Relationship Chart
0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

1

b/s

aun

g'aun

g2'aun

g3'aun

g4'aun

g5'aun

g6'aun

g7'aun

2

aun

1c

1c1r

1c2r

1c3r

1c4r

1c5r

1c6r

1c7r

3

g'aun

1c1r

2c

2c1r

2c2r

2c3r

2c4r

2c5r

2c6r

4

g2'aun

1c2r

2c1r

3c

3c1r

3c2r

3c3r

3c4r

3c5r

5

g3'aun

1c3r

2c2r

3c1r

4c

4c1r

4c2r

4c3r

4c4r

6

g4'aun

1c4r

2c3r

3c2r

4c1r

5c

5c1r

5c2r

5c3r

7

g5'aun

1c5r

2c4r

3c3r

4c2r

5c1r

6c

6c1r

6c2r

8

g6'aun

1c6r

2c5r

3c4r

4c3r

5c2r

6c1r

7c

7c1r

9

g7'aun

1c7r

2c6r

3c5r

4c4r

5c3r

6c2r

7c1r

8c

Note: You should make the following substitutions for the codes I've used
to conserve space:
b/s = brother/sister
aun = aunt/uncle/nephew/niece
g' = great (g2=greatgreat, etc.)
c = cousin (2c=2nd cousin,
etc.)
r = removed (2r=twice removed,
etc.)
How to use this chart:

Enter the nearest common relative in box 0.

List one person's line in the vertical #'d boxes, and the other in the
horizontal ones (it doesn't matter which is where).

Like a multiplication table, the relationship is at the intersection.
For example: a person in vertical box 6 is the 1st cousin 3 times removed of the person in horizontal box 3.
Note how the entries change (like a multiplication table) and expand
it to the limits you desire.
Enjoy!
Jim  K6HIO
