Welcome to the Research Wiki!
- The FamilySearch Research Wiki is a place were you can:
- Find out how and where to do genealogy research on your family
- Store great research tips you learn about but may not be ready to use yet
- Share your vast amount of genealogy research knowledge
- Collaborate with others to create a comprehensive tool for research guidance
- Below are links to help you get started in any of these areas.
The Wiki Overview
- To understand better what the Wiki is, the following links will help:
Collaborate in the Wiki
- When a Wiki user has a question or comment about a specific article, policy, or other page in the Wiki, they can add their comments to the Discussion page.
- This will send an email to anyone who is "Watching" the page, notifying them of the change. They can come in and reply to the original question or comments.
- See also:
- Genealogists world-wide are working together to help each other find our ancestors! Imagine a place where you may ask any question about anything related to family history. Then imagine community members all over the world with their collective knowledge answering these questions. Post your questions by starting a new thread. Post answers to questions from other researchers. Registering with the FamilySearch Forums will provide the option for automatic notifications on any thread of interest. Two languages are currently available:
Live Community Meetings
Some community members prefer receiving live help on a conference call with fellow community members. If this is your preference, join one or more Community Meetings that are held live online. You will find helpful, friendly support in each meeting.
Edit and Contribute Articles
Review the content listed on the Edit and Contribute article. This page links to several other pages that will help answer numerous question you might have. Articles include information about how to use, search, and contribute to the Wiki.
How to Research Your Family History
Principles of Research: Research Articles from beginning methods to advanced research strategies. A great place to start!