Showing connection to
To make a tree with as the root person, please click the button below.
You will then be taken to the new tree. The colours will be retained; you can optionally apply a palette to the new tree.Create new tree
Experimental: click the button below to make an image of your tree as a PNG graphic.
To make a copy of this tree, please click the button below.
You will then be taken to the new duplicated tree.Duplicate this tree
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Try a preset palette by selecting it below.
Note: this will overwrite any existing edits you've made to colours in your tree! Your previous set of colours will be available in this list to go back to for a short time so long as you don't refresh the page.
To add parents for , click 'show in tree' below, hover over the name and click the 'add parents' button
In the Y-DNA path for
In the mitochondrial path for
This person appears in more than one place in your direct line.
Notes and other biographical info you update here will be updated wherever this person appears.
Please note: this will overwrite anything you may have entered into the tree so far.
Loading GEDCOM data. If you have a large file, this may take a little while
If your GEDCOM import has any issues, I would be very grateful if you could email a copy to email@example.com for testing. Many thanks!
Sorry - there was a problem with your file. Either it wasn't a file the site can read, or there weren't any people in it.
Your file should be a GEDCOM file with the file extension '.ged' or '.gedcom'. Please check the file and try again, or if you think your file is fine, please feel free to email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Who would you like to make a tree for?
Thanks for checking out the new trees feature. If you have any feedback, I'd love to hear it (email me at email@example.com).
A summary of the main features appears below.
To close this window and start working with your tree, hit the escape key or click the 'X' at the top right. If you want to read it again, click the '?' icon at the top right. There's a short FAQ on the main trees page.
GEDCOM is a standard file format for family trees. If you have an existing family tree, whether you've created it using software on your computer (such as Family Tree Maker, Heredis or Rootsmagic), or on a website (such as Ancestry, Find My Past or MyHeritage), you will be able to export a copy in GEDCOM format.
DNA Painter will let you import that file, select a person within the tree, and generate a chart with their ancestors.
To start, click 'Load GEDCOM'. You can then click to browse for a file, or drag and drop a GEDCOM file onto the dashed area.