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Have you ever wonder how you are related to someone in the family?  Here is a quick way to  determine the relationship. 

  1. Identify the common ancestor of the two people. (the first individual where the two family lines meet)

  2. Identify for the first individual the relation to the common ancestor in the First Indiv. Box

  3. Identify for the second individual the relation to the common ancestor in the Second Indiv. Box

  4. Click Calculate Relationship.  The resulting relationship will be displayed in the Relationship Box

Relationship Calculator

First Indiv.
Second Indiv.
 Relationship: 

 

 

For those who have JavaScripting turn off you can view the below chart for the same info.

Use this chart to determine the relationships between any two people in a family.

  1. Identify the common ancestor of the two people.  Locate the box in the upper left corner for the common ancestor.
  2. Across the top row of the chart, find the relationship of one of the two people to their common ancestor.
  3. Down the left column of the chart, find the relationship of the second person to their common ancestor.
  4. Read down the column of the first person and across the chart on the row of the second person.  Where the two rows intersect is the box which identifies their relationship.
Common Ancestor Son/Dau. Grand-Child (1)Great Grand-Child (2)GG Grand-Child (3)GGG Grand-Child (4)GGGG Grand-Child (5)GGGGG Grand-Child (6)GGGGGG Grand-Child (7)GGGGGGGG Grand-Child
Son/Dau. Bro/Sis Nephew/Niece Grand Nephew/Niece Great Grand Nephew/Niece (2)GG Grand- Nephew/Niece (3)GGG Grand- Nephew/Niece (4)GGGG Grand- Nephew/Niece (5)GGGGG Grand- Nephew/Niece (6)GGGGGG Grand- Nephew/Niece
Grand-Child Nephew/Niece 1st Cousin 1st Cousin once removed 1st Cousin twice removed 1st Cousin three times removed 1st Cousin four times removed 1st Cousin five times removed 1st Cousin six times removed 1st Cousin seven times removed
(1)Great Grand-Child Grand Nephew/Niece 1st Cousin once removed 2nd Cousin 2nd Cousin once removed 2nd Cousin twice removed 2nd Cousin three times removed 2nd Cousin four times removed 2nd Cousin five times removed 2nd Cousin six times removed
(2)GG Grand-Child Great Grand Nephew/Niece 1st Cousin twice removed 2nd Cousin once removed 3rd Cousin 3rd Cousin once removed 3rd Cousin twice removed 3rd Cousin three times removed 3rd Cousin four times removed 3rd Cousin five times removed
(3)GGG Grand-Child (2)GG Grand- Nephew/Niece 1st Cousin three times removed 2nd Cousin twice removed 3rd Cousin once removed 4th Cousin 4th Cousin once removed 4th Cousin twice removed 4th Cousin three times removed 4th Cousin four times removed
(4)GGGG Grand-Child (3)GGG Grand- Nephew/Niece 1st Cousin four times removed 2nd Cousin three times removed 3rd Cousin twice removed 4th Cousin once removed 5th Cousin 5th  Cousin once removed 5th  Cousin twice removed 5th  Cousin three times removed
(5)GGGGG Grand-Child (4)GGGG Grand- Nephew/Niece 1st Cousin five times removed 2nd Cousin four times removed 3rd Cousin three times removed 4th Cousin twice removed 5th  Cousin once removed 6th Cousin 6th  Cousin once removed 6th Cousin twice removed
(6)GGGGGG Grand-Child (5)GGGGG Grand- Nephew/Niece 1st Cousin six times removed 2nd Cousin five times removed 3rd Cousin four times removed 4th Cousin three times removed 5th  Cousin twice removed 6th  Cousin once removed 7th Cousin 7th   Cousin once removed
(7)GGGGGGGG Grand-Child (6)GGGGGG Grand Nephew/Niece 1st Cousin seven times removed 2nd Cousin six times removed 3rd Cousin five times removed 4th Cousin four times removed 5th  Cousin three times removed 6th Cousin twice removed 7th  Cousin once removed 8th Cousin

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