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How to Print a Family Tree Poster to Enjoy and Share

How to Print a Family Tree Poster to Enjoy and Share

By Rachel Christian

How do you print your online family tree clearly and efficiently (without having to tape pieces of paper together)? Whether you want to share a physical copy of your tree with relatives or display a family tree poster proudly on a wall, a little know-how can prevent a lot of frustration down the road.

Here’s what you need to know before printing your family tree!

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Printing from the major genealogy sites

Ancestry and other major genealogical companies give you the option to print family tree posters directly from your account. Your can print your tree directly from Ancestry.com by clicking the “Print” button near the top right of the screen (it’s recommended that you print the pedigree view to save paper).

Ancestry also has a partnership with a professional printing company, MyCanvas by Alexander’s, which prints family photo books, calendars, posters and more. You can access MyCanvas from your Ancestry account to print your family tree in a variety of styles and sizes.

To print your tree from MyHeritage, select the Family Tree tab and find Print Charts and Books.

A partial Victorian family tree created in Ancestry.com. When printing your family tree, it’s recommended that you switch to the pedigree view to save paper.

Printing from genealogy software

Most genealogy software programs also allow you to print your family tree. These trees often aren’t very decorative, so if you’d like more options you can search for and add-on program. For example, Legacy Family Tree’s Charting Companion lets you create family trees in a variety of shapes and sizes. RootsMagic provides its own printing service, where you can print charts, maps and trees created in and outside of the RootsMagic software.

Using a family tree printing service

There is a wide variety of services that can make family trees for you, in a range of styles and price points. Create charts to print at home, or get it professionally printed on high-quality paper. The level of customization on the print-at-home services varies widely, so it’s a good idea to know what you want the final product to look like before you choose! Here are some options to consider:

Ancestry Graphics & Printing

This family-owned business in Illinois specializes in printing customized or fill-in-the-blank genealogy wall charts with five to 10 generations for customers around the world. The site has sample chart images, an introductory video tutorial for submitting your tree for printing, and free genealogy-themed screen savers.

Family ChartMasters

Inexpensive “working charts,” professionally designed decorative wall charts, personalized DNA displays and fill-in-the-blank charts are among the many options from this Utah company. Free consultations help you choose the best chart for your needs; extra copies of decorative or working charts are half-price. Visit the site to view example images and pricing.

Heartland Family Graphics

This site specializes in creating charts from Reunion genealogy software for Mac, but it also provides instructions for the Family Tree Maker and MyHeritage Family Builder programs. Wall charts are printed on acid-free paper with pigmented inks. The site offers video tips on adjusting your photos for charts and organizing a Reunion descendant chart.

MyCanvas by Alexander’s

As mentioned above, this service partners with Ancestry to import information and images from your Ancestry online tree. You can create family tree posters in three styles and sizes, and order them printed on archival-quality photographic paper.

Webtreeprint.com

Use a free interactive design tool here to create family tree charts, edit data, add footnotes and photos, and more. Choose from 10 chart types, and a variety of design elements, paper sizes and styles. Webtreeprint.com supports most languages. Get started by clicking Easy Start.

Summaries written by Sunny Jane Morton. This portion of this article originally appeared in the January/February 2019 issue of Family Tree Magazine.

Other Printing Options

Geni (free JPEG for download)
OnePage Genealogy (free PDF for download)
TreeSeek (free PDF for download)
Keepsake Family Trees

Create one yourself

Don’t have an online family tree or want to create one from scratch? SmartDraw provides templates that allows you to create family trees and other genealogical charts. You can also find a variety of blank trees and templates online, including free or low-cost options from Etsy and ThoughtCo.

Originally written in August 2018.

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In 1977, the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) gambled that a 12-hour miniseries based on Alex Haley’s best-selling novel, “Roots,” would be of interest to the general American audience. In an unprecedented move, ABC scheduled the series to be broadcasted over eight consecutive nights.

