The following is extracted from an announcement by FamilyTreeTemplates.net:
The website FamilyTreeTemplates.net has added two dozen new family tree templates and genealogy forms to download and print.
“These new family trees round out the site with crafty ‘do it yourself’ trees as well as traditional designs and an array of ancestry charts and form,” said Kevin Savetz, the site’s creator. “These are perfect for genealogy buffs as well as kids or anyone interested in recording their family history.”
The newest printables at FamilyTreeTemplates.net include versatile family trees for kids, with teddy bears and dinosaurs to label and color in with crayons or colored pencils. The “crafty” family trees have scrapbook-type graphics to cut out, arrange and paste however reflects your family.
The new family history and genealogy forms include: a deed index, family health history, questions to ask of living relatives, trackers for home video and photographs, military service biographies and checklists, online search records, a marriage index, surname variants list, a blank cemetery map to track grave sites, and a form to record information that’s on tombstones.
“Now, there are more than 100 templates at FamilyTreeTemplates.net,” Savetz said. “They range from two generations all the way up to 10-generation family trees, so you can record family roots dating back hundreds of years.”
Each form, chart or tree is free to download and print in PDF form. Most designs are also available in a $4 DOC version that can be edited in Microsoft Word. These premium versions allow users to type names, dates and other information directly onto the printables before actually printing them.
There are more than 90 sites in the FreePrintable.net family of free printables sites created by Savetz Publishing, Inc., a company devoted to creating useful and informative web sites of interest to consumers and small businesses.
The family tree templates and genealogy forms are available at https://www.familytreetemplates.net.