The graph shows the average age at death of people born in the year shown on the x-axis. The green line shows the average age of all people. The red line shows the average age of people who did at least reach the age of 18 years. The difference between the two lines is an indication of the proportion of young deaths in that period.
This chart shows the 10 most important birthplaces of our ancestors. The vertical axis, the height of each bar, is the number of ancestors that in that place came into the world. You can select the top 10 birthplaces of all persons, or only our direct ancestors.
Average age that our ancestors got married between 1750 and 1900. The vertical axis shows the age, horizontal the year of marriage.
Graph shows the average family size, the number of children of our ancestors. All children are included, also dead-born. This graph is the most reliable in the period 1780-1860. Before and after are currently insufficient data available to provide a reliable calculation.
Illiteracy among family members born between 1750 and 1900. The definition used here; someone to draw up a deed declared not to be able to write. People who did not participate in any deeds are not counted.
Monthly distribution of birth, marriage and death. Shown are the total number of events foar each month.
Percentage of bachelor in the family from 1750 to 1900. The definition used here is; people who are at least 30 years old at death, and never married.