Categories: Prince Edward Island.
Welcome to the Prince Edward Island Team, a sub-team of the Atlantic Canada Team and part of the Canada Project. The Canada Project is currently undergoing a restructuring, so the contents of this page may change quickly. If you can't find what you're looking for, please contact one of the project or team leaders.
Team Leader: Laurie Giffin
- Greg Lavoie
- Doug McCallum
- Leanne Cooper
- Faith Chambers
- Gemma Rooney
- Dawn Ellis
- David Nelson
- You are welcome to join us! Since we are a part of the Canada Project, you must join the project first. Then you can add Prince_Edward_Island to your list of tags, and add your name to this list.
The PEI Team is our way to bring together WikiTreers who share an interest in PEI families. We collaborate, share genealogical resources, and help each other create accurate, well sourced profiles for our family tree. We use use categories and free space pages to describe the families, communities, and events that shaped our ancestors lives.
The PEI team is currently working on:
- PEI Categories - we're preparing to make some adjustments to ensure the PEI categories continue to reflect the unique characteristics of this region over time, and work seamlessly with the categories used across the region and the country. More to come on this task!
- Free Space Pages - we're reviewing the team's free space pages to ensure they continue to support WikiTree members who are researching PEI ancestors. If you like to research and write about PEI, then you may enjoy contributing!
- Your current priorities - you are welcome to add to this list!
Looking for project ideas?
- PEI Families - sometimes accessing older files requires access to specialized resources. If you are interested in researching some of the oldest PEI families, you can provide a useful foundation for WikiTree members who are unfamiliar with the unique characteristics of this area
- PEI Notables - for a tiny island, PEI has contributed more than its share of artists, academics, business and social leaders to the Canadian landscape. Get on your Canadian pride!
- Improving PEI profiles - are you a sourcer? a connector? a problem-solver? Interested in learning? This is an important way to help each other
- PEI Categorization - when we're ready, we may need some help migrating some of the existing profiles
- Your ideas - you are welcome to add to this list!
Some resources that may help with your PEI research include:
- PEI Research resources
- PEI Cemeteries
- PEI Notables
- PEI Families
- Find something we're missing? You are welcome to add to this list!
- Login to edit this profile and add images.
- Private Messages: Contact the Profile Managers privately: Canada Project WikiTree and Laurie Giffin. (Best when privacy is an issue.)
- Public Comments: Login to post. (Best for messages specifically directed to those editing this profile. Limit 20 per day.)
- Public Q&A: These will appear above and in the Genealogist-to-Genealogist (G2G) Forum. (Best for anything directed to the wider genealogy community.)
On 14 Sep 2018 at 00:17 GMT Jane Dyment wrote: