Family History Charts can help you document your genealogical research. They are a great tool whether you have already done some research or if you are just starting out and do not know what genealogy software, if any, you want to use.
You can use these family tree forms to organise the information you will collect in the course of researching your family tree.
You should include the source of the information so you know where you obtained it for future reference. This makes it easier to find a record again should you need to.
I have designed free family tree charts to assist you in this regard, which I hope you will find helpful. They can all be printed and will make it easy for you to transfer the details to software or other research tools at a later date. They are all available in PDF format, so you will need to download and install Adobe Reader if you have not already done so.
These free family tree forms allow you to copy the details from the microfiche or online versions of the GRO Index. These charts are especially helpful should you access it in a record office or library.
|Birth Registrations||Marriage Registrations||Death Registrations|
These free family history charts can be used to copy details from the
microfiche or online versions of the Census.
|1841 Census||1851 Census||1861 Census|
|1871 Census||1881 Census||1891 Census|
|1901 Census||1911 Census|
These free family tree charts can be used to copy the details from either the microfiche or online versions of parish registers. In this connection, unfortunately not all parish registers are available on-line, so you may have to visit a Record Office to consult them.
These charts will make it easier to transfer information afterwards, however you have chosen to document your genealogical research.
|Baptisms pre 1813||Baptisms after 1813|
|Marriages pre 1754||Marriages 1754-1837||Marriages after 1837|
|Burials pre 1813||Burials after 1813|
These family history forms allow you to enter the basic information
about your ancestor and their families. This makes it much easier to transfer the information to your tree.
|Family Group Sheet|
It is advisable to print out a collection of these family history forms before you visit a Record Office because these types of forms are rarely, if ever, available. They can be useful should you wish to give information to other people.