The gamble paid off as roughly half of the Americans alive in 1977 watched at least part of the series. 

The “Roots” miniseries was a cultural phenomenon that influenced millions of viewers to research their own roots. While writing the book, Haley did a lot of genealogy research at the National Archive, and after the series aired, letters to the National Archive tripled and applications to use the facilities increased by 40%.

If you are interested in your own family history, a good place to start is to create a family tree.

Family Tree Chart (Click on image to modify online)

A family tree is a visual representation of a person’s lineage, tracing relationships to common ancestors. Visually similar to an org chart, this diagram is usually presented in a tree structure starting with one individual as the root. From the root, lines representing branches terminate in boxes representing leaves. Each leaf represents individual family members with information such as birth, marriage, and death dates. 

A family tree diagram or genealogy chart makes it easy to record the people, places, and events that make up your family history and then share it with others. Learn how to draw a family tree (or get started faster with a few examples of family trees).

Why create a family tree?

If you are even a little bit interested in your ancestry and if you would like to gain some insight into who you are and where you came from, you may want to create a genealogy chart.

There are many reasons to make your own family trees:

  • It gives you a connection to your heritage.
  • It can help you trace genetics and family health concerns.
  • It is a good exercise for learning your family history in relation to historical events.
  • It is a good way to pique your children’s interest so they will want to learn about ancestors and preserve family stories.
  • It can be fun!

How to draw a family tree chart

A family tree can be as simple or as complicated as you want it to be. 

A simple genealogy chart may include you, your parents, your grandparents, and your great-grandparents. A complicated family tree chart may include you, your parents, your siblings, aunts and uncles, cousins, and so on.

How far you go and who you include is up to you.

Getting started

Before you jump in and start drawing your family tree, you may want to do a little planning. For example, you might ask yourself:

  • How far do you want to go back? 
  • Is there somebody in your family who already has this information to give you a starting point? 
  • What type of information do you want to include on each leaf (births, marriages, deaths)?
  • Do you want to add pictures of your ancestors to each leaf? Where can you find these pictures?

You also may want to determine in which direction you will draw the tree. In nature, trees grow from the ground to the sky, but on paper or the computer screen, family trees can develop from the bottom up, the top down, or horizontally. It could be a good idea to look at some examples of family trees to help you decide how your tree will be drawn.

There is not a single family tree definition that dictates what has to be included or what the family tree should look like. But note that if you simply want to chart relationships without digging too deeply, you may want to draw a simple kinship diagram instead. Kinship diagrams use basic symbols, lines, and letters to represent relationships to help you visualize your lineage.

Kinship Diagram Template (Click on image to modify online)

1. Gather information about your family

Write down what you know, ask family members to fill in the gaps, and find pictures and documents. Visit libraries and online genealogy sources to search for census records, news stories, land deeds, and other documents that can verify your ancestry.

Remember that you can only go back so far because of the limited availability of reliable records. You may have heard of some people saying that they have traced their lineage all the way to Adam and Eve. But in reality, it is very hard to find accurate records older than a few hundred years because many records have been destroyed in fires, floods, acts of war, and simple negligence. Some areas of the world were better at keeping and preserving records than others, so how far you can go back will depend on where your family came from. Most family tree outlines trace ancestry back three or four generations because of the limited information.

2. Draft a family tree outline

Compile all of the information you have and create an outline. Start drawing from yourself to your ancestors, or start with the oldest ancestor you know about and trace forward to you.

You can draw your family tree freehand using pen and paper or create a family tree online using Lucidchart and our family tree diagram maker. Through this visual workspace, you can select a family tree template online and modify it with a few simple clicks. 

Family Tree - Basic Genealogy (Click on image to modify online)Genealogy Chart Example (Click on image to modify online)Family Tree - Bowtie Genealogy (Click on image to modify online)

3. Add information to each leaf

Each family member will be represented by a shape connected by lines to represent relationships. Typically a box or rectangle is used to represent your relatives, but you can use any shape that you want to use. Each shape is a leaf on the tree. The shape you decide to use as leaves should be consistent and sized to include the information that you plan to put on your family tree chart. 

Place pictures, important event dates, and any other information you want to include in your leaf. As you put together this information, we would recommend a few additional guidelines:

Make it simple

If you want your family tree diagram to be useful to other members of your family, keep it simple so the information can be easily scanned and digested. Try to have each level of the tree represent a single generation so it is easy to trace relationships.

Don’t air your family’s dirty laundry

Who is going to be looking at this family tree diagram? There may be some family secrets that are not known to all living family members, so try to be sensitive about adding information that may not be too welcome to some of your relatives.

4. Distribute your family tree diagram

This is the fun part—once you have finished your genealogy chart or family tree diagram, share it with your family members and give them a chance to reflect on their genealogy or learn new family stories. You can also invite them to provide additional information.

If you have created your family tree diagram online with Lucidchart, click “Share” to give family members access to collaborate on the visual with you or export your family tree to a number of file formats.

Discover your family history with Lucidchart

Use Lucidchart to easily make a free family tree chart. No matter what time zone your family members reside in, everybody with the permission to share and edit the document can open it, add notes, and modify or make corrections at the same time. It’s a good way to bring your family closer without being in the same physical location.

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Compiling a genogram. From the experience of constellation work //Psychological newspaper

The genogram (“family tree”, “tree of life”, “pedigree”, “family tree”, “genus tree”, “family tree”) is an important link in systemic phenomenological counseling and in systemic family constellations. The genogram reflects the history of several generations - it is a storehouse of valuable and interesting information, resources for life, opportunities for diagnostics, for better knowledge of one's inner world, understanding oneself, for changes and decisions, for moving forward.

A person can make a genogram and depict the Family Tree on his own, both on his own initiative, exploring his systemic history, and as a "homework" received from the constellator before the constellation or in the post-constellation period.

I. How to start?

Before starting to compile a genogram, each person can ask himself the following questions:

1. Why do I personally need to compile a genogram and what do I want to get as a result?

2. Do I realize that being a part of my family system, and drawing my family tree, I draw a complete and detailed portrait of myself, reflect the history of myself, the essence of myself, my Roots?.

3. What do I already have? (what I saw and learned myself; people whom I can ask right now; names, surnames, patronymics known to me; stories of relatives, family stories, traditions, legends, legends, "tales" and conjectures; photographs, documents, letters...).

4. Am I ready to honestly and impartially display in my drawing all the facts of my family history, to encore all the “actors”, regardless of whether their “role” in the fate of my family was “positive” or “negative”?

5. Am I willing to be very thorough in my search and not lose sight of any member of my family system, living or dead (or even unborn)? Even if he is completely forgotten, disappeared, disappeared, his path is lost, even if talking about him in my family is “not accepted”, “impossible”, “terrible”, “indecent”?

6. Do I have the desire and energy, if necessary, to establish contact with relatives - the keepers of the necessary information, even if communication with them is associated with some difficulties and obstacles, will I be persistent and persistent on my way?

7. Am I ready to carefully and respectfully treat both my Family Tree and myself, sensitively listening to my own feelings, sensations, desires in the process of compiling a genogram?

Did you honestly and completely answer at least one of these questions? Good luck! A start.

II. How to perform?

There are many ways to "technically perform" a genogram. There are many programs for drawing the "Tree of the Family" on the Internet.

I suggest that you choose the way that you like.

In my opinion, the following variant of working with already available information is good and very therapeutic:

1. To work with the genogram, you should choose a time and place where there is no fuss, no one distracts. You should be comfortable.

2. Before you start drawing the Tree, try to relax in any way you know (comfortable posture, breathing, music, muscle relaxation, etc.) stay in it for as long as necessary and at a certain moment get down to business, focusing on the process as much as possible, gradually delving into it.

