were Irish and not my grandparents.
In the late 1930s and 1940s, our grandparents and great grandparents were turned away from safe havens by country after country -- to be left to an unspeakable fate.
Membership is open to all who are interested in assuring that African American children know their grandparents and become great grandparents themselves.
One of Sophia's daughters, Elizabeth, who was aged nine in the 1851 census, married Thomas Floyd on July 14, 1862, these being my great great grandparents.
com - RITA RUSHWORTH Searching for news of my great-grandparents I AM looking for information on my great grandparents John Thomas and Elizabeth Anne Wood.
SINGER Britney Spears' great grandparents may have been regarded as scandalous, it was claimed yesterday.
I plead with all parents and grandparents and great grandparents to make sure we keep Alder Hey in Liverpool for future generations.
My great grandparents were George Kimberley and Elizabeth Marston who had several children - Thomas George who married Hannah Coley, Annie Elizabeth who married William Coley, William Henry, Rueben, Ernest Edward, Sarah Ann and I.
He wants to reach out to their grandparents and great grandparents in convalescent homes.
I am compiling my family tree and would like to know more about my great grandparents David Timmins and his wife Eliza.
In 1891, my great grandparents, Joseph and Mary Rose Hildreth (ne Mason, 33 years old, born in Australia), were living in Coundon, County Durham with two sons ( Joseph Edmond, aged two years, born Kelloe, Durham (my grandfather) and Francis Mason, aged one month.
Blue's great-grandmother was an Indian princess and Dave's Indian ancestry dates back through his great grandparents in Oklahoma.
Beside his parents he leaves his paternal grandparents, Donald and Kathy (Auclair) Fonner of Holland; paternal great grandparents, Harold and Eleanor Fonner of Ludlow; maternal grandparents, Edward Booth of Charlton and Kelly (Morse) Booth of West Boylston; maternal great grandparents, Kevin Morse of Worcester and Judy (Clifford) Morse of Fiskdale and aunts, uncles and cousins.