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Cousin kinship chart - How am I related to someone?

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Find out how you are related to people in your family tree with this cousin tree, which shows cousins, first cousins once removed and more...

Most of us are familiar with the first steps in a family tree, for example that the parents of our own parents are our grandparents, and the children of our brothers and sisters are our nieces and nephews. But what about other relationships? For example, how are you related to your great uncle's children? And what is a second cousin once removed?

These family history questions and many more can be explored in this chart, which allows you to easily explore the different degrees of kinship, using yourself as the starting point.

For more on family relationships, try our Relationship Calculator.

(chart courtesy of Dimario, Creative Commons Licence)

 

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