A few forms I created for Floyd County Public Library‘s Stuart Barth Wrege Indiana History Room.
Pedigree Chart – The Pedigree Chart is, visually, a family tree. This chart has room for five generations of ancestors.
Family Group Worksheet – This is where you list the husband and wife and all of their children together, along with their information. It is easier to keep families together this way.
Individual Worksheet – This is similar in style to the Family Group Worksheet. It allows you to have more detailed information about an individual all in one place.
Family Group Census Grid – This form makes it easy to see, at a glance, which family members were on which census records.
Research Checklist – A checklist of the types of records you will want to look at for each individual, though not all records will apply to every person.
Source Log – An easy way to keep track of your sources for each person.
Kid Friendly Forms
My Family Tree – This chart has room for five generations. It starts with you and goes back to your great great grandparents.
Family Group Worksheet – This sheet is an easy way to keep track of all members in a family.
Individual Worksheet – This sheet has places to fill in lots of personal information about your relative and a place to attach a photograph.
Life Events Worksheet – This is a place for you to write down the important things, both good and bad, that have happened in your life.
Family Tradition Tracking Sheet – This sheet will show you who started your family traditions.
Family Member Interview Questions – These are a few questions to get you started in learning your family’s history.