My fifth cousin
in Toronto is one of the city's most eminent civil engineers.
He is my fourth or fifth cousin
once or twice removed.
They get another surprise when Paul Thomas, the current manager of the pub, now named O'Neills, turns out to be their fifth cousin
Its nucleus is about 160 men bound not only by membership in the same group but also by blood ties as well, even if to the fourth and fifth cousin
It hardly seems a coincidence that FDR decided that the first radio speech of his presidency would be specially addressed to a convention of the American Legion, the million-member veterans' organization co-founded after World War I by his fifth cousin
, Theodore Roosevelt Jr.
John Major is Margaret Thatcher's fifth cousin
Franklin Roosevelt benefited from sharing a surname, and to some extent a family, with his fifth cousin
Teddy, but no other Roosevelt ever captured the country's heart.
Two hundred years later, a fifth cousin
of Paiewonsky's father, enroute from Valkovitch, his home village in Lithuania, to seek his fortune in Brazil, found himself hunkered down in the steerage of a Hamburg-American Line vessel as a savage hurricane raged.