What generation of cousins are we if his great grandma and my grandma are sisters?
Okay lets go in code. You are person Z and your relation is person Y.
Sisters A and B have children who are first cousins to each other (one of these is Person Zs mum).
These first cousins have children who are second cousins to each other. One of these second cousins is Person Z. The other cousin has a child. This child is Person Y.
Person Y and Person Z are second cousins once removed (the once removed shows that there is new blood so to speak in the family).
If person Z (you) were to have children, they would be th
ird cousins with person Y.
Does that make sense?
If your friend's great grandmother was the sister of your great grandfather, then you are third cousins. The children of siblings (brothers and sisters) are first cousins. The grandchildren of siblings are second cousins. The great grandchildren of siblings are third cousins.
Second cousins once removed.
Children of sisters are first cousins. Grandchildren of sisters are second cousins. Great grandshildren of sisters are third cousins.
Your child and your sister's child share a common grandparent and are first cousins. Your grandchild and your sister's grandchild share a common great grandparent and are second cousins. There is a generation out of synch, so they would be second cousins once removed.
If your great grandmothers were sisters, then you are third cousins.
If two people have great grandmothers who were sisters, the two people are third cousins.
Your First cousins are the children of your parents' brothers and sisters. Your Second cousins are the grand children of your grandparents' brothers and sisters. Your Third cousins are the great grandchildren of your great grandparent's brothers and sisters. Your First cousins, once removed, are the children of your first cousins. Your First cousins, twice removed, are the grandchildren of your first cousins. Your Second cousins, once removed, are the children of your second cousins… Read More
That person would be either me or my sister...if the cousin of me great uncle was my great grandfather. If the cousin was another of my great uncles, then the person would be my cousin. Example 1: My dad has a brother who is my uncle. That uncle has a father who is my great uncle. If his father or mother had sisters or brothers who had kids, these kids would be cousins to this… Read More
5th cousin was the answer first given. This describes the relationship for four generations descended from the first cousins. Therefore it is incorrect. The following explains. The first cousins children, your grandparent's generation, would be second cousins. The second cousin's children, your parent's generation, would be third cousins. Since you are a great-grandchild and you are referring to the great-grandchild of a 1st cousin, you are both of the same generation, the next generation in… Read More
The great grandchildren of your great grandmother are: you your bothers and sisters some of your first cousins some of your second cousins
If your great great grandmothers were sisters, your common ancestors are your great great great grandparents. That makes you 4th cousins.
Your great grand unlce's great grandniece could be you (if you are a girl), any of your sisters, or some of your first cousins or second cousins or third cousins who are girls.
You would be third cousins.
Yes. You are second cousins.
Two people who have the same great great grandmother may be: siblings (brothers or sisters) first cousins second cousins third cousins
Third cousins once removed.
Your great aunt's grandchildren are your second cousins because you share a great grandparent. Your great aunt's great grandchildren are your second cousins, once removed, because you share the same common ancestor but are one generation differently removed from that ancestor. You are the third generation from that common ancestor, while they are the fourth generation.
If your great aunt is related to you on your mother's side, then her nieces are your mother, your mother's sisters (you aunts), and your mother's female first cousins (your first cousins, once removed). If your great aunt is related to you on your father's side, then her nieces are your father's sisters (your aunts) and female first cousins (your first cousins, once removed).
The common ancestor is your parents. Your children and your sister's children are first cousins. Your grandchildren and your sister's grandchildren are second cousins. Your great-grandchildren and your sister's great-grandchildren are third cousins.
Some of your great grandmother's great grandchildren are your second cousins. Some may be your first cousins and some could be your siblings. If they are descended from your great grandmother but not from your grandparent, they are second cousins. If they are descended from your great grandmother and your grand parent, but not from your parent, they are your first cousins. If they are descended from your great grandmother, your grandparent, and from your… Read More
If the great aunt of person A and the grandmother of person B are sisters, then the A and B are either siblings themselves, or they are first cousins or second cousins to each other.
# Siblings (brothers and sisters) share one or both parents. # Cousins share grandparents (but not parents). Example: children of my aunts and uncles. # Second cousins share great grandparents (but not grandparents). Example: grandchildren of my grandparents' brothers and sisters. If there is difference of one generation once speaks of a cousin 'once removed. In many modern Western societies relationship beyond second cousins is generally regarded as remote.
Two people whose great grandmothers were sisters are third cousins to each other.
