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We're Related!

One of the really cool things about WikiTree is that everyone only gets one profile, which makes connecting with cousins and seeing your relationship with someone - by blood or marriage - a click away using the Relationship Finder (RF) or Connection Finder (CF), respectively.
So what to do with that information?

Stickers

WikiTree has three stickers that can be used to show your connection to anyone - Descendant, Relationship Sticker, and Connection Sticker - and many projects have dedicated or tailored stickers that you could also use on your profile (see the following sections for WikiTree-Wide Stickers and Project-Specific Stickers, respectively). "Heritage Stickers" (below) include "Roots Stickers", "Ancestor" stickers, "Born In" stickers, and "Lived In" stickers. For societies, such as DAR, there is the "Society Member" sticker (see below). For a selection of how WikiTree members display their relationships, see Examples (below).

For all stickers listed, please be sure to check the template page for details about the use of the sticker. Most will say how the sticker is intended to be used and all will include details such as sticker parameters. This page was created to share the three WikiTree-Wide Stickers as well as a list with some basic information about available "Project-Specific Stickers". While the Project-specific stickers listed below have some notes, you should still check the template page for additional information and to verify that the information hasn't changed - this page is updated manually. For an automatically updated display of all stickers, with notes, see this page (especially the National section).[1]

Remember that even if stickers can be used on an ancestor's profile, it does not necessarily mean that they should. Stickers added to profiles other than your own need to follow WikiTree's guidelines for stickers (the sticker is relevant to the person represented by the profile, no one objects to the sticker being displayed, and the profile has no more than five stickers).

Profiles for your ancestors are restricted to no more than five stickers (and WikiTree guidance says three is better - see Help:Stickers), but there is no limit to the number of stickers you can have on your own profile.

WikiTree-Wide Stickers

Descendant

Descendant
Descendant of Edward III.
{{Descendant
|id=[[Plantagenet-70|Edward III]]}}
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided it follows WikiTree's guidelines for stickers (the sticker is relevant to the person represented by the profile, no one objects to the sticker being displayed, and the profile has no more than five stickers). It is very flexible. See Template: Descendant for details.
Descendant
Descendant of Charlemagne (per WikiTree).
The following coding can be used to add a clickable link showing the relationship according to WikiTree, but you'll need to add the appropriate WikiTree IDs. Note: If one of the WikiTree-IDs is your own, the sticker should be used only on your profile page, not your ancestor's profile.[2]
  • [https://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:Relationship&action=calculate&person1_name=WikiTree-ID&person2_name=WikiTree-ID WikiTree]
  • The example uses the following coding:
    {{Descendant||id=[[Plantagenet-70|Edward III]] (per [https://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:Relationship&action=calculate&person1_name=Plantagenet-70&person2_name=Carolingian-77 WikiTree])}}

Relationship Sticker

NOTE - The Relationship Sticker and the Connection Sticker are restricted for use on profiles of active WikiTree members only.[3]
Relationship
... is related to Liz.
Relationship
Relationship
{{Relationship Sticker
|name=Liz
|id=Noland-165}}
{{Relationship Sticker
|image=WikiTree_Images-30.png
|relationship=12th cousin, twice removed
|name=Queen Elizabeth II
|id=Windsor-1}}
{{Relationship Sticker
|image= Popular_Errors_in_Colonial_and_Medieval_Lineages-1.png
|name=Edward III
|id=Plantagenet-70}}
Note that the clickable link to the results of Special: Relationship will not work in the examples - it will once saved on your own profile (it won't work until it's saved - in other words, it won't work in preview either).
This sticker is restricted for use on profiles of active WikiTree members. The two parameters are required (the name and the id of the person you're related to). The rest, including the RF trail, is automatic. You can change the default image by using the "image=" parameter. See Template: Relationship Sticker for details.

Connection Sticker

NOTE - The Relationship Sticker and the Connection Sticker are restricted for use on profiles of active WikiTree members only.[3]
Connection
Connection
Connection
{{Connection Sticker
|image= WikiTree_Images.png
|degrees=20
|name=Kevin Bacon|id=Bacon-2568}}
{{Connection Sticker
|image=WikiTree_Images-30.png
|name=Nikola Tesla
|id=Tesla-1}}
{{Connection Sticker
|image= Popular_Errors_in_Colonial_and_Medieval_Lineages-1.png
|name=Queen Elizabeth II
|id=Windsor-1}}
Note that the clickable link to the results of Special: Connection will not work in the examples - it will once saved on your own profile (it won't work until it's saved - in other words, it won't work in preview either).
This sticker also is restricted for use on profiles of active WikiTree members. It is different from the "Related to" sticker only in its wording (including the path link being the CF trail) and default image. See Template: Connection Sticker for details.

Project-Specific Stickers

Check the project page of the project managing the profile you're interested in for more information about the project (and in case I missed any in the following list). The project box displayed on a project-managed profile will include a link to that project's main page.

Acadian Project

Acadian Flag
... ... ... is a descendant of an Acadian
{{Acadian Sticker}}
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines:

Descendants of Pocahontas Project

Matoaka Amonute Powhatan
... ... ... is a descendant of Pocahontas. Here is the trail.
{{Pocahontas}}
Note - the trail will not work until the sticker is saved to a profile.
This sticker is not restricted to profiles of active WikITree members, but should not be used on a profile unless the generated trail to Pocahontas is valid (each parent/child relationship supported by reliable sources). For more information, see

Germany Project

Dithmarschen flag
Born in Dithmarschen, Schleswig-Holstein.
{{Nonmigrating Ancestor |addinfo=Born in Dithmarschen, Schleswig-Holstein. |flag=German_Flags-35.png |tooltip=Dithmarschen flag }}
The Germany Project used the Nonmigrating Ancestor sticker for "born in" or "lived in" stickers when needed. Now, however, the project has both a {{Germany Sticker}} as well as the {{German Roots Sticker}} (listed below).
For locations without a Roots sticker, there's the Heritage Sticker. For locations without a born in or lived in sticker, the Templates Project recommends using the Nonmigrating Ancestor sticker.
See Germany Project Templates for additional coding for stickers that you can add to your profile; for images, see German Flags. Stickers based on either the Nonmigrating Ancestor sticker or the Descendant sticker can be used on any profile, provided their use follows project and WikiTree guidelines:

Ireland Project

See the project's Ireland Badges Templates and Stickers page. See also Ireland on this page.

Italy Project

Many projects now have a space page devoted to templates and stickers relevant to the project. See for example Italy Project Templates. One of them, the Italian Roots Sticker, is listed under I, below. See also the Society Member sticker, which has an option for OSIA - the Order Sons of Italy in America.

Huguenot Migration Project

... ... ... is the descendant of a Huguenot emigrant.
{{Huguenot Descendant}}
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines:

Magna Carta Project

Magna Carta Project logo
Descendant of several Magna Carta Surety Barons.
Magna Carta Project logo
{{Descendant
|image=Magna Carta Team Base Camp.png
|imagetext=Magna Carta Project logo
|id=several [[:Category:Surety Barons|Magna Carta Surety Barons]]}}
{{Descendant
|image=Magna Carta Team Base Camp.png
|imagetext=Magna Carta Project logo
|id=[[Calvert-24|Leonard Calvert]], [[:Category:Gateway_Ancestors|Gateway Ancestor]]}}
Just two of several options to show that you are descended from a Magna Carta Surety Baron or one of the project's Gateway Ancestors.
These stickers are based on the Descendant sticker, so they can be used on any profile, provided their use follows project and WikiTree guidelines:

Mayflower Project

... ... ... is a descendant of a Mayflower Passenger.
{{Mayflower Descendants
|passengerID=
|passengerName= }}
This sticker is restricted for use on profiles of active WikiTree members. For more information, see

Nantucket Founders and Descendants Project

Nantucket Founders and Descendants
... ... ... descends from , a Nantucket founder.
{{Nantucket Founders and Descendants Sticker
|descendant}}
Note: The sticker has 18 switches you can use to display the name of the founder you descend from (there were 18).
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines:

New Netherland Settlers Project

... ... ... is the descendant of a New Netherland settler.
{{New Netherland Descendant Sticker}}
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines :

Palatine Migration Project

... ... ... is the descendant of Palatine migrants.
{{Palatine Migration Descendant}}
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines :

Puritan Great Migration Project

Descendant
Descendant of PGM migrant.
{{PGM Descendant}}
Note: Add a | and your ancestor's WikiTree ID and name:
{{PGM Descendant
|[[WikiTree-ID|PGM Ancestor Name]]}
This sticker is restricted for use on profiles of active WikiTree members. For more information, see

Quakers Project

... is a Friend (Quaker) descendant
{{Quakers Sticker
|addinfo=descendant
|living=y}}
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines:

South Africa Project

South African 1820 Settlers Statue
... ... ... South African 1820 Settler and Descendants
{{South African 1820 Settlers Sticker}}
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines:

US Presidents Project

... ... ... is related to US President Theodore Roosevelt. Here is the trail.
{{US President Relative
|Roosevelt-18}}
Note: See Category:US Presidents for their WikiTree IDs.
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines:

US Southern Colonies Project

Descendant
Descendant of a Southern Colonist.
{{Descendant
|id=a Southern Colonist}}
Note: Replace "a Southern Colonist" with [[WikiTree-ID|Name of Your Ancestor]].
The sticker is based on the Descendant sticker, so it can be used on any profile, provided its use follows project and WikiTree guidelines:

Jamestown Stickers

Cross of Saint George
Descendant of Name, a Jamestown settler.
Image of James Forte at Jamestowne
{{Descendant
|image=Flags-8.jpg
|imagetext=Cross of Saint George
|id=[[WikiTree-ID|Name]], a Jamestown settler}}
{{Descendant
|image= Gibson-5871.jpg
|imagetext=Image of James Forte at Jamestowne
|id=[[WikiTree-ID|Name]], a [http://www.jamestowne.org/qualifying-ancestors.html Jamestowne Society Qualifying Ancestor]}}
Just two of several options to show that you are descended from Jamestown colonists. For more, see Stickers for Jamestown Colony.
These stickers are based on the Descendant sticker, so they can be used on any profile, provided their use follows project and WikiTree guidelines:

United States Project

The United States Project does not have a descendant sticker, but see the list of stickers by State at Category: United States Project Stickers & click through to their template pages for coding and parameters. All of the State-level stickers can be modified to show "born in...", some have a "|text=" parameter that allow you to use it to note your descendancy from a famous son (or daughter) of that state, and at least one of its subprojects has its own descendant sticker (Texas). This list displays the stickers and includes the stickers' parameters.

Texas

... ... ... is a descendant of a Texas First Family who settled in the Republic of Texas before February 19, 1846.
{{Texas First Families |flag = Flags_of_North_America-26.png |type = family}}

First Peoples Project Stickers

The First Peoples Project is the administrative umbrella project for a host of projects, ranging from the complex First Peoples Canada Project to the Chibcha Tribe of Colombia (a sub-project of the Muisca Confederation Project). The very popular Descendants of Pocahontas Project is actually a team under the Native Americans Project, which falls under the First Peoples Project umbrella.

Many of these projects have project boxes for profiles they manage. They also have the following stickers (arranged alphabetically by sticker name). Please do not use these stickers casually. The profile should include valid support for the sticker used.

Cherokee Clans

... ... ... was a member of the Cherokee Wolf Clan.
{{Cherokee Clans|Wolf}}
Note that Cherokee clan identity comes from the mother. Please document the source of your information in the biography. Profiles lacking this documentation are subject to having the sticker removed. Generally, living Cherokee would not display this sticker.
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines:

First Peoples Canada Sticker

... ... ... was a Canadian First Peoples and member of the Metis Nation.
{{First Peoples Canada Sticker|nation=Metis}}
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines:

Indigenous Australians Sticker

... ... ... is an Indigenous Australian.
{{Indigenous Australians Sticker}}
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines:

Indigenous Colombian Sticker

... ... ... was an Indigenous Colombian.
{{Indigenous Colombian Sticker}}
This sticker was created to be used on profiles of members of the Muisca Confederation and of the Chibcha Tribe, but can be used on the profile of any Indigenous Colombian provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines:

Native American Sticker

... was Ojibway.
{{Native American Sticker|tribe=Ojibway}}
This sticker can be used on any profile, provided its use follows sticker, project, and WikiTree guidelines:

Pocahontas

Matoaka Amonute Powhatan
... ... ... is a descendant of Pocahontas. Here is the trail.
{{Pocahontas}}
Note - the trail will not work until the sticker is saved to a profile.
This sticker is not restricted to profiles of active WikiTree members, but should not be used on a profile unless the generated trail to Pocahontas is valid (each parent/child relationship supported by reliable sources). For more information, see

Heritage Stickers

Flag of Greece
... has Greek roots.

