|Posted By:||judy g|
|Subject:||Re: Figuring out a relationship|
|Post Date:||November 15, 2012 at 12:32:36|
You're close! (I still have to draw a chart and count it out when it involves more than a couple of generations.)
Fourth cousins once removed.
The removed comes in when you are talking about a different number of generations from the common ancestor. So, if you have/had any children, they would be her fifth cousins, since they are all the same number of generations from the brothers. And if she has/had any children, they would be your fourth cousins twice removed.