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The FamilySearch Research Wiki is not meant to be a resource for all types of genealogy information. There are some things that are outside the "scope" of the Wiki. If you have entered information that is marked as outside the scope of the wiki, or has been deleted, you may be wondering why. You may feel that your hard work is is being casually tossed away.
We are grateful for your contributions to the genealogy community. The work that you have put in is very valuable. However, it may not be right for the FamilySearch Wiki. If the information you added to the wiki is about one of the topics below, or as described on the Appropriate Topics page, it doesn't belong in the FamilySearch Wiki.
See the table below to find other wikis and websites that do allow content that FamilySearch Wiki does not.
Directory of alternatives
|NOTICE: The presence of a third-party site does not constitute an endorsement by FamilySearch or the FamilySearch Wiki community.|
|FamilySearch Wiki is not a...||... so try these instead|
|FamilySearch products directory||FamilySearch Product Support|
|Place for ancestor information||Familypedia, GenerationStation, WeRelate.org, WikiTree, 1000Memories|
|Collection of product reviews||ProductWiki|
|Place for religious doctrine or practices||Religion-wiki, Mormon Wiki|
|Place for image of LDS temples||LDS Temples|
|Encyclopedia of holidays and family traditions of the world|
|Place for detailed historical information||Wikipedia, , Families in British India|
|Places to post biographies, data sets and genealogical records|| USGenWeb; werelate.org; 1000Memories; WikiTree; Family History Library (offline); |
Genealogical Societies—Online directories include: daddezio; Federation of Genealogical Societies;
|Or, if you would like to...||... try these instead|
|Create your own Wiki||Wikia, Wikidot, Wikispaces, Wikispot|
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