The Cross family infographic


Riding on the back of the success of my previous (and first) infographic for The Barber family, which provided me with my most popular (traffic-wise) post ever on this blog, and a terrific amount of Facebook shares, here’s my second one featuring my Cross family.

The family are predominantly based within Cambridgeshire, but the data also includes a the many that emigrated to Australia in the mid-nineteenth century.

The Cross family infographic

About Andrew Martin

+Andrew Martin is owner and lead writer for History Repeating and Family Tree UK. Genealogist, historian, writer, photographer and would-be archaeologist. He'd love a time machine, but worries that it might take all the fun out of it.
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4 Responses to The Cross family infographic

  1. That looks like a fun graphic. What program do you use to generate it?

  2. edesorban says:

    Hi Andrew, read your interview on Geneabloggers. Like the idea of infographics for family stats. I’m always looking for ways to present family history visual. This worked really well.

    • Hello edesorban, thanks for the comment, and welcome to the blog too!

      Yes, infographics are a fun way of sharing the info. I see infographics covering lots of different topics, but hadn’t noticed any for genealogy – so thought i’d put my two favourite things together on the off-chance that it would help people find genealogy a bit more interesting.

      They’re also lots of fun to make.

      best wishes
      Andrew

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