What relation are you if you share a great great great grandparent?
If you share a great great great grandparent and not closer ancestor, you are fourth (5th) cousins.
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A great great grandchild and a great great nephew of the same person are third cousins, once removed.
Certainly. And in most states you can get married if you have the same grandparents.
I would recommend ancestry.com. They have really amazing records. There is a membership fee, but I'm pretty sure they have a seven day trial that you could use.
You might think you just multiply everything by 2: 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 but you would be wrong. If you… went back like this, the population required 50 generations ago would be over a million billions! The current world population is less than seven billion. The crucial factor is inter-breeding, of course. In the extreme case of incest between a brother and a sister (if you will forgive the purely mathematical consideration), any offspring would have only two grandparents. In the rather more common case of first cousins breeding, there will be only six great grandparents to the offspring (each cousin having one pair of grand parents in common and one pair unique, who become great grandparents to their offspring). The further back you go, the more likely, and also the more complex, are the effects of this inter breeding. Remember, communities tended to be much more geographically restricted in the past. So, the quick answer is....well, it depends on the mobility of the ancestors, but 30 as an average, perhaps? A pure guess, I'm afraid, but certainly less than the 64 predicted above. ( Full Answer )
Your great great great great grandfathers son is your great great great grandfather, or your first cousin five times removed.
If your great grandmother's husband is your great grand father, as is usually the case, then his great great nephew is your third cousin, and his great great great great great nephew is your third cousins, thrice (3 times) removed. If your great grandmother's husband is not your great grandfather, …then you are not related to any of his nephews. ( Full Answer )
Two people who share the same great great grandparents are third cousins. To find a cousin relationship, find the common ancestor. If common ancestor is grandparents, they are 1st cousins. If common ancestor is great-grandparents, they are 2nd cousins. If common ancestor is great-great-gran…dparents, they are 3rd cousins. ( Full Answer )
Ask your parents, older sibling, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Document their answers and begin to build a Family Tree. If living people you speak to cannot tell you who your great grandparents were, get as much information as you can and then begin checking other reference sources. These can include …Voters Registration records, Census records, City Directories, Court and land records, and even old newspapers.. Join a local genealogy club to meet people doing the same thing, but who have been at it longer and can offer guidance and advice. ( Full Answer )
If you believe in the Torah, then you would believe that Adam and Eve are ancestors of all people now living. However, they cannot be the great great great grandparents of anyone now living because that term refers to a couple five generations before you in your ancestry. Even the oldest person now …living can't have great great great grandparents who lived before the year 1700 CE, and Adam and Eve died over 4750 years ago. They're more like your (great) x (1000) grandparents. At least! ( Full Answer )
"Great grandparents" in Spanish is "bisabuelos". It is pronounced "beese-ah-BWAY-los". Please see this site for confirmation of the translation: http://www.answers.com/library/Translations
The same reason we know today... (because its counting how long crists birth was from now)
If there have been no marriages between cousins, a person will have: 4 grandparents 8 g-grandparents 16 gg-grandparents 32 ggg-granparents 64 gggg-grandparents 128 ggggg-grandparents
Probably because of the abundance of relatives; there was a great increase in the population, which is why the Famine hurt Ireland so badly. Back then, many women had children young.. The mathematics of it:. If #1 gives birth to #2 when she is fourteen, and # 2 gives birth to #3 when she is fourte…en as well, #1 is a grandmother at the age of twenty-eight.. If #3 gives birth at 14, #1 is a great-grandmother at the age of 42.. If #4 gives birth at 14, #1 is now a great-great grandmother at the age of 56.. If #5 gives birth at 14, #1 i a great-great-great grandmother at the age of 70.. And if #6 gives birth at 14, #1 is a great-great-great-great grandmother at the age of 84, if she lives that long.. This is assuming that the children are all girls. Even if they were males, the boys would likely have married young and their wives produced children/ ( Full Answer )
One of the children of your great great great great grandmother is your great great great grandmother or your great great great grandfather. The others are your great great great great aunts and great great great great uncles.
