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    Default Which of your grandparents are still living? When did the ones who are dead die?

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    Your paternal grandfather is your father's father
    Your paternal grandmother is your father's mother
    Your maternal grandfather is your mother's father
    Your maternal grandmother is your mother's mother

    My paternal grandfather died in the late 1990s, the others are still living.

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    All my grandparents are deceased. Both grandfathers died way before I was born. Died at age 27 (?) and 46. I grew up without grandmothers. I met them in adulthood. They are both deceased now. One lived to be 79, the other 81.
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    They are still alive.

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    All of my grandparents are dead as are both of my parents. Both real grandmothers died before I was born, my paternal grandfather died before I was born and my maternal grandfather died before I was 12

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    Only my maternal grandmother is still alive, and I suspect she doesn't have too much longer either, a relatively healthy but frail 89 year old.

    My paternal grandparents both passed away 3 years ago, and my maternal grandfather passed away 2 years ago.
    "Living or dying, it's not a big deal. What we should be concerned about is whether or not we're allowed to crawl to our graves."

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    My paternal grandfather died at 106
    My paternal grandmother still alive and just turned 100
    My maternal grandfather died at 98 because of an accident. He would have easily made past 100.
    My maternal grandmother is alive and 103

    My family on both sides last long. With the exception of my paternal grandmother all were past 30 when they had their first child.

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    only my maternal grandmother is alive . the others are dead

    my paternal grandmother died in front of my eyes when I was a small child . I remember it clearly and it is a trauma to me
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    Both my paternal grandparents died at age 77, grandpa in 2006, grandma in 2011.
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    My maternal Grandparents are still living, grandfather age 79, grandmother age 69 (soon 70).

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    Unfortunately all of them are deceased, my last living grandparent passed away before I turned 18 so I never really knew them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stala View Post
    My paternal grandfather died at 106
    My paternal grandmother still alive and just turned 100
    My maternal grandfather died at 98 because of an 8accident. He would have easily made past 100.
    My maternal grandmother is alive and 103

    My family on both sides last long. With the exception of my paternal grandmother all were past 30 when they had their first child.
    Wow!!! You have some great genes in your family! Care to share any family longevity secrets for us mere mortals? 😄

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