We welcome descendents of the Macnaughton Clan to share their ancestry with our genealogist to be included in our records. This is done by completing a form, which can be understood as a
wheel, with your place at the center, surrounded by your ancestors.
- (2) Parents in the middle
- (4) Grandparents in the next sector out
- (8) Great Grandparents
- (16) Great-Great Grandparents
- (32) Great-Great-Great Grandparents
- (64) Great-Great-Great-Great Grandparents
Fill in as many generations as possible. Males are always EVEN numbers. Females are always ODD numbers.
For each person, please provide Birth Date & Place, Death Date & Place, Marriage Date & Place.
The form has been changed to a fillable pdf file. The best way to use it depends upon how many ancestors you have to enter and your computer literacy.
- If it won't take you long to enter your information, click on the genealogy form, enter your information then click on the "Email form" button at the bottom.
- If you have many ancestors to enter, you could "time out" if you try to enter them all online. It's better to save the form on your computer first. Follow these steps:
- Click here to save geneology form. A window will appear, asking if you want to open or save. Since this is a zip folder, just choose "open" until you find the genealogy pdf file.
- Copy or move the genealogy_form pdf file to a place on your computer where you can find it later.
- When you are ready to enter your information, open "genealogy.pdf", enter your information and click on the "Email form" button at the bottom when you are done.
- It is possible to print out the pages you need and mail them to the genealogist if you would rather. Here's how:
- Click on the genealogy form.
- Optional: scroll down to see how many pages you need. For example, if you don't know further back than your great-grandparents, you need pages 1 -2.
- Click on the "print" icon (at the top of the pdf page). You may choose the "Pages" option, along with the pages you need, (for example, 1-2).
- Fill out the form on paper and contact the genealogist to send them in.