First ask your parents, aunts and uncles, and your cousins. . Then look in the archives serving the area where they lives to find records of the deaths, marriages and births. This and other information may also be available on-line, usually through services that charge a fee to defray the cost of d…igitizing the information. ( Full Answer )
Your great great great great grandfather's brother is your great great great great great uncle.
Your great aunt is not your great grandparent but she could be a great grandparent if she has children , grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Great grandparents are called "arriÃ¨re-grands parents" in French. (great grandfather: arriÃ¨re grand-pÃ¨re, great grandmother: arriÃ¨re grand-mÃ¨re)
If you and somebody else share a great great great great great great grandmother how are you related to each other?
If you share a 6-great grandmother with someone, but no closer relative, then you and that person are seventh cousins.
First cousins are relatives who have the same grandparent.. Second cousins are relatives who have the same great grandparent. Third cousins are relatives who share the same great great grandparent.. If you and a relative have great grandparents who were brother and sister, then you share a great …great grandparent, and are third cousins. ( Full Answer )
If your Uncle is one of your parents siblings then his Great Grandparents are your great-great grandparents.
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.
In you and another person have the same great great great great grandfather, and no other closer common relative, then you are 5th cousins.
Your aunt's great great great grandson is fourth cousin to one of your parents and therefore your fourth cousin, once removed.
The sister of your great great great great grandfather is your great great great great great aunt. Her great great grandchild is the fourth cousin of your grandparent and your fourth cousin, twice removed.
On Charlemagne's paternal side are: His grandfather: Charles Martel, "The Hammerer", Mayor of thePalace of Austrasia His grandmother: Rotrou de Treves de Thurgovia, Duchess of Treves On his maternal side are: His grandfather: Claribert Hardrad I, Count of Laon His grandmother: Bertrada de Koln, C…ountess of Laon, Ancienn dePruem ( Full Answer )
To find out about your great grandparents, begin by asking your parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles about them.
Your great great grandfather's great great great grandson could be: . your son . your nephew . your first cousin, once removed . your first cousins, twice removed . your first cousin, three times removed . your second cousin, twice removed . your second cousin, three times removed . your th…ird cousin, three times removed . your fourth cousin, four times removed and more. ( Full Answer )
If you and your cousin share a great-grandparent what cousin number are they and how many generations apart?
Based on the information given, you and your cousin are second cousins of the same generation. Please look at the related links for a better explanation.
Yes. All the time. And there are also great great great grandparents and even great great great great grandparents still living. These distant relatives are most often found in our nation's cities. Consider the District of Columbia (Washington DC) where the median age for first conceiving children… is 13. The newborn's mother is 14 at birth and this mother was born to a woman (the grandmother) who was 14 back when. Thus the newborn's grandmother is 28. Extrapolating we see that the greatgrandmother may be 42 years old, the great great grandmother (your question) is only 56 years old, the great great great grandmother could be 70 years old, and the great great great great grandmother is still alive at 84. But even if you have in mind that the youngest authenticated grandmother was a only 17 years old teenager from Nigeria - fortunately this is a oddity! The youngest living great-great-great grandmother was 88 years. Her family averaged 17.6 years per generation. The youngest woman to become great-great-great-great grandmother was 109 so these seems to be the "greatest level" of grandmotherhood someone actually has achieved in life. ( Full Answer )
Your great grandparents are the parents of your grandparents. A more specific answer is not possible without identifying the person whose great grandparents are to be identified.
How are you related to your great great great great great great great grandmother's great great nephew?
Your great great great great great great great grandmother's great great nephew is your third cousin, six times removed.
