Question 2. To enable us to identify family groups within the household, it is necessary to select a reference person (Person l), and to state the relationship of each household member to that person. For example, if John Smith lives with his father Thomas Smith, and Thomas Smith has been entered as Person 1, John Smith would mark "Son or daughter of Person 1". There may be a member or members of your household whose relationship to Person 1 is not described in Question 2. In such cases, mark either "Other relative of Person 1" or "Other non-relative", and also print the exact relationship to Person 1 in the space provided.
"Other relative" includes persons such as uncles, aunts, cousins, grandfathers, grandmothers, and so on. "Other non-relative" refers to household members who are not related to Person 1 by blood, marriage, adoption or common-law. Some examples are employee's wife, employee's daughter, room-mate's son, landlord, and so on.
The term "common-law", as used in "Common-law partner of Person l" or as may be used to describe any other such partnership in the household (for example, "Lodger's common-law partner"), should be interpreted as applying to any case of a couple living together in this type of union.
Note that stepchildren, adopted children, and children of a common-law partner should be considered as sons and daughters. Foster children, wards and guardianship children who are not related to Person l by blood, marriage, adoption or common-law should be listed as lodgers.
2. Relationship to Person 1
 Husband or wife or Person 1
 Common-law partner of Person 1
 Son or daughter of Person 1
 Father or mother of Person 1
 Brother or sister of Person 1
 Son-in-law or daughter-in-law of Person 1
 Father-in-law or mother-in-law of Person 1
 Brother-in-law or sister-in-law of Person 1
 Grandchild of Person 1
 Nephew or niece of Person 1
 Other relative of Person 1 (Print below) ____
 Lodger's husband or wife
 Lodger's son or daughter
 Other non-relative (Print below) ____
For each person in this household, mark "X" one box only to describe his or her relationship to Person 1. If you mark the box "Other relative" or "Other non-relative", print in the relationship to Person 1. Some examples of the "Other" relationships are:
For further examples and special cases, see guidelines.