Whether you need to make for a school project or you want to get serious about researching your lines, the first step for any genealogy project is to start with a family tree. Family Tree Template will help you quickly organize your family information. Choose from a few different formats and styles.
Printable Blank Charts
These blank charts will help you to hand-record your family history – great for class handouts. These can be used to create a diagram for simple 4-generation project, or you can cross-reference multiple sheets for larger projects
Family tree now
This chart template for Excel and Word allows you to easily insert photos from your computer. The tree looks great with photos added. In case it’s not obvious, then you can start with yourself at the base of the tree, enter your parents in the two blank blocks in the upper part of the trunk, and work up the branches from there to list with grandparents and great-grandparents.
These Excel-based Templates are great for creating multi-generational family tree pedigree charts. This Excel workbook contains 2 different styles and orientations.
Family tree builder
- Start with what you know – you and your living relatives
- Ask your relatives for help using their memories and documents such as Bibles, birth and marriage certificates, journals and military records of my heritage family tree.
- Review other sources to see what others have discovered about your family lines.
- Focus on primary sources such as birth copy, census, death and marriage records.
- Be patient – it can take a long time to uncover your genealogy family search.
- Consider CAPITALIZING the surname – this can help you stand out when reviewing your records
- List dates as on 1 Jan 1890 to avoid confusion over formats such as dd/mm/yy or mm/dd/yy
- List locations or places as City/Township, County, State, Country. For example: Las Vegas,Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA