4 generations highlanders in family tree tree and this isn't complete
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Family tree/tree of life by Cynthia at Ink Spot in Ottawa, Canada [first tattoo, fresh ]
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[Offer] Family tree research for one ancestor - $10 for everything I can find. (US Only)

I've been doing genealogy research for over 20 years, my focus is on the southern US but will happily research ancestors anywhere in the US. I will locate every record I can using various websites and archives both on and off Ancestry including your states historical online archives, among others. I will focus on locating documents but will also build out a small family tree for the ancestor including spouse, children, and parents if possible. Here is a link to my family tree on Ancestry if you'd like to see the work I do: Ancestry tree . I'll have results for you in one week.

For $25 I can help you with your DNA research, I can discuss this with you on a case by case basis to determine your needs and see if I'm able to help you. I'm familiar Ancestry, FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA), MyHeritage, Gedmatch, DNA Painter, and 23andMe.

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It’s the Library clerk again, thanks to all of your tremendous help, the local family tree is live!

I’ve been translating German church records from nearly 175 years ago for about a year and have posted here before as I learned to read spidery old handwriting.

I’ve discovered that the first main families of my town intermingled and hence I have one very large local family tree. There are a few families not fully connected in yet that are β€œfloating”, but feel free to check it out.

I’m planning on taking a picnic with my dog to the graveyard to take pictures of the headstones and family plots for the tree and visit some of the individuals whose entire families and descendants have been traced and uploaded to the tree.

https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/tree/160443536/family?cfpid=282096481143

Edit: it’s only on ancestry right now but when it’s finished I can export a GED ? File if anyone has family around here.

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I'm keeping a family tree of all my citizens. Interesting behaviours.

Some context:

I had the idea to keep track of everyone in my new village, and keep full family trees and see how much all the starting families would mix up.

At first, I also tried to record when a child was born, but it seemed impossible to reconcile the game years with the speed at which people age in the game. So here's how I keep track of "time":

  • Village Founded in 1000 BCE
  • I know the age of the first 12 adults (6 families)
  • When a child is born, I keep track of how old their father was at the time. Then it's a matter of [DOB Father] + [Age of Father] = [Year of Birth of child]
  • I also keep track of when someone married, again, just by writing down their ages when they move in together.

For family names, i've just decided that the children of the first generation simply kept their father's first name as family name. example: Pierrench was one of the 12 first adults, his son is called Xzavie Pierrench. This was also necessary because I've already had 2 people having the same first name twice. And this also basically makes "Nobility houses" (I've also added real coats of arms to each family).

To make things also more "medievalish" and interesting, I also gave the starting population nobility titles. The oldest person in the village was crowned King, while all other people recieved the Great Duke title.

Just a thing I should note about the nobility titles, because I applied some weird rules to them that only I know about, and probably aren't at all how they would've worked in history:

  • King > Duke/Duchess > Count/Countess > Baron/Baroness
  • Oldest child inherits the HIGHEST title of the family^1
  • Subsequent children receive the next title in line.^2
  • The oldest child of the King is the heir to the throne.
  • There's also a Village Elder title (currently still held by the first King)

In retrospect, I should probably just have given ONE king title, ONE duke title, ONE count title and ONE Baron title to 4 arbitrary villagers, with the rest of them commoners, but I'm commited to this for now.

I'm not very far yet, as only 3 people have died of Old Age so far (IIRC, I'm in about year 10-13). I plan on keeping this up, might make another thread in a few weeks/months (depending on how long I can keep this up, because I just realised I'll also have to keep track of when houses become empty again because the original owners died).

I've kept everything in an actual genealogy program, and here are some charts! (more speci

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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In Saving Mr Banks (2013), Tom Hanks wears a tie that Walt Disney wore in real life. The strange symbol is the logo for β€œSmoke Tree Ranch”, a real place in Palm Springs which was a vacation spot for Walt Disney and his family.
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UBC prof Amie Wolf who doxxed students she claimed were "white supremacists" may not be indigenous at all according to family tree, according to Professor Darryl Leroux twitter.com/DarrylLeroux/…
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TIL about a Korean folktale called The Farting Daughter-in-law or Banggwijaengi myeoneuri. It's about a woman who destroys her husband's house with one of her destructive farts which causes his family to throw her out. They take her back after she knocks fruit off a tree with her farts. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ban…
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AITA for having my daughter write a 'morbid' school family tree project?

My biological family is dead. I was raised in foster care, and so my friends are my family. I met my late husband in college. He was just raised by his mother, who had abandoned him and later died (no adoptive family). As an adult, I've looked into both trees and our biological ancestors are, to put it mildly, really dangerous people and/or dead. My late husband and older son died in a car crash.

