Family Tree James IV £1.00
Each Tudor Times Shop Family tree booklet contains:
- Dates in the individual’s life – birth, marriage, death, children dates;
- Dates relating to ancestors and direct descendants;
- A fan chart, showing paternal and maternal family;
- A family tree, starting on the left with the most distant ancestors.
4 Generations: the family context – grand-parents, parents, siblings, children and siblings' children.
6 generations: usually great-grandparents to grand-children but varied if other generations are more interesting. (Image shows excerpts from Henry VII's tree.)
11 generations: varying from 6 x great-grandparents to the individual and his or her siblings’ grand-children, to 3 x great-grandparents to 3 x great-grandchildren.
Whilst we strive to be correct and use the best data available, genealogy can be disputed, so absolute accuracy cannot be guaranteed.