18    Mar 20117 comments

Whose Tree Goes Back the Furthest?

Many people claim to have distant family trees, going back to Charlemagne, Charles Martel, or even Adam and Eve. But while many of these may have some truth - and, statistically, most of us probably are related to Charlemagne in one way or another - many long trees ultimately rely on leaps of faith. Many old records are far more vague than birth certificates, and many of our high-climbing ancestors even falsified such links to try and prove their worth.

So how long is the longest tree that has a chance of standing up to scrutiny? It's hard to say for sure, and there doesn't seem to be agreement on a single case, but here are three of suggestions we've come up with. If you know of any other examples, drop us a message in the comments down below.
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