My daughter is in kindergarten and she, more accurately me, was supposed to do a family tree project for school. I tried speaking to her teacher that this was not going to be a Pollyanna report, but she is one of those people that can't comprehend that sometimes family is a dark subject, and insisted that it needed to be biological. So, I did it.

Some of them, like her father and my son, I have actual information for aside from that they're dead. But for most of my family and her paternal family, I literally only have birth date, death date, when they would have had their kids, and cemetery information, unless they were cremated.

It was supposed to have 10 pictures, but most of the pictures I have of any ancestors are just headstones. I made a trip when my husband and I first married to take pictures of the headstones, so I included those in there. I only have 3 pictures total of my biological family, and most of them are group shots where I could only label maybe 3 people. I don't have any pictures of my late husband's family from before me and my kids, but I put some of the old ones in there too.

So while the other kids had long family trees, my daughter was basically introducing the concept of death to her kindergarten class. Now I'm getting slammed with calls from other parents, the teacher, and the principal. They're appalled that I allowed such a "morbid" report and are saying I traumatized their children. I don't think I did anything wrong. They wanted a report on her biological ancestors, I gave it, and kept it G-rated. I just didn't lie that people were alive when they weren't. I don't raise her to think that death is taboo or something to be ashamed of anyway. Death is part of life. Most of her/my family is dead, so talking about family just means talking about death, and it's just something you have to accept. AITA?

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made a flightless family tree!
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Sorry I'm not totally caught-up with the entire family tree (Thanks, Finals) but here's something. Hopefully the reasoning is clear tho.
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I am trans and transitioned almost 5 years ago. My family has been slow to come around but this year my uncle made a family tree for my grandparents and included my new name on it
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When you don’t have a family tree
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After leaving an abusive relationship, being homeless, unemployed, no family except my 2 yr daughter. I get to hang this on my tree and it means so much
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I present to you,the family tree of r/Eldenring
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Billie Jean was found tied to a tree outside of her owners house in North Philly. Her owner had passed away and the family tied her to a tree as their way of getting rid of her. She was about a year old when i adopted her. She's now almost 3 and there is nothing in this world i love more. Nothing.
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Brazilian X1A2 Carcara tank of the 1980s; the last member of the M3 Stuart family tree
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bUt wHaT aBoUt oUr fAmiLy tReE?
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Just finished the Xrd story mode! Made a quick Badguy Family Tree to get my facts straight
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Very irresponsible of the large family to all be on a single tree branch. The parents should be held accountable.
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Family of Mississippi man found hanged from tree file lawsuit to reopen case, attorney says clarionledger.com/story/n…
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My whole family tree dating back to the 1600s
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completed dream smp family tree 😎
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Hip Hop Family Tree, an absolute classic
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A portrait family tree comprised of just my grandparents of whom I've located photos (23 of them)! I made this for myself, but after feeling rather proud of how much progress I've made in just the past months with my research, figured someone on here might find this interesting, too!
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My brother was killed by a drunk driver this year and I made these pieces for my family out of a chunk of his Christmas tree he chopped down last year.
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My family setting up the christmas tree
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Definitive Family Tree of the Tolkien Legendarium (V5, now with dark mode!)
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Cool Brand β€œfamily tree”
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1914: Great-Great Aunt Belle. The first openly lesbian member of my family tree who spent years solo traveling through Europe after quitting her job as a teacher in Upstate New York. Who taught my grandfather how to drive when he was 12 and who never once conformed to a single social norm.
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Explaining how genetics work through a family tree of gummy bears.
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Could a homegrown coronavirus strain be partly to blame for California's surge? β€” Two independent research groups found a new branch of the virus’ family tree β€” one whose sudden rise and distinctive mutations have made it a prime suspect in California’s vicious holiday surge. latimes.com/science/story…
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Now for an entire family tree
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Family tree goes brrrr....
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A visual guide to a family tree
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[OC] Tofu Family Tree - Made this for a tofu sampling party with my family!
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Since we seem to be a kind of people thats sadly dying out, i wanted to share our christmas tree - for my entire life my family only ever had real candles on the christmas tree. :)
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Family tree ❀️
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TIL Confucius' family tree is the longest recorded extant pedigree in the world. There are 2 million registered modern descendants, with major branches in Korea (where his family was invited by the Goryeo dynasty in 1351) and Taiwan (where family members fled during the Chinese civil war) taiwannews.com.tw/en/news…
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Just thinking about the fact that most starter families in the Sims 2 had at least a couple generations already added to their family tree.

I was looking at the Smith family tree and I was surprised to see they have four generations already loaded in there. They also have relationships established with their neighbors.

Idk, I think it's just a really nice touch that helps you get into a real story line.

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The Blazkowicz Family Tree (Now with Anya's family)
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