Colorful Family Relationship Chart Helps Answer the Question “How Are We Related?”

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Colorful Family Relationship Chart Helps Answer the Question “How Are We Related?”

Whether you’re gathering with extended family for a holiday or reunion, or connecting with distant genetic cousins via email or facebook, it’s always convenient to have a firm understanding of how exactly everyone is related.

It’s a simple enough task when you’re talking about first cousins, or even great aunts, but what about your grandfather’s sister’s granddaughter you met at Thanksgiving? Or that nice women from Alabama who found you on Gedmatch and who claims to be the great granddaughter of your long searched for 3rd great grandfather Edward?

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As genealogists, most of us like to know what we’re talking about when it comes to relationships…right down to the nitty gritty details. Luckily, the unique family history story site Crestleaf.com saw this need coming a mile away and created a wonderfully handy family relationship chart that’s sure to be of assistance. View it below and click on the image for a larger version directly on Crestleaf’s site.

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  • bhk
    January 3, 2015 at 7:22 am

    I could not find this chart on Crestleaf website.
    You must sign in, and my guess is you have to build a tree before you can see the chart,

    Actually little info on their website unless you SIGN UP

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