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Familypedia: the Biggest Genealogy Site You Probably Never Heard Of

By Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy


Are you familiar with Familypedia, a web site with 242,770 online articles about deceased individuals plus another 366,615 genealogy-related pages?

Familypedia is a wiki, part of the commercial Wikia site. It is a place where YOU can create articles about your ancestors and easily link them to other articles about where and when they lived. The site is primarily text-based with biographical pages about deceased individuals. In some cases, you can find pictures of individuals as well as pedigree charts, maps, and other graphics. In most cases, each deceased person has a separate web page giving details about his or her life and also containing hyperlinks to other web pages that contain information about the person’s relatives. Entire families can be hyperlinked together.

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Dennis Allan Clarke
I am searching an ancestral line within my family going back to the Quinnell family of Gundagai, N.S.W. They had Aboriginal ties that I believe were the Yorta-Yorta people of Southern N.S.W./ Northern Victoria. Would you kindly help me please? Thankyou, Dennis Allan Clarke.