A word of explanation about the Arendzen and Stracké family tree.
The Arendzen & Stracke family tree is very much an ongoing exercise so, inevitably, there are a number of missing dates. We are working on these and we hope to fill in all the gaps over time. However, if anyone else can provide missing dates etc. please let us know.
We decided to release the tree in its incomplete form because we are aware of how complex the family structure has become as more members have been added to the website. Hopefully the tree, in spite of its current shortcomings, will make the timeline and relationships a little clearer.
A good starting point for navigating the tree is to click here which is the 'Hourglass Chart' from where you can click on individuals for more information.
There is a box at the top of the tree which has a few default settings that you can change. I suggest changing the generations default from 3 to 5 and changing/reducing the 100% view size to something that fits all the generations comfortably onto your screen.
March 24, 2014 - 11:22:59 a.m.
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