A woman seeks to know the risks of dating—and the risk of having offspring with—a relative. I want to date a fourth cousin of mine. Is that wrong? We do not plan to have any children together, but if we did, would there be a risk of passing along a genetic defect or disorder? Your question is a surprisingly common one received by genealogy researchers, not only for dating but also for marriage. Generally, questions arise when the couple in question are second cousins sharing a great-grandparent or closer.
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His mother and my grandfather are brother and sister, in a family where there are as many aunts, uncles, cousins, and siblings as trees in a forest. The two of them are separated by fifteen years, six siblings, and enough difference in upbringing that they would often talk about how they felt more like uncle and niece than brother and sister. I think that their disparity in childhood is probably a lot of the reason why we felt it was okay to do at first, because it was barely even like they were siblings.