A "Heritage Sticker" is available if there's not a dedicated sticker for your ancestors, roots, or heritage.

This section includes dedicated "Heritage Stickers", mostly created for projects (see this category). They include "Roots Stickers" and stickers that display similar wording. I refer to them as "Ancestor" stickers, since that wording is along the lines of "... ... ... has English ancestors." Note that the England Project conveyed the following stipulation about its {{English Ancestor Sticker}}

The English Ancestor Sticker should only be used on a profile "where the person or their ancestors were English emigrants to another country. Please do not use on the profile of a person who spent their life in England."

This caveat makes sense for all of the Roots Stickers. "Born in" stickers can be used for those who were born in the country of their ancestors. There's even a "Born Abroad" sticker you could use (see below). And many projects have "Lived in" stickers that can be used for those who were born there, immigrated there, or were "of" there (lived in the place for a significant amount of time). The New Zealand sticker notes on its template page that it can be used for people who were born in or who immigrated to New Zealand. If there is not an existing "Born in" or "Lived in" sticker for the place you are looking for, use the very flexible Nonmigrating Ancestor sticker (originally created as a "one flag" option to the Migrating Ancestor sticker, for those who did not leave the country where they were born). These two stickers are listed under Additional Personal Stickers, below.

While the "Roots Stickers" and "Ancestor" stickers are most often used by active WikiTree members if they, or their ancestors, emigrated from their "Roots" location, the "Born in" and "Lived in" stickers are equally appropriate for ancestors' profiles (keeping in mind the "5/3" rule - no more than five stickers; three is better).

The following list of Heritage Stickers contains even less information than the list of "Project-Specific Stickers, so please be sure to check the sticker's template page to see if its use is restricted. Because all stickers use the base template "Sticker", you can find them all in Category: Stickers (the entries with "/docs", which hold the template's documentation, display the same as the entries without "/docs", which hold the template's coding). Or you can add the sticker's main name (what's between {{ and the the first | ) to wikitree.com/wiki/Template: - for example:

Note: If the coding example in the list below is clickable, clicking it will take you to the sticker's template page.

The "Description" section of the template page may note how the sticker can be used, or text below the Info box may give details. Check the Info box for a timeframe and a project - if a timeframe shows, say, 1200-1776, then it's not a sticker that you can use on your own profile, since you were not alive between those years. Knowing the project is helpful if you're not sure whether or not you can use the sticker on your own profile. Another way to tell if a sticker is managed by a project is if it adds a category (if it does, the Examples table will have a column for the category/ies).

Canada Flag
... ... ... est né en Québec, Canada.

And the best reason to check a sticker's template page is to discover the hidden treasures that might await you. For instance, the example for the Canada sticker (below) gives one glint ("|born in=yes" - otherwise it's a "Lived in" sticker), but there's so much more. The sticker at right (or above, depending on screen size) is based on the Canada Sticker!

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I
J - M - N - P - S - U - W

A


African-American

US Black Heritage Project
... ... ... is a part of US Black heritage.
{{African-American Sticker}}

African Ancestry

Africa Project
... ... ... has African ancestry.
{{African Ancestry}}
Africa Project
... ... ... has Yoruba ancestry.
{{African Ancestry|group=Yoruba}}
Note: See the "Parameters table" at Template: African Ancestry for a list of ethnic groups supported by the sticker.

Australia

Victoria flag
... ... ... was born in Victoria, Australia
{{Australia Sticker|Victoria}}
See this page (specifically, this section) for all available stickers related to Australia.

