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Common Family Tree Research Mistakes You Should Avoid
Building your family tree can be an attractive and exciting hobby. It helps you learn more about your family’s past, and teaches you and your family members to have a deeper appreciation of your ancestor’s hardships and achievements. However, while each step in the family research will lead you to new discoveries, if you’re not too careful with your research, you may be heading the wrong direction, and you’ll end up finding the wrong set of relatives or descendants. Here are some common family tree research bloopers that you should avoid.

A Review of The Different Family Tree Charts
In conventional terms, a family tree is a chart or a diagram of a family’s ancestry or lineage, which depicts or shows the members of a family, and their relationship to each other. A family tree also includes the dates of birth, marriage and death of each family member. There are different types of family trees today, and depending on your personal preferences, you can create a tree which includes all your relatives and their spouses, and may also include your friends and neighbors. Here’s a look the the different family tree charts that are popularly used today.

The Confucius Family Tree – The World’s Longest
A family tree is generally a graphic illustration of family relationships that go deeper through generations. There are different family tree types used today. Some charts offer more detailed information, and not simply include the names, birth or death dates of the family members. Here’s a look at the family tree of one of the world’s most famous personalities, Confucius, the Chinese philosopher and educator


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