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Carbone was the grandson of Nicholas Carbone, a charismatic, influential Hartford city councilman who led the revival of the Hartford Civic Center, schools and housing during the 1970s.
The new shop owner is the great-grandson of Dominic E. Ehrler, an immigrant who moved to the states from Switzerland in the late 1800s.
One pretended to be her grandson needing $2,200 and the other was from someone claiming to be a public defender.
His tales include Barry's comic look at his family's trip to Israel, his daughter's bat mitzvah, going to synagogue over the High Holy Days, his Passover seder and the bris (birth) of his Jewish grandson, among other stories.
William Busch is the great-grandson of Adolphus Busch, who founded the Anheuser-Busch brewing empire, and the son of Gussie Busch, the brewery magnate who died in 1989.
George was the great-great grandson of the last Comanche War Chief, Quanah Parker.
The film ran into controversies of its own when Michael Mammoliti, nephew to one of the kidnappers, spoke publicly alleging that J. Paul Getty was complicit in the kidnapping of his grandson.
Rob Samuels, 42, is the grandson of Maker's Mark founder Bill Samuels, Sr., and the son of Bill Samuels, Jr., who helped turn it into America’s best-selling bourbon.
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Definition of grandson for English Language Learners
: a son of your son or daughter
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