B


Belgian Roots

... ... ... has Belgian origins.
{{Belgian Roots}}

C


Canada

Canada Flag
... ... ... was born in Canada.
{{Canada Sticker|born-in=yes}}
Canada Flag
... ... ... est né en Canada.
{{Canada Sticker|born-in=yes|lang=fr}}

China

Chinese Roots
... ... ... has Chinese Roots.
{{Chinese Roots|image=Flags-55.png}}

Czech Roots

... ... ... has Czech Roots.
{{Czech Roots Sticker}}

D


Denmark

Danish Roots
... ... ... has Danish ancestors
{{Danish Roots}}
Danish Native
... ... ... was born in Denmark
{{Danish Native}}

E


England

English flag
... ... ... has English ancestors.
{{English Ancestor Sticker}}
Flag of Essex (historic flag)
... ... ... was born in Romford, Essex, England.
{{England Sticker|Essex|Romford}}
Note: The English Ancestor Sticker sticker is restricted to use on profiles where the person or their ancestors were English emigrants to another country. The England Sticker (the "born in" sticker) would be appropriate for people who spent their life in England.

F


French Roots

... ... ... a des origines françaises.
{{French Roots|lang=fr}}

Finland

Finland
... ... ... has Finnish ancestors.
{{Finnish Roots}}
Finland
... ... ... asui Suomessa.
{{Finland Sticker|lang=fi}}
Finland
... ... ... levde i Finland.
{{Finland Sticker|lang=sv}}

G


German Roots

... ... ... has German Roots.
{{German Roots Sticker}}
... ... ... lived in {{{location}}}.
{{Germany Sticker}}

H


Hungarian Roots

... ... ... has Hungarian Roots.
{{Hungarian Roots Sticker}}

I


Iceland

Flag of Iceland
... ... ... has Icelandic ancestors.
{{Icelandic Roots}}
Flag of Iceland
... ... ... lived in Iceland.
{{Iceland Sticker}}

India

India Roots
... ... ... has ancestors from India
{{India Roots}}
India Sticker Native
... ... ... was born in India
{{India Sticker}}

Ireland

... ... ... has Irish ancestors.
{{Irish Clans}}
Ireland Native
... ... ... was born in Ireland.
{{Ireland Native}}

Isle of Man

Isle of Man flag
... ... ... was born in the Isle of Man
{{Isle of Man Sticker}}

Italian Roots

... ... ... has Italian Roots.
{{Italian Roots Sticker}}
... ... ... ha origini italiane.
{{Italian Roots Sticker|lang=it}}

J


Jamaica

Jamaican flag
... ... ... has Jamaican ancestors.
{{Jamaican Ancestors}}
Jamaican flag
... ... ... was born in Jamaica.
{{Jamaica Sticker}}

Jewish Roots

... ... ... has Jewish Roots.
{{Jewish Roots Sticker}}

M


Malta Sticker

Maltese Flag
... ... ... was born in Malta.
{{Malta Sticker}}

Mauritius Sticker

Flag of Mauritius
... ... ... was born in Mauritius.
Flag of Mauritius
... ... ... has Mauritius ancestry.
{{Mauritius Sticker}}
{{Mauritius Sticker|roots}}

Mexico

Mexican flag
... ... ... has Mexican ancestry.
{{Mexican Roots Sticker}}
Mexican flag
... ... ... was born in Mexico.
{{Mexico Sticker}}

N


Netherlands

Nederlanders
... ... ... is gerelateerd aan Nederland.
{{Netherlands Sticker}}

New Zealand

New Zealand
... ... ... lived in Otago, New Zealand.
{{New Zealand Sticker|region=Otago}}
Note: This sticker is for people who were born in or who immigrated to New Zealand, but you must include a location, which adds the profile to that category (after saving, check to ensure the category exists). See Template: New Zealand Sticker for details.

Norway

Norwegian Roots
... ... ... has Norwegian ancestors
{{Norway Roots}}
Norwegian Native
... ... ... was born in Norway
{{Norway Native}}

P


Polish Roots

... ... ... has Polish Roots.
{{Polish Roots Sticker}}

Portugal

Portuguese Flag
... ... ... has Portuguese ancestors.
{{Portuguese Ancestor Sticker}}
Portuguese Flag
... ... ... nasceu em Portugal.
{{Portugal Sticker|lang=pt}}

Prussia Sticker

Flag of Prussia
... ... ... was born in the Province of Pomerania, Prussia
{{Prussia Sticker|Pomerania}}

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican flag
... ... ... has Puerto Rican ancestry.
{{Puerto Rican Roots Sticker}}
Puerto Rican flag
... ... ... was born in Puerto Rico.
{{Puerto Rico Sticker}}

S


Scotland

Scottish flag
... ... ... has Scottish Ancestors.
{{Scottish Ancestor Sticker}}
Scottish flag
... ... ... was born in Scotland.
{{Scotland Sticker}}
... ... ... is a member of Clan MacDonald.
{{User Scottish Clan|clan=Clan MacDonald}}
See also this section of this Scotland Project page and this G2G post.

