Family Relationships Chart

On the top row, find the relationship of one person to the common ancestor and follow the column straight down. Find the other persons relationship to the common ancestor on the left hand column and follow that row straight across. The relationship is where the projected row & column meet.  Print a copy of this chart for quick and easy reference.
 
 
0 CA    GC  GGC  2
GGC 
3
GGC 
4
GGC 
5
GGC 
6
GGC 
GN  GGN  2
GGN 
3
GGN 
4
GGN 
5
GGN 
GC  1C 1C
1R 
1C
2R 
1C
3R 
1C
4R 
1C
5R 
1C
6R 
GGC  GN  1C
1R 
2C 2C
1R 
2C
2R 
2C
3R 
2C
4R 
2C
5R 
2
GGC 
GGN  1C
2R 
2C
1R 
3C 3C
1R 
3C
2R 
3C
3R 
3C
4R 
3
GGC 
2
GGN 
1C
3R 
2C
2R 
3C
1R 
4C 4C
1R 
4C
2R 
4C
3R 
4
GGC 
3
GGN 
1C
4R 
2C
3R 
3C
2R 
4C
1R 
5C 5C
1R 
5C
2R 
5
GGC 
4
GGN 
1C
5R 
2C
4R 
3C
3R 
4C
2R 
5C
1R 
6C 6C
1R 
6
GGC 
5
GGN 
1C
6R 
2C
5R 
3C
4R 
4C
3R 
5C
2R 
6C
1R 
7C
CA - Common Ancestor S - Sibling (brother or sister)
C - Child N - Niece/Nephew
GC - Grand Child GN - Grand Niece/Nephew
GGC - Great Grand Child GGN - Great Grand Niece/Nephew
#C - # Cousin (1C - 1st cousin, 2C - 2nd cousin, etc.)
#R - # of times removed (1R - once removed, 2R - twice removed, etc.)