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Genealogy relationship chart
Ever wondered how to describe the precise relationship between, for example, yourself and your cousin's children - you can with this chart.
To use - select which ancestor the two people have in common. Look at the top row and find the relationship of the first person to the common ancestor. Then look at the left hand column and find the second person's relationship to the common ancestor. The cell where the row and column cross contains the genealoical relationship between the two people.
A similar table extending to ten generations can be found in the Summer 2009 issue of 'Tree Tappers' published by the Malvern Family History Society
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Last updated 2nd November 2018