Part 912b – Brunhammer Plus – An Updated Brunhammer Genealogy Ancestry Chart

21 September 2017

Good Day,

PC’s back in working order. It appeared that one of the voltage spikes that occurred during the wait for the electricity to come back on after the storm may have fried a couple of circuit boards.

I've been asked by a number of you if they could see my ancestry charting of the family tree. At times it can be somewhat confusing when one has to move through a number of pages on the PC screen or follow a distinct family line back in time.

I have re-created an ancestry chart using GenoPro. I like using GenoPro because it allows me to move persons, aka ancestors and descendants, around quick freely. I find it not as restrictive as some other software programs that are available.

"GenoPro makes it easy to build simple family trees, but it also allows you to easily and quickly build complex family trees. Not all families are simple."

I have now created a Brunhammer chart using GenoPro. Even beginning with Andy's parents, Eugene John and Myrtle Frances Gertrude (née Doherty) Brunhammer, I still have to recreate the Brunhammer family, going back to Andy's 8-times Great-Grandparents, using two visible images. And this work-chart is by no strength of the imagination complete.

Here's the first page, to be continued on the second page.

Here's the second page -

The square boxes represent male ancestors and the circles, females. I have used a blue border with a yellow fill-in to represent Andy's bloodline. Andy's generation, as well as his nieces and nephews, and grand-nephews and grand-nieces are not included in either of the two images. I will not publically publish any information regarding any living relative.

Regarding his grand-nephews and grand-nieces, you can add 2 more levels of greats to a possibility of 10-Great-Grandparents.

Just my observations.

And now onto search for more pieces of evidence.

The genealogy research and search for ancestors and descendants continue.

Family connections can be seen on the family tree, the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree. If you would like access to the tree you will need an invitation from me. You can sign up with Ancestry, and from what I understand, without having to take a membership subscription. Feel free to contact me at if you would like to receive an invite to the Brunhammer Doherty Family Tree.

If you have any comment, question, thought, idea please feel free to contact me via email at A Genealogy Hunt or




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