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In the News (Fri 24 May 19)

  
  Genealogy.com: What is a First Cousin, Twice Removed?
Your first cousins are the people in your family who have two of the same grandparents as you.
Your second cousins are the people in your family who have the same great-grandparents as you., but not the same grandparents.
This is because your mother's first cousin is one generation younger than your grandparents and you are two generations younger than your grandparents.
www.genealogy.com /16_cousn.html   (551 words)

  
  Cousin chart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cousin chart is the common name for a Table of Consanguinity.
The term cousin commonly refers to the child of one's aunt or uncle (i.e.
They would already automatically be first cousins due to the fact that they are children of one of their parent's siblings, but in this case the children of their mother's sibling, are also the children of their father's sibling, and thus they are double first cousins.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cousin   (2030 words)

  
 Brenda's Legacy - Kinship Chart   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Your second cousins are the people in your family who have the same great-grandparents as you, but not the same grandparents.
You and your first cousins are in the same generation (two generations younger than your grandparents), so the word "removed" is not used to describe your relationship.
Cross cousins are the children of a brother and a sister.
www.bfhawkins.com /Pages/KinshipChart.htm   (475 words)

  
 First cousin - Once Removed
The term cousin is often used more specifically, to refer to a first cousin, the child of one's aunt or uncle.
A cousin chart, or table of consanguinity, is a chart that identifies cousin relationships using a most recent common ancestor as a reference points.
In principle, any two individuals with a common ancestor have a cousin relationship except if one of the individuals' parents is a common ancestor, in which case a different set of terminology mother, niece, uncle, brother and so on is used.
www.its3news.net /family/first-cousin.htm   (276 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Cousin
A cousin in English kinship terminology is a relative with whom one shares a common grandparent or more distant ancestor, and who is not in one's own line of descent.
A cousin chart, or table of consanguinity, is helpful in identifying the degree of cousin relationship between two individuals using their most recent common ancestor as the reference point.
These cousins are biologically connected to both the maternal and paternal family trees and that cousinship is termed a double cousin.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/First_degree_relative   (2276 words)

  
 How to tell how your related to others
Double first cousins If a pair of brothers marries a pair of sisters, their kids are not only first cousins, they're double first cousins: They have both sets of grandparents in common.
Second cousins You and the children of your parents' cousins are second cousins and share at least one great-grandparent.
Third cousins You and the children of your parents' second cousins are third cousins and share at least one great-great-grandparent.
www.angelfire.com /co3/Skaggs/cuz.html   (570 words)

  
 Cousins - What are they?
It is simple, your cousin is the son or daughter of an uncle or aunt.
Then of course the children of your mother's sister or your father's brother are ortho-cousins (parallel cousins) or the children of your mother's brother or father's sister are cross-cousins.
Your second cousins are the people in your family who have the same great-grandparents as you., but not the same grandparents.
www.ourancestry.com /cousins.html   (539 words)

  
 Cousin Couples - Support for kissing cousins
Some people are fixated on the fallacy that cousin couples pose an intolerable risk to their offspring.
Before civil laws banning cousin marriages, it was preferable to marry a cousin in some communities as it is to this day in many countries.
The National Society of Genetic Counselors estimated the increased risk for first cousins is between 1.7 to 2.8 percent, or about the same a any woman over 40 years of age.
www.cousincouples.com /?page=facts   (506 words)

  
 Cousins
Everyone on the same level is the same degree of cousin and is in the same generation.
Everyone in the E level - the third cousins row - is in the fifth generation from Mr.
Your grandfather's "Nth" cousin is your "Nth" cousin twice removed.
www.tedpack.org /cousins.html   (615 words)

  
 Kinship Chart
Your second cousins are the people in your family who have the same great-grandparents as you, but not the same grandparents.
You and your first cousins are in the same generation (two generations younger than your grandparents), so the word "removed" is not used to describe your relationship.
This is because your mother's first cousin is one generation younger than your grandparents and you are two generations younger than your grandparents.
www.fuldaohio.com /kinship_chart.htm   (482 words)

  
 Research Aids: Understanding Cousin Relationships. Tarver-Gen: Tarver Family Genealogy & Allied Families
Your first cousins are the people in your family who have two of the same grandparents as you -- the children of your aunts and uncles.
Your mother's first cousin is one generation younger than your grandparents and you are two generations younger than the same grandparents.
Just to confuse matters, a first cousin once removed is a term that could describe either the child of your first cousin (in the descendancy) or the child of your great-aunt (in the ascendancy).
www.tarver-genealogy.net /aids/cousins.html   (656 words)

  
 Cousins by the dozen   (Site not responding. Last check: )
At this point, it is tempting to say the children are cousins and to leave it at that.
Use the chart again and figure out what is your relationship to your second cousin's mother.
Your mother and the cousin's mother are first cousins, and you are removed [one generation down] from their relationship.
www.oregonvos.net /~clenzen/cousincolumn.html   (306 words)

  
 Family Genealogy Record / Cousins Organizational Chart
The family genealogy record is used as a cousin's chart or organizational chart, which is written in calligraphy and is made exactly the way you design it.
When you place your order for the blank fan chart, mention in the note box that you are making a cousins chart.
If you don't have a word processor then take all the family names that you want on your cousin's chart from your genealogical tree, and handwrite them on a sheet of paper then cut those names out.
thetreemaker.com /samples/cousins-chart/family-genealogy-record.html   (963 words)

  
 Cousin Couples - Support for kissing cousins
Unless one studies geneology, anyone more distantly related than an actual first cousin may be referred to as a second or third cousin, with no regard to the generations removed.
For example, your first cousin's child would be one generation removed from your first cousin, known as your first cousin once removed.
You have only to look on the chart and intersect line 4 with column 6 to discover that the answer to the riddle is that the "great grandmother's uncle's grandson" is the asker's second cousin once removed.
www.cousincouples.com /?page=relation   (577 words)

