Five Generation Birthplace Charts

These birthplace charts are all the rage on genealogy blogs and Facebook right now. I created one for my lineage (with my father’s line being my adoptive father’s ancestors) and another one for my husband’s lineage. They are quite interesting, but if it went back a bit further, it would suddenly get quite a bit more interesting on several branches.

The charts begin with me (on the top chart) and my husband and go through our great-great-grandparents. The paternal lines are on the top of each pair and they have been color-coded by U.S. state or country.

  • My official chart with my newly discovered biological father and his family can be found here.
SLP Birthplace Pedigree Chart

My Five Generation Birthplace Chart

MBP Birthplace Pedigree Chart

My Husband’s Five Generation Birthplace Chart

The template I used was posted by Miriam Robbin at AnceStories. You can check out #MyColorfulAncestry on Twitter and Facebook to see charts created by others.

 

About nvlynnae

I am a 52 year old mom of a 32 year old daughter and a 19 year old son. I'm happily married and I homeschooled the whole way through. Our youngest has been diagnosed as having Asperger's and I have an Atypical form of Parkinsonism, BPPV, Pseudo Cushings, Fibromyalgia, AGHD, and more. My family means everything to me! I am a northern Nevadan Christian working from home mom who also blogs and loves some of the social media communities. I also started as a doTerra Wellness Advocate on my 50th birthday. I'm a self-proclaimed advocate for Asperger's Syndrome, all of the Autism Spectrum Disorders, and special needs in general. I am usually found blogging, pinning, tweeting, and posting about homeschooling, genealogy, Parkinsonism, being Gluten-Free, books, recipes, and anything else on our family's Christian Journey...
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1 Response to Five Generation Birthplace Charts

  1. Pingback: My Official Five Generation Birthplace Chart ~ Now With My Biological Father’s Family | Digging For Ancestors

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