You and your great aunt's grandson are second cousins. Your great aunt was the sibling of one of your grand parents, so your parent and your great aunt's child were first cousins. You and the grandson are members of the next generation and therefore second cousins.
You are second cousins once removed.
Second cousins once removed. They would be your mother/father's second cousins.
If grandma and granddad were second cousins what relationship are your children to grandma and granddad?
If you are referring to YOUR grandmother and grandfather then your children are their great grandchildren. If you are referring to your parents, then your children are their grandchildren. The primary kinship dominates.
They are first cousins twice removed.
I think they would be 3rd cousins
Your great great grandmother's sister is your great great aunt. Your and her daughter's common ancestors are your great great great grandparents. The daughter and your great grandmother are first cousins. You and the daughter are first cousins, three times 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.
The relationship of two individuals who are related by their great grandmothers beings sisters are third cousins. Depending on the state, it is said that some third cousins are thought to be so removed, that they are actually able to be legally married.
The parent of the great niece and your son would be first cousins. There is a difference on one generation between the two. That would make them first cousins once removed.
Your aunt's son is your first cousin, once removed. Your great aunt's son and one of your parents are first cousins. You are one generation removed from them so you and your great aunt's son are first cousins, once removed.
You are second cousins, once removed, to each other.
He is your second cousin once removed. His children are your third cousins.
Not necessarily. First cousins have grandparents in common, where second cousins have great-grandparents in common. Your cousin will have cousins who are also your cousins (first, second, removed of various degrees, etc) but will also have cousin who are not related to you. Another way to think of it is that first cousins are the children of siblings while second cousins are grandchildren of siblings. Your parent's children are first cousins of the children of… Read More
What cousins would you be if your grandmother and his grandmother are second cousins. Please explain in detail?
Two people are second cousins to each other if their grandparents are siblings (bothers of sisters). Since your grandmother and his grandmother are second cousins, you and he each have a great great grandparent who were siblings, and that means that you both have a great great great grandparent in common. You can start counting generations from that common ancestor and determine that you and he are fourth cousins. The easy way to figure your… Read More
You prove that two people are second cousins by showing that they are descended from the same great grandparent, and that they have no common ancestor in a younger generation than that.
To understand "once removed" you need to understand some other terms that describe family relationships. Siblings - children of the same parents, your brothers and sisters are your siblings. Aunts, Uncles - the siblings of your parents. Great Aunts, Great Uncles - the siblings of your Grandparents. First Cousins - the people who share a grandparent with you. but are not your siblings. They are the children of your aunts and uncles. Second Cousins… Read More
generation counting is the same everywhere. Grandma dad me is three generations, great-grandpa grandma mom me is four generations, grandpa mom me my baby is four generations. Generation counting does not have to be all one gender.
First Cousin Once removed. Explaination from http://www.genealogy.com/16_cousn.html. ; ; Cousin (a.k.a "first cousin") : Your first cousins are the people in your family who have two of the same grandparents as you. In other words, they are the children of your aunts and uncles. ; Second Cousin : Your second cousins are the people in your family who have the same great-grandparents as you., but not the same grandparents. ; Third, Fourth, and Fifth… Read More
yes by the blood of the mccoys the taylors are the cousins to the great grandma mccoy. so yes the mccoys is related Luther Taylor
What is the relationship between 2 people when they share the same great grandparent and grandparent?
They could be brothers and sisters or the could be cousins
I found out that my boyfriends great grandma was a twin and it skips a generation and I am pregnant now and it is possible that I have twins because his sperm can cause the egg to split fingers crossed :)
How are two people related when your grandfather's sister is the great grandmother of another person?
Your parent and your grandfather's sister's child are first cousins. You and your grandfather's sister's grandchild are second cousins. There is a generation out of synch, so they would be second cousins once removed.
Your children and your brothers children are first cousins. Your grand children and your brothers grand children are second cousins. There is a difference on one generation between the two. That would make them second cousins once removed.
Did Thomas son of Pocahantus have any children And if so are there any desendants of Thomas alive today?
Yes, according to Wikipedia under the entry 'Pocahontas.' Several renowned personalities claim ancestry to her, as you can discover in this section... My dad, his siblings and cousins are 13th generation great grandchildren, my sisters, siblings and cousins are 14th and my daughter and her cousins, 15th. My dad had an aunt named Pocahontas, who went by the name of Pokie. I remember her always staying at the Pontchartrain Hotel in New Orleans when visiting.