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  John Fred William Riepe & Anna Wilhelmina [Luetger] Riepe Joseph Creighton Riepe, Sr. Bertha Fredericka [Riepe] Lord Ruby Fern Riepe & Otis Wendell Riepe Sophia [Peine] Riepe Josephine Catherine [Riepe] Ernst  
 

Relationship Chart



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This is a commonly used genealogical tool to help determine relationships between various relatives with a common ancestor.   An example is provided below.


Common Ancestor Child Grandchild Great Grandchild Great Great Grandchild Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Great Great Great Great Grandchild
Child Sibling Niece or Nephew Grand Niece or Nephew Great Grand Niece or Nephew Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew Great Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew Great Great Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew Great Great Great Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew
Grandchild Niece or Nephew First Cousin First Cousin Once Removed First Cousin Twice Removed First Cousin Three Times Removed First Cousin Four Times Removed First Cousin Five Times Removed First Cousin Six Times Removed
Great Grandchild Grand Niece or Nephew First Cousin Once Removed Second Cousin Second Cousin Once Removed Second Cousin Twice Removed Second Cousin Three Times Removed Second Cousin Four Times Removed Second Cousin Five Times Removed
Great Great Grandchild Great Grand Niece or Nephew First Cousin Twice Removed Second Cousin Once Removed Third Third Cousin Once Removed Third Cousin Twice Removed Third Cousin Three Times Removed Third Cousin Four Times Removed
Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew First Cousin Three Times Removed Second Cousin Twice Removed Third Cousin Once Removed Fourth Cousin Fourth Cousin Once Removed Fourth Cousin Twice Removed Fourth Cousin Three Times Removed
Great Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew First Cousin Four Times Removed Second Cousin Three Times Removed Third Cousin Twice Removed Fourth Cousin Once Removed Fifth Cousin Fifth Cousin Once Removed Fifth Cousin Twice Removed
Great Great Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew First Cousin Five Times Removed Second Cousin Four Times Removed Third Cousin Three Times Removed Fourth Cousin Twice Removed Fifth Cousin Once Removed Sixth Cousin Sixth Cousin Once Removed
Great Great Great Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Great Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew First Cousin Six Times Removed Second Cousin Five Times Removed Third Cousin Four Times Removed Fourth Cousin Three Times Removed Fifth Cousin Twice Removed Sixth Cousin Once Removed Seventh Cousin

 


EXAMPLE:

In the following example, Frank Wherever and Caroline Whatever have a common ancestor, Albert Riepe.  Albert is Frank's gr-gr-grandfather, and Caroline's gr-grandfather.  As you can see from the chart, Frank and Caroline are 2nd Cousins Once Removed.  "Removed" means that the individuals are 1 generation apart, or removed, from each other.

 

 

Common Ancestor


Albert Riepe

 

Child

John Riepe

Grandchild

Hannah Riepe Whoever

Great Grandchild

Anna Whoever Wherever

Great Great Grandchild

Frank Wherever

Great Great Great Grandchild

 

Great Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Great Great Great Great Grandchild
Child

Minna Riepe Whatever

Sibling Niece or Nephew Grand Niece or Nephew Great Grand Niece or Nephew Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew Great Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew Great Great Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew Great Great Great Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew
Grandchild

Gustav Whatever

Niece or Nephew First Cousin First Cousin Once Removed First Cousin Twice Removed First Cousin Three Times Removed First Cousin Four Times Removed First Cousin Five Times Removed First Cousin Six Times Removed
Great Grandchild

Caroline Whatever 

Grand Niece or Nephew First Cousin Once Removed Second Cousin Second Cousin Once Removed Second Cousin Twice Removed Second Cousin Three Times Removed Second Cousin Four Times Removed Second Cousin Five Times Removed
Great Great Grandchild

 

Great Grand Niece or Nephew First Cousin Twice Removed Second Cousin Once Removed Third Cousin Third Cousin Once Removed Third Cousin Twice Removed Third Cousin Three Times Removed Third Cousin Four Times Removed
Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew First Cousin Three Times Removed Second Cousin Twice Removed Third Cousin Once Removed Fourth Cousin Fourth Cousin Once Removed Fourth Cousin Twice Removed Fourth Cousin Three Times Removed
Great Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew First Cousin Four Times Removed Second Cousin Three Times Removed Third Cousin Twice Removed Fourth Cousin Once Removed Fifth Cousin Fifth Cousin Once Removed Fifth Cousin Twice Removed
Great Great Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew First Cousin Five Times Removed Second Cousin Four Times Removed Third Cousin Three Times Removed Fourth Cousin Twice Removed Fifth Cousin Once Removed Sixth Cousin Sixth Cousin Once Removed
Great Great Great Great Great Great Grandchild Great Great Great Great Great Grand Niece or Nephew First Cousin Six Times Removed Second Cousin Five Times Removed Third Cousin Four Times Removed Fourth Cousin Three Times Removed Fifth Cousin Twice Removed Sixth Cousin Once Removed Seventh Cousin
 

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