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What would my relationship be with this person?

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Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 20:21
Scenario 1: "My friend's great grandmother married my great grandfather's brother." Let's call your friend's great grandmother "Sally" and your great grandfather's brother "Frank." If Sally and Frank had children, and one of those children is your friend's grandparent, then you and your friend would be third cousins. If your friend's grandparent is Sally's child from a different father, and she married Frank later, then you and your friend are not related at all. Frank would have been the step-father of your friend's grandparent. You and your friend could call each other step-third-cousins just for fun, although step-relationships technically don't carry down through the generations like that. Scenario 2: "My friend's great grandmother married my great grandfather's cousin" Again, let's use Sally and Frank. The answer is basically the same, except we've added another generation. If Sally and Frank had children and one of the kids is your friend's grandparent, then you and your friend are 4th cousins. If Frank is not the father of your friend's grandparent, then you and your friend are not related.
Answer #2 | 29/12 2013 02:29
There is NO relationship by marriage ... you have to have a COMMON BLOOD ancestor...... so no relationship at all...unless you have a common blood ancesto...........

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