3. It's good to create a tree with your own hands. With your own hands and on paper (cardboard, board, wall). Draw, draw, write, stick photos or drawings. The size of a sheet of paper can be any.

A sheet of A3 paper turned out to be convenient for me, and my first genogram was drawn with a pen on an ordinary squared notebook sheet (it turned out to be a miniature, but quite legible).

Many customers choose a Whatman sheet or, starting on an A4 landscape sheet, glue the sheets as the tree's crown grows.

Draw with a pencil, markers, felt-tip pens, ballpoint pens, even colored pencils, crayons and paints, as you wish. Fascinating, right? (I myself now got carried away, just describing the process).

However, I suggest not to get hung up on the beauty of the performance.

!!! You should not dissipate energy, being distracted by the "wrapper", and diverting your attention from the Essence - from the Genealogical Tree itself, and from your Self-Feeling, which manifests itself in the process of its compilation.

4. Image, symbols, records.

  • The generally accepted scheme of the image is quite nice.

* Man - "square"

* Woman - "circle"

** A living person is an unfilled badge.

** Not a living person - a cross-hatched or crossed out icon (for children, for adults - not necessarily).

* Children are sometimes drawn with a smaller icon, but this is not necessary, because all the information will be in a note next to it.

The icon Men in a pair of MF is always located on the left in the figure, Woman - on the right.

Children - in one row, from left to right in seniority.

  • Icon sizes are up to you. You can have a small icon and place all entries side by side, or you can place a large icon and place the entry directly in it.
  • Icons, according to the system of relations, are connected by lines or lines with an arrow. A broken relationship is a broken line.

/// If you still want to create a luxuriously colorful Tree, I suggest that you first make a draft diagram, and only then draw the image, giving scope to your abilities and imagination - and draw and stick photos, etc.

  • Important in notes:

- Try to write briefly, but succinctly.

- Be sure to display full name, date of birth / death, dates of significant events, if known.

The rest is up to you. There is no need to rush and download everything at once.

Listen to yourself, what is important right now. Return to the rest if you need to. If “not written” - you don’t need to force yourself, leave it as it is (by making a note)

  • If you want to mark something as very important - make notes "!", "!!", "!!!".
  • If something is now unknown, does not come to mind, has been forgotten, you will need to add make a note “?”.
  • If you feel something new in yourself - strange sensations, new feelings that have arisen from nowhere, an internal protest, a change in mood, well-being - mark this place with “!?”, you can briefly explain what it is about.

III. What is shown on the genogram?

1. Heading “My Family Tree” “My Roots” “Family History of the Ivanovs”, “My Family” “Petrov A.A. Genogram”, etc.

2. Start date of work.

3. You can specify your Goal. Or make a note about what is important to you right now.

4. Genogram itself.

1) We start with OURSELVES. Indicate the date of your birth, your name (and if known - his story, for example - "in honor" of someone). Do not rush to move on, write about yourself what just now came to mind, what you want to write. These can be feelings, character traits, memorable periods of life, significant events, etc.

After completing this task, exhale - exhalation helps to get out of history, out of your own thoughts into the real world. Shake yourself, take a break.

2) We draw brothers and sisters, in order of seniority: older ones - to our left, younger ones - to our right, indicating the date of birth. Both the living and the dead are important (indicating at what age, from what they died, unborn children (abortions, miscarriages) - including). You can immediately make short notes about fate, marital status, health, your relationship, etc.

!!! Write meekly and only what seems necessary and important at the moment, trust those thoughts that came to mind right now. You can also write how you feel when writing a note about a brother or sister.

After completing this task, exhale, return from your own thoughts to the real world. Shake yourself, take a break.

3) If you have (was (and)) a partner (partners), spouse (spouses) and it is important to indicate this at the moment, place them next to you, mark the line of communication. Mark important dates. Birth (/ death) and marriage (/ divorce).

