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All cousin marriages involving Elizabeth Peach 1813-1889
  Marriages Ancestors
NoDescent HusbandDates WifeDatesMarriage PlaceDateHusbandDates WifeDatesMarriage PlaceDate
1 2:2 Jeffrey Binley 1874-1948 Amy Ann Jackson 1881-1967St Mary Magdalene, Cottingham, Northamptonshire1903David Tansley 1813-1889Elizabeth Peach 1813-1889 Stoke Dry, Rutland1833
2 2:2 Alfred Thomas Jackson 1875-1950 Caroline Claypole 1883-1963Cottingham, Northamptonshire1902David Tansley [2]1813-1889Elizabeth Peach [2]1813-1889 Stoke Dry, Rutland1833
3 2:2 David Tansley 1879-1949 Laura Emily Binley 1881-1950St Mary Magdalene, Cottingham, Northamptonshire1915David Tansley [3]1813-1889Elizabeth Peach [3]1813-1889 Stoke Dry, Rutland1833
4 3:3 Wallace Edwin Panter 1898-1972 Ruby Bessie May Jackson 1912-2007Leicester, Leicestershire1935David Tansley [4]1813-1889Elizabeth Peach [4]1813-1889 Stoke Dry, Rutland1833
5 4:4 Arthur R Jackson 1917- Sylvia Constance Bradshaw 1918-Kettering, Northamptonshire1941David Tansley [5]1813-1889Elizabeth Peach [5]1813-1889 Stoke Dry, Rutland1833
The table shows families where the husband and wife are already closely related. To view the relationships, click on the descent column, or to view the descent line of the common paternal or maternal ancestor click the ancestor on the right.
† 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 are first cousins
  • 3:3 are second cousins
  • 4:4 are third cousins
  • 5:5 are fourth cousins etc
  • 2:3 and 3:2 are first cousins once removed (similar for second) and
  • 2:4 and 4:2 mark a twice-removed cousin.
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).
The number in square brackets (eg [3]) indicates the number of times these ancestors have marriages between cousins amongst their descendants
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