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Ancestry

Most number of generations in an ancestral line where all parent/child relationships have source citations that are adequately complete and accurate

  1. 10 generations from Vito Lo Cascio to Justin Cascio -><-
  2. 9 generations from Roger Schmeeckle to Jacob Schmücklin -><-
  3. 7 generations from Megan Stills to Baltzer Culp -><-

Most number of generations in an ancestral line where all parent/child relationships meet the Board of Certified Genealogist's genealogical proof standard

Most number of parent/child relationships in an eight generation ancestral tree which have source citations that are adequately complete and accurate

  1. 116

Outstanding Profiles

  1. Collaborative Profile of the Week
  2. Profile of the Week Winners
  3. Notable Knockouts
  4. Gallery of Examples

Outstanding Photographs

  1. Photo of the Week

Living persons with ancestry from the most number of different countries within 8 generations

  1. Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg-1 11: Austria, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Monaco, Poland, Prussia, Russia.
  2. Norman-1065 10: United States, England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Sweden, The Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Finland
  3. Whalen-430 8: Ireland, Germany, Slovenia, Austria, Romania, Ukraine, Israel, United States.
  4. Jones-7503 7: Croatia, Germany, Ireland, Poland, Prussia, Slovenia, United States.
  5. Mckinnon-571 7: Scotland, Canada, Jamaica, Prussia, Germany, United States, Norway.
  6. Athey-67 7: Canada, England, Germany, Ireland, Scotland, Switzerland, United States
  7. Kline-958 7: United States, Greece, England, Ireland, Wales, Prussia, Duchy of Oldenburg
  8. Dardinger-2 7: France, Germany, Ireland, Scotland, Switzerland, United States, Wales
  9. Mac_Rae-4 6: Scotland, South Africa, England, Germany, Denmark, Norway
  10. Pierpont-94 6: Canada, England, Germany, Ireland, United States, Wales.
  11. Bogdonoff-1 (husband of Jillaine) 6: Canada, Poland, Russia, Scotland, Sweden, United States.
  12. Brown-8212 6: Austria, Canada, England, Ireland, Netherlands, United States.
  13. Greg Lavoie 6: USA, Canada, France, Belgium, Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, and Duchy of Luxembourg
  14. Mullins-2069 5: Germany, Italy, Ireland, Canada (French-Canadian), United States.
  15. Lavoie-74 5: Canada, United States, England, Scotland, Sweden.

Living persons with ancestry from the most number of different continents within 8 generations

Most number of generations in which a person's ancestors are all known and they are all from one country Country must not be an immigrant country such as Australia, Canada, United States, or South Africa, etc.

  1. 5 generations from the Netherlands for Boonstra-109
  2. 4 generations from England for Coleman-5109 GEDmatch M457794

Most number of identified ancestors back to their 5th great-grandparents (max 254)

  1. 254 by Doris Lavoie
  2. 250 by H.M. The Queen
  3. 250 by HRH the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
  4. 250 by Roland Arsenault
  5. 248 by Gil Lavoie
  6. 240 by Greg Lavoie
  7. 223 by William Arbuthnot
  8. 202 by John Schmeeckle
  9. 202 by Ellen Smith
  10. 151 by Peter Roberts
  11. 151 by William Foster

Most number of ancestors and no known ancestral connection with Wikitree's One World Family Tree

  1. ??
  2. ??

Greatest number of portraits of their 126 ancestors back to their 4th great-grandparents.

  1. 58 by Sir William Arbuthnot
  2. 54 by H M The Queen
  3. 42 by Kyle Dane
  4. 25 by Vincent-18
  5. 24 by Ayer-961
  6. 23 by Andrew-373

Earliest photograph of a person

  1. Daniel Gill, b. 1757 He was photographed prior to 1844.
  2. Janet Baird, d 1851 Sir William Arbuthnot's great great great grandmother.
  3. Walter Biggar, d 1867 Sir William Arbuthnot's great great great grandfather.
  4. Michael Schirck and family 1864 , Sharon Troy Centanne 's great great grandfather
  5. Arthur McInaney b c 1811 Darlene Athey's great-great-grandfather
  6. James Murphy b. 1816 He was photographed in 1875 when arrested for the murder of Mary Boland and subsequently his wife Elizabeth Murphy.
  7. James Quinlivan b. 1823 Darlene Athey's great-great-grandfather
  8. George Washington Blalock, b. 1836 J. Salsbery's great-great grandfather

