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Let's build your  Circassian (Adyghe) Family Tree.

The website is builded and desgined to let Circassian people create their family tree, by mentioning Circassian tribe, and subethnic groups, which are represented by stars on the Circassian flag.
Abdzakh, Besleney, Bzhedug, Hatuqwai, Kabardian, Mamkhegh,  Natukhai, Shapsug, Temirgoy, Ubykh, Yegeruqwai, Zhaney.

+ Circassians Family Tree Features:

  • You are able to add members From the oldest grandfather to the newest child.

  •  Adding your Circassian tribe and lineage.

  •  You can make it a Private family tree, protected with a Password to view it.

  •  Make Moderators to build and update the tree, Only from registered Users.

  •  Update Personal information and details.

  •  Adding Contact information.

  •  Biographical information.

  •  Adding your social links.

  •  Adding your professional.

  •  Upload many Pictures for every member from the family tree.

  •  Read articles, news.

  •  Subscribe to our newsletter. We will send updated news, events, interesting information, images, videos, articles, stories. 

  •  Public voting system concerning our main cases.

  •  Share your family tree on Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, and Send in Email.

  •  Export your tree as PDF file.

  •  Unlimited Family Members.

  •  Multi-Language. Circassian language is included. English, France, Deutsch, Nederland, Русский, Español, Türkçe, العربية. עִברִית

  •  And more to come..


Steps to Start Building Your Family Tree..

1. Gather what you already know about your family.

Scour your basement, attic and closets (and those of your family members) and collect family records, old photos, letters, diaries, photocopies from family archieve, even newspaper clippings.

2. Talk to your relatives.

- Ask your parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles about their memories.
- Don’t ask just about facts and dates—get the stories of their growing up and of the ancestors they remember.
- Try to phrase questions with “why,” “how” and “what.”
- Listen to their family stories and make notes.
Relatives often have different versions of the same story since each person remembers an event in his or her unique way, but these differences make it interesting!

- Also email far-flung relatives to ask whether they have records that may be of help in your genealogy quest.
- Use a tape recorder or video camera if your relative feels comfortable with it—most mobile phones can make audio and/or video recordings today. then add it to your family tree, in our website.

3. Put it on paper.

Write down what you know so you can decide what you don’t know yet. Start with the many-generation “pedigree” chart if it is available.

4. Focus your search.

What are the blanks in your family tree? Don’t try to fill them in all at once—focus on someone from the most recent generation where your chart is missing information.
Try to answer that “mystery” first, then work backward in time.

5. Search the Internet.

The Internet is a terrific place to find leads and share information—but don’t expect to “find your whole family tree” online.
See Google to searche tips for genealogists here.

6. Explore specific websites.

Once you’ve searched for the last names in your family, try websites specifically about your circassian ethnic heritage, or parts of the country where your relatives lived.
You may even find websites about your Circassian family created by distant relatives researching the same family tree.

7. Discover your local Family History Center.

Using your local center, you can view microfilm of records such as the birth, marriage or death certificates of your ancestors..
fill in the blanks in your family tree, and look for clues to more answers to the puzzles of your past.

8. Organize your new information.

Enter your findings in family tree, or on paper charts. (Make sure you note your sources!)
File photocopies and notes by family, geography or source so you can refer to them again. 
Decide what you want to focus on next.

9. Plan your next step.

Once you’ve exhausted your family sources, you may want to travel to places your ancestors lived, especialy in our homelands, also to visit some countries where Circassians are living.

Circassia, Kabardina Balkaria, Maykop, Krasnadar, Turkey, Europe, Arabic Countries, USA,  and other places where old records are kept. This is also a rewarding way to walk in the footsteps of your ancestors and bring your heritage to life.
You’ll find that the quest to discover where you came from is interesting, as exciting as a your family story was discovered and never-ending.

10. Share your research.

Now that you’ve planted your family tree, show it off! Export family tree or start a family history in our website to share your research with loved ones.
Looping others into your Circassian genealogy can help you add stories and family members to your research—and it’s very important for our circumstances, and situation!

Invite your relatives to create your Circassian family tree together, and keep communicating with them.
Watch the video to understand how to use the site: Circassian Family Tree

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We value all the feedbacks received from our Circassians People.
If you have any queries, comments, suggestions, or to send photos, PDF files. Or just want to talk about anything.

You can Contact us directly.
Or using emailInfo@circassianweb.com