Cousin

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COUSIN, domest. rel. Cousins are kindred who are the issue of two brothers or two sisters, or of a brother and a sister. Those who descend from the brother or sister of the father of the person spoken of are called paternal cousins; maternal cousins are those who are descended from the brothers or sisters of the mother. Vide 2 Bro. C. C. 125; 1 Sim. & Stu. 301; 3 Russ. C. C. 140; 9 Sim. R. 386, 457.

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I would be delighted if anyone had any form of photograph of the Newcastle Commercials, especially if by any fluke this included someone whom they could identify as my great uncle.
A loving Husband of Linda, Brother of Marion and the late Margaret, Brother in law to Joan and the late Job, dear Uncle of John, Keith and Maureen, Glynis and family, Jenifer and family, Chris and family, Great Uncle to Paul, Cheryl and Sean, Great Great Uncle to his dearly beloved triplets James, Jessica and Amelia and a dear Cousin to Keith and Chris in Holland.
My column this week is one such story of a long lost great uncle.
Lynne, of Northfield, said: "We both have great uncles who died in action during the First World War and all the 100-year anniversary commemorations spurred us to do something this year.
Julie-Ann Jones, of Stourbridge, explains to JUSTINE HALIFAX how fate led her to discover the grave of her great uncle from among the thousands in northern France.
SSI Hayley Pecket's great uncle, John Carson of the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, died in October 1917 during the bloody Battle of Passchendaele and is buried at Lijssenthoek cemetery.
Of course, his surname is as German as sauerkraut, and if it weren't for his Great Uncle Otto, there's a good chance lovely old Rick would still be an obscure provincial chef, not one of the Beeb's favourite oven jockeys.
To do so, the teenager will have to go one better than his great, great uncle Jimmy Dunn, who played in back-to-back cup finals for Hibs when they lost 1-0 to Celtic in 1923 and 2-0 to Airdrie a year later.
I came across your interesting article "Aunt Laura's Promise" and realized George Constantineau was my great uncle from my mother's father's side.
She is survived by her parents, Gail (Davis) and Walter Army; her daughter, Shawnessy Army; her sister, Deborah Janney and her husband John; her great uncle and aunt, Jim and Diane McFadden along with several aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends.
The ballet was at The Opera House, a special location because it was designed by my Great Uncle James Chiarelli.