Free Genealogy Forms and Charts

From Ancestry.com

Ancestral Chart: Record the ancestors from whom you directly descend. It shows at a glance the progress you have made towards this goal and what remains to be done.
Family Group Sheet: Each piece of information concerning a pedigree ancestor and his/her family is placed on a worksheet. Since the end result of your research efforts will be to compile complete, correct and connected families, the use of family group sheets from the beginning will make the compilation much easier.
Family Relationship Chart: A chart to identify the relationship between any two people in your family tree.
Census Extraction Forms: Census extraction forms are doubly valuable: not only do they allow researchers to see the format and column headings for various census years (especially if the schedules themselves are hard to read), they also provide a clean and convenient method for extracting and filing important information you find
Source Summary: Provides quick reference to information and sources you have found for a particular family.
Research Extract: Summarizes information which may be time-consuming or difficult to reread quickly.
Correspondence Record: Helps you keep track of those with whom you have corresponded.

 

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