In passing, we also noticed that bassist Bill Lee's family group, The Descendants of Mike and Phoebe, appears twice in 70 Years, on page D420 under the proper spelling and again on pages D319-D320 as The Decendants
of Mike and Phoebe; Lord copies only the misspelling
Reed's "school marms" are decendants
of Yeats's "kind old nun in a white hood" in "Among School Children" who teaches her students a stale, uninspiring curriculum:
If they didn't know the symbol was an insult to the decendants
of slaves, she told them, it was about time they learned it.
The mean age of the decendants
was 35 years (range: 2-79 years).
iii) No accommodation to be made to directors, chief executives, sponsors their spouses and lineal ascendants and decendants
or to firms and companies in which they have an interest as a partner, director or shareholder.
If grandad went to Spain to fight with the International Brigade it would have been between 1936-38 and I'm looking for decendants
of families who may have lived in both Housewife lane and Swainby Road to ask if any one else had someone fighting with the Brigade in Spain or knew of my gran and grandad.
I WISH to trace any decendants
of my grandmother's brother.
And, within five years, can be directly responsible for more than 20,000 decendants