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Family History and Family Registry Printables

Family registry or Family Record printables are used to chronicle your geneaology. If you've ever peeked inside a vintage family bible (or are lucky enough to have one of your own) then you've seen some form of family registry or history in the very front.

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It turns out, I quite like these, if the size of the collection I've amassed is any indication! Here are a few of my favorites -- some are free and can be found in the subscriber library as of this morning, so hop on over and download them!

Here are a few of my favorites:

Vintage Family Tree Registries

I like these because of the traditional tree shape - there is a lot going on in the color picture, and I like that as well! These are both from the Mid 1880s and both have been substantially restored and cleaned to be compatible with your home printer:

Print these out on presentation paper, parchment or even vellum for best results. Since it may be added to a bible or family scrapbook, take special care with this one. I like presentation paper for the truly fine pieces I want to print -- it produces beautiful prints with fine detail and is better than plain paper by far.

I've used a few different kinds, and the Epson is by far my favorite (which is funny because I generally don't care for their printers and products at all...)



Family History Printable Bundles

It's tough to choose, so I made two different bundles for you to try. The first one contains 5 different types of family registry printable (including one in Hebrew) and can be found in the free subscribers library. Get these free family history files here.

Here's a look at what's included:

My favorites are bundled in the shop - at a 65% savings! I have not loaded all of the individual ones yet, but you can score the bundle on sale through memorial day weekend. Find it here in high resolution, ready to print form:

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