Have you discovered a fascinating page? Did it make you laugh or cry? Please take some time to nominate that page. Why nominate a page? Because, it's like a virtual pat on the back, a way to recognize hard work. Also, featured pages are a wonderful example to those just starting out with WeRelate. A page from the list will be featured on the Main Page each week.
So, let your voice be heard, nominate a great page today!
Next WeRelate Featured Page
A look at the next projected Featured Page:
Future Featured Page Candidates
Please add pages from the nominations below to this "short-list" of candidates for future Featured Pages. Please only add pages that are well-sourced (i.e. - no "red links"), and meet the "Criteria for Genealogy Well-Done Status", listed below (pages should be "cleaned-up" before they are added):
Here are some of the criteria previously established for Genealogy Well Done Status.
[Please insert new Featured Page Candidates Here]:
Sidney Perley -- nice photo, new contributor; fun connection between profile and significant source for early New England research
Need more candidates please, thanks :)
There may be quite a few other candidates for the Featured Page at the page listing Past subjects and winners of the old Genealogy Contest, especially from the 2012-2014 time period. Some that I'm familiar with are Gen. George Patton, Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna of Russia, Capt. Robert Glass, and William "Billy the Kid" McCarty. Others as well. --BobC 15:03, 12 January 2017 (UTC)
Two other fascinating individuals with WR pages are Novelist H.G. Wells and Dame Rebecca West, a noteworthy journalist and writer in her own right. (Their relationship to each other is noted at this page.) The person page for H.G. Wells was initially created as a result of an interesting discussion at the Watercooler in 2015 about differences in approach, focus and content between Wikipedia and WeRelate pages about the same individuals. --BobC 15:03, 12 January 2017 (UTC)
Moved to WeRelate:Featured pages