NobleCircles Genealogy ©

NobleCircles Genealogy © is a searchable genealogical relationship database consisting of more than 390,000 people in over 150,000 families and at 27.500 places worldwide – all gathered in one single family tree; mapping their ancestors, descendants and various relatives (all of them somehow related to each other through either our father’s or our mother’s side). In the database, you can also find most of the European as well as some of the North African and Near Eastern royal families, 27 US Presidents, 34 British Prime Ministers and 50 Danish Prime Ministers and many of their relatives. You can follow NobleCircles Genealogy © if you join its NobleCircles Genealogy © Facebook Page and its NobleCircles Genealogy © Facebook Group. You can at on the Log File see what other people latest looked at in the database, which were last updated on 18 March 2018.


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NobleCircles Genealogy © is a searchable genealogical relationship database consisting of nearly 400,000 individuals – all within the frame work of one single family tree – mapping the ancestors and their various relatives on both our father’s and our mother’s side.

The database has only one major “rule”: Each person stated is in some way related to anyone else stated. This would be through blood, adoption or marriage relations. We continue to our best on getting all facts in the database verified by the families and/or genealogists, archives and records, publications – such as books, almanacs, calendars, etc. However, with such a huge database, missing information, mistakes, etc., occurs, and if you see them or if you have updated information, please feel free to forward me your comments and proposes!

The database combines royalty and nobility (peers) with non-peers such as knights, gentry, yeomen, husbandmen, tradesmen, cottagers and patrician lineages from mainly Scandinavia /Nordic countries (Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland), Germany, France and United Kingdom – and their descendants in North America, Latin America, Africa and Oceania.

While the noble families generally were manor and estate owners (farmers), the patrician lineages were generally artists, civil servants, educators, military officers, politicians, priests and scientists. The database also includes many of the "newer" finance, industry and trade lineages – since also these married into the nobility, gentry and patrician lineages – as well as into each other.


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