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Cousin Charts

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meekhcs
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Cousin Charts

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https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/cousin-char

Click on the above and it should take you straight to the blog. Familysearch has issued a blog with charts and explanations of Family Relationships regarding 1st, 2nd, 3rd cousins etc. and whether they are "removed" or not.

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Guy
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Re: Cousin Charts

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As we have gained from the past, we owe the future a debt, which we pay by sharing today.

meekhcs
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Re: Cousin Charts

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Thanks Guy

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