They have ever held an honorable place and untarnished name among men; our grandsire was enlisted under Washington.
It was Joseph, the grandsire of Napoleon, who received them.
The Persians, subdued by the grandsire of Astyages, seized the occasion to revolt.
And striding past his grandsire he traversed the aisles with hasty steps.
To both Miriam answered that what her grandsire did, that she must do.
"Nothing, I trust," said Luke, stooping to raise up his grandsire.
We decided to take the grandsire, if he consented to come, and to leave the grandson behind, after finding him a home.
Your grandsire was a chauffeur, a servant, and without education.
The fame of his grandsire, the Tickell of Addison, was not hurt by the descent to him.
His grandsire would not tell him of these things; perhaps his grandsire did not know.