At any rate, it was built by the immortal patriot's grandnephew, and it takes its name from the Washington homestead in England.
They did not know the mettle that was in this grandnephew of the great Gustavus.
But we have his grandnephew, Humphrey; and, if I mistake not, we shall have his grandson—if kisses mean anything.
He had no son of his own, but desired to make his power hereditary, and chose his grandnephew Octavius as his heir.
The title and estates passed to his grandnephew, but half a million or so of money came to her.
This captain was a grandnephew of Sir John Suckling the poet, and one of the great men of the family—himself acknowledging it.
So you have soon become tired of the streets of London, grandnephew!
"So you are my grandnephew," he said, holding out what Charlie considered to be a very limp and flabby hand towards him.
My pretty Margery, did you know that my grandnephew, whom you praise so warmly, has a boy's love for your Happie?
Caesar's successor was his grandnephew Octavius, usually called Augustus, which was one of his titles.