The second time that his library was taken from him, Sir Robert died, but it was given back to his son, and many years later his great-great-grandson
gave it to the nation.
They threatened to cut off her finger before grabbing PS750 including PS50 worth of coins she was saving up for her great-great-grandson
Mr Sentain, the great-great-grandson
of a slave, said: "Slavery Remembrance Day is vitally important.
Events include a gubernatorial forum with Governor Phil Bryant, a luncheon program featuring the great-great-grandson
of President Jefferson Davis, a lecture on the legacies of Mississippi's governors, a statewide flower show, plein-air artists stationed around town whose art will be sold that afternoon, musical performers, an American folk-music concert, children's activities, book signings, a bake sale, a silent auction, and more.
a Nez Perce elder and the great-great-grandson
of Chief Joseph, struck a hand drum as his voice resonated through the Cottage Grove Public Library on Saturday.
Actor Ralph Fiennes, Claire Tomalin and Mark Dickens, the writers' great-great-grandson
, gave readings.
A single bell will be rung by Councillor Bob Wellington, Leader of Torfaen County Borough Council, and Robin Herbert, great-great-grandson
of Sir Benjamin Hall who gave the name "Big Ben" to the bell of the clock installed in the tower of the Houses of Parliament in 1857.
has a six-month-old great-great-grandson
Charles Gladstone, great-great-grandson
of W E Gladstone, said: "'We are incredibly proud of our illustrious ancestor and thrilled that he is to be honoured by Royal Mail.
she asks, hugging her 14-month-old great-great-grandson
she calls Bugs Bunny because he makes her laugh.
Lord Alton recently sent out a letter he had received from Wilberforce's great-great-grandson
Written by the great-great-grandson
of Cadwallader Washburn, Remarkable Americans: The Washburn Family is a family biography the Washburn family in the nineteenth century.