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Jimmy B. Parker 1939- 2011 Jimmy was one of those amazing contributors. He&nbsp;loved the Research Wiki and because of his massive knowledge and understanding of the &nbsp;American Indians and research in general was able to contribute vast amounts of&nbsp;research information to the&nbsp;Wiki. Before he died, he mentioned that he had contributed about 1500 pages, but still had approximately 6000 pages to finish up the American Indian project. His organizational skills gained from many varied&nbsp;leadership roles over a&nbsp;lifetime helped him to create and lead many productive WikiProjects.
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Jimmy B. Parker 1939- 2011 Jimmy was one of those amazing contributors. He&nbsp;loved the Research Wiki and because of his massive knowledge and understanding of the &nbsp;American Indians and research in general was able to contribute vast amounts of&nbsp;research information to the&nbsp;Wiki. Before he died, he mentioned that he had contributed about 1500 pages, but still had approximately 6000 pages to go. His organizational skills gained from many varied&nbsp;leadership roles over a&nbsp;lifetime helped him to create and lead many productive WikiProjects.

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FamilySearch Wiki has amazing contributors. Here are the ones we have featured on the home page.


Jimmy B. Parker 1939- 2011 Jimmy was one of those amazing contributors. He loved the Research Wiki and because of his massive knowledge and understanding of the  American Indians and research in general was able to contribute vast amounts of research information to the Wiki. Before he died, he mentioned that he had contributed about 1500 pages, but still had approximately 6000 pages to go. His organizational skills gained from many varied leadership roles over a lifetime helped him to create and lead many productive WikiProjects.