NobleCircles by Wegener Lyngvild & MacGregor Sadolin

NobleCircles is a searchable genealogical relationship database consisting of more than 283.751 individuals and 117,619 families at nearly 30.000 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). We always have several projects going on – beside exploring our own direct ancestors - and three of them, and among these are 33 British Prime Ministers and the ancestors and 28 American Presidents and their ancestors.

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 Description   Quantity 
Total Individuals 285,885  
Total Males 152,145 (53.22%)  
Total Females 133,710 (46.77%)  
Total Unknown Gender 30 (0.01%)  
Total Living 54,277  
Total Families 118,367  
Total Unique Surnames 32,312  
Total Photos 10  
Total Documents 0  
Total Headstones 0  
Total Histories 0  
Total Recordings 0  
Total Videos 0  
Total Sources 0  
Average Lifespan1 59 years, 102 days  
Earliest Birth (Gymer Abt 214  
Date of Last GEDCOM Import 31 Mar 2017 14:08:46  

 Longest Lived1   Age 
Elizabeth Partridge 128 years  
John Hay of Tweeddale (Hay) 112 years 148 days  
Anna Hoskier (Hoskiær) 112 years  
Katherine Plunkett of Plunkett (Plunkett) 111 years 326 days  
Marie Louise Augusta Busse 109 years 266 days  
Leonard Christian Bernhoft (Bernhoft) 108 years 363 days  
Peder Rønge 109 years  
Christian Caroc 109 years  
Signe Kielland 108 years 65 days  
Mary Anne Wedgwood 108 years  

1 Age-related calculations are based on individuals with recorded birth and death dates. Due to the existence of incomplete date fields(e.g., a death date listed only as "1945" or "BEF 1860"), these calculations cannot be 100% accurate.

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