Celebrity Family Trees
Learn about the ancestors of famous folks—maybe you're related!
A recap and genealogy tips from the “Who Do You Think You Are?” premiere with Cynthia Nixon, from Family Tree Magazine's Genealogy Insider blog.
12-year-old girl created family tree linking 42 of 43 U.S. presidents to King John of England, who signed Magna Carta in 1215. Only eighth president, Martin Van Buren, was not related to John.
Maleficent star Elle Fanning's royal family history—she's 21st cousins with Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton.
Queen Victoria's family tree, from the NEHGS Vita Brevis blog
Tricia Yearwood learns about her British convict ancestors on "Who Do You Think You Are?" includes genealogy resources for tracing British prisoners in your family tree.
Jim Parsons (Sheldon Cooper on "Big Bang Theory") explores his French roots on "Who Do You Think You Are?" Plus: Tips from Family Tree Magazine to learn where your surname came from.
Chelsea Handler's episode of "Who Do You Think You Are?" featured German military records and a side of WWII history we don't often see. We share highlights from the episode & German genealogy resources.
Celebrities you'll see on the UK's "Who Do You Think You Are?" tv show in 2013
Celebrity genealogy: Actress Elizabeth Montgomery's connection to 1892 suspected axe murderess Lizzie Borden