Earliest home of a person

  1. Holme Pierrepont Hall, 1500
  2. Pieter Wyckoff House, 1652

Living persons who are the most distant cousins from each other

  1. 26th cousins twice removed for Lianne Lavoie and John Cruz -><-
  2. 26th cousins for Williams-61032 and Cruz-788 -><-
  3. 24th cousins for Stuart-1744 and Randolph-1145 -><-
  4. 22nd cousins four times removed for Lianne Lavoie and Michael Stills -><-
  5. 22nd cousins twice removed forMichelle Hartley and Terry Wright
  6. 22nd cousins twice removed forMichelle Hartley and Karen Tobo
  7. 14 cousins twice removed forMichelle Hartley and Douglas Lockwood-><-
  8. 21st cousins twice removed for Michelle Hartley and Peter Roberts -><-
  9. 21st cousins twice removed for Lianne Lavoie and Sir William Arbuthnot -><-
  10. 20th cousins twice removed for Scott Bugbee and Richard Ryker -><-

title=Special:Relationship&action=calculate&person1_name=Lavoie-74&person2_name=Roberts-7085 -><-]

  1. 19th cousins twice removed for Alison Andrus and Michelle Hartley
  2. 18th cousins once removed for Terry Wright and Peter Roberts -><-
  3. 18th cousins 1 times removed for Douglas Lockwood and Peter Roberts


Most number of generations in a direct paternal line which has not been Y-DNA tested

  1. 25 generations from Arbuthnot-159 to de Swinton-2

Most number of generations in a direct maternal line which has not been mtDNA tested

  1. 10 generations from [1] to [2]

USA Presidents

Greatest number of U.S. Presidents to whom there is a proven (by Wikitree) relationship

  1. 42 / 44. John Beardsley Missing van Buren, Wilson
  2. 41 / 44. Marty Acks. Need van Buren, McKinley and Wilson
  3. 41 /44. Michael Stills Reagan (uncertain) A. Jackson, W. Wilson, D. Eisenhower.-><-
  4. 40 / 45. Sir William Arbuthnot. Need van Buren, Jackson, Eisenhauer, Kennedy and Trump.
  5. 40 / 44 Ruth Ledbetter Need Van Buren, W Wilson, McKinley. and Reagan
  6. 40 / 44. Kitty Smith. Need van Buren, McKinley , Wilson and Reagan
  7. 40 / 44. Scott Ledbetter Needs van Buren, McKinley, Wilson And Reagan
  8. 40 / 44. Cathy Clark needs Wilson, McKinley, Buchanan, and Jackson
  9. 39 / 44. Enrique Aguiluz Needs van Buren, McKinley, Wilson, Jackson, And Eisenhauer
  10. 39 / 44. Trudy Roach Reagan (uncertain), Needs Van Buren, McKinley, A Jackson, W Wilson, and Eisenhauer.
  11. 39 / 44. Scott Dalrymple. Need van Buren, Jackson, McKinley, Wilson, Trump. (Reagan uncertain.)
  12. 39 / 45. Ellen Smith - All except Jackson, McKinley, Wilson, Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Trump (but Truman uncertain and some of the other relationships look very dubious).
  13. 39 / 45 George Kellogg, needs Jackson, van Buren, McKinley, Eisenhower, Kennedy Trump.
  14. 37 / 44. Penman
  15. 35 / 44. Douglas Lockyear