  
 Kissin' Cousins
Aunts or uncles and cousins will have a set of numbers that are different from yours, because they are a sibling or descended from a sibling of your parent, grandparent, great-grandparent, etc. Use the charts below to determine the relationship.
Moving up the chart, I can see that her mother is my second cousin once removed; her grandfather is my second cousin; her great-grandmother is my first cousin once removed (my father's cousin); and her G-G-grandfather is my great uncle (my father's uncle).
Cousins in different generations are "removed" by the number of generations that separate them.
homepage.mac.com /macdonnelly/FamilyTree/cousins.html   (422 words)

  
 Cousins Chart as a Family Group Record / Family Genealogy Record
This chart was designed by a customer to fit their genealogy records, and took it to their family reunion.
Our cousin charts are very popular, and can go back as far as 4 or 5 generations, and will use the same elegant calligraphy and design shown on the charts displayed on other pages of our web site.
Each of these charts was designed for the customers own family, and you may have to design something completely different to accommodate your own family genealogy.
www.thetreemaker.com /samples/cousins-chart.html   (1831 words)

  
 Cousin Chart
Below is a chart I have found very helpful, and hope you will also.
They are 1 generation apart, Jimmy and Susie are 1 cousins because they are in the same generation.
If you would like to download this chart it is available at the State Library of North Carolina.
freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com /~ilajean/cousinchart.htm   (342 words)

  
 Cyndi's List - Cousins & Kinship
They include two relationship calculators and two interactive relationship charts and a tool to determine the day of the week for any date and a list of relative definitions.
A kinship chart with the names in Latin and English translations.
A Javascript cousins calculator that provides the option to calculate or to display the cousins relationships in tabular form.
www.cyndislist.com /cousins.htm   (406 words)

  
 Ancestry.co.uk - Cousin Removal!
For example, Anne and Thomas are third cousins; Bruce and Theodore are third cousins; and Caroline and Oscar are third cousins.
In earlier times, the word cousin may indicate other relationships, occasionally even one that's not by "blood." Cousin can be a vague term, and one should not always assume that two individuals who are "cousins" shared one (or even two) grandparents.
If you can't spout off exactly where fifth cousins, twice removed connect, it's OK. Remember, it's better to be able to DOCUMENT the relationship than to be able to remember it off the top of your head.
www.ancestry.co.uk /learn/library/article.aspx?article=2856   (971 words)

  
 Comments on: Cousin Chart.
Problem is, I easily found a scenario that breaks the chart.
Say that I am "Ann" and my son is "John" - using the chart and fitting in our names we get: If one person [Ann's] parent is the other person [John's] grandparent, then they are Niece/Nephew or Aunt/Uncle.
I get it, but the chart is still hard to read.
www.neatorama.com /2006/08/25/cousin-chart/feed   (224 words)

  
 Cousin chart
Cousin chart is the common name for a Table of Consanguinity.
The term cousin commonly refers to the child of one's aunt or uncle (i.e.
They would already automatically be first cousins due to the fact that they are children of one of their parent's siblings, but in this case the children of their mother's sibling, are also the children of their father's sibling, and thus they are double first cousins.
www.dejavu.org /cgi-bin/get.cgi?ver=93&url=http://articles.gourt.com/%22http%3A%2F%2Farticles.gourt.com%2F%3Farticle%3DAunt   (1786 words)

  
 Cousins Explained
This chart attempts to explain the relationships that exist between cousins.
If you have only one common ancestor with your relative (perhaps this ancestor had multiple marriages), then the same chart applies but the relationships are half blood instead of full blood.
In general, the person in the first row is the ***** of the person in the first column where ***** stands for the appropriate table entry, eg.
www.obliquity.com /family/misc/cousin.html   (207 words)

  
 Legacy Family Tree Genealogy Software: Genelines Add-on
Pedigree Chart: A relationship chart showing an individual's ancestors for a chosen number of generations against the backdrop of a timeline.
Direct Line Chart: A relationship chart depicting a single family line between a chosen individual and direct descendant (or ancestor) against the backdrop of a timeline.
Family Group Chart: A relationship chart depicting the children, spouses and parents of a chosen individual against the backdrop of a timeline.
www.legacyfamilytree.com /GLAdd-On.asp   (414 words)

  
 Cousin Finder
The easiest manner to understand "removed" is to think in number of generations removed from a common ancestor.
Third cousins are each 4 generations from the common ancestor.
Your third cousin once-removed is 5 generations from the common ancestor while you are 4 generations from the common ancestor.
webpages.charter.net /pepbaker/cousfnd.htm   (139 words)

  
 Cousin Chart   (Site not responding. Last check: )
If you have a distant cousin who shares a common ancestor (no more than 5 generations back) here is where to find the answer.
The chart is easy to use, just fill in the text areas (the white boxes on the chart) with the names of your ancestors along the top.
Once the chart is filled in, follow the column and row of your selected individuals to where they intersect.
www.geocities.com /d_m_mcmahon/cousin.html   (196 words)

  
 Suchmaschine
A cousin chart, or table of consanguinity, is helpful in identifying the degree of cousin relationship between two individuals using their most recent common ancestor as the reference point.
These cousins are biologically connected to both the maternal and paternal family trees and that cousinship is termed a double cousin.
The children of the couples would already automatically be first cousins due to the fact that they are children of one of their parent's siblings, but in this case the children of their mother's sibling, are also the children of their father's sibling, and thus they are double first cousins.
www.dmoz.ch /lexikon.cgi?sprache=en&q=Cousin_chart   (1908 words)

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