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All cousin marriages
  Marriages Ancestors
NoDescent HusbandDates WifeDatesMarriage PlaceDateHusbandDates WifeDatesMarriage PlaceDate
1 2:2 Joseph Richard Marie Francoise Cormier Beaubassin, Cumberland, Nova Scotia (Acadie), Canada1742Francois Cormier 1672-Marguerite Leblanc 1676- Beaubassin, Cumberland, Nova Scotia (Acadie), Canada1692
2 3:3 Charles Bourgeois 1695-1754 Marie-Anne Bourg 1691-Beaubassin, Cumberland, Nova Scotia (Acadie), Canada1741Abraham Dugas 1612-1698Marguerite Doucet 1620-1707 1647
3 3:3 Jacques Bourg dit Canique 1732-1789 Marguerite Cormier 1734-1790Nova Scotia (Acadie), Canada1754Jacques Leblanc 1651-Catherine Hebert 1663- 1673
4 3:3 Jacques Bourg dit Canique [2]1732-1789 Marguerite Cormier [2]1734-1790Nova Scotia (Acadie), Canada1754Thomas Cormier 1631-1692Marie-Magdelaine Girouard 1649- Port Royal, Nova Scotia (Acadia), Canada1668
5 3:3 Jacques Bourg dit Canique [3]1732-1789 Marguerite Cormier [3]1734-1790Nova Scotia (Acadie), Canada1754Charles Melançon 1643-1700Marie Dugas 1648-1737 Port Royal, Nova Scotia (Acadia), Canada1663
6 4:3 Joseph Napoleon Ferdinand Painchaud 1912-1975 Simone Painchaud 1905-1983Isle-aux-Grues, Montmagny, Québec, Canada1936Jérôme David Painchaud 1763-1848Marie Julie Langlois dit Jean 1780-1865 Cap Saint Ignace, Montmagny, Québec, Canada1797

The table shows families where the husband and wife are already closely related, showing also the common ancestors. To view the relationships, click on the individuals, or to view the descent line of the common paternal or maternal ancestor click the ancestors.
† indicates that the relationship is only through one parent (i.e. a half relationship).
* indicates that the relationship is through an adoption or other legal relationship.

The descent column shows the number of generations to the common ancestor (husband:wife), so that

  • 2:2 is a first cousin
  • 2:3 and 3:2 are first cousins once removed (these can occur in either order)
  • 2:4 and 4:2 mark a twice-removed first cousin.
  • 3:3 is a second cousin (4:4 is third cousin and so on).

If present, 1:2 and 2:1 are uncle/niece and aunt/nephew and 1:1 are siblings and 0:1 or 1:0 are parent/child (if at least one grandparent is present).
[2] indicates this is the second occurrence of a person in the list. Clicking on the link will show just relationships involving that person.

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