Regis & Lana's
Carr Family Tree


All cousin marriages
  Marriages Ancestors
NoDescent HusbandDates WifeDatesMarriage PlaceDateHusbandDates WifeDatesMarriage PlaceDate
1 2:2 William Levingston ISBELL 1825-1894 Martha Elizabeth ISBELL 1852-1932Bryan, Brazos, Texas, USA1882Levingston ISBELL 1788-1823Mary Cochran ROWAN 1788-1858 Wilkes County, North Carolina, USA
2 2:2 Jacob H. PAULK, Jr. 1834-1857 Rhoda HENDERSON 1836-1910Daniel Jacob HENDERSON, Sr. 1775-1824Sallie MCBRIDE 1785-1850 Robeson County, North Carolina, USA1798
3 2:2 John Anderson KIER 1835-1912 Sarah Annabelle KIER 1839-1921Sardinia, Brown, Ohio, USA1856Andrew KIER 1779-1836Catherine MILLER 1770-1864 1801
4 2:2 Walker KING 1866-1937 Mary Hale NUNNALLY 1872-1952Martha Adelaide HALIDAY 1802-1882
5 2:2 George Calvin POWDRILL 1876-1961 Nettie M. POWDRILL 1886-1965Nacogdoches County, Texas, USA1914John W. POWDRILL 1825-1901Margaret M. NEELY 1828-1896
6 2:3 Eli John CLEVELAND 1839-1895 Rebecca Caroline ISBELL 1850-1878Polk County, Georgia, USA1869Jeremiah CLEVELAND 1772-1827Obedience CALLAWAY 1781-1831 South Carolina, USA
7 2:3 William Carter WRIGHT 1866-1933 Rosaline Mae FEATHERSTON 1872-1972Nicholas TOMPKINS 1796-1860Catherine Griffin LEVERETT 1794-1836 Putnam County, Georgia, USA1815
8 3:3 Otis GIDDENS 1897-1965 Agnes GRIFFIN 1906-1941Atkinson County, Georgia, USA1924Jacob GIDDENS 1803-1878Mary Ann SIRMANS 1823-1921
9 4:4 Clayton Clatnus LEVERETT 1874-1944 Alma Pauline LEVERETT 1890-1969William LEVERETT, Sr. 1730-1814Bridgett Rachel LEVERETT 1737-1792 Wilkes County, North Carolina, USA

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.