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Ancestry show that our daughter's mother-in-law and my husband are "10th cousins 1x removed

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 19:03:05    Popularity:     

Tags: mother  law  husband  Ancestry  show  

Very, very, very, very, very,very distantly and beyond. at that far apart, they really aren't any more Your question does not say which side t

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Very, very, very, very, very,very distantly and beyond.

at that far apart, they really aren't any more

Your question does not say which side the remove is on, and "How are our kids related?" does not specify to whom. You and your husband's children are either 11th cousins of your daughter's mother-in-law or are 10th cousins twice removed. Your daughter and her husband are either 11th cousins once removed or 10th cousins three times removed.

Barely.

What 'ancestry' shows and the reality are completely different...... to research and prove that the person needs to research and prove from primary FH suitable records each and every person back from both your daughers Mil and your husband and tht means finding real records back approximately 300 yrs. something that would take 20-30 yr of research to do and ancestry.com doesn't have primary records to enable that......so I wouldn't be concerned what 'ancestry says' and much of what is on ancestry is nonsense. however for the world of lets pretend ancestry.com 10th cousins twice removed or 11th cousins

Not much more than most people

Very Very distant ones.

Still, it could have been worse..........

They are related by marriage.

Being super distant cousins is very normal. We all walk around not realizing that we are distantly related to many of the strangers we see on the bus, in the grocery store, at work, etc. it's no big deal.

If you're asking specifically how they are related, you're the one who has the genealogy. We are not clairvoyant. Most likely your daughter's MIL and your husband share a 9th or 10th great-grand parent.

ETA Ah, ok. I didn't "get" what you were asking. They are either 11th cousins or they are 10th cousins twice removed. You didn't specify whether it is your husband or her MIL who has the longer lineage to the common grandparent. If your daughter and her husband have the SAME number of generations between them and the common ancestor, then they are 11th cousins. If there are two generations difference, then they are 10th cousins twice removed.

They're not.
Your daughter's mother-in-law is no relation to you at all.



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