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Genealogy Tip: Statistics

Do you know about the statistics section on our family sites? It is full of interesting tidbits about your family tree, offering such details as average life expectancy or number of children per family. We analyze all the data in your family tree to produce 45 enlightening statistics.

I learned some very interesting things about my family from this section. For example, I learned that the most common first names in my tree are David and Sara. I would probably not have noticed that the oldest person in my family was my great aunt, who lived to be 107!

Here is a map showing all places of birth of the people in my family tree:

Check out the statistics for your own family tree: Go to Family Tree > Reports, and find the Statistics section.

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  1. I still have a lot to do on the history of the family, but it may be a well before I get at it. Health Problems.

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