dealinz.dev3.develag.com/civif-johnson-outboard.php Originally posted by mkdexter View Post. If one is then a generation different, they are 2nd cousins once removed and then if they only share one great grandparent, they will share half of much DNA as two who share both great grandparents. They will look like 3rd or 4th cousins in other words to the FF test. Yes it looks like this person might be a 2nd cousin once removed from one great grandparent. Hopefully I understood the relationship you described.
One of my pet peeves is a term that I see online over and over: someone claiming to be a "half first cousin" or a "half second cousin once. In the U.S., that varies by state. In many states, it's okay to marry your first cousin. Additional states allow marriage of half-cousins. Take a look at Cousin m.
I don't see where the once removed part came in. Last edited by Kathleen Carrow ; 24th October , This is probably more distant than a first cousin, even if half first and once removed too.
The difference if very minimal. The accuracy is in the algorithm differences, not the data. I've heard that before, that cM amounts are sometimes different.
It depends on the location of the match. I wouldn't take that to be the case every time.
On the linked page, don't worry about the green States. If you were legally married in whichever State you were married in, I wouldn't overly stress over most of the others either. They may have wording to the effect of "whether of the whole or half blood" in their marriage statutes, BUT, if such verbiage isn't in the criminal incest statute, you can legitimately tell them to take a hike.
Possibly Oregon, I don't recall. In this Country, you have the right to remain silent, and the right to not incriminate yourself. I always advise to exercise these rights to the fullest You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. Already have an account?
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