That's the kind of sensitive information that's hard to get and hard to protect, as defined at the University of Pittsburgh as personally identifiable information (PII). I personally recommend reading and informing about the legal risk and moral responsibility of this type of data.
I not a expert but don't recommend web scrapping for GNN, these techniques use a lot of data, in the BIG way.
But for study activities, if you enjoy data collection, scrapping, and learning more about data processing and modeling, there is two ways:
- You need make manually a few times first, and never masivally
- First need to obtain [at this location] 3 Historical records of church marriage in Staffordshire, UK. With this information, you have the name of the parents, infer the place of birth and the religion (see the century)
- The next step is to find their children in the next n years (0-5) in list form by mother's and father's last name. And you have our first people.
- For age repeat the steps to find your children and determine their age,
but I don't understand the age variable, is it for naming tendency changes over time?
I hope I have been helpful