If your great great grandparents immigrated from Nicaragua (or anywhere else) in 1945 and were traveling with adolescent children, or prehaps even with their grandchildren, then there would be enough time beetween then and now for you to be born and grow to an age where you could ask such a question…. ( Full Answer )
Giacomo Puccini (January 26, 1712 - May 16, 1781) and Angela Maria Piccinini (b. 1715?) were the paternal great-great-grandparents of Italian composer Giacomo Puccini (December 22, 1858 - November 29, 1924). Specifically, Giacomo Puccini the Elder was born in Celle Ligure and died in Lucca, th…e hometown of his famous great-great-grandson. His marriage took place in his hometown in 1742. Like his son and famous great-great-grandson and unlike his grandson and great-grandson, Giacomo Puccini the Elder lived a long life. ( Full Answer )
Antonio Puccini (December 15, 1682 - December 25, 1716) and Maria Isabella Giusti (b. 1685?) were the paternal great-great-great-grandparents of Italian composer Giacomo Puccini (December 22, 1858 - November 29, 1924). Specifically, Antonio Puccini lived and died in the northwestern Italian to…wn of Celle Ligure. It was in his hometown that his marriage took place on April 20, 1711. Unlike his son, grandson and great-great-great-grandson, Antonio Puccini did not live a long life. ( Full Answer )
Your great great great great grandfather's grandson could be: . your great great grand father, or . your first cousin four times removed
Your great great grandfather's great great nephew is your parent's third cousin and your third cousin once removed.
Salmon was his great great grandfather. And Rahab was his great great grandmother. It says that in Matthew 1:5-6. The geneolagy of Jesus Christ. Matthew 1:1-something.
You might possibly be able to find the names of your great grandparents on internet services such as Ancestry.com More likely you can find them by: . Asking your parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, or older cousins . finding the birth records of your grandparents . finding their immigra…tion records . finding the military records of your great grandfathers . finding the will of some of them . finding the grave stones ( Full Answer )
What is the relation between you and the other person your great grandparent is the other persons great great great grandparent?
If your great grandparent is another person's great great great grandparent, the other person could be related to you in one of several different ways. That person could be your: . grandchild . great niece or great nephew . first cousin, twice removed . second cousin, twice removed
How are you related to your great great great great great grandfather's great great great great great grandson?
The great great great great great grandson of your of your great great great great great grandfather could be: . yourself (if you are a boy) . your brother . your first cousin . your second cousin . your third cousin . your fourth cousin . your fifth cousin . your sixth cousin . your first …cousin, one to six times removed . your second cousin, one to five times removed . your third cousin, one to four times removed . you fourth cousin, one to three times removed . your fifth cousin, one or two times removed ( Full Answer )
What do you call two people who share all 8 great grandparents but don't share any parents or grandparents?
I don't know what it is called, but it is possible. There are eight great-parents, A and B, C and D, E and F and finally G and H. Each couple has 2 children each, A and B have I and J, C and D have K and L, E and F have M and N and G and H have O and P. Now I and K have a child Q, J and L have a chi…ld R, M and O have a child called S and N and P have a child called T. Now Q and R are double first cousins to eachother and S and T are also double first cousins. Now if Q and S have a child U, and R and T have a child V. Now U and V share all eight great parents, but no grandparents or parents. U's parents are Q and S, grandparents are I and K and M and O. V's Parents are R and T, grandparents are Jand L and N and P. A,B,C,D,E,F,G and H are greatgrandparents to all of them. ( Full Answer )
Children of sisters are first cousins. Grandchildren of sisters are second cousins. Great grandshildren of sisters are third cousins.
Two people who have the same great great great grandparents can be: . siblings . first cousins . first cousins, once, twice, or three times removed . second cousins . second cousins, once or twice removed . third cousins . third cousins, once removed
Your great great great great grandfather's great great great nephew is your fourth cousin, twice removed.
Except for those who have marriages between cousins in their family background, everyone has 8 sets of great great grandparents, for a total of 16 people. (Each generation back doubles the number of ancestors; 1 self, 2 parents, 4 grandparents, 8 great grandparents, so 16 great great grandparents.)
The great grandparents of King David were Boaz and Ruth. These are the same Boaz and Ruth that are the main characters in the Book of Ruth.
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Ariana Grande has never mentioned where her her great greatgrandparents are from in Italy to the public.
Your great great great great grandfather's son is either: . your great great great grandfather, or . your great great great great uncle