Recent Examples of goddaughter from the Web
In addition to her husband, Janet Wasko is survived by her sister, Barbara Bos, and brother, Thomas Pullman; her step-mother, Ann Pullman, and a number of nieces and nephews and a goddaughter.
Peggy Gross, of Aberdeen, watched the parade with her goddaughter, Nicole Smith.
Her death was confirmed by her goddaughter, Ariel Hyatt.
Barrymore and Paltrow, both from entertainment families—are goddaughters of the famous director.
Maia, meanwhile, is also Diane’s goddaughter, which suggests a new focus on themes like youth and age, or perhaps mothering and daughtering.
The cause was lung cancer, Elinor Tatum, her goddaughter and the publisher of The New York Amsterdam News, said.
Now forced to start over, Diane joins Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) at her firm and brings along her goddaughter Maia (Rose Leslie).
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before 12th century
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