I you have a desktop genealogy program, RootsMagic being only one of many examples, you can readily generate a pedigree chart such as the one you mention, with 4, 5 (most common format), or 6 generations. This is a standard report in any genealogy program. You also usually Generate “cascading” pedigree charts. In this case you specify the number of generations (frequently there is no limit) and the software will generate as many charts as needed, and they will all be cross linked. If a person or a couple appears on more than one chart that is usually noted as well.