Families with three generations (or more) in Sonoma County

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In the spendy Bay Area, it's becoming less and less common for families to all live in the same county as adults.

Despite this, we were interested in those local families who have managed to stick together through generations.

We asked readers to share their family stories with us and plenty were happy to share.

All the families who sent in photos were entered into a sweepstakes for $250 in gift certificates to any store at Montgomery Village. The Conner family, with four generations living in Sonoma County, was picked as the winner.

Click through the gallery above to see the Conners and other inspiring families who have called Sonoma County home for generations.

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