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A fictional genealogy is an elaborate fictional family or set of inter-related fictional families. A recent example is that of J. R. R. Tolkien who created many family trees for his The Lord of the Rings and Silmarillion characters. The Wold Newton family, created by Philip José Farmer, includes many fictional characters from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries like Sherlock Holmes and Tarzan.
Other fictional families:
- Atrus's family, from the Myst franchise.
- List of Collins family members, from Dark Shadows.
- Deryni Genealogies, rulers and nobles from the Deryni Universe, created by Katherine Kurtz.
- The Duck family, The Clan McDuck, Coot Kin, and the Gearloose family, the extensive family of Donald Duck.
- The Glass family, featured in a number of J.D. Salinger's works.
- The Griffin family, of Seth MacFarlane's Family Guy
- Harry Potter Family Tree
- Halliwell family from Charmed
- Howard Families, from various works of Robert A. Heinlein.
- House Lannister, from George R. R. Martin's fantasy epic A Song of Ice and Fire.
- The Incarnations of Immortality family tree, from the Incarnations of Immortality by Piers Anthony.
- The Long Family, created by Robert A. Heinlein.
- The McFly family, Marty McFly interacts with his family in 1885, 1955, 1985, an alternative 1985, another alternative 1985, and 2015 in the Back to the Future series of films.
- The Mishima Family Tree from Namco`s Video game Tekken
- Kim Possible family members
- The Shannara/Ohmsford family, from Terry Brooks' Shannara fantasy novels.
- The Simpsons Uncensored Family Album, from The Simpsons.
- The Soprano family tree, from The Sopranos
- The Skywalker family, Anakin Skywalker and his descendants in the Star Wars universe.
- House Targaryen, from George R. R. Martin's fantasy epic A Song of Ice and Fire.
- The Wold Newton family, created by Philip José Farmer.
- The Penvellyn family from Curse of Blackmoor Manor
- House of Fëanor
- House of Fingolfin
- House of Finarfin
- Descendants of Elwë, Olwë and Elmo
- House of Bëor
- House of Haleth
- House of Hador
- Descent of Túrin Turambar and Tuor Eladar
- Line of Elendil
- House of Húrin
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