WeRelate.org Wiki Description
Find out about the world's largest genealogy wiki to interact with other researchers online, upload GEDCOM files, annotate scanned documents and photos, and more!
Explore a unique wiki-based website designed for genealogists. Find out how you can work with other genealogists by posting new pages and adding genealogical data to existing pages. In addition, you will learn about uploading images, documents and GEDCOM files. Discover other unique features thatWeRelate has to offer, and how you can really tell others about your ancestors.
Currently, WeRelate has over 2,692,000 pages.
Learn what the WeRelate.org wiki is about and why you will want to use it. Also learn how to add pages of your ancestors to WeRelate. In addition, learn tips and tricks to enhance your pages. Find your distant relatives and collaborate with them in solving mysteries and removing pieces of your brickwalls.
About our Speaker
Reference Librarian, The Genealogy Center, Allen County Library System, Ft. Wayne, Indiana
Cynthia Theusch is a native of Michigan and a member of several genealogical societies. She has served as vice president and president of the Mid-Michigan Genealogical Society and worked with the Michigan Genealogical Council’s Program Committee and the Death Indexing Project. Cynthia received a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science and a Certificate in Archival Administration from Wayne State University in 2007. During her study at Wayne State, she received a Student Writing Award on a reference project, a four-page pathfinder on the Civilian Conservation Corps.
Other written works include: The Descendants of Mathias Spang; The Descendants of Nicholas Emmer; The Bauches Who Settled in the Midwest and Other Related Families; The Theusches Who Settled in the Midwest and Other Related Families; and Marriages Extracted from The Social Secretary of Detroit, Volumes 1919-1930 (Covers Years 1917-1929). Cynthia has been a reference librarian in The Genealogy Center since February, 2008 and has spent more than twenty-five years researching her family.
Besides presenting programs at The Genealogy Center, she has spoken at the Michigan Genealogical Council’s annual workshop, as well as for several societies in Michigan and Indiana. Her expertise includes research in Michigan and Luxembourg, French Canadian ancestry, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), and using WeRelate.org.