They would be your great-great-grand uncle/aunt and you would be their great-great-grand niece/nephew.
Third cousins have the same great grandparents. Meaning that their grandparents are siblings. The grandparents have children of their own and their children have children.
If your Uncle is one of your parents siblings then his Great Grandparents are your great-great grandparents.
Two people whose great grandparents were siblings are third cousins to each other. The children of siblings are first cousins. The grandchildren of siblings are second cousins to each other. The great grand children of siblings are third cousins to each other.
You and your 4th cousin's have the same great great great grandparents. Perhaps a more precise way to describe your connection to your fourth cousin is that you have great great grandparents who were siblings
If two people have grandparents who were siblings, then their parents are first cousins and they are second cousins.People whose grandparents are siblings are second cousins.
Two people who have the same great grandparents but have no closer relationship are second cousins. Their parents are first cousins and their grandparents are siblings.
You may be related to your second cousin's cousin, or you may not. It depends on the specifics of how the two cousins are related.You are related to your second cousin through one couple who are both your great grandparents and your second cousin's great grandparents. All of that couple's great grandchildren are your second cousins, your first cousins or your siblings.But, unless there are cousin marriages in your recent ancestry, you and your second cousin, and most other people, have four couples who are your great grandparents. Your second cousin has three other sets of great grandparents who are notrelated to you. Any of their great grandchildren are your second cousin's second cousins or first cousins - and they are not related to you at all.
Grandparents are not "removed". Grandparents are in your direct line and with each generation going back you add a "great". See related link.Grandparents are not "removed". Grandparents are in your direct line and with each generation going back you add a "great". See related link.Grandparents are not "removed". Grandparents are in your direct line and with each generation going back you add a "great". See related link.Grandparents are not "removed". Grandparents are in your direct line and with each generation going back you add a "great". See related link.
If you have the same great great grandparents as someone else, and have no closer common ancestors, then your great grandparents were siblings and you are third cousins to each other.
If two people have the same great grandparents, they are either siblings, or they are second cousins.
Two people with the same great-grandparents are second cousins
Father: Zeus Mother: Semele Siblings: No full siblings Half-Siblings: Athena, Apollo, Artemis, Hermes, Hephaustus, etc. Aunts: Hestia, Demeter, Hera Uncles: Poseidon, Hades Grandparents: Cronus and Rhea Great-Grandparents: Gaea and Uranus That's just the immediate family, but I hope it helps!
There are 1024 direct ancestors in 10 generations, excluding the siblings of each generation and including only parents, grandparents, great grandparents ect. 1 Self 2 Parents 4 Grandparents 8 Great grandparents 16 Great grandparents 1 removed 32 Great grandparents 2 removed 64 Great grandparents 3 removed 128 Great grandparents 4 removed 256 Great grandparents 5 removed 512 Great grandparents 6 removed 1024 Great grandparents 7 removed Added together 2046 direct line ancestors over 10 generations removed from yourself and excluding their siblings. 1024 different families and surnames though some surnames may be repeated down the generations as cousins marry.
Two people who have the same great great great grandparents can be:siblingsfirst cousinsfirst cousins, once, twice, or three times removedsecond cousinssecond cousins, once or twice removedthird cousinsthird cousins, once removed
Some of your great grandpa's children are your grandparents. Their grandchildren are you, your siblings, and your cousins. Your great grandpa's other children are your grandparent's brothers and sisters (your great aunts and great uncles.) Their grandchildren are your first and second cousins.
Yes. The grandparents of one are the great-grandparents of the other.
The answer is 8 * 2 Parents * 4 Grandparents * 8 Great Grandparents * 16 Great Great Grandparents * 32 Great Great Great Grandparents * 64 Great Great Great Great Grandparents * 128 Great Great Great Great Great Grandparents * 256 Great Great Great Great Great Great Grandparents * 512 Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Grandparents * 1024 Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Grandparents
Maternal relatives are those people who are related to you through your mother's family. They include your mother's grandparents, parents and siblings, and the sibling's children (your cousins). Paternal relatives are those people who are related to you through your father's family. They include your father's grandparents, parents and siblings, and the siblings children (your cousins).
That would be third cousins. The grandparents would be first cousins, your parents would the second cousins.
You are both second cousins once removed. The common ancestors of you and of the your great grandmother's sister's daughter's son are one of your sixteen pairs of great great grandparents, who are also one of the eight pairs of his great grandparents. Children of your parents' siblings ar your first cousins; of your grandparents' siblings, are your second cousins; of your great grandparents' siblings are your third cousins. Your great grandmother's sister's daughter's son is a grandson of your great grandmother's sister, and he is the second cousin by birth of one of your parents. You are therefore at one further remove than he is from the common ancestors of you both, and therfore second cousin once removed. (Of course, I am considering only people who are not unrelated in other ways, which could complicate matters--there was a popular song in the middle of the last century which had the title of "I am my own grandpa'.
Your great uncle is the brother of one of your grandparents, so his mother is the mother of one of your grandparents. That makes her your great grandmother.Unless he is your great uncle because he married a sister of one of your grandparents. Then his mother is not related to you.Correction:Your great uncle is of the same generation as your great grandparents, therefore he is a sibling of one of your great grandparents. His mother would be your great great grandmother. That is, unless the second portion of the above reply applies (but he would have married a sister of one of your great granparents instead of your grandparents).
You ancestors are your parent, grandparents, great grandparents, great great grandparents, etc.
If he is your uncle by blood, his uncle is likely to be your great uncle. As to be an uncle it has to be a parents sibling. His parents would be your grandparents. So any of your grandparents siblings are typically called great uncles/aunts
They would be 3rd cousins.
Ephraim Bridger's great-grandparents.