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Offline Olderthandirt1946

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Looking for a better Family Group Sheet
« on: Friday 05 August 22 21:57 BST (UK) »
Hello everyone, this is probably in the wrong place, but here goes. Recently, I have been adding families to my genealogy tree program. The family group sheet I am using will only allow me to put parents and 6 children on it. I know there are family group sheets that not only have spaces for up to 6 or 8 children but also have a continuation sheet that goes with it to allow you to add 8 or 9 additional children. I am now finding families with up to 15 and some times 25 children.
If anyone has family group sheets like the one I am looking for please send me a copy I can print out or get in contact with me.

Best regards and good luck in your searches.

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Re: Looking for a better Family Group Sheet
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 06 August 22 11:11 BST (UK) »
Welcome to Rootschat  :D

Have a look at this link, second page is nearest to what you are looking for.  Bear in mind this is an American source, although I am sure it will be suitable.

https://www.archives.gov/files/research/genealogy/charts-forms/family-group-sheet.pdf

Or there is this one here whereby you can print as many as you need.

http://www.wakefieldfhs.org.uk/Forms%20&%20Charts.htm

This contains a family group sheet and family group sheet continued.  The continued sheet means you can print as many as you need.

Nothing to stop you searching the internet to see what else is available.
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Re: Looking for a better Family Group Sheet
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 06 August 22 12:55 BST (UK) »
I think ancestry.com has free ones to download on their site as well. They were there the last time someone asked, anyway. Familysearch.org probably does also.

or as Girl Guide suggested, google something like "family group sheet" or add "form" or "genealogy" etc., until you find something you like.