Answer: Several New Testament scriptures confirm the fact that Jesus was not the only child born into the family that sprung from Joseph and Mary (contrary to what Catholics and other denominations may teach).
In fact, Mary created a large family when she gave birth to a total of at least five boys and at least two girls (Matthew 13:54 - 56, see also 12:47)! Please see our article on where the Bible records the fact that Jesus did have brothers and sisters.
Accounts are sketchy as to what happened to the brothers and sisters of Jesus in his family tree after His resurrection. The Bible does give us, however, clues regarding what may have happened to his mother Mary.
The Bible records that while Christ was on the cross that he commended the care of his mother into the hands of the apostle John (John 19:26 - 27).
In the book "Traditions of Glastonbury: The Biblical Missing Years of Christ - Answered," author Raymond Capt states that tradition has John putting Mary in the care of an uncle named Joseph of Arimathea. He was believed to be a rich tin merchant who sailed to Britain shortly after the resurrection of Jesus and settled in Southwest England in a village called Glastonbury.
The above tradition asserts that Mary lived there with a few other disciples for 15 years then died. Tradition also states her death occurred in 48 A.D.
Only some information could be found about two of the physical brothers of Jesus, James and Jude. The Bible's New Testament mentions four men named James.
The first James in Scripture is the son of Zebedee and Salome (cf. Matthew 27:56 with Mark 15:40) who is the Apostle John's older brother (making him Jesus' cousin). This identifies Zebedee and Clopas as being the same individual. The second James was a son of Alpheus, who was one of the disciples of Christ. It is not at all clear whether this is the same James as the one related to Zebedee.
The third James found in the Bible is the father of the Apostle Judas (not Judas Iscariot who betrayed the Lord) who is referred to in Luke 6:16 and Acts 1:13. Nothing else is known of him.
The fourth and final person named James is a member of Christ's family tree. The Apostle Paul wrote in 1Corinthians 15:7 that the first post-resurrection appearance of the risen Christ was to James, who from that time forward gave his life to Christ.
James, the half-brother of Jesus, was an early leader of the Jerusalem Church. He is also author of the New Testament book that bears his name. The last Biblical mention of him is in Acts 21:18 where the Jerusalem elders exhorted Paul to take a Nazarite vow.
Jude, another brother, also did not believe in him until after His resurrection. Jude is the author of the Epistle that bears his name. No Biblical or otherwise credible information exists about Jesus' two remaining brothers Joseph and Simon.
Are there people living today who are in the family tree of Joseph and Mary, the blood relatives of Jesus? Given that Mary had at least six children other than our Savior that lived to adulthood, there is a high degree of probability at least a few people living today have a genetic link to him.