William T (no middle name, he just used T.)
and Arthur (I can't remember his middle name, or if he had one; he died when I was quite young.)
Good names on the male side of my family!
My grandfathers' names were Peter and Alan. Step-Grandfather was Walter (nn. Wally).
My fiance also had a grandfather called Peter. The other one was called Edward (nn. Ted).
Alvin Jay. I just discovered my grandfather, who I've never met, was named Arthur Alan. I think they're both pretty cool.
William Richard is my dad's dad, after he died my grandmother remarried a man named Palmer, not sure of his middle name. The other grandfathers (greats) that I know of are Joseph and Amos.
Richard Earl. His father was Daniel Earl, and my grandmothers father was William Charles.
So if we chose to honor my grandparents, William and Richard would be easy picks. ;)
Wayne, not sure of the middle name. DH said his mn starts with a G, my FIL's first name is Gary but Wayne was born sometime between 1910-1920 (he isn't entirely sure of the year) and I don't think Gary was popular at that time, but who knows.
Leonard Woodworth. Leonard is DH's middle name, and Leona my one dd's mn after her daddy and great grandpa. ;)
Thomas William and Gaetano (he was Maltese)
My Grandpas' Names: Raymond and Allen
My Husband's Grandpas' Names: Clifford and Rupert
paternal grandfather: Charles Claude
maternal grandfather: Frank William
Charles Claude (Sr.)
Oscar ...Idk his mn
My grandfathers are James Francis and Eugene Kenyon (his mother's maiden name).
Richard (Middle name Lawrence)
Raymond (Middle name Owen)