“That she's the great-granddaughter of a Cornish miner is the most beautiful part of all," he told me.”
“Matthew Carbone for The Wall Street Journal Both Mr. Wilson, a 63-year-old who handled public relations for four Kentucky governors, and Ms. Brown, the 69-year-old great-granddaughter of the founder of liquor empire Brown-Forman, grew up on farms along the Ohio river, just like this one.”
“A woman who can be gentle and attentive to her new great-granddaughter and patiently if reluctantly teach a more challenged housemate how to play her card game.”
“Yet Mr. Wilson, a 63-year-old who handled public relations for four Kentucky governors, and Ms. Brown, the 69-year-old great-granddaughter of the founder of liquor empire Brown-Forman, choose to make their life in the country.”
“Mary Regan of Flower Mound, Tex., and Anne Redmiles of Riva, Md.; two stepchildren, Wendy Norwitz of Clarksville and James Norwitz of Willards, Md.; 21 grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.”
“Dana Calo Winkler of Rockville and Robert Calo of Frederick; a brother; five grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.”
“As the great-granddaughter of Kamehameha I, she was the last royal descendent of the ruler.”
“Singer-songwriter Blake Hazard is apparently the great-granddaughter of F.”
“If you read its leaflets properly you can tour the Titanic sites with the great-granddaughter of one of the men who built the ship, have a Guinness at Robinson's Bar where they display a doll recovered from the sinking, and end up for dinner either at the Rayanne House Guesthouse, where they recreate the Titanic's final first class menu, or at the Thai-tanic Noodle Bar.”
“Stern is survived by his wife, actress Gloria Stroock, a son and a daughter, two grandchildren and a great-granddaughter.”
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