Four-generation family trees are an excellent way to display your family history and keep track of your genealogy research. Take them with you to family functions so your relatives can help you fill them out. These particular family trees are for 4 generations, which can include yourself, your parents, your grandparents and your great grandparents. Include birth and death dates, marriage information and locations where your ancestors lived. To help you keep track of your family history, print off and fill out several of these four-generation family trees
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This pedigree family tree is ready for you to fill in your ancestor's names, birth and death dates. The chart is numbered for easy record keeping. This is a great family tree chart for genealogy researchers.
Partner family trees are great for non-traditional families such as blended families, unmarried couples or same-sex couples. They also work well if you need a little more space for both sides of the family.
This landscape family tree has large areas for recording details and is perfect for showing one side of the family tree. This is a great kid's family tree because they can draw in pictures of their ancestors.
Hourglass family trees resemble an hourglass on its side. These types of family trees are nice for charting both sides of the family on one template. This hourglass family tree has room for notes.
This family tree scrapbooking idea is ideal for four generations of your ancestor's names, birth and death dates in large spaces. This family tree is excellent for a kid's family trees at school to use up scraps of paper.