Slavic Roots

... ... ... has Slavic Roots.
{{Slavic Roots Sticker}}

Slovik Roots

... ... ... has Slovak Roots.
{{Slovak Roots Sticker}}

South African Roots

South African Flag
... ... ... is genealogies verbind aan Suid Afrika /is genealogically connected to South Africa
{{South African Roots Sticker}}

Spain

Spanish Flag
... ... ... has Spanish ancestors.
{{Spanish Ancestor Sticker}}
Spanish Flag
... ... ... was born in Spain.
{{Spain Sticker}}

Swedish Roots

Swedish Roots
... ... ... has Swedish ancestors
{{Swedish Roots}}
Sweden
... ... ... lived in Sweden.
{{Sweden Sticker}}

Switzerland Sticker

Swiss flag
... ... ... is of Swiss descent
{{Switzerland Sticker}}

U


Ukrainian Roots

... ... ... has Ukrainian Roots.
{{Ukrainian Roots Sticker}}

United Kingdom

Union Jack
... ... ... was born in the United Kingdom.
{{United Kingdom Sticker}}

United States

... ... ... is a Native American living on tribal lands inside the boundaries of Arizona.
{{Arizona Sticker|a Native American living on tribal lands inside the boundaries of Arizona|living=y}}
Massachusetts state seal
... ... ... is a Massachusettsan.
{{Massachusetts Sticker|living=y}}
See the list of stickers by State at Category:United_States_Project_Stickers. Click through to their template pages for coding and parameters. This list displays the stickers and includes the stickers' parameters (if any).

W


Wales

Welsh flag
... ... ... has Welsh ancestors.
National Flag of Wales
... ... ... was born in Wales.
{{Wales Roots}}
{{Wales Sticker}}
See also Wales Stickers, which includes coding to use for "born in" stickers showing the 13 Historic Counties.

Additional Personal Stickers

While descendancy and heritage is personal, the following stickers are more specific and did not quite fit under the previous headings.

Born Abroad

... ... ... was born in Peru to parents of Italian citizenship.
{{Born Abroad |image=Flags-10.jpg |nationality=Italian|birthplace=Peru}}

Ethnicity

... ... ... is 1/2 Portuguese, 1/2 French-Canadian.
{{User Ethnicity|flag=Flags-17.png |fraction=1/2|ethnicity=Portuguese, 1/2 French-Canadian}}

Language

de
Dieser Benutzer spricht Deutsch als Muttersprache.
en-3
This user can contribute with an advanced level of English.
fr-0
Cet utilisateur ne comprend pas le français ou seulement avec des difficultés notables.
{{Languages|de|en-3|fr-0}}
The template page has a link to Wikipedia's list of the ISO 639-1 codes. It also explains the levels and why you might include that you do not speak a particular language (for example, if you are a member of Project: France, you might want to note that you speak no French). If you use this sticker, you must at least add the code for your native tongue.

Migration

Flag of France
... ... ... migrated from France to Canada.
Flag of Canada
{{Migrating Ancestor |origin= France |destination= Canada |origin-flag= Flags.png |destination-flag= Flags-1.png}}
See Template: Migrating Ancestor for details on parameters. The template page also has links to pages showing flag images that are available (including the Flag Images category).
Flag of Nantucket
Elizabeth Starbuck was born on Nantucket Island.
{{Nonmigrating Ancestor |addinfo=Elizabeth Starbuck was born on Nantucket Island. |flag=Short-3582_Photos-13.png |tooltip=Flag of Nantucket}}
See Template: Nonmigrating Ancestor for details on parameters.
Note - There are several projects that focus primarily on migrating ancestors - easily identifiable by "Migration" being included in the project's name. Check their project pages for more information, which may include additional stickers. Ones appropriate to add to your own profile are listed above (Huguenot Migration Project, Palatine Migration Project, and Puritan Great Migration Project); the entries include links to the project page.

