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All cousin marriages
  Marriages Aner
NoDescent HusbandDatoer WifeDatoerGift stedDatoHusbandDatoer WifeDatoerGift stedDato
1 2:2 Erik Gløersen 1751-1819 Marthe Elisabeth Gløersen 1752-18231782Ole Glørson Gløersen 1673-1734Sidsel Cathrine Philipsdatter Hage 1675-1760 1700
2 2:2 † Lars Jakobson Stølo 1765-1802 Marta Karlsdatter Urong 1759-1800Marita Russamarto Enevoldsdatter 1703-1763
3 2:2 Håkon Jakobsson Særstein 1826-1904 Sissela Ørjansdatter Rimbareid 1821-1886Håkon Sjurson Ringøy 1754-1806Helga Trondsdatter Instanes 1759-1799
4 2:2 Peder Jakobson Kloven 1829-1888 Helga Rasmusdotter Hallaråker 1834-1907Bremnes Kirke (Gåsland), Bremnes, Hordaland, Norway1852Rasmus Jonson Hallaråker 1768-1849Mari Rasmusdotter Stavland 1770-1849 Bremnes Kirke (Gåsland), Bremnes, Hordaland, Norway1791
5 2:2 Ole Martin Danielson Kloven 1877-1941 Pernille Margrethe Pedersdotter Dalen 1877-1937Bremnes Kirke (Gåsland), Bremnes, Hordaland, Norway1899Jakob Pederson Svortland 1806-1877Inga Rasmusdotter Hallaråker 1807-1888 Bremnes Kirke (Gåsland), Bremnes, Hordaland, Norway1829
6 2:2 L. Selmer S. Selmer Johan Fredrik Selmer 1918-1997Arne Selmer 1880-1924
7 3:3 † Mats Olson Meling 1825-1881 Johanne Nilsdatter Gåsland 1826-1889Jakob Larsson Rubbestad 1728-1803
8 3:3 Ola Olson Svortland 1827-1911 Massi Guleivsdotter Hallaråker 1818-1915Guleiv Torsteinson Alvsvåg 1707-1781Kristi Knutsdatter Gilje Gilje 1701-1750
9 3:3 Elias Olson Søra Mæland 1853-1924 Anna Gurine Mikkelsdatter Nora Mæland 1852-1926Sjur Knutson Meling 1730-1805Guri Guleivsdatter Hiskjo 1737-1815
10 3:3 Nils Matsson Meling 1855-1896 Marta Håkonsdatter Særstein 1853-1894Lars Jakobson Stølo [2]1765-1802Marta Karlsdatter Urong [2]1759-1800

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.