WeRelate.org

WeRelate is different from most family tree websites. We take a shared approach to genealogy. By contributing to WeRelate you are helping to build a unified family tree containing the best information from all contributors.

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Happy New Year from WeRelate!

Everyone at WeRelate.org would like to wish you and your families a very Happy, Healthy, Safe and Prosperous 2019! We hope that you'll utilize WeRelate even more in the New Year and we appreciate all of our contributors and volunteers that have made WeRelate the World's Largest Genealogy Wiki. We'd also like to thank the Foundation for On-Line Genealogy and Allen County Public Library (our primary sponsors) for their continued support!

WeRelate is a free public-service wiki for genealogy sponsored by the Foundation for On-Line Genealogy formerly in partnership with the Allen County Public Library. It has pages for over 2,900,000 people and growing. WeRelate is currently in beta. It is supported by volunteers and your tax-deductible donations.

Volunteer Opportunities

We have switched over to a new admin structure - in which everyone is encouraged to participate! We'd like to give a big thank you to our previous administrators who have served for many years. It's time for WeRelate to grow. We encourage you to get involved!

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Crowdsourcing Challenge
~DECEMBER~

The USO has provided live entertainment and other programs to members of the United States Armed Forces since 1941. In December 1968, 50 years ago this month, at the height of American's fight in the Vietnam War, the USO brought celebrities, musicians and actors to help boost the morale of U.S. servicemen and women serving there. Two of these entertainers were Joey Bishop, famous for his "Rat Pack" Vegas shows and Hollywood movies, and Jennie Frankel, one of the Wrigley Doublemint Twins of the late 1960s.

You can read more about this month's WeRelate Crowdsourcing Challenge and help in bringing details of the lives of these two patriotic performers and their families to WeRelate pages. Have fun.