The Ahnentafel is broken into 3 parts:

English/Irish/Scottish Ancestors (New England)
[paternal grandfather]

French-Canadian Ancestors
[paternal grandmother]

Lithuanian-Polish Ancestors
[maternal grandfather & grandmother]

Warning: Especially in the French-Canadian section, there are many lines that meet with a common ancestor, not always in the same generation, which probably - along with this system of organizing the tree - will lead to confusion.

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