4) Children, grandchildren - place their generations below. Indicate dates of birth and all the most important.

/// Or leave space for steps 3) and 4), both beside and below. Draw later. (In the meantime, we continue, from ourselves to our ancestors)

Don't forget to breathe and rest, anyway!

5) Parents. Father and mother.

Feel who you want to start with. Listen to yourself, what do you feel when you write about your mother, about your father? How does it sound to you, how does it respond?

Be sure to include names, dates of birth, weddings (meetings), separations. Mention the history of their relationship.

It is important to indicate the previous marriages of the parents or their great love.

Write down everything that feels important to you right now.

!!! If there are adoptive parents, it is important to indicate them additionally, next to their relatives.

Don't forget to rest, take a good breath, relax, admire the work already done! And come back.

6) Grandfathers: Father's Parents, Mother's Parents

Continue in the same way as you did, depicting the parent branch. Listen to yourself.

Try to include the dates and history of each.

Exhale, shake yourself up, go out into the real world!

More often, at the beginning of work with a genogram, 3 generations are enough. The rest should be continued later.

With each new character, we enter the field of a kind, as if visiting. From the facts grow new stories and feelings. We look at what happened to these people, what happened, how it responds at the moment.

Listen to yourself, how do you feel right now? What changed? Has it changed? Thoughts, feelings, sensations? Has working with family history made you stronger? Do you want to continue, or is it enough? Do you need someone's help, or are you doing well on your own?

And, of course, you deservedly, right now, you can do something good for yourself!

/// The article uses the knowledge and materials I received at the training seminar by W. Frank and T. Bryson “When I close my eyes, I see you. Family constellation in individual therapy and counseling” (M., IKSR, 2009) and from the book of the same name by Ursula Franke (M., IKSR, 2007). With gratitude, love and respect!

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How to present a family tree for a wedding


We make a family tree as a gift!

The family tree of a family reflects all members of the family, from the very roots to the present. This is a family biography that allows you to preserve family traditions and honor your ancestors.

Why such a present is needed

A family tree gift will allow you to trace the connection from the very beginning of the family, which will help you learn more about the origin of the family and what kind of people lived in it, what they did, where they worked, to instill in younger members respect and respect for senior.

Such a tree systematizes the personal history of the clan. As a rule, a tree is depicted in the form of a trunk with large roots and many branches with leaves. Further, a symbolic hierarchy is built:

  • roots - progenitors;
  • branches - parents;
  • leaves are children.

Brief information is indicated for each family member:

  • last name, first name, patronymic;
  • date of birth;
  • origin;
  • occupation;
  • education.

Such a present will certainly appeal to young and old alike. It will help some to learn more about their family, and others to remember all relatives and friends, tell an interesting story about each.

When is the best time to surprise?

A family tree will be a great wedding gift. A young couple will certainly want to plunge into the history of their family. The idea for such a surprise can be two woven trees: one will show relatives from the husband’s side, the other from the wife’s side.

Newlyweds can be presented with a family tree in the form of a gift album, in which they can put photos of their children and grandchildren. Such a present is passed down from generation to generation, supplemented with new information.

Presenting a family tree as a birthday gift to a grandmother is a great idea. Grandmother will be happy to look at a collage of photographs of her relatives.

It's safe to say that you won't go wrong with such a souvenir. Grandma will certainly tell interesting stories from the past that will appeal to all guests.

How to present

There are many ways to give a family tree in an original way. The main thing to take care of is the design. You can arrange the composition in different ways:

  1. The modern way. To do this, you need to contact a company that provides printing services. Using a special program, you can create a family tree and print it. Printing can be done on canvas and then framed. It is better to save the electronic version, since then it can be supplemented and updated.
  2. Classic book. This option will be similar to an album, only the photos will be displayed in a certain order. Each photo has a caption with brief information about the person it depicts.
  3. Of all the original ways, graffiti can be distinguished, which is drawn directly on the wall in an apartment or house. The wall will accommodate a large number of family members, as well as, over time, supplement the tree with new family members.
  4. Decorative tree, made by hand, will bring warmth and comfort to your home, will remind you of your ancestors. For its manufacture, available materials are taken - plywood (the tree turns out to be flat), branches and decorations for them from paper and ribbons (a three-dimensional product), wire and beads. In general, this is a wonderful idea for interior decor.

