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- n. Alternative spelling of great-grandfather.
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His great grandfather was the young Tim O’Hara who said to Queen Victoria — ’
The poet's great grandfather Timothy, who died twenty-two years before Shelley's birth, seems to have gone out of the beaten track in migrating to America, and practising as an apothecary, or, as Captain Medwin puts it, “quack doctor,” probably leaving England at an early age; he may not have found facilities for qualifying in America, and we may at least hope that he would do less harm with the simple herbs used by the unqualified than with the bleeding treatment in vogue before the Brunonian system began.
Asmonaeans or Hasmonaeans is the Proper name of the family, which is derived from Cashmon, great grandfather of
His eyes are the spitting image of Jack's and, except for the fact he is a towhead, his resemblance to his famous great grandfather is striking.