Great-great-grandchild in a sentence

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They stare at you every time you see them, and they'll rise up before your great-great-grandchildren, monuments of your carelessness and ignorance.
He has been the father of nine children, and has had thirty grandchildren, thirty-three great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.
After a faithful service of 106 years, Emiline died in 1932 at the home of Mrs. John G. High, a great-granddaughter of L.W.C. Waddell living nine miles north of Lonoke, and the grown up great-great-grandchildren still miss Mammy.

Examples of Great-great-grandchild

Example #1
The worst of these little blunders is, that they won't improve with age.
Example #2
I told you my house was half done when it was well begun; now that it is almost done it seems to me only fairly begun.
Example #3
Mr. Kemp can even now handle the drumsticks with a dexterity rarely equaled; and within a short time I have seen him give an exhibition of his skill which would reflect credit on a much younger person.
Example #4
His first appearance in the public service was during the year 1805, as drummer of the South Company of Groton, commanded by Luther Lawrence, afterward the mayor of Lowell.
Example #5
Superstitious beliefs were strong in her and her tales of "hants" were to "her little white chilluns", really true but hair-raising.
Example #6
A strange almost unbelievable thing happened to Emiline; she was born a deaf mute, but her hearing and speech was restored many years before her death, when lightening struck a tree under which she was standing.