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In Leepson’s book, Jefferson Levy’s grandniece, Harley Lewis, recounted how her parents observed what was, for a time, likely the only nod to her family’s history at Monticello.
Later, as Putman got into Moreland's Honda Civic, Hodgkinson opened the car door, turned off the ignition, slashed her seat belt with a pocketknife and ultimately tried to choke his grandniece, police said.
Besides her niece, she is survived by nephew Harold Burnley, and many grandnieces, grandnephews, and cousins.
Others, such as a woman and girl who claimed to be Prince’s niece and grandniece, had their claims rejected as a matter of law.
For many years, Hudson’s own grandniece led the group, which has struggled at times to preserve the property.
Burns gained a niece in Florida and nephews in New York and Tennessee as well as a number of grandnieces and grandnephews.
In addition to his brother, Imrie is survived by his life partner, Lindsey Lighthizer; nephews John Brookings Innes and Milo McIntosh Imrie; a grandniece, Grace Innes, and grandnephew, Joshua Innes.
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