THIS GENEALOGY INDEX WORKBOOK INCLUDES:
✓ Introduction with a chart and instructions.
✓ Generation 1 – For the youngest person or sibling group in the tree (gender-neutral, LGBTQAI+ friendly).
There is an unstructured space that can be used to include partners.
✓ Generation 2 for “Parents” (gender-neutral, LGBTQAI+ friendly, one person per page)
✓ Historic events experienced by the 3rd generation
✓ Generation 3 (one person per page)
✓ Historic events experienced by the 4th generation
✓ Generation 4 (one person per page)
✓ Historic events experienced by the 5th generation
✓ Generation 5 (one person per page)
✓ Historic events experienced by the 6th generation
✓ Generation 6 (two people per page)
✓ Historic events experienced by the 7th generation
✓ Generation 7 (four people per page)
✓ Historic events experienced by the 8th generation
✓ Generation 8 (eight people per page)
✓ Historic Events experienced by the 9th-12th generations
✓ Pedigree charts for generations 9-12 (four generations per page)
✓ 5 pages for notes
✓ A page to credit the people involved in researching the family’s history as you work on this book.
✓ 2 reference charts
*The marriage section has 2 lines per person in the recent generations.
The extra line can be used to document additional marriages and other data or to write in charming notes about the couple’s love story.
This antique-style paperback book has room for you to record the first 4,095 people in your family line. Create a valuable heirloom while documenting your genealogy research!
This journal contains everything you need to create an index of the first twelve generations of your ancestors. Document your genealogy research by hand in this lovely keepsake… You’ll be creating a treasured historical document for future generations to enjoy while discovering your own heritage.
HOW IT WORKS
A numbered chart system makes it easy to see how the pages connect, and there are areas where you can write notes about any historical events that your family members may have experienced, witnessed, or survived.
Generations 1-10 of your lineage have lines where you can enter information next to the following prompts: Name, Born, Died, Married [with 2 lines to record multiple marriages or charming details], and Notes.
The 11th and 12th generations have room for only names and dates.
EQUALITY & REPRESENTATION
The first two generations of this paperback genealogy journal are gender-neutral/LGBTQAI+ friendly. The individuals in the first couple are labeled “Parent” instead of Mother and Father. The first generation can be used to record an individual or a sibling group. There is an unstructured notes section, where you can write in partners/spouses, siblings, or any other personal information you wish to include.