Since he had not seen his grand-parents, he could not judge whether there was any resemblance to them.
So were his grand-parents; and their grand-parents in their turn.
These grand-children were the greatest recreation of the grand-parents.
I used to live in Massachusetts, in Salem, with my grand-parents and my sister.
Such were the parents and the grand-parents of the child who had just been born into the world.
I will write to his grand-parents, and in a few days I hope to relieve you of the charge.
Also, I have lovely cousins and four grand-parents and an uncle.
Debt, not by law but by custom, is hereditary, and a man is expected to pay the debts of his grand-parents.
A delightful mlange of the old-fashioned fairy tales that delighted our grand-parents when bairns.
In other chapters reference is made to what children may inherit from their grand-parents and parents.