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  Humperdink "Grandpa" Duck
  
Name:    Humperdink "Grandpa" Duck
Address:    He used to live at The Duck-farm at the country-side outside Duckburg, together with his family. Don Rosa says that it was Grandma Duck's family, the Coots, who owned the farm before that, so Humperdink must have come from elsewhere. Where he came from is however still unknown.
Born:    Since he was a father in 1875 he must have been born before 1860.
Died:    Unknown, but in The Sign Of The Triple Distelfink Don Rosa shows that he was still alive in the mid 1920s. It however seems that Grandma Duck is a widow by 1940.
First appearance:    1993 in Lo$ part X - The Invader of Fort Duckburg.
Created by:    Don Rosa
Father:    Unknown
Mother:    Unknown
Siblings:    Unknown
Spouse:    Elvira "Grandma Duck" Coot
Children:    Quackmore Duck (son)
Daphne Duck (daughter)
Eider Duck (son)
Other close relatives:    Gus Goose (grand nephew)
Occupation:    Farmer.
Member of:    Perhaps a farmers assoiation?
Drives:    Perhaps he was the first one to drive the old Detroit Electric, Grandma Duck later drives. In the Dutch version of Don Rosa's Duck Family Tree he is shown driving a tractor.

The name for Humperdink Duck in some other languages:

Language:     Name:
Danish: Andtonius "bedstefar" And
Dutch (in the Netherlands):   Wilhelmus Duck
Finnish: Hepsu Ankka
French: Joseph Duck
German: Hilmar Duck
Italian: Dabney Duck
Norwegian: Hilmar "bestefar" Duck
Portuguese: Tomás Reco (in Brazil).
Spanish (in Spain): Dabney Pato
Swedish: Elias "farfar" Anka
   Humperdink "Grandpa" Duck

Biography:

There is not much known about Humerdink Duck. He was born before 1860 and married latest in 1875 to Elvira Coot, daughter of Clinton Coot, and granddaughter of Cornelius Coot the founder of Duckburg. The farm they took over belonged to her family so he must have come from elsewhere. He is shown alive in the mid 1920s, but seems to be dead before 1940. When it comes to his origin Don Rosa says that the Duck family came from the British Isles, probably England.


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