Find relationship between two individuals
I do genetic genealogy and transfer information from ancestry DNA tree matches into familysearch.org in order to get a better view of interrelated individuals. There is a great advantage of familysearch in that anyone can add or edit data. Once data is in familysearch I use fan charts to compare and look for common ancestors, however, this is a manual process.
It would be highly desirable to have the ability in familysearch to find the relationship between two individuals. This would greatly speed up the process of finding common ancestors and solving unknown parentage cases.
You can use RelativeFinder:
which works with FamilySearch - to find relationships (plural) between two deceased individuals.1
RelativeFinder is what I use. It is a partner site, so log in with your FamilySearch userid and password.0
Though I do enjoy RelativeFinder, it doesn’t show connections of distant family as often and as reliably as FamilySearch. Do a batch of searches for your own relationship to others with both sites, and you’ll see what I mean.0