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Family Tree Chart, 9 Generations Plus Free Worksheet and Free Tip Sheet


Family Tree Chart, 9 Generations Plus Free Worksheet and Free Tip Sheet


$24.95


Our original full color Live Oak Family Tree print displays 9 generations on one side of the ivory parchment look paper. Lines connect the blocks to make it easy to chart your generations. An open heart is perfect for recording a special marriage. 255 blocks record the first 8 generations, 128 blocks across the top pair husband and wife for a total of 256 names in the 9th generation. 15 bonus colu…

Family Tree Chart


Family Tree Chart


$18.95


14×18″ size full color pedigree chart features my original live oak art. 31 name blocks are generous enough to record complete names and dates as well. You can even get in an extra generation by putting youngsters among the roots. The largest block on the trunk is 2 1/2″ wide by 1 1/4″ tall. The next 2 generation block levels are 2″ wide by 3/4″ tall. Others are a roomy 1 1/2″ wide by 3/4″ tall. T…

Hand & Footprint Picture Frame Kit for Growing Boys and Girls, Baby Footprint and Handprint Wood Frames with Premium Clay, Perfect Baby Shower Gift for Registry by Long Way


Hand & Footprint Picture Frame Kit for Growing Boys and Girls, Baby Footprint and Handprint Wood Frames with Premium Clay, Perfect Baby Shower Gift for Registry by Long Way


$19.99


Your Baby Won’t Stay Little Forever, BUT You Can Capture This Moment Easy DIY Craft Creates Lasting Hand or Footprint Impressions Our baby footprint kits and handprint kits are a fun DIY project for everyone from novice to experienced crafters. Simply knead the soft, non-toxic clay, make the impression of baby’s hand/foot, add the photos and you’re ready to display. Order multiple baby pri…

Cemetery Research on the Internet (A Genealogy Guide) (One-Hour Genealogist Book 5)


Cemetery Research on the Internet (A Genealogy Guide) (One-Hour Genealogist Book 5)



Find Ancestral Burial Grounds Without Leaving HomeUpdated and revised July 2014.There’s little a genealogist loves more than tramping through an old cemetery. That’s because we have an insatiable desire to learn more about our ancestors, when and where they lived, and their final resting place. In today’s modern world, so many people live hundreds or thousands of miles from their 18th or 19th cent…