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Geneastar: New Famous Family Trees Added in July 2022

Posted by Jean-Yves on Aug 4, 2022

Have you ever heard of Geneastar? Geneastar is a Geneanet website that focuses on the genealogy of famous people.

Some new famous family trees have been added to Geneastar in July 2022:

  • Wesley Addy, American actor of stage, television, and film
  • Buddy Baker, American composer who scored many Disney films
  • Joel Barlow, American poet, and diplomat, and politician
  • Tom Bergeron, American television personality, game show host, television host, comedian and actor
  • Jack Billion, American politician
  • Robert Bourassa, Canadian lawyer and politician who served as the 22nd premier of Quebec
  • Brandon Boyd, American singer, songwriter, musician, author, executive producer and visual artist, lead vocalist of the American rock band Incubus
  • Bryan Cranston, American actor and filmmaker
  • Columbus Delano, American lawyer, rancher, banker and statesman
  • Frederic Adrian Delano, American railroad president who served as the first Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve from 1914 to 1916
  • Bobby East, American professional stock car racing driver
  • Jean Erdman, American dancer and choreographer of modern dance as well as an avant-garde theater director
  • Celeste Holm, American stage, film and television actress
  • Jason Leffler, American professional open-wheel and stock car racing driver
  • Jennifer Lopez, American singer, actress, and dancer
  • William Rush Merriam, American politician and banker
  • CeCe Moore, American genetic genealogist
  • Bob Odenkirk, American actor, comedian and filmmaker
  • Enoch Pratt, American businessman and philanthropist
  • Joseph Gardner Swift, American soldier
  • Cephas Thompson, American portrait painter
  • Emory Washburn, United States lawyer, politician, and historian
  • Hershel W. Williams, United States Marine Corps Reserve warrant officer and United States Department of Veterans Affairs veterans service representative who received the United States military’s highest decoration for valor—the Medal of Honor—for heroism above and beyond the call of duty during the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II
  • Al Jolson, Lithuanian-American singer, comedian, actor, and vaudevillian

If you have a famous genealogy in your family tree, you can submit it to Geneastar at: https://en.geneastar.org/propose

The person must have a Wikipedia page and a portrait (photo, painting, engraving), and the family tree must contain at least 5 generations of ancestors on at least one branch.

If you are a Premium member, you can automatically match your family tree to the Geneastar database to find some famous relatives. Simply go to https://en.geneanet.org/compare/ and click “New Search” in the “Famous people” section.

Browse all famous family trees

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