Monday, April 14, 2008

15 Generation Chart

Several of our new members in the Chula Vista Genealogical Society have marveled at the 15-generation chart that my friend, John, has in his research notebook. He can see immediately where his elusive ancestors reside, and he can find relationships fairly easily.

John bought his 15 generation chart at Stevenson's Genealogy Center, LLC at . The 15 generation chart is at and measures 23 inches by 29 inches (it folds up into 8.5 by 11 with holes for the research notebook. They also have a 12 generation chart at

These charts are only 95 cents each, plus shipping. You probably only need one!

The bigger problem is putting the names, dates and places onto the chart accurately and legibly. I solved that problem about 14 years ago - I had a friend who does calligraphy put names on the chart I bought from NEHGS. There is a picture of it here. That chart shows only my father's ancestry - not my mother's. I still have the master chart somewhere - I need to find another friend who does calligraphy and have my mother's chart made. Then I need to find enough wall space in the house to display both charts.


Anonymous said...

Hey this chart was pretty useful, I was needing it for a university homework and I got it at Sildenafil store. It's excellent.

Sildenafil said...

Yes, that's the problem I just need one of them, I think the value is a little bit expensive but it could be perfect to get the whole generation chart.

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