Recent Examples of grandchild from the Web
In addition to his wife and his daughter Kelly, Andrus is survived by two other daughters, Tana Andrus-Watson and Kelly Andrus; a brother, Steve; a sister, Margaret Gardner; three grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.
Gustin is married and has three children and two grandchildren.
But the great-great-grandchildren of Jefferson Davis, Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee, three of the Confederacy's top military and political leaders, feel differently.
The grandchildren love to press the crust, arrange the fruit, pick the mint from the garden and pipe on whipped cream before serving.
The department's chief inspector, Mike Vartorella, said his grandchildren ride the attractions at the State Fair.
The story is centered on the death of a Holocaust survivor that begins a battle of wills between his two grandchildren.
Included in the inscription was the date the family moved to RB and the parents, children and grandchildren attended the unveiling ceremony, using it for a family reunion.
As archaeologist Chris Clarkson was excavating a rock shelter in northern Australia one day in 2015, May Nango of the aboriginal Mirarr group brought her grandchildren to look at the pit.
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Definition of grandchild for English Language Learners
: a child of your son or daughter
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