Be a part of something big.
  1. We collaborate on a single family tree for everyone to enjoy, for free, forever.
  2. WikiTree is the most accurate & trusted global tree because we work together, carefully evaluate sources, and incorporate DNA.
  3. Modern family history is private.
  4. It's all free!
  5. WikiTreers who sign the Honor Code don't even see advertisements, but enjoy benefits that cost money on other websites.
WikiTree started growing 15 years ago, from the grassroots up. Our community is now 1,114,958 members strong. Most genealogists and serious family historians have accounts. Our shared tree has 38,571,680 profiles. 13,448,477 have DNA test connections.
New & Notable

War of the Roses Checkerboard Connection Checkers: War of the Roses, featuring Margaret of Anjou, Richard III and more. Are you closer to the Yorks or Lancasters? Can you verify your connection?

Previous features:

[more examples of profiles]

Magazine Cover "WikiTree is a great, collaborative, global family tree site for genealogists of every level from every part of the world." —Family Tree Magazine UK, November 2023

"Before WikiTree, I was skeptical and discouraged about big one-single-trees because there were (are) so many errors, but WikiTree is different because it's collaborative, genial and there are people available to help resolve any issues." — Roberta Estes, blogger

"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


Malcolm Hoare Member of the Week: Malcolm Hoare [interview] has been a member for eight years. He leads the England Project's Oxfordshire Team and helps out in the Virginia and Southern Colonies projects.

"WikiTree's emphasis on accuracy, collaboration, and community engagement sets it apart from other platforms. Despite exploring various genealogical resources, I consistently return to WikiTree due to its unique features and the sense of belonging within its community."

Janet Demcoe Last week: Janet Demcoe [interview] leads the New Jersey Team in the US Black Heritage Project.

"My favorite feature is the WikiTree Browser Extension (shoutout to Ian Beacall). It has sped up my ability to complete profiles for the US Black Heritage 1880 Census project."

[more of our wonderful wikitreers]

GenealogyTV did a video tour: "How to Use WikiTree."

For another member's perspective, see the "Welcome to WikiTree" video series.

Here's a member's introduction in verse: "One tree, two tree ...".