Every family historian needs certain staple charts and worksheets for tracking relatives and research progress. These basics belong in every genealogist’s toolkit.
To download or print a form:
Depending on the file, the form will either open immediately from the link you receive or instruct you to save the file to your hard drive. If you open the text forms directly, you can save them to your hard drive by pulling down your File menu and selecting Save As. You can also print forms by pulling down your File menu and selecting Print.
Record your ancestors’ vital stats on this standard five-generation pedigree chart.
This form has spaces for recording both a person’s biological and adoptive parents.
Use this form for recording information about stepfamilies in your ancestry.
Let this chart help you figure out how a family member is related to you.
Note information on events in an ancestor’s life, such as education, military service, marriage and children.