Genealogy From Adam to Noah - Printable Chart

There are several interesting things we can learn by studying the genealogy from Adam to Noah. Check out the illustrated chart below and see what observations you can make.

Year born01302353253954606226878741056
Years lived930912815910895962365969777950

Printable Chart (PDF)

You can click here to download a PDF of the above chart and table of the Genealogy From Adam to Noah. This is perfect for printing or for simply keeping for reference. Feel free to use the image of PDF of the chart above in lessons, presentations, and so on. I created the chart myself, but the information it represents is in the Bible, so you're not ripping me off if you use the image - feel free.

Interesting Facts

In observing the genealogy timeline from Adam to Noah, you may have noticed a few interesting facts. Here are a few that stuck out to me.
  • Adam lived to see eight generations, from Seth to Lamech.
  • Adam was alive when Lamech, Noah's father, was born, and he died just 126 years before Noah was born.
  • Methuselah lived longer than anyone else recorded in the Bible: 969 years
  • Methuselah died the same year that the great flood waters came upon the earth, so he either died in the flood itself, or died shortly before the flood arrived.
  • Both Enoch and Lamech were outlived by their fathers
  • When Enoch was taken from the earth, his ancestors from five generations back were still alive (father, grandfather, great grandfather, etc.)

What did you notice from studying the genealogy from Adam to Noah? Share your thoughts below. Then check out this even larger list of interesting facts in the Bible. For example, did you know that in addition to Ishmael and Isaac, Abraham also had six other sons!
About The AuthorJonathan Hostetler lives in southern Pennsylvania. He grew up in a strong Christian family, dedicated his life completely to Jesus at the age of 9, experienced a spiritual breakthrough at the age of 15, and is now in his mid twenties, joyfully serving Yahweh and sharing Yahweh's message of salvation and hope both on the internet and in person.
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