12/5 - Who's realted to who how?
Wednesday, December 05, 2007
Ever wonder who's who in your family? Here's a quick little chart that will help you understand your 1st cousins form your 2nd cousins once removed.
On the top row, find the relationship of one person to the common ancestor. Locate the other person along the left hand column, according to his relationship to the same common ancestor. The relationship is where the row and column intersect.
GC = Grandchild
GGC = Great Grandchild
N = Niece/Nephew
GN = Grand Niece/Nephew
#C = Number of Cousin
#R = Number of times removed
And, here's a bunch of pictures from our recent trip.
Son #4 getting ready for the traditional(??) Thanksgiving Morning Hike
On the cold cold Chicago Winter weather hike.
A couple of pictures from dinner at SanFrantello's
2 pictures of my 1st Cousins, once removed. (My first cousin's kids)
My Sweet wife and Sue, the famous dinosaur bones
My Sweet wife and Son #4 at the Idea Factory at the CMSI.
My 1st Cousin Once removed and my 1st Cousin's wife
My 1st Cousin and his wife
My Great Grandfather's Grandkids. (My uncle and mom)
Self and Oldest offsprint (Me and #1)
Life is good...
Enjoy Today’s Jokes!
Dick Cheney Jokes About His Distant 'Cousin Barack' Obama
Saturday, October 27, 2007
WASHINGTON — Vice President Dick Cheney said Friday he hasn't reached out to "Cousin Barack" Obama since reports that the two share a distant relative.
In an interview for CNBC's "Kudlow & Company," Cheney was asked whether he and Obama, a Democratic presidential candidate, have discussed their ancestral link.
"Cousin Barack?" Cheney said. "No, we haven't — haven't had the opportunity to talk about it."
Lynne Cheney, the vice president's wife, told MSNBC last week she uncovered the long-ago ties between the two while researching her ancestry for her latest book, "Blue Skies, No Fences."
The vice president said he was unsure about bringing it up with the Illinois senator.
"Well, I didn't know whether that would help him or hurt him, so I thought I'd probably stay away from him," he said.
Obama is a descendent of Mareen Duvall, said Ginny Justice, a spokeswoman for Lynne Cheney. The French Huguenot's son married the granddaughter of a Richard Cheney, who arrived in Maryland in the late 1650's from England.
The vice president's full name is Richard B. Cheney.
You know you're in red neck country when a man introduces his wife and his cousin, and there's only one woman standing there.
You might be a Redneck if you consider dating second cousins 'playing the field'