Well-formed
8/13/2014
Don't feel overwhelmed by family facts, figures, names and numbers. Keep your research in order with our handy worksheets.

Genealogists collect more names, dates, vital stats, call numbers, inscriptions, transcriptions and descriptions than anyone else we know. We sympathize, and to help you keep track of it all, we've given you four forms: a five-generation ancestor chart, a family group sheet, an oral history fact sheet for relatives to record their biographical details before an interview, and finally, a keepsake family tree chart on which you can proudly display your pedigree. Photocopy the forms (or download them from FamilyTreeMagazine.com <www.familytreemagazine.com/freeforms>) as many times as you like for your personal use. Once you've logged all those genealogical facts and figures, you'll be overjoyed, not overwhelmed.

Five-Generation Ancestor Chart