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After his Breakfast Club appearance, someone on Twitter did offer a valid explanation for Shoemake’s claims: Why would Frederick Douglass’ grandnephew do this?
That made his grandnephew Tyler Melnicove laugh out loud.
Besides her niece, she is survived by nephew Harold Burnley, and many grandnieces, grandnephews, and cousins.
The judge’s order releasing Dr. Lifschutz was delivered by his 27-year-old lawyer, Nicholas S. Freud, who was a great-grandnephew of the father of psychoanalysis.
And how’s this for complex family dynamics: Alex Tyng wrote her dissertation on her father’s work, then ended up marrying his grandnephew.
Burns gained a niece in Florida and nephews in New York and Tennessee as well as a number of grandnieces and grandnephews.
Alexandrowka is a cluster of wooden cabins bedecked with Slavic folk carvings and was assembled in 1826 by Frederick William III, grandnephew of Frederick the Great, as a colony for Russian soldiers.
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