More than 100 family tree templates you can download and print for free. Or, download customizable versions for just $4.
Here are the 15 most popular family tree templates:
Blank Family Tree
7 Generation Family Tree with Vital Statistics
5 Generation Family Tree
10-Generation Family Tree
5 Generation Family Tree with Vital Statistics
Kid Family Tree
4 Generation Family Tree in Color
6 Generation Family Tree with Vital Statistics
3 Generation Family Tree with Large Boxes
Family Unit History
Family History Tree
Family Tree With Cousins
4 Generation Family Tree with Brackets and Vital Statistics
4 Generation Family Tree with Siblings
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These printable blank family trees and ancestor charts are perfect for genealogy research and class projects. Each template is available in two versions: a free version and a $4 editable version
The free versions are available in Acrobat (.PDF) format: just download one, open it in Acrobat (or another program that can display the .PDF file format,) and print.
The $4 versions are Microsoft Word .DOC files that you can edit to your specifications. They are compatible with Microsoft Word, Google Docs, and other word processing applications.
See the differences between the free and paid versions.
Also available: more free printables
2 Generation Family Trees
3 Generation Family Trees
4 Generation Family Trees
5 Generation Family Trees
6 Generation Family Trees
7 Generation Family Trees
8 Generation Family Trees
9 Generation Family Trees
10 Generation Family Trees
Family Trees for Non-Traditional Families
Family History and Genealogy Research Forms
Family Trees with Graphics
Family Trees without Graphics
Family Trees with Room for Photos
Family Trees for Kids
Formal Family Trees
Informal Family Trees
Circular Family Trees
Radial Family Trees
Hourglass Family Trees
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