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GGGFGolden Gopher Growth Fund
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In spite of Gavin's reverence of his great-great-grandfather, he is today saddled with the task of keeping Mr Happy's teeming customers not only satisfied but also truly happy.
And it seemed their great-great-grandfather was an omnipresent spectre as, fittingly, many of his original possessions and clothes featured on stage, giving the space the cobwebbed feel of an old curiosity shop.
New bride Kate's great-great-grandfather came from Teesside!
potato famine.Last year, Smolenyak, who hails from New Jersey, traced Obama's maternal Kearney family roots to Moneygall in County Offaly.Now she believes that Biden's great-great-grandfather most likely emigrated from Carlingford in County Louth, on the Northern Ireland border.
My son now plays ball with his great-great-grandfather's mitt, and I serve food on my great-grandmother's dishes.
Colin, whose great-great-grandfather on his mother's side was Scottish, visited the former plantation for the show.
Attached is a picture of my great-great-grandmother Mary Thomson, daughter of Archibald Thomson, and my great-great-grandfather John Scarlett.
BBC2, 9pm When Prince Charles began his affair with Camilla Parker-Bowles, both were aware that history was repeating itself -her great-grandmother, Alice Keppel, and his great-great-grandfather, Edward VII, had also been lovers.
The journey begins when our heroine, Victoria Line, comes upon her great-great-grandfather A.
Jensen, who has been putting her family's history together the past few years, heard Feeter was coming again and faxed him some information last Friday that she had about her great-great-grandfather.
Producer Gill Parry explained: "One of the main props is a 12in penis in a glass jar which sits on a mantelpiece and is a gift from the lead's great-great-grandfather.
What would it be worth to my imaginary sled owner to be able to give his grandchildren a plaything that their great-great-grandfather had ridden on?