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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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Richard's great uncle, Charles, was certainly an outstanding soldier.
After a phone call and a visit to a reader now living in Wavertree, Liverpool, I learned about a young Mary Morgan who came Although she does not have a photograph of her great uncle, she has a If you have any photographs of events like these, why not give me a call on 0151 427 1875 or email me at chulme1947@btinternet.
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.
I remember, a few years after my father died in the early 70s, I inherited a sum of money from the German side of my family - PS10,000 from this great uncle I knew nothing about," he recalls.
HILL Bryan Loving memories of a Brother, Uncle and Great Uncle.
He said: "My great, great uncle is Jimmy Dunn, who was a Wembley Wizard and played in back-to-back Scottish Cup Finals with Hibs.
Great Uncle Albert and his brother Arthur, witnessed 'The Great Day' when Bradford City punched above their Bantam weight to put Newcastle United's Magpies to flight in the FA Cup Final replay at Old Trafford.
Social Development Minister Alex Attwood travelled to Belgium in honour of a great uncle.
My great great uncle, Alderman Reuben Farley, was the first Mayor of West Bromwich, civic reformer and founding father of the town as it is today.
A FLINTSHIRE schoolboy won an emotional trip to find the wartime grave of his great uncle who died in the First World War.
Obama was referring to his great uncle, a member of the 89th Infantry Division that liberated the Ohrduf camp, part of Buchenwald, in Germany.