RELATIONSHIP CHART

This cousin chart is courtesy of Ann Bolton
Find yourself in relation to the common ancestor across the top of the chart and your distant cousin in relation to the common ancestor down the side.
Your exact cousinship is at the intersection of these lines/columns.
(Just like a mileage chart.)

1 2 3 4 5 6
COMMON
ANCESTOR
SON-
DAU.
GRAND
SON
GREAT
GRAND
SON
G-G
GRAND
SON
G-G-G
GRAND
SON
4G
GRAND
SON
1 SON-
DAU.
SIB-
LING
NEPHEW
NIECE
GRAND
NEPHEW
GREAT
GRAND-
NEPHEW
G-G
GRAND-
NEPHEW
G-G-G
GRAND-
NEPHEW
2 GRAND-
SON
NEPHEW
NIECE
1ST
COUSIN
1ST
COUSIN
1 REM
1ST
COUSIN
2 REM
1ST
COUSIN
3 REM
1ST
COUSIN
4 REM
3 GREAT
GRAND-
SON
GRAND-
NEPHEW
1ST
COUSIN
1 REM
2ND
COUSIN
2ND
COUSIN
1 REM
2ND
COUSIN
2 REM
2ND
COUSIN
3 REM
4 G-G
GRAND-
SON
GREAT
GRAND-
NEPHEW
1ST
COUSIN
2 REM
2ND
COUSIN
1 REM
3RD
COUSIN
3RD
COUSIN
1 REM
3RD
COUSIN
2 REM
5 G-G-G
GRAND-
SON
G-G
GRAND-
NEPHEW
1ST
COUSIN
3 REM
2ND
COUSIN
2 REM
3RD
COUSIN
1 REM
4TH
COUSIN
4TH
COUSIN
1 REM
6 4G
GRAND-
SON
G-G-G
GRAND-
NEPHEW
1ST
COUSIN
4 REM
2ND
COUSIN
3 REM
3RD
COUSIN
2 REM
4TH
COUSIN
1 REM
5TH
COUSIN

Sheila Brannon


© 1997 Sheila Farrell Brannon

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