From: CA native, retired in FL
Osito, found a nice move from RECONS group about stars within 25 parsecs (81.5 light years - RECONS is Research Consortium on Nearby Stars)
RECONS 25 Parsec database
Some info found in the video:
O Stars none, B stars 1, A stars 29, F stars 141, G stars 244, K stars 550, M stars 1093.
Total star systems 2167 (real close to the DW2 upper limit); Objects 3069
Giants 105, White Dwarfs 137, Neutron Stars and Black Holes 0, Brown Dwarfs 98, Planets 101, Sub Dwarfs 4, Pre Main Sequence 31.
Singles 1533, Binaries 509, Triples 102, Quadruples 19, Quintuples 4, Sextuples 1
So far Gaia has not been converted into a useful database for layman mapmakers like us. The data is there however, 2 million stars!
Formerly Grognerd, currently Doc Savage