DNA

Y-DNA and mtDNA results must be in YSearch or MitoSearch for verification

Surname DNA project with most number of participants in WikiTree

  1. Jones - 68

Most number of generations in a direct maternal line which has been mtDNA tested

  1. 32 generations from Timberlake-174 to Corbeil-25 -> mid + mid <-
  2. 24 generations from Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg-1 to Haro-15 -><- fix
  3. 23 generations from Sachsen-Coburg_und_Gotha-25 to Pfannberg-1 -><-
  4. 21 generations from Duldig-2 to Roet-3 -><-
  5. 15 generations from Gill-1291 to Sharpe-172 -><-
  6. 15 generations from Metz-1008 to Le_Sueur-16 -><-
  7. 14 generations from Adams-21565 to Eldred-586 -><-
  8. 14 generations from Beardsley-386 to Sauvagie-2 -><-
  9. 14 generations from Burton-3933 to Beaudinet-1 -><-
  10. 13 generations from Lavoie-802 to Challe-7 -><-
  11. 13 generations from Tillman-416 to Hamon-244-><-
  12. 13 generations from Wilson-19982 to Adams-18154 -><-
  13. 13 generations from Arsenault-64 to Rau-71
  14. 13 generations from Bozoian-2 to Gallion-53 -><-
  15. 12 generations from Smith-40964 to Wickendon-2 Direct maternal line is Smith-40964 to Blanchard-3449 -><- and Blanchard-3449 to Wickendon-2 -><-
  16. 12 generations from Friebel-7 to End_Of_The_Line-1 -><-
  17. 12 generations from Wood-6960 to Bacon-764 -><-
  18. 12 generations from Townsend-4279 to Turner-97
  19. 11 generations from Powers-2172 to Unknown-292180 -><-
  20. 11 generations from Koskinen-15 to Unknown-201315
  21. 11 generations from Maybury-32 to Watkins-3708 -><-
  22. 11 generations from Walsh-1940 to Bodeleau-1 -><-
  23. 11 generations from Brander-34 to Arbuthnot-994 -><-
  24. 11 generations from Friebel-7 to Beaudinet-1 -><-
  25. 11 generations from Crabtree-822 to Bernard-55 -><-
  26. 10 generations from Gill-4417 to Reid-680 -><-
  27. 10 generations from Murphy-7888 to Lefranc-1 -><-
  28. 10 generations from Wickboldt-1 to Ivarsdatter-52 -><-
  29. 10 generations from Miller-16007 to Martin-29170 -><-
  30. 9 generations from Bartlett-3702 to Watkins-3708 -><-
  31. 9 generations from Kovach-110 to Moore-20479 -><-
  32. 9 generations from Athey-67 to Unknown-226816 -><-
  33. 8 generations from Ittermann-7 to Kremer-463 -><-
  34. 8 generations from Stead-417 to Shea-670 -><-
  35. 8 generations from Lykins-104 to Lane-987 -><-
  36. 8 generations from White-10484 to Unknown-195059 -><-
  37. 7 generations from Vincent-18 to Unknown-334766 -><-
  38. 7 generations from Key-2986 to Golden-1942 [[3]]
  39. 6 generations from Lavoie-74 to Unknown-179673 -><-

