Many wikis have a WikiNode or similarly-named page, grouping related wikis for ease of navigation between them. (This is the same basic idea as WebRing, except here it is shown not as a small feature on each page, but as the main content on a specific page. For part of its origins, see http://wikinodes.wiki.taoriver.net/moin.cgi/WikiNodesProject)
For convenience certain non-wiki sites are listed on this page as well. These sites are considered to be of particular utility for genealogists. The objective here is not to provide a comprehensive listing of such sites, but to focus on sites of great utility.
Historical Note: use of the "CamelCase" format as applied to the name of this page, arose in the days when page names had to be single "words". We don't need to use it here but it's harmless and friendly when relating to sites that are stuck with it.
Peize, Netherlands - a Dutch language town wiki (fairly dormant since its chief historian died in March 2008) with hundreds of pages of genealogical material, some of which has been copied to Familypedia
Central Wikia used to have handy categories that we could check:
There are several Wiki sites not associated with Wikia. Each offers slightly different approaches to genealogy. The first three are similar to Genealogy, though more rigidly organized, and are focused on family lineages; there is an on going discussion between these sites directed toward a merger. The fourth site is focused on technical topics about genealogy, rather than on laying out specific family relationshps.
Rodovid - global family tree based on wiki. GEDCOM import and automatic generation of trees showing ancestors/descendants and their siblings. One database for all languages: en,de,nl,pt,ru,uk,ja,he,id,fr,sr - add your language here
Genealogy is a very popular hobby, and this is reflected in the multitude of genealogical sites present on the web. While these are not Wiki style sites, they provide excellent sources for information that are of use to genealogists. The following is not intended as a comprehensive list of such sites, but as a directory of certain key sites widely recognized for their broad content, and utility. The blurb accompanying each link is taken from the site itself. Some of these sites are free, some are subscription services, some combine both free data and subscription services.
WeRelate - GFDL-licensed, Mediawiki software-based genealogy wiki in partnership with the Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States, adhering to the goals of sourcing, collaboration and bringing researchers together to deepen understanding of family history. It is the largest genealogy wiki with pages for over 500,000 people.
Genealogy Wikia - This is a place where you can create articles about your ancestors, and easily link them to other articles about where and when they lived.
WikiTree - One of the main aims of the WikiTree Project is to provide a central place on the internet for kin information about all people we know ever lived, automatically construct bloodline trees, and watch the gradual emergence of global family forest of humanity.
Rodovid - GFDL-licensed, Fast growing international genealogy Mediawiki with over 100,000 personals in 17 language branches.