Frank has told me that WeRelate is touted to be the World's Largest Genealogy Wiki. To access go to:
I haven't yet tried the site. Let me know if you do try it and what you think! Here is what Frank told me about the site:
Recently, a contact of mine on findagrave.com mentioned WeRelate, a genealogy web site I’d not previously heard of. Today, three months later, I'm hooked. If like me, WeRelate is new to you, here’s an introduction to what it is and what it does.
WeRelate is a free genealogy web site where genealogists and family historians share their work in a collaborative "wiki" environment. It’s a free public-service wiki for genealogy sponsored by the Foundation for On-Line Genealogy, Inc. in partnership with the Allen County Public Library.
Genealogy software programs and online sites, like Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org, provide research tools and information to help individuals build their own family trees. WeRelate.org promotes sharing and collaboration across multiple researchers and family trees, resulting in a single "tree." To achieve this, people like me upload individual GEDCOMs that are then merged with matching information already on the site.
By sharing my tree and research on WeRelate, I’m contributing to a larger community effort. I’ve already benefited from this collaboration by having a number of people add documented background and historical information to my ancestors’ pages – information I did not previously know of or have access to.
To date, WeRelate.org has pages for over 2,000,000 people and families. And with each new person and family page added, it’s an outstanding opportunity to share what I know and learn from other researchers. What could be better than that!