Charting a Family Tree from Common Ancestor Pair

+3 votes
I'd like to collaboratively build a tree "down" from my great-great grandparents so that relatives can enter information on their respective families. This possible?
in Genealogy Help by Jim Sullivan G2G Crew (340 points)
retagged by Dorothy Barry

I may have misunderstood the original question, as I thought you wanted to get your relatives to come here to enter information, which is a great idea, although some of them may have to have an engraved invitation to get them here (if they're like some of mine wink).  

‚ÄčBut if you are wanting a paper chart with blanks they can fill in, have you considered downloading a gedcom from here, importing it into your genealogy database software (you may need to add some tags to coordinate with Wiki-Tree's,) and then printing out charts for your relatives?

1 Answer

+1 vote

Go to the profile page of one of the great-great-grandparents. Click on the FAMILY TREE tab. Select Descendants. This creates an outline down from the person on the profile page. As far as I can tell, that's the only option for printing a descendancy "chart".
by Jillaine Smith G2G6 Pilot (767k points)
Thank you, Jillian. I see that it's possible to get a list of descendents but not a chart. If I figure out how to make such a chart, I'll add a note here. Jim

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