Genealogy

Genealogy, which is also known as family history, is the study of families and the tracing of their lineages and history. As a form of research and record keeping, it is no surprise that Chantris practices this. Dates on the site are based on the MUSH's Timeline with BC (before Corwin Chronicles) dates and the years since them unlabeled.

Descendancy Chart

With the help of a former player of Fiona, Veronica's Player has compiled a genealogy file for the family.

Relationships Table

To use the table below, determine the closest common ancestor between two people, find the relationship of those two people to that common ancestor (one in the top row, the other in the left most column) and locate the intersection of that row and column.

Common Ancestor Child Grand Child Great Grand Child 2xGreat Grand Child 3xGreat Grand Child
Child sibling nibling grand nibling great grand nibling 2xgreat grand nibling
Grand Child nibling 1st cousin 1st cousin 1r 1st cousin 2r 1st cousin 3r
Great Grand Child grand nibling 1st cousin 1r 2nd cousin 2nd cousin 1r 2nd cousin 2r
2xGreat Grand Child great grand nibling 1st cousin 2r 2nd cousin 1r 3rd cousin 3rd cousin 1r
3xGreat Grand Child 2xgreat grand nibling 1st cousin 3r 2nd cousin 2r 3rd cousin 1r 4th cousin
  • Rather than typing out great-great-great-etc all greats after one (1) have a multiplier. So 3xGreat is great-great-great.
  • Rather than typing out nephew/niece the more generic (if less commonly known) nibling has been used. Any of the three terms (nephew, niece, or nibling) can be used ICly based on the gender of the character being referred to and the preference of the speaker. Also, nibling is listed for simplicity but only one of the characters is that, the other would be a pibling (parental sibling, a.k.a. an aunt or uncle) to the one from the younger generation (a pibling can be younger than their niblings).
  • Rather than typing out "# times removed" the simpler "#r" has been used. The term removed is described here on the wiki at geni.com.
  • Grand nibling, grandnibling, great nibling and greatnibling are all acceptable terms as are their aunt and uncle equivalents.
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