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I'm My Own Grandpa
May 22nd, 2004 at 9:47pm
 
I was listening to Guy Lombardo Mp3s tonight, circa 1948, amongst some others from the era, and just couldn’t figure this one out.

How can this be? Can we produce a chart of this happening?

An unsolved mystery.

If you have an unsolved family mystery, include it here.

Let others speculate and or perhaps figure it out for you.
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Re: I'm My Own Grandpa
Reply #1 - May 24th, 2004 at 9:59am
 
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I was listening to Guy Lombardo Mp3s tonight, circa 1948, amongst some others from the era, and just couldn’t figure this one out.

How can this be? Can we produce a chart of this happening?

An unsolved mystery.

If you have an unsolved family mystery, include it here.

I remember that song as a kid. I'd like to chart that genealogy on my Family Tree Maker program. (just need time), any other member with a genealogy program could do it too. It would be good to see some more contributions to this forum by other members.

Thanks Mel
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