Welcome to The Free Family Tree, growing stronger since 2008.
  1. Our community uses DNA and traditional genealogical sources to grow an accurate single family tree.
  2. Privacy controls enable us to integrate modern family history.
  3. Extraordinary protections ensure that our shared tree will never be lost.
  4. Everything is 100% free including many benefits for genealogists who sign our Honor Code.
Our tree includes 19,080,738 profiles (4,756,507 with DNA test connections) edited by 578,332 genealogists from around the world.
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Profile of the Week Profile Image Profile of the Week: Civil rights activist Rosa Parks (1913-2005).

Profile of the Week Profile Image Last week: 41st President of the United States George H. W. Bush (1924-2018). [more profile examples]

 
Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week: William and Ellen Newsome. [more family history photos]

Community Scan-a-Thon Scan-a-Thon: Register now for our first annual photo and document scanning marathon: January 11-14, 2019.

Challenge of the Week: Thousands of people in our shared tree appear to have lived for over 115 years, or had children after they were 100, or got married before they were born. These might be simple typos ... or deep genealogical mysteries. Will you help investigate them?

Member of the Week profile image Member of the Week: Anne Tichborne has created a number of free-space profiles and mini-projects related to the Australia Project, including Kangaroo Island Early Settlers, The Wreck of the Osmanli, The Green and Gold Cookery Book, and Tasmania's Black War. "It's a really interesting way to explore history and make it come alive ... I could just go on doing those forever."

Member of the Week profile image Last week: Rick San Soucie is involved in the Quebecois and French Roots projects. "I also participate in a number of the Data Doctors Challenges ... I like being able to contribute to the overall health of WikiTree profiles."

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10th Anniversary
 
"It's been wonderful to experience how collaborative genealogy in WikiTree makes all of us better genealogists. Collaboration on our shared ancestors encourages us to share information and to hold each other to high standards." Ellen Smith
member since 2014