Definition of Fifth degree of kinship
The degree of kinship between a deceased intestate and the children of decedent’s first cousin, sometimes designated as "first cousins once removed”, is in the "fifth degree”. Simonton v. Edmunds, 202 S.C. 397, 25 S.E.2d 284, 285.
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