I only manage profiles of people that are either blood relatives or their spouses, so if you see my name on a profile I'm related! I Manage 4,821 profiles as at 13 April 2020.
The one exception is a Dorney branch which I am linked to circumstantially. The only living male descendant of this line never replied to a contact attempt, so my chance of ever proving the connection is slim.
Of course some of my blood relatives are managed by other people as well.
I do a lot of edits as part of the Data Doctors project, so I'm not just editing my relatives.
Completed Genealogy Goals
Biographies written for all ancestors of my children
All blood relatives and spouses entered (where deceased and straightforward to do so) (ca 7,300 persons in tree as at 13 April 2020)
Tree extended using Ancestry's thruline tool
All person and photo hints at Ancestry checked (I will repeat in the future if I ever get an Ancestry subscription again)
Gone through Wikitree matches - just same year and surname, too big a task otherwise
Gone through familysearch matches - probably needs doing again but task is very big and tedious
Uploaded available ancestor photos
Photographed all headstones at South Brisbane Cemetery (billiongraves project)
Future Genealogy Goals
(more or less in order)
Research and add in my German relatives - this is not straightforward due to the language
Reduce my degrees of separation - filling out everybody within four degrees of separation of myself seems like a good start
Keep contributing to various Data Doctor projects
Check my connection each week to the featured profiles and make sure the trail appears correct
It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Mark or other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Mark: