- n. The son of one's great-grandchild.
“Survivors include 10 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandson.”
“What else would you expect from the great-great-grandson of Albert Einstein?”
“Matthew Chapman is the great-great-grandson of Charles Darwin, author of two books, and writer and director of the new film 'The Ledge' starring Liv Tyler, Charlie Hunnam, Terrence Howard, and Patrick Wilson.”
“In "The Judge," Mellon's great-great-grandson James, the author of "African Hunter" and "The Face of Lincoln," traces the foundation of the family fortune.”
“Michael is a great-great-grandson of Queen Victoria; a third cousin of Britain's queen; and a first cousin of her husband, Philip, "with whom he spent childhood summer vacations on the Black Sea coast," according to AP.”
“Gordon Parks, who was an old friend of our family and spent Thanksgiving at our home, was so impressed by this family keeping its collection together he decided he wanted the Gordon Parks Foundation to be established as a division of Meserve-Kunhardt," explained Peter Kunhardt Jr ., the foundation's current director and Frederick Hill Meserve's great-great-grandson.”
“He is the great-great-grandson of Japan's first prime minister, Hirofumi Ito.”
“The groom is the great-great-grandson of the last German kaiser.”
“Matthew Chapman is the great-great-grandson of Charles Darwin, author of two books, and writer and director of the new film The Ledge starring Liv Tyler, Charlie Hunnam, Terrence Howard, and Patrick Wilson.”
“As the chairman of auto maker Fiat Group and a great-great-grandson of the company's founder, Mr. Elkann is wealthy and well-connected, overseeing the fortune of a family described as the "Kennedys of Italy.”
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