The usefulness of genealogy information is often a function of the way in which it is presented. We therefore present our information in several formats.
For the most part, it's the same information, but a different format sometimes provides a perspective that makes it easier to find an obscure ancestor or to understand the relationships. The various formats also have their own inherent strengths and weaknesses, some of which are mentioned below. We suggest that you sample each of the formats to find the one that best suits you. If you have a particular interest in one specific individual, you may find it useful to view that person's entry in all formats.
To the extent that our filtering software allows, the names of living people under the age of 80 are usually changed to read "Living," with personal details suppressed. If you are searching for yourself or another living person, look first for a parent or grandparent, keeping in mind that women are always indexed by their maiden name. A good place to start is with one of the Group Sheet formats below.
(131,624 entries; updated 05/15/21)
Individual details and source citations are complete and well-integrated. Charts are interactive and customizable for generation depth and display format, and can show either pedigree or descendancy. Searchable and user friendly. Multiple photos per person. This is the recommended format and constitutes the bulk of this website.
(122,079 entries; updated 07/28/2018)
Individual details and source citations are complete and well-integrated. Photos are limited to one per person. Click on photo to view full-size in new window. No pedigree or descendancy display. Not suitable for mobile devices.
Narrative descendancies. listed below.
Some of these reports are very lengthy (300+ printed pages) and may load slowly. They are presented as a single HTML web page to facilitate searches within them with your browser's "Find on This Page" (Ctrl-F) search function.