But her daughter Madelyn Dunham (Obama's maternal grandmother) "would turn her head in profile to show off her beaked nose, which along with a pair of jet-black eyes, was offered as proof of Cherokee blood." To date, no concrete evidence has surfaced of Cherokee heritage in the Mc Curry line. She is married to Canadian-American Konrad Ng, with whom she has two daughters, Suhaila and Savita.Obama's family said that his paternal great-grandmother, Ruth Dunham, died November 26, 1926, from ptomaine poisoning. Born circa 1829 in Moneygall, Ireland, he emigrated to Ohio via New York in 1850, making him the most recent immigrant on the maternal side of Barack Obama's family tree. After his divorce from Dunham, Soetoro married Erna Kustina. Maya Soetoro-Ng is a teacher in Hawaii. Robert Wolfley, born in 1835, is one of Obama's maternal third great-grandfathers.If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong.Stanley Armour Dunham is the maternal grandfather of Barack Obama. He and his wife Madelyn Dunham raised Obama in Honolulu, Hawaii. There was no fighting against the Germans, no camp guards.In addition to Obama, Stanley is related to six US presidents: James Madison, Harry S. The whole area was overrun by people from the camp dressed in the most pitiful rags, and most of them were in a bad state of starvation.
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Ralph Dunham was Stanley Dunham's older brother and Obama's great-uncle, he served in the U. Army as an assignment and personnel officer during World War II.
He landed at Normandy's Omaha Easy Red Beach on D-Day plus four, and moved with troops in the fighting through France, Italy and Germany.