Most number of generations in a direct paternal line which has been Y-DNA tested

  1. 59 generations from Gragg-349 to Ui_Eremoin-1 -> mid + mid <-
  2. 58 generations from Newberry-1070 to Wodensson-2
  3. 47 generations from Phillips-9858 to Mac_Cairbe-1
  4. 46 generations from Combs-919 to Freawineasson-5
  5. 45 generations from Blevins-461 to Ap_Coel-2
  6. 42 generations from Orléans-102 to Neustria-20
  7. 36 generations from Drummond-153 to Hungary-129
  8. 35 generations from Carpenter-6278 to Gouy-2
  9. 35 generations from Scott-393 to Balliol-25
  10. 34 generations from Foster-7068 to Neustria-3
  11. 33 generations from Randolph-1145 to Vannes-7
  12. 32 generations from Prather-963 to Lord_of_de_Rie_Baron-1
  13. 32 generations from Warren-1224 to Seigneur_de_Nogent-1
  14. 32 generations from Weaver-3569 to De_Vere-225
  15. 30 generations from Martin-24097 to Caineis-3 -><-
  16. 29 generations Cole-11453 to Cole-3238 -><-
  17. 29 generations from Grant-5210 to Grandt-7 -><-
  18. 29 generations from Pierpont-94 to Pierrepont-45 -><-
  19. 28 generations from Davenport-3854 to Of_Mercia-70 -><-
  20. 28 generations from Prouse-92 to De_Cailly-4
  21. 28 generations from Wolcott-607 to Wolcott-450 -><-
  22. 28 generations from Calhoun-1293 to Colquhoun-82 -><-
  23. 28 generations from Stewart-13522 to FitzFlaald-16 -><-
  24. 28 generations from Spencer-2442 to Berges-12 -><-
  25. 26 generations from Harington-168 to Haverington-11 -><-
  26. 26 generations from Garrett-1435 to FitzGerald-2692 -><-
  27. 25 generations from Lee-8814 to Lega-5 -><-
  28. 25 generations from Greene-2972 to Zouche-164 -><-
  29. 24 generations from Johnston-1973 to Johnstone-1213 -><-
  30. 23 generations from Weaver-3466 to Weaver-220 -><-
  31. 23 generations from Lockwood-1016 to Lister-432 -><-
  32. 23 generations from MacDonald-2493 to Gillebride-1 -><-
  33. 19 generations from Peyton-717 to Peyton-949 -><-
  34. 19 generations from Baker-14768 to Baker-18898 -><-
  35. 18 generations from Snow-2128 to Snow-2831 -><-
  36. 17 generations from Haviland-425 to DeHaviland-5 -><-
  37. 17 generations from Pitts-657 to Pitt-152 -><-
  38. 16 generations from Christian-1616 to McCrystyn-3 -><-
  39. 16 generations from Farrar-559 to Ferror-9 -><-
  40. 16 generations from Hopkins-4110 to Hopkins-976 -><-
  41. 16 generations from Page-5937 to Page-4988 -><-
  42. 16 generations from Smith-49749 to Smyth-47 -><-
  43. 15 generations from Athey-163 to Athy-32 -><-
  44. 15 generations from Crews-343 to Crew-96 -><-
  45. 15 generations from Harvey-3109 to Harvey-1367 -><-
  46. 15 generations from Stiles-1327 to Styles-581 -><-
  47. 14 generations from Abner-151 to Abney-666 -><-
  48. 14 generations from Beardsley-386 to Beardsley-129 -><-
  49. 14 generations from Bowers-1951 to Bunker-228 -><-
  50. 14 generations from Beabout-40 to Bybau-4 -><-
  51. 14 generations from Gardiner-1872 to Gardiner-279 -><-
  52. 14 generations from Hays-336 to Hayes-3038 -><-
  53. 14 generations from Powers-3311 to Powers-675 -><-
  54. 13 generatons from Eldridge-2090 to Eldred-82 -><-
  55. 13 generatons from Fulkerson-232 to Veile-2 -><-
  56. 13 generations from Kyle-826 to Kyle-335 -><-
  57. 13 generations from Perkins-3432 to Perkins-1401 -><-
  58. 13 generations from Wing-403 to Wing-166 -><-
  59. 12 generations from Applegate-547 to Applegate-55 -><-
  60. 12 generations from Davis-1900 to Davis-42235 -><-
  61. 12 generations from Ellis-6226 to Ellis-6388 -><-
  62. 12 generations from Hull-2993 to Hull-514 -><-
  63. 12 generations from Kingsman-119 to Kingsman-182 -><-
  64. 12 generatons from Main-737 to Mayne-318 -><-
  65. 12 generations from Warthen-14 to Wathen-140 -><-
  66. 12 generations from Tharp-872 to Thorpe-1946 -><-
  67. 11 generations from Ayers-1192 to Ayer-35 -><-
  68. 11 generations from Bartlett-3702 to Bartlett-4194 -><-
  69. 11 generations from Bowen-1368 to Bowen-480 -><-
  70. 11 generations -><-
  71. 11 generations from Tharp-469 to Thorpe-1946 -><-
  72. 11 generations from Thorp-795 to Thorpe-1946 -><-
  73. 10 generatons from Alfthan-3 to Eriksson-2061-><-
  74. 10 generations from Beason-22 to Beeson-35 -><-
  75. 10 generations from Butler-8781 to Butler-265 -><-
  76. 10 generations from Chadwickt-1021 to Chadwick-1191 -><-
  77. 10 generations from Clark-14441 to Clarke-5177 -><-
  78. 10 generations from Fritts-18 to Fritz-569 -><-
  79. 10 generations from Smith-59623 to Smith-1852 -><-
  80. 10 generations from Tracy-801 to Tracey-234 -><-


Persons who have been auDNA tested who have the most complete ancestral tree extending back six generations a regular 6 generation tree has 126 ancestors

  1. 126 ancestors Arsenault-64
  2. 126 ancestors Lavoie-75
  3. 126 ancestors Lavoie-802
  4. 125 ancestors Arbuthnot-53
  5. 120 ancestors Schmeeckle-1
  6. 119 ancestors (two of those are missing surnames) Lavoie-74
  7. 114 ancestors Smith-62120
  8. 94 ancestors Foster-86
  9. 92 ancestors Anderson-23510
  10. 92 ancestors Stills-18 Stills Pedigree Completion Chart
  11. 78 ancestors Athey-67

auDNA testers with a GEDmatch ID who trace all their ancestors back at least four generations to the same country (of indigenous origin).

auDNA testers with ancestry from only one country

auDNA testers with a GEDmatch ID who trace all their ancestors back at least four generations to an endogamous group.


  1. Acadian Arsenault-64
  2. Ashkenazi
  3. Bahamian Roberts-9334
  4. Early Colonial America
  5. Mennonite


Direct maternal line with the most number of generations confirmed by matching mtDNA of distant cousins

  1. 19 generations from Duldig-2 to Neville-219 confirmed by the matching mtDNA of Duldig-2 and York-1245
  2. 8 generations from Weatherford-199 to Malone-715 confirmed by the matching mtDNA of Weatherford-199 and Zimmerman-1613
  3. 8 generations from Lavoie-74 to Unknown-179673 confirmed by the matching mtDNA of Lavoie-74 and Shidler-43
  4. 6 generations from Higgs-574 to Archer-1069 confirmed by the matching mtDNA of Higgs-574 and Sawyer-1305


Direct paternal line with the most number of generations confirmed by matching Y-DNA of distant cousins

  1. 12 generations from Bourbon-Parma-14 to Bourbon-105 confirmed by the matching Y haplotypes of Bourbon-Parma-14 and Orléans-102
  2. 11 generations from Beardsley-386 to Beardsley-17 confirmed by the matching Y haplotypes of Beardsley-386 and Beardsley-880;
  3. 11 generations from Tharp-872 to Tharp-306 confirmed by the matching Y haplotypes of Tharp-872, Tharp-469, and Thorp-795.
  4. 10 generations from Athey-163 to Athy-2 confirmed by the matching Y haplotypes of Athey-68 and Athey-170
  5. 10 generations from Prather-963 to Prather-72 confirmed by the matching Y haplotypes of Prather-963 and Prater-397
  6. 9 generations from Bennett-5884 to Bennet-95 confirmed by the matching Y haplotypes of Bennett-5884 and Bennett-6671
  7. 10 generations from Garrison-4000 to Garrison-1262 confirmed by the matching Y haplotypes of Garison-4000 and Garrison-3977 -><-

Most number of parent/child relationships in an eight generation tree which are Confirmed with DNA and properly sourced for independent verification

  1. 26 parent/child relationships for Roberts-7085 The parent/child relationships from Dekle-5 to Wise-1341 does not yet have the X-DNA match in GEDmatch for independent verification.