If you add a verse to a gift, it will complement, add zest. Warm words can be printed separately or directly on a part of the gift, for example, on a tree trunk. Congratulations are also well presented orally, as a special sign of attention.

DIY

For those who decide to create a tree on their own, it will be interesting to consider master classes on making two different options.

Option I

Follow the step-by-step instructions to create a unique gift for those who honor family traditions.

  • Take a piece of felt, draw a tree with a piece of soap, cut it out.
  • Prepare a 50 x 60 piece of wallpaper. Tape it to the cardboard with double-sided tape.
  • Print your photos.
  • Attach green yarn leaves to the tree.
  • Use the glue gun to attach the photographs to the tree.
  • Glue the family tree onto the prepared wallpaper board.
  • Insert the finished product into the frame.

Such a gift is not expensive, but it will be the best at the holiday, as it keeps warm memories.

Option II

This variant will be an excellent decoration for the interior. Such a tree is made according to the type of topiary.

Make branches out of wire and connect them into a trunk, leaving the roots free. Take a flower pot, plastic is better, pour gypsum or clay into it and “plant” a tree there. Wait until the topiary dries and is firmly fixed in the pot.

Paint the product in any color you like best. Silver or gold will look good - these are classic colors suitable for any interior.

Make photo medallions out of twisted wire. Decorate them with beads, rhinestones, ribbons or beads. Print out the photos and place them in the medallions. Don't forget to laminate your photos to make them last longer. A present with meaning:

A handmade gift will allow you to convey the warmth of your hands in years to come. This is a great option for original congratulations on any holiday.

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- Be specific if you give us multiple names.
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Welcome to my store! All my trees are designed one at a time so they can accommodate any family. I designed a family tree showing parents and their children (great gift for a family with a newborn). On larger trees, you can add grandparents, great grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins... anyone you call family! Trees can honor a couple celebrating a significant anniversary by displaying all of their descendants. My wedding trees depict the bride and groom and their separate families who are brought together as a result of their union.

I can also design trees for genealogists that showcase their research and unique family history. Basically, any of my tree designs can be customized to suit any of your family tree needs.

The tree shown in this listing has 14 photos and 16 labels and will cost $275. This price includes a custom design and one print on Epson Premium Luster Paper.

If you are interested in this tree design with a different number of individuals, please contact me. I will create a custom list for you based on your specific tree needs!

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Wedding family tree of four generations to order from 14

Welcome to my store! All my trees are designed one at a time so they can accommodate any family. I designed a family tree showing parents and their children (great gift for a family with a newborn). On larger trees, you can add grandparents, great grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins... anyone you call family! Trees can honor a couple celebrating a significant anniversary by displaying all of their descendants. My wedding trees depict the bride and groom and their separate families who are brought together as a result of their union.

I can also design trees for genealogists that showcase their research and unique family history. Basically, any of my tree designs can be customized to suit any of your family tree needs.

The tree shown in this listing has 14 photos and 16 labels and will cost $275. This price includes a custom design and one print on Epson Premium Luster Paper.

If you are interested in this tree design with a different number of individuals, please contact me. I will create a custom list for you based on your specific tree needs!

For information on how I rate my trees, other print options, and answers to other FAQs, please visit my Shop Policies...

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Shipping to the US mainland is included in the listing price. For shipping outside the continental United States, please contact me for pricing.

This listing is also available as a gift certificate if you would like to gift one of my trees to someone who would enjoy working with me to create a custom tree design.

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