#familyhistorymonth free family tree 4


You can create free printable family trees at TreeSeek.com.


With your free FamilySearch account OR by downloading and importing a GEDCOM file* from any family tree site or with any family tree software, you can create free, printable family trees. (I edited mine to remove the first few generations but you get the idea.)


TreeSeek.com has several options for printable trees including colored fan charts, black and white fan charts, name clouds, and more.


If you have a FamilySearch account (free) you can login with your FamilySearch login and TreeSeek will pull data from your FamilySearch account.


If you don’t have a FamilySearch account you can opt to have TreeSeek import your GEDCOM file by selecting “Try Now” at the “We now support creating charts with a GEDCOM file” prompt.*

After TreeSeek has made your tree you can download it to your computer or thumb drive/USB drive and print it. The trees are beautiful to display but it’s also nice to keep one or two handy as you’re doing your genealogy work to get a quick visual of the lines you’re researching.

*I have a GEDCOM file with 34,000 names and TreeSeek wasn’t able to import such a large file. They have a help button where you can report any GEDCOM import problems. (I successfully used the option to import from FamilySearch.)

Here’s a pinnable image to save for future reference:

Use TreeSeek to create free fan charts #GenealogyTips #OnGenealogy

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