great-grandparents


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great-grandparents

[ˈgreɪtˈgrænˌpɛərənts] NPLbisabuelos mpl
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They wondered what their great-grandparents would have thought of aeronautics.
Nyla is survived by her mother, Amy Rose Clark, her grandparents, Al & Beth Theriault, her great-grandparents Dave & Fran Nase, her aunts, Margaret Clark, Amy Velasquez, Susan Jonielunas, Amanda Mustakangas and Julia Clark, and her uncles David Theriault, Jason Theriault, and Anibal Velasquez.
They are the grandparents of 15 and great-grandparents of nine.
Her great-grandparents are Dorothy Crowley, Albert and Fujie Bedard and Andrea Nee, all of Clinton, and Robert and Patti Nee, of Holden.
The couple, who are grandparents of four and great-grandparents of five, have lived in their Winnetka home since 1955 and are active members of St.
Great-grandparents are Paul "Buddy" Briggs, of Boylston, Barbara and Paul Dickhaut, of Leominster, and Phyllis Young, of Clinton.
The DeCaspers are the grandparents of 11 and great-grandparents of eight.
Great-grandparents are Herman and June Schultz, of Bolton, Corinne Dobeck, of Clinton, and Willis and Bea Hatstat, of Clinton.
The couple are the grandparents of 13 and great-grandparents of three.
A MAN who raped a twoyear-old girl and murdered her great-grandparents had only been released from jail a few hours before.
And 73 percent of adults ages 18-34 wish they knew more about their grandparents or great-grandparents.
and his wife Patricia, maternal great-grandparents Robert and Gail Keith, his paternal grandparents Angelo "Papo" Martinez and Evelyn Cruz predeceased him, paternal great-grandmothers Angelica Cruz, and Isabel Martinez of Bronx NY, and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.