Military

... ... ... is a Military Veteran.
Served in the US Navy during the Vietnam War, mostly at sea.
{{Veteran Recognition|badge-image=Military_Badges_and_Insignia-6.png|branch=US Navy during the Vietnam War, mostly at sea.}}
See Template: Veteran Recognition for images and details on parameters. See "Military" for a list of other stickers related to the Military. (I used an example from a branch of the US military because I'm familiar with US military.)

Society Member

Freemason
... ... ... is a Freemason.
{{Society Member
|society=Freemason
|living=yes}}
Note: See Template:Society Member for societies supported by the sticker.
The sticker can be used on any society member's profile (past or present).

Need Images?

You can use a different image for any sticker with the parameter image= as an option. Finding a good sticker image can sometimes be a challenge (what might look good on the image page may be too busy to look good "sticker sized"), and the question has been raised in several G2G posts (see for example this post and this one and this comment, which was the source for the initial list below).

I think there are probably lots more WikiTree members with image pages to share. If you're one of them & your page is not listed, you can send me private message or post a comment with the link to your page.

In addition to exploring the following links, remember that you can right click on any sticker image to see the file name (this should work unless the sticker's image has been coded to be clickable), which is what you need to add as the image= parameter.

Category Pages
These two top-level categories should help you find whatever you are looking for: the first will list all stickers and the second should capture all the other image pages in its subcategories.
Flag Images
See more under the Flag Images category and the subcategories found there.
Religion Images
Occupation Images
Project Information
Template Pages
Those are just a sampling. The template page for many other heritage stickers found listed on this page may include different images or links to pages to find images, as the template page for the Migrating Ancestor sticker does.
WikiTree Members' Pages

Examples

This section is for sharing examples of how active WikiTree members share their relationship(s) with others. It's a selection based on variety. If you'd like to see a profile added, let the page manager know (send a private message, so we don't include someone's profile without their permission).

Stickers
Bullets
Table/s
List
Narrative
Space Pages
Closer Connections - "We're related!" applies to fellow WikiTree members too

Footnotes
  1. Collections of stickers can be found on several pages, aside from "Automated:Template Sticker" just referenced and this Relationship Stickers page. Because Stickers are all created using the Template:Sticker base, they are all listed under Category:Stickers. On that page, you'll find several sub-categories (such as Category:United States Project Stickers). There is also Francis Lehman's "The Encyclopedia of Sticker Templates".
  2. Descendant stickers placed on ancestors' profile that are not relevant for that person will be removed from the profile. For example, King Edward III's relationship to Charlemagne is relevant to Edward - not so much to Charlemagne, since Edward is just one of many royals who descend from Charlemagne. The coding example given to show Edward's relationship to Charlemagne would be removed from Charlemagne's profile. It could also be removed from Edward's profile at the discretion of the profile manager (project or person), if there were too many stickers, or if anyone objected to it being displayed.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Relationship Stickers and Connection Stickers added to profiles other than your own will be removed. See Category:Member-Only Stickers for other Heritage stickers that can only be used on active WikiTree members' profiles.




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Liz, I wanted to the add the new Palatine Migration Descendant sticker to this page, but I don't have editing access here. This is a Heritage Sticker related to the Palatine Migration Project. It is for use on profiles of descendants of Palatine migrants. "Palatine migrants" were German-speaking people usually called "Palatine Germans" or "Palatines," who emigrated from their homelands and settled in North America, Ireland and elsewhere in the 18th century, prior to the American Revolution. The earliest Palatine migrants were the "Poor Palatines," many of them from the Electoral Palatinate region of Germany, who went to England in 1709.
posted by Ellen Smith
edited by Ellen Smith
I've added the new sticker. Thanks Ellen!
posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Are there any Stickers for people who are or have the Woodsmen of the World headstones?
posted by Theresia Kennedy
Not a designated sticker, no. You might want to ask in G2G (tagged Cemeteries) - the Cemeterist Project might have a sticker that could be tailored for it.
posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett

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