If this blog were a book, you'd read it on the toilet.
These are so sweet! I love old people. My Grandpa's: Clarence and WilliamMy Great Grandpa's: Noah, Carl, Lee, and Alexander.In addition, I think the following are good Grandpa names too: Edgar, Jack, Floyd, and Vito.
Freeman and Edmund. My father's stepfather was James.
This is fun! Dad's dad was Harry, and Mom's dad was Alphonse.That's right, Alphonse, born on May 6th, I was lucky enough to be born today. If I had been 2 days earlier, what do you want to bet I would have been saddled with Alphonse?
My Grandpa was Elias, which I think is a kickin' name.BTW- Christopher and Megan are perfect names for parents and grandparents.
My men on my mom's side: Oscar and WalterMy dads side: Paul and Charlesnothing too crazy, right?
My grandfather on my dad's side was Chester Earl Shaw his brothers were Amos, Willard, & Royal his sisters were Mabel & Florence. I also had a great great grandad named Enos. Those are some good 'ol timey names.
Eldred and Cal
My Grandpa's were Emmett and William. My Great Grandpa's were Irvin, Glenn, Seth and Charles.
Yes!!! My Grandpa was Herbert. Herbert Golden (that was his middle name).
I already told you about Wilmer. Wilmer Wayne Wennih..... Winnie was the nickname. Also my dad's nickname in the Navy.If I had been a boy my name was going to be Wayne Barclay Wennih... Thank you, God. Thank-you. (Barclay a maiden name)The other grandpa was Charles, aka Chuck Smith. He married Eva Brown... Her parents were the Greens.Are you picking up on some criminals in the background? I thought so.We have NO idea. NONE.
Grandpas Gerald and Lloyd. Great-uncles Pickerel (called him Pick) and Thorpe.Uncles Buford and Emery and Wayne and Roger.It was a different world.
My maternal grandfather was Nils, but called Roy for some reason. His brother was Hjelmer. My paternal grandfather was Earl David. (lots, of Earls on that side of the family, 'cause we're a little white trash)
Walter and Kenneth
My Grandpa's real name was Andrew. He went by Erwin. Apparently, Andrew wasn't old man enough.My great-Grandpa's name was Freke. That's right. Pronouced "freak".
My maternal grandfather was Wes.
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