Persons with the most number of ancestral haplogroups as revealed by Y-DNA and mtDNA testing (including 23andMe)

  1. Roberts-7085 with 19 Y-DNA and 9 mtDNA


Most complete X-DNA 7 generation ancestral tree (for an auDNA and X-DNA tested female)

  1. 77 out of 86 ancestors for Martin-11379
  2. 69 out of 86 ancestors for Lavoie-74
  3. 59 out of 86 ancestors for Smith-62120
  4. 52 out of 86 ancestors for Weatherford-199
  5. 45 out of 86 ancestors for Darlene Athey

Most complete X-DNA 7 generation ancestral tree (for an auDNA and X-DNA tested male)

  1. 50 out of 53 ancestors for Arsenault-64
  2. 45 out of 53 ancestors for Schmeeckle-1
  3. 33 out of 53 ancestors for Foster-86

Most distant X-DNA cousins with a shared X chromosome segment

Earliest Direct Paternal Line Ancestor with Two Sons Who have Living Male Direct Paternal Line Decendants

  1. Bretagne-186 need to confirm

G2G

Top G2G contributors

Global Family Reunion

Different countries or nations with a person who is connected to A.J.

In alphabetical order:

  1. Albania -><-
  2. Alsace-Lorraine -><-
  3. Antigua -><-
  4. Argentina -><-
  5. Australia -><-
  6. Armenia -><-
  7. Bahamas -><-
  8. Brazil -><-
  9. Canada -><-
  10. China -><-
  11. Czech Republic -><-
  12. England -><-
  13. Denmark -><-
  14. Estonia -><-
  15. Falkland Islands -><-
  16. Finland -><-
  17. France -><-
  18. Germany -><-
  19. Greece -><-
  20. Haiti -><-
  21. India -><-
  22. Iran -><-
  23. Ireland -><-
  24. Italy -><-
  25. Japan -><-
  26. Kenya -><-
  27. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies -><-
  28. Malta -><-
  29. Mexico -><-
  30. Nepal -><-
  31. Netherlands -><-
  32. Nigeria -><-
  33. Norway -><-
  34. Pitcairn Island -><-
  35. Poland -><-
  36. Portugal-><-
  37. Rhodesia-><-
  38. Russia-><-
  39. Saudi Arabia -><-
  40. Scotland -><-
  41. South Africa -><-
  42. Spain -><-
  43. Sweden -><-
  44. Ukraine -><-
  45. United States -><-
  46. Wales -><-
  47. Western Samoa -><-
  48. Zambia -><-
  49. Zimbabwe -><-

Living persons with the greatest degree of separation from A.J.

  1. 67 degrees for Michel Laji and A.J. Jacobs
  2. 56 degrees for Bjarne Pedersen and A.J. Jacobs and Tony Bradley and A.J. Jacobs.
  3. 55 degrees for Jens Warncke and A.J. Jacobs
  4. 52 degrees for Vojta Šádek and A.J. Jacobs and Lars Vad and A.J. Jacobs


Ancestors with the greatest degree of separation from A.J.

  1. 63 degrees between Hannah Wright and A.J. Jacobs
  2. 51 degrees between Muhammad and A.J. Jacobs
  3. 44 degrees between Samuel Woods and A.J. Jacobs
  4. https://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:Connection&action=connect&person1Name=Jacobs-2987&person2Name=S%C3%A4lg%C3%B6-2 38 degrees between Carl-Eric Salgo and A. j. Jacobs]
  5. 37 degrees between John Brooks and A.J. Jacobs
  6. 37 degrees between Sarah Fisher and A.J. Jacobs
  7. 36 degrees between Charlie Brooks and A.J. Jacobs
  8. 34 degrees between John Elson and A.J. Jacobs
  9. 26 degrees between President William McKinley and A.J. Jacobs

Most number of ancestors AND no known connection to A.J.

  1. 60 direct ancestors and no known connection between A.J. and Rachel Whalen.
  2. 55 direct ancestors and no known connection between A.J. and Matthew Gerrard.

Most number of portraits in a relationship calculation with A.J.

  1. 21/23 portraits shown for the relationship calculation for Erik XIV Vasa and A.J. Jacobs
  2. 15 /17 portraits shown for the relationship calculation for Zara Phillips and A.J. Jacobs
  3. 14 /16 portraits shown for the relationship calculation for H.M. the Queen and A.J. Jacobs
  4. 13 / 37 portraits shown for the relationship calculation for Christine Searle and A.J. Jacobs
  5. 9 / 21 portraits shown for the relationship calculation for Darlene Athey Hill and A.J. Jacobs

Living Persons with highest number of green to orange color switches indicating the lowest blood relationship (highest number of relationships through marriage) found in a relationship calculation with A.J.

