Dan Malenfant
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Dan Malenfant

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Dan P. Malenfant
Born 1960s.
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Brother of [private sister (1950s - unknown)], [private brother (1950s - unknown)], [private brother (1950s - unknown)], , [private brother (1950s - unknown)], [private brother (1960s - unknown)] and [private sister (1970s - unknown)]
Father of [private son (1990s - unknown)], [private son (2000s - unknown)] and
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Hi Dan,

It would be fun to see you on WikiTree again! I sent you a Trusted List request. Awaiting your reply. Thanks!

posted by Judith (Labrie) Srom
Hi Judith I approved your request
posted by Dan Malenfant
Hi Dan

It has been a couple of weeks since we contacted you about your participation in the Acadia Project and as we haven't heard from you, we are following up to make sure you wish to remain a member.

We understand that interests shift as we grow our shared tree and that some members may have moved on to projects more pertinent to the branches they are currently building. If this is the case for you, please let us know.

If we do not hear back from you within the week, we will assume you have moved on to other things for the moment and remove you from the project. Please know that you will always be welcome to rejoin should your interests shift back in this direction.

Thank you so much for your participation; we genuinely appreciate it.

Karen ~ Volunteer Coordinator

posted by [Living Finnerty]
Hi Dan,

On behalf of the Acadians Project Leaders, we are doing a six-month check-in with members. Please let us know if you are still active. If you are active, please let us know in which ways you are currently contributing to the project.

All of us at WikiTree would like to thank you for your contributions and hope that you are enjoying exploring your roots.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Karen ~ Volunteer Coordinator

posted by [Living Finnerty]
Hello again!

This week we have your last stop on the guided tour. Hopefully, you're feeling like a WikiTree pro!

You've covered a lot of ground the past few weeks. Today, we want to give you just a few more tools that can take you even deeper into the WikiTree forest without getting lost: How to Dig a Little Deeper.

As always, your questions are welcome!

Vicky Majewski ~ WikiTree Mentor


You've probably been hard at work adding family members and getting connected to those that are already here. You should have at least a few profiles that you manage now. So, this week we're going to look at how to work with your Watchlist: How to Manage Your Watchlist.

Please let me know if you have any questions! I am happy to help!

Vicky Majewski ~ WikiTree Mentor


You've been here for three weeks now! We hope you're profiles are starting to come together and that you've enjoyed getting to know all of us a little better. You're probably getting a good feel for the collaborative nature of WikiTree by now. We know that collaboration isn't always easy. So, we've put together a few pointers that can make working in this type of environment a little easier: How to be a Successful WikiTreer. As always, your questions are welcome!


posted by [Living Wood]
Dan --

You've been here a week now, and we hope you enjoyed your first stop on your guided tour of WikiTree and were able to make good use of the things you learned.

Our next stop will give you some pointers on how to make your profiles stand out: How to Make the Most of a Profile.

As always, your questions are welcome!


Hi Dan,

I sent you a private message as we are limited in a comment as to the length of info that can be posted.

David :-)

posted by David Selman
Hi Dan,

Thank you for asking about sources! How are you? I'm David a WikiTree Mentor. Hope you're enjoying our site. Our primary vision is to build a collaborative tree with just one profile per person, so please make sure to look for duplicates on WikiTree before adding a profile.

Sources are critically important for genealogy and you will be helping future genealogists by listing where the information you've added came from. This page describes sources and how to enter sources.

Family Search and Find a Grave are free websites for finding sources:



I'm here to help too, just ask!


posted by David Selman
Hi Dan,

It's great that you have family documents like your grandmother's Bible. You can scan the relevant pages and upload them to WikiTree, perhaps on a Free Space page.

You can cite a Bible the same way you would cite any other book, Title, publisher, date, etc. Then the family information included with your grandmother's name.

The Sources Style Guide is really helpful in showing how to set up various sources.


Hi Dan,

Thanks for joining us! I’m David, a WikiTree Mentor. Hope you're enjoying our site.

Did you have fun learning your way around WikiTree yesterday?

I would be happy to answer any questions you might have after working through How To Start Climbing Our Tree.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

David ~ Wiki Mentor

posted by David Selman

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