Those who need genealogy research guidance or information need look no further than the FamilySearch Research Wiki. This genealogy Wiki—a collection of open encyclopedia-style articles written, edited, and updated by the entire community—can help anyone find information about a specific location, understand various records collections, or learn a new approach to family history research. The Research Wiki recently passed two significant milestones for the amount of information that has been shared and the rate at which this accummulated knowledge is being accessed by family history researchers around the world.
Total Articles The Research Wiki includes 40,076 articles to help people with their genealogy research (already surpassing the 40,000 articles that were expected by the end of 2010). At the current rate of growth, the Wiki will include almost 47,000 genealogy research articles by the end of 2010!
Page views The Research Wiki also crossed the 100 million page view mark. Visitors searching for genealogy guidance and information have generated more than 101 million page views since the FamilySearch Wiki began back in 2008. At the current rate of growth, the Research Wiki will reach more than 200 million page views by the end of 2010!
Visit the Research Wiki today to find an genealogy article on a specific location or topic or learn about genealogy research with the help of the Wiki community.