  1. 7 switches for the relationship calculation for Billy Wallace and A.J. Jacobs
  2. 7 switches for the relationship calculation for Samuel Woods and A.J. Jacobs
  3. 6 switches for the relationship calculation for Greg Slade and A.J. Jacobs

Profiles

Individual with the most children who are recorded on wikitree

  1. 65 children of Herber Chase Kimball [4]
  2. 64 children of John William Hess [5]
  3. 63 children of John Doyle Lee [6]
  4. 57 children of Milo Andrus [7]
  5. 56 children of Brigham Young [8]
  6. 53 children of Dudley Leavitt [9]
  7. 52 children of Dominicus Carter [10]
  8. 51 children of Thomas Grover [11]
  9. 50 children of Lot Smith [12]
  10. 48 children of Thomas Chamberlain [13]
  11. 41 children of Elias Gardner [14]
  12. 37 children of Lorenzo Snow [15]
  13. 31 children of Miles Park Romney [16]


Individual with the most grandchildren who are recorded on wikitree

  1. 101 grandchildren of Miles Park Romney [17]

Highest Monthly Contribution without a GEDCOM upload by an Individual

Highest Monthly Contribution by an Individual

  1. 51,431 in May 2011
  2. 28,737 in June 2012
  3. 27,084 in December 2013






Collaboration

On 30 Apr 2018 at 21:55 GMT John Cruz wrote:

Living persons who are the most distant cousins from each other:

Williams-61032 and Cruz-788

On 29 Aug 2017 at 22:50 GMT Danielle (Hill) Ketcham wrote:

I think I have 350+ ancestors, and no connection to AJ :)

On 12 Apr 2017 at 02:08 GMT Dawn Ellis wrote:

Typo I think:

auDNA testers with a GEDmatch ID who trace all their ancestors back at least four generations to an endogamous group.


Arcadian Arsenault-64

On 11 Apr 2017 at 02:04 GMT Dawn Ellis wrote:

Peter, I think I or my kids might qualify for the au-dna 6+ generations also.

On 23 Feb 2017 at 18:24 GMT Jamie Nelson wrote:

I have ancestors from 9 different countries within 8 generations: Australia, Denmark, England, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Scotland, Sweden & United states

On 24 Dec 2016 at 01:34 GMT A. C. Raper wrote:

RE: Ancestors from all one country - I'm not sure how you are counting but I have all from England - https://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/Raper-Family-Tree-183

1) Me (All Yorkshire) 2) Parents (All Yorkshire) 3) Grandparents (All Yorkshire) 4) Great Grandparents (7 Yorkshire; 1 Surrey) 5) 2nd Great Grandparents (12 Yorkshire; 1 Cheshire; 1 Suffolk; 1 Hertfordshire; 1 Worcestershire)

Past this I have 1 from Wales, 3 from Ireland, and the rest all English, and two unknown 3rd Great Grandfathers.

On 23 Mar 2016 at 12:05 GMT Matthew Cutler wrote:

The tree of Japanese emperors is now connected to the Big Tree. This path (to a Japanese emperor, an ancestor of the current emperor), at 78 degrees, is currently longer than any of the paths currently in the list of “Ancestors with the greatest degree of separation from A.J.”.

On 30 Jul 2015 at 16:13 GMT William Lindsay wrote:

Equal most distant cousins from each other so far, Lianne Lavoie and William Lindsay as being 24th Cousins.

This was reckoned as William F Lindsay (Lindsay-1783) being 23rd Cousin 1x removed from Lianne as on the 25 generation limit.

What do you think?

Lindsay-1778

On 23 Jun 2015 at 12:43 GMT Vincent Piazza wrote:

On the most contributions in a month: Not only did Larry do this in one month, he did this in 78 minutes. 11 contributions per second without stopping for 78 minutes. It must have worn him down unfortunately. He's only made an average of 1 contribution per 48 hours since the hour of the miracle! :D

On 22 Feb 2015 at 10:35 GMT Michael Stills wrote:

Michael Hruska-39 , 34 degrees from AJ

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