“Ever Widening Circle” 6 Generation Fan Chart (Maternal/Paternal) for Coni Dubois


“Ever Widening Circle” Version 2 – it is 42 pages (+several hrs putting together) is a 6 Generations Fan Chart (Me + 6 back – 127 lines/people) only missing 8!

App used: Family Tree Maker = publisher part (fan chart/whole).

Had just a few glitches (see blue below) added birth/death/burial/Find A Grave #/age @ death to main boxes – for some reason thou software didn’t add military info (bummed had together before noticed…toooo late…. ain’t doin’ again!!)

All in all very satisfied with this version – now to add all my notes on it (military, kids, marriage and things of interest) – this will take me awhile to do!

Notice top left – they are blank – I am missing these 8 out of 127 lines/people! Which is the Tarant lineage (my Mom’s: Father side) out of Bohemia/Hungary

Starts with me in the middle! My MOM’S side is on top & my DAD’S side is on the bottom.

Able to color coordinate blue for male – pink for female – Very minor match up errors – took some time lining up – but all in all not bad!

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