Blank Ancestry Chart - Antique Style Family Heirloom - Printable High-Resolution File



This beautiful genealogy chart comes with blank spaces so you can fill in the names on your family tree.  Print it today and fill it out by hand!  It’s ready to print as large as you possibly can and turned into a family heirloom.  This is the EXTRA EXTRA LARGE family tree digital download.

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4,560 x 3,936 pixels
30.4 x 26.24 inches
150 pixels per inch

There is room for 6 generations of ancestors on both sides of the family, and space for some 7th generation relatives. There is an area to add new children as they are born, and note important dates (births, deaths, etc.).  If you look at the gallery above, you can see an example of where you can add your brothers and sisters.  Most ancestry charts don’t have room for siblings, so this one is pretty special.  If you have children, there’s an area at the very top where you can feature them, or other interesting notes relevant to your family’s journey. This is a stunning gift for historians, genealogy buffs or a newly married couple interested in family history.  This beautiful genealogy chart comes blank and ready to turn into a family heirloom.

This image was heavily altered and adapted from a combination of my favorite scanned vintage documents, including a first edition atlas map, from 1689 that was produced using copper engraving. It comes from an extremely rare set of maps, and contains the planetary symbols, and references from Greek/Roman mythology, history, and and the bible.


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Weight 0.00 lbs
Dimensions 26.24 × 30.4 in


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Dimensions of .JPG file: 4,560 x 3,936 pixels 30.4 x 26.24 inches
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