I'll be adding a complete Pedigree Chart <TO BE ADDED> in the future. In the meanwhile, see the 7-Generation Pedigree Charts below, Names & Places Summary, Ancestor Surnames and Locations, Complete List of All Surnames, Derivation and Distribution of Surnames, and Surnames as Middle Names. <ADD LINK TO EMIGRATION when page completed> See On-line Ancestry Tree for details of my complete family tree.
The template for this 7-Generation Pedigree Chart (in Word, RTF, and PDF) is available on the Downloads tab. A PDF version of my Pedigree Chart below is available Here. The same Pedigree Chart color-coded with birthplace locations is further down the page. A chart in Excel is available for download from Genetic Genealogy Needs Horizontal Pedigree Charts (Analytical Genealogy blog, 8 Feb 2015).
Pedigree Charts for Grandparents
If you think we may be related, and especially if you don't have access to Ancestry.com, I can send you PDFs of my full Pedigree Charts, so Contact Me, letting me know where the connection may be.
X-DNA Inheritance Charts
The inheritance of X-chromosome DNA follows an interesting pattern, and you can only inherit this from a defined set of your ancestors. Added to that, the inheritance pattern is different for males and females. Males only have one X-chromosome, inherited from the mother (the Y-chromosome comes from the father), so their X-DNA is purely from the maternal half of the family (but only certain branches). In contrast, females inherit one X-chromosome from the mother and the other from the father, so have X-DNA from both paternal and maternal lines (but again, not from all branches). See X-DNA Inheritance Charts for more details, together with separate charts for me and my parents and Genetic Genealogy for some background on DNA.
Page updated 10 February 2015