South African Kruger Family Tree

Numbering system and how it can help you


How numbers are asigned

Numbering starts from letter K.

Children inherit the father's number with a suffix letter of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C etc. in order of birth. For example, [K] had 9 children [K1] to [K9], then [K1] had 2 children [K11] to [K12], and so on.

Tracing an ancestor

To trace a person back through the tree, keep dropping of the last digit. For example, number [K115] is the 5th child of [K11], a grandchild of [K1] and so on.

Tracing a common ancestor

To figure out how closely related two people are compare the common start of their numbers. For example [K115] is related to [K1121] through common ancestor [K11] Vivian Daniel Kruger. Let the Relationship Calculator work out the relationship.

[Home] [Search] [Relationship Calculator] [Gallery Kruger] [Gallery Distaff]