Family tree of Umar
'Umar ibn al-Khattāb (c. 581 – 644), sometimes referred by Sunni Muslims as 'Umar al-Farooq ("the one who distinguishes between right and wrong") was from the Banu Adi clan of the Quraysh tribe. He was a companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and became the second Sunni Caliph (634 – 644) following the death of Abu Bakr, the first Caliph.
|Lu'ay ibn Ghalib|
|Ka'b ibn Lu'ay|
|Murrah ibn Ka'b||'Adiy ibn Lu'ay|
|Yaqazah ibn Murrah||Razah ibn 'Adiy|
|Makhzum ibn Yaqazah||Qurut ibn Razah|
|Umar ibn Makhzum||Abdullah ibn Qurut|
|Abd Allah ibn Umar||Riyah ibn Abdullah|
|Mughirah ibn Abd Allah||Abdul Uzza ibn Riyah|
|Hisham ibn al-Mughirah||Nufayl ibn Abdul Uzza|
|Hantamah bint Hisham||Khattab ibn Nufayl||'Amr ibn Nufayl|
|Umar ibn Al-Khattab
|Zayd ibn Amr|
|Zayd ibn al-Khattab||Fatimah bint al-Khattab||Sa'eed ibn Zayd|
|Zaynab bint Madhun al-Jumiya (at the time of Jahiliyyah)||Abdullah ibn Umar||Abd-al-Rahman ibn Abd-Allah
Salim ibn Abd-Allah
|Abd-al-Rahman ibn Umar (the Older)|
|Abd-al-Rahman ibn Umar (the Younger) |
|Hafsa bint Umar||She was first married to Khunais ibn Hudhaifa of Banu Sahm, but became a widow in August 624. She was then married to the Islamic Prophet Muhammad, yet had no issue or descendants.|
|Umm Kulthum bint Jarwal||Ubaid-Allah ibn Umar
Zayd ibn Umar 
|Qurayba bint Abi Umayya al-Makhzumiya (divorced, married by Abdul-Rahman ibn Abi Bakr)||Qurayba and Umar had no issue.|
|Jamila (Atiya) bint Thabit ibn Abi al-Aqlah (from the tribe of Aws)||Asim ibn Umar||Hafs ibn Asim (who in Sahih al-Bukhari alone relates eleven hadith)
Umar ibn Asim (father of Umm Miskin)
Umm Asim Layla bint Asim (mother of Umar ibn Abdul Aziz)
|Umar ibn Abd al-Aziz (the eighth Umayyad Caliph, in Damascus)
Umm Miskin bint Umar (who had a freed slave named Abu Malik, according to Sahih Bukhari)
|Atiqa bint Zayd (former wife of Abdullah ibn Abu Bakr; married Umar in the year 12 AH and after he was murdered, she married Zubayr ibn al-Awam)||Iyaad ibn Umar|
|Umm Hakim bint al-Harith ibn Hisham (married Umar after her husband Ikrimah ibn Abi Jahl was killed in Battle of Yarmouk; they were later divorced but Al-Mada'ini says Umar did not divorce her)||Fatima bint Umar|
|Umm Kulthum bint Ali- married Umar in the year 17 AH||Zayd ibn Umar (nicknamed Ibn al-Khalifatayn or "Son of the two caliphs"
Ruqayyah bint Umar
|Luhyah (a woman from Yemen whose marital status with Umar is disputed; al-Waqidi said she was Umm Walad, meaning a slave woman)||Abd-al-Rahman ibn Umar (the middle or youngest)|
|Rukayhah (as Umm Walad)||Zaynab bint Umar (youngest child of Umar)|
|mother unknown||Another son of Umar was az-Zubayr ibn Bakkar, called Abu Shahmah, although his mother is unknown.|
- "Story of Umar Ibn Khattab".
- Ibn Sa'd, Muhammad (2013). Tabaqat: The Companion of Badr, Translated by Bewley, A. 3. London: Ta-Ha Publishers. p. 307.
- ibn ʻAbd Allāh Zubayrī, Mus'ab. Nasab Quraysh. p. 349.
- ibn Jarir al-Tabari, Muhammad. History of the Prophets and Kings. p. 4.
- Ibn Sa'd, Muhammad. Tabaqat: The Companion of Badr, Translated by Bewley, A. London: Ta-Ha Publishers. p. 3.
- Ibn Kathir, Ismail. Al Bidayah wa al-Nihayah. p. 6.
- Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani, Al-Hafidh Shihabuddin Abu'l-Fadl Ahmad. al-Isaba fi tamyiz as-Sahaba. pp. 8, 193.
- Ibn Kathir, Ibn Sa'd. Tabaqat al-Kubra. 8. p. 338.
- Ibn Kathir (2002). Kitab al-Bidayah wan-Nihayah. Dar al-Wathan publications. p. 168. ISBN 9960-28-117-5.