Family Tree Charts and Family Tree Art

Here are some ideas from RootsTech 2017 for family tree charts and family tree art. (This post will highlight the printable and custom family trees, not the many book options.)   I'm going to start with two I didn't see at RootsTech, but they're the cheapest options I've used, i.e. practically free. The ones that follow range from very affordable to custom and more pricey. Hope you enjoy!     TreeSeek TreeSeek is a free website for creating printable family tree charts. TreeSeek uses the FamilySearch family tree so you'll need to have a free account with FamilySearch and build your tree there to use this partner site. You'll allow TreeSeek access to your FamilySearch tree, they'll build the chart of your choice, then you'll download the chart to your computer or a thumbdrive and print it at your expense. I've downloaded charts and then printed them at a local copy store and love them.       FamilySearch Keepsakes FamilySearch is the preeminent f…
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Make Free Printable Family Trees at

 #FamilyHistoryMonth You can create free printable family trees at   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.) 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 b…
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