Community Trees Project

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Community Trees[edit | edit source]

The Community Trees Project is an effort to gather and publish the genealogy for a whole town or community. Community Trees are lineage-linked genealogies from specific time periods and geographic localities around the world. The information also includes the supporting sources. Most of the genealogies are joint projects between FamilySearch and others who live locally or have expertise in the area or records used to create the genealogies. Each Community Tree is a searchable database with views of individuals, families, ancestors and descendants, as well as printing options.

The scope of partner projects may be a small, grass roots village or township working together to form a family tree of all the known residents of its community for a given time period. Some are genealogical and historical societies working with FamilySearch to index several sources of data to link them to common, lineage-linked genealogies of a targeted geographic area of interest.

The scope could also be focused on a particular record set and locality. The goal may be to identify and reconstitute all families of a particular place from a village, county, or even a country. Many of the current projects were produced by FamilySearch's Family Reconstitution team and date back to the medieval times.

GEDCOM downloads of the community trees may be available depending on any records access restrictions. No living information is available in this public view. Edits and corrections to these databases are usually restricted by the partners, but please contact them to offer suggestions, corrections and new information. Some partners may have additional information or enhanced versions of the genealogies on their own website. These databases will be updated if they are a work in progress.

If you have a database you have created from original source material that you think would be a good addition to the FamilySearch Community Trees or would like to participate somehow, contact us at

Community Trees Project List:[edit | edit source]

Australia[edit | edit source]

British Isles[edit | edit source]

Europe[edit | edit source]

  • Europe: Royal and Noble Houses (predominantly England and France)
  • Europe: Royal and Noble Houses (predominantly Germany)
  • Liechtenstein: Balzers, St. Nicholai
  • Switzerland: Lauterbrunnen Valley in the Canton of Bern

French Polynesia[edit | edit source]

  • French Polynesia: Austral Islands
  • French Polynesia: Gambier Islands
  • French Polynesia: Leeward Islands
  • French Polynesia: Marquesas Islands: Fatu Hiva
  • French Polynesia: Marquesas Islands: Hiva Oa Island: Atuona
  • French Polynesia: Marquesas Islands: Hiva Oa Island: Hanaiapa and Hekeani
  • French Polynesia: Marquesas Islands: Hiva Oa Island: Puamau
  • French Polynesia: Marquesas Islands: Nuku Hiva
  • French Polynesia: Marquesas Islands: Nuku Hiva Island: Taiohae
  • French Polynesia: Marquesas Islands: Ua Huka
  • French Polynesia: Marquesas Islands: Ua Pou
  • French Polynesia: Marquesas Islands: Tahuata
  • French Polynesia: Tuamotu Archipelago: Fakarava
  • French Polynesia: Tuamotu Archipelago: Hao Atol and Amanu
  • French Polynesia: Tuamotu Archipelago: Hikueru
  • French Polynesia: Tuamotu Archipelago: Katiu
  • French Polynesia: Tuamotu Archipelago: Kauehi
  • French Polynesia: Tuamotu Archipelago: Makemo
  • French Polynesia: Tuamotu Archipelago: Marokau
  • French Polynesia: Tuamotu Archipelago: Raroia and Takume
  • French Polynesia: Tuamotu Archipelago: Taenga
  • French Polynesia: Tuamotu Archipelago: Takepoto and Takaroa
  • French Polynesia: Tuamotu Archipelago: Vahitahi

Iceland[edit | edit source]

  • Iceland: Iceland Historical Family Trees

India[edit | edit source]

  • India: Moga: Punjab District

Italy[edit | edit source]

  • Italy: Cosenza: Aiello Calabro
  • Italy: Rovigo: Bergantino
  • Italy: Treviso: Canizzano
  • Italy: Treviso: San Biagio di Callalta: Ravare

Jewish Families (Knowles Collection)[edit | edit source]

  • Africa and Orient: Knowles Collection: Jews of Africa and the Orient
  • Americas: Knowles Collection: Jews of the Americas
  • British Isles: Knowles Collection: Jews of the British Isles
  • Caribbean: Knowles Collection: Jews of the Caribbean
  • Europe: Knowles Collection: Jews of Europe

North America – Canada[edit | edit source]

  • Canada: Manitoba: Winnepeogosis
  • Canada: New Brunswick: York: Bright
  • Canada: New Brunswick: Queensbury
  • Canada: New Brunswick: York: Southampton
  • Canada: Nova Scotia: Antigonish Roman Catholic Diocese
  • Canada: Nova Scotia: Kings County
  • Canada: Quebec and Maritime Provinces
  • Canada: Toronto: Youngs in Toronto

North America – United States[edit | edit source]

  • United States: Connecticut: Colonial Families 1650-1850
  • United States: Idaho: Gooding: Hagerman Valley
  • United States: Oregon: Hood River
  • United States: Tennessee: Campbell County
  • United States: Tennessee: Knox County: Beaver Ridge
  • United States: Tennessee: Warren County
  • United States: Utah: The Early Utah Community Trees
  • United States: Utah: The Greeks in the West
  • United States: Vermont: Rutland: Middletown Springs Area
  • United States: Washington: Lewis County
  • United States: Wyoming: Lincoln County: Cokeville
  • United States: Wyoming: Lincoln County: Star Valley

Norway[edit | edit source]

  • Norway: Aust-Agder: Valle Clerical District
  • Norway: Oppland: Biri Clerical District
  • Norway: Oppland: Østre Slidre Clerical District
  • Norway: Oppland: Skjaak Clerical District
  • Norway: Oppland: Sor-Aurdal Clerical District
  • Norway: Oppland: Sor-Fron Clerical District
  • Norway: Oppland: Vestre Slidre Clerical District

Pacific Islands[edit | edit source]

  • Pacific Islands: Cole Jensen Collection

South America[edit | edit source]

  • Peru: