Do you like to help others connect to our Global Tree? Join us in the Connectors Project. [closed]

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The Connectors Project focuses on connecting loose branches and twigs to our Global Family Tree. 

Many of us are able to connect right up to this tree when we join, as we have cousins who are already here. Others, it takes some time and effort, and that's where Connectors come in. 

Connectors work on those unconnected families and profiles and research to source and connect them so we're all one tree, rather than many separate ones. 

If you like making connections and helping others with their family research, the Connectors project is the place for you. Just Answer this question below and we'll get you a badge and a welcome!

asked in Requests for Project Volunteers by Abby Glann G2G6 Pilot (364k points)
closed by Abby Glann

Thanks for the recruiting effort. the Challange can always use more entrants.

I would like to become a connector, because I like making family trees


Ask Abby to award you the Connector badge, then come on over to the August Challenge and join the fun..........

Please award me the connecter badge
This is what I do anyway, typically on things that come up in my feed. I'll join up if you'll have me.
Hi! I'd love to join up to support the Connectors Project. I'm a 2nd year communication design student in New Zealand (I'm actually originally from the USA) - and would love to help connect missing information.  Currently i'm working on adding and sourcing information on the Somerville family of Otago/Dunedin - and trying to connect the Mennonite roots of the Haldeman family

52 Answers

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I would like to join please and help out as best I can.

answered by Philip Young G2G Rookie (260 points)
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I'd love to join the CONNECTORS because it's what I love doing most in genealogy.
answered by Dash Dwyer G2G3 (3.9k points)
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I would like to join!
answered by Kristina Gallant G2G1 (1.2k points)
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I'd love to join this project. I did look and I have a few, well some, okay,  I have a lot and plan to work on them and would love to help connect our families. I have already added the Connectors tag to my profile. Can I get a badge? Happy connecting everyone!    Pardon the pun. ; )
answered by Gwen Fleming G2G6 Mach 2 (21.7k points)
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I would like to join Connectors please, if you will have me :)

Thank you :)
answered by Wendy Sullivan G2G6 Pilot (117k points)
+2 votes
I'll try and help out where I can! Sounds like fun
answered by Rianne Thomson G2G Crew (670 points)
+2 votes
Hi, I would like to join the connectors project with focus on Norway.
answered by Sigmund Pettersen G2G1 (1.8k points)
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I'm currently connecting some twigs from Zuid-Holland into the global tree. I would love to be part of the connectors project. Cheers.
answered by
Hi Juliane,

What's your profile ID? I'll get you a badge once I have it (it looks like you weren't logged in when you commented here). Thanks!
Hi there. Logged in now. My profile ID is Beijnders-1. Cheers
+2 votes
I would like to be part of the Connectors Project. Thank you.
answered by A O'Brien G2G3 (3.2k points)
+2 votes
I would like to help wherever possible! I love finding new connections!
answered by Leslie Ricks G2G1 (1.2k points)
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Hi all

I have a number of Treloar ancestors from Wendron, Cornwall and have sources through which I’d like to link into the one tree so I can identify relationships. Love building one tree.
answered by Deborah Talbot G2G6 Mach 3 (30k points)
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Please add me ro the Connectots Project. Thank You,
answered by Brenda Duncan G2G2 (2.3k points)
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I would love to be a project connector! While research all sides of my family history i have came across a lot of reading material and names, using all this information ive have started to adopt orphan profiles even those not directly related to me. I figure someone is looking for the information and id be happy to share all ive found.
answered by Jeannie Helms G2G1 (1.7k points)
+2 votes
Yes I would like too be connected too this lists connected lists of connected connections.XD
answered by Troy Smith G2G6 Mach 5 (52.7k points)
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I love helping others to connect on the global family tree. I have already found several new cousins on wikitree. I located some cousins that I already knew about.
answered by Howard Rankin G2G6 Mach 2 (22.6k points)
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I would like to become a connector.  I have been making connections based on research in MyHeritage and Geni accounts.  I check to see if the individuals fully matched before adding a connection, then add missing details in those profiles that I am allowed to edit, and finally cite my sources in the section of the profile.

I would like to continue in support of the Connectors Project.
answered by Van Noah G2G Crew (770 points)
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I really would like to join the project! For years I've been collecting data about people from Monroe Co, IL, and I always get a kick when I can tie one tree to another. I'd like doing that on a larger scale!
answered by Ron Johnson G2G2 (2.6k points)
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I'd like to help. I have connected most Australian Prime Ministers to the main tree. What do I do next?

answered by John Cherry G2G3 (4k points)
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I would like to become a connector because I have been working on branches of family trees- and have been able to source documents and links to family lines. My main interest in the Metis Genealogy (Canada), because there are many (confusing) links.. and I am trying to clear those up for people.
answered by M Anonymous G2G6 (8.8k points)
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I'd like to be a Connector my gedcom ripped my tree apart and connecting ,clean up ,bio, sources need done on those profiles I'm connecting to as well,.Some profiles I adopted have nothing more then a name. and my being apart of Connectors will give me even more incentive. the wikitree way! 

answered by Linda Stewart G2G6 Mach 1 (11.2k points)

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