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Last Updated
April 01, 2014
Home Page of the
Gaut - Waters - Cole -
Kibbe - McClish
Families
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Researching the Gaut Family History

GAUT, GANT, GAWT, GAULT, GAUNT, GOT, GOTT & all other possible misspellings of GAUT

Area Search
California, Chicago, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma,
Pennsylvania, Wisconsin --England, Germany, Ireland, United States

Also researching other surnames within family that include:

ALLEN, ANDERSON, BEBENSEE, BLASER, BROWN, BUSH, BUTLER, BUTTKE, CHANEY,
COFFELT,
COLE, COLEMAN, CONWELL, COOMBS, DEMSKE, EUNICE, FRICKE, GARDNER, GAUT,
GRAVES, HARSHNER, HAMMER, HINZPETER, HOLLODAY, HUMPHREY, JACKMAN, JONES,
KAMINSKI, KEFFER,
KIBBE, KOHLER, KOLOSIC, LAWSON, LEAMAN, LOVEJOY, LUCAS, MABLE,
MAY, MAYNARD,
MCCLISH, McCONNELL, MERCER, MILLER, MONROE, MONTOYA, MOYER,
OUTLAND, PETERMAN, RENSTROM, ROSE, SNYDER, STABLER, STABLER, STARKS, STURGIS,
SUTSER, THOMPSON, TURNER, VALDEZ, VALLEAN, WARN,
WATERS, WATSON, WELLS,
WHITEFORD,
SWAIN, WILLAIMS, WILLITS, WOLF, WOLFE, WRIGHT, AND YOUNG.

Any information would be greatly appreciated, including but not limited to any military records,
awards, marriage dates and locations, occupations, achievements, individual or family stories, old
and new photos – We will either pay or share cost of sending, receiving or obtaining this information!

Due to identity theft possibilities, we can no longer share the living information that we have
collected with non-validated family members.

Gaut Family Tree is available online through a secured password protected site
(
http://www.gautworld.com) (This Site) after validation, and an agreement not to publish any
information on any living family member with any surname from this tree anywhere on the web or
anywhere that is available to the general public after which you will receive a password to the site.
Information can be sent via email at:
Note:
The PASSWORD was "CHANGED" on April 01, 2014, If you do not have the
current password and you are a family member, please use the "
Contact US"
below and we will send you the new password.

As most of you know we change the password often!

All areas of this site with personal information and or photo's are password Protected.
You will need the current log on name and password to view these areas!

The "Family Tree Page & Family Contact Page" will take an "additional" 2nd password
and
Approved Family Permission to access that information
Gaut Family Home Site
To enter site, click the ENTER Button above .. You will need the password!
Gaut Family Home Page
Establishing a link to our family

To obtain a log-on and password for this site you must first establish a link to our family
line with yours; you will need to fill out a Family information Sheet that includes the
names of only deceased individuals in your family like Great Grandparents Uncles and
Aunts, we will than do our own search to link you to our family line, if we are
successful we will email you the log-on and password to the site.
Please fill out the form below, save it and email back to us!
DO NOT SEND ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION ON YOUR LIVING FAMILY MEMBERS
Counter

COUSINS:
* 1st cousins always share a common grandparent
* 2nd cousins always share a common great-grandparent
* 3rd cousins always share a common 2nd great-grandparent
* 4th cousins always share a common 3rd great-grandparent.
(The "great" always being one less than the cousin relationship.)

* 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. Cousins are always of the same generation.


"REMOVED" COUSINS:
* Cousins NOT of the same generation are cousins "removed". The number of times
a cousin is "removed" depends on the number of generations "away" they are.

Example:
"1st cousin once removed" being the child of your 1st cousin.
"1st cousin twice removed" being the grandchild of your 1st cousin.
* This is true of PRECEDING generations of cousins as well.
(Though not with 1st cousins since their parents and grandparents would be your
aunt/uncles and grandparents)

Example:
While the child of your "2nd Cousin" is your "2nd Cousin once removed"
(being one generation "removed" from yours).....
the parent of your "2nd cousin" is ALSO your "2nd cousin once removed"
because they are one generation "removed" from your generation as well.
( See Relationship Chart B)

* Someone who is a 1st cousin to any of your direct lineage family members.....
(persons you directly descend from or who directly descend from you: your parents,
your grandparents, your great-grandparents, your child, your grandchildren, etc.)
is a 1st cousin to you, but are "removed", of course.


Example:
The "1st cousin" of your great-grandparent is:
"1st cousin once removed" to your grandparent
"1st cousin twice removed" to your parent
"1st cousin thrice removed" to you
"1st cousin 4 times removed" to your child and so on.


LINEAGE TITLES:
* Mother~Father, with their siblings being your Aunt/Uncle.
* Grandmother~Grandfather, with their siblings being your Grandaunt/Granduncle.
(Also commonly, though incorrectly, referred to as Great Aunt/Great Uncle)
* Great-Grandmother~Great-Grandfather, with their siblings being your
Great-Grandaunt/Great-Granduncle, and so forth.

Note:
For legal and genealogical purposes the term GREAT does not stand alone for any
relative,
it is only correct in conjunction with GRAND, as in Great-Grandfather.
GRAND, however, can stand alone as for grandparent and grandaunt/granduncle.  



Terms  

HALF-COUSINS:
* A half-1st cousin is the child of your parent's half-sibling (your half-Aunt/Uncle).
* A half-2nd cousin is the grandchild of your grandparent's half-sibling (your
half-grandaunt/uncle), etc.


STEP-COUSINS:
A "step-cousin" is the "step-child" of a blood relative. Example:
"John" is your parent's sibling and therefore your "Uncle" and blood relative.
He has a son by his wife "Jane"(your "Aunt" by marriage), and that son is your "cousin".
"Aunt Jane" has a daughter by a previous marriage. This daughter is their son's
"half-sister", "Uncle John's" "step-daughter" and your "step-cousin".


DOUBLE 1st COUSINS:
"Double 1st Cousins" are the children of two marriages where two blood siblings of one
family have married two blood siblings of another family. Example:
* My father's 2 brothers married 2 sisters from another family. Their children
( my 1st Cousins), are "Double 1st Cousins" to each other..
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Family Tree Includes:
13,558 Individuals
3,132 Marriages
2,103 Different Surnames
29 Generations
Average Lifespan 59 years, 7 Months
Earliest Birth Date 1105 William Baron Knight Cole
Latest Birth Date 2013 Abigail Brown
7,209 Places
202 Sources
1,969 Media Attachments

Next Tree Update December 20, 2013