The heritage of Atrus is part of the Myst fictional universe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Atrus heritage (Myst)"
The Clan McDuck is a fictional family in the style of a Scottish clan, from which a great number of Walt Disney Company's comic book characters held their origin. According to the story Storia e gloria della dinastia dei paperi (History and glory of the Duck Dynasty) it was founded during the 1st century BC by Pah-Peh-Rheo an Egyptian, that had become a Roman citizen as Petronius Paperonius. Originally following a campaign of the Roman Army to Britain, he eventually decided to settle in Caledonia among the populations of the Picts. According to Don Rosa's timelines the Clan is known since 122, when an, as of yet, unnamed member of the clan sold stone to the construction crew of Hadrian's wall. The most famous members of the clan are Scrooge McDuck and Donald Duck. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clan McDuck"
The Coot Kin is a fictional family created in the Scrooge McDuck universe. The surname "Coot" had been used on several ducks by various artists, usually for characters who were relatives of Donald Duck but weren't Ducks or McDucks. When Don Rosa created his Duck Family Tree in 1993, he included the Coots used by Carl Barks and himself as Grandma Duck's family are descendants of Cornelius Coot. It was Rosa's idea to use Coot as Grandma's maiden name, and to have Cornelius Coot as an ancestor of Donald. ...more on Wikipedia about "Coot Kin"
The Corleone family is a fictional Mafia family of Mario Puzo's The Godfather. The family is founded by Vito Corleone (born Vito Andolini), whom is from Corleone, Sicily, in Italy. Upon arriving in America, Vito was renamed Vito Corleone by immigration at Ellis Island. ...more on Wikipedia about "Corleone family"
The Duck family is a fictional family created by The Walt Disney Company. Its most well known member is Donald Duck. ...more on Wikipedia about "Duck family"
The Endless are a group of beings who embody various aspects of the universe in the DC comic book series The Sandman, by Neil Gaiman. They are thought to be some of the most powerful (or at least influential) beings in the Sandman universe, and play a central role throughout the series, Dream being the main protagonist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Endless (comics)"
The Fantastic Four is Marvel Comics' flagship superhero team, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and debuting in The Fantastic Four #1 (Nov. 1961). ...more on Wikipedia about "Fantastic Four"
A fictional genealogy is an elaborate fictional family or set of inter-related fictional families. One early version is the vast family tree of the Greek gods, detailing the genealogy of gods and heroes in Greek mythology. One recent example is that of J. R. R. Tolkien who created many family trees for his 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. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fictional genealogy"
The Gearloose Family is a fictional family made by The Walt Disney Company. Its most famous member is Gyro Gearloose. The earliest member of the Gearloose Family is Ratchet Gearloose. Ratchet married someone and had a son named Fulton Gearloose. Fulton married someone and had a son named Gyro Gearloose and one other child. Gyro's sibling married someone and had a son named Newton Gearloose. Gyro has many other relatives but most of them made only one appearance so it's difficult to mention them. One thing that is mentioned is that The Gearloose Family is really good friends with The Duck Family. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gearloose family"
The Glass family is a group of fictional characters that have been featured in a number of J.D. Salinger's short stories. All of the Glass family stories were first published in The New Yorker; several of them have been published as well in book form. ...more on Wikipedia about "Glass family"
Grosse family is a fictional family from the Wolfenstein computer game series. Grosses are bosses in these games. The following members of this family can be encountered: ...more on Wikipedia about "Grosse family"
House Atreides is a fictional noble family from Frank Herbert's Dune novels. ...more on Wikipedia about "House Atreides"
House Corrino is a ruling family in the fictional Dune universe of Frank Herbert. ...more on Wikipedia about "House Corrino"
House Harkonnen is a powerful fictional noble family in Frank Herbert's Dune novels. ...more on Wikipedia about "House Harkonnen" Tell your friends about http://www.shortopedia.com
House Lannister is a fictional family from George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire. House Lannister is the principal house in the westerlands; many lesser houses are sworn to them. Their seat is at Casterly Rock. Their sigil is a golden lion on a field of crimson, and their words are "Hear me roar!" Their unofficial motto, just as well known, states that "A Lannister always pays his debts," for good or ill. ...more on Wikipedia about "House Lannister"
House Ordos is an insidious mercantile House in the Dune universe as presented in the Westwood Studios games. This House does appear in the Dune Encyclopedia (Page 278) but is never mentioned in the novels. ...more on Wikipedia about "House Ordos"
House Richese is a fictional noble family from the fictional universe of Frank Herbert's Dune series. House Richese was a wealthy house before taking over the fiefdom of Arrakis, but the vast expenses required for the spice manufacturing contract, as well as an economic war with the more advanced House Vernius, bankrupted House Richese. ...more on Wikipedia about "House Richese"
House Targaryen is a fictional family in George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire. House Targaryen ruled Westeros for nearly 300 years. Their seats were King's Landing and Dragonstone. Their sigil is a three-headed dragon breathing flames, red on black, and their words are "Fire and Blood." ...more on Wikipedia about "House Targaryen"
House Vernius is a fictional noble family from Frank Herbert's Dune novels. ...more on Wikipedia about "House Vernius"
The Howard Families are a fictional group created by the author Robert A. Heinlein. ...more on Wikipedia about "Howard Families"
This is a genealogy for the main characters from Terry Brooks' Shannara series of fantasy novels. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shannara family tree"
:The Dudley Family is the stable in Extreme Championship Wrestling. For the tag team of Buh Buh Ray Dudley and D-Von Dudley, the most notable and enduring pairing in the stable, see Dudley Boyz. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Dudley Family"
This is the Fry family tree from the television show Futurama. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Fry family tree"
The Jetsons was a prime-time American animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions from 1962 to 1963. After being re-run on Saturday morning for decades, new episodes were produced in 1984, 1985, and 1987 for syndication. The show is essentially the futuristic counterpart of The Flintstones. Both cartoons were family sitcoms projecting contemporary American situations into other time periods. While The Flintstones took place in the far-flung past, The Jetsons takes place in the future. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Jetsons"
The family tree of the fictional McFly family, from the Back to the Future series of films. ...more on Wikipedia about "The McFly family"
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