Curators on Geni

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As previously mentioned, Curators are users who are active and well regarded by the community. Curators are volunteers and are not Geni staff. They are users like you, and most have been actively working on the collaborative project of creating a shared historical family tree for over two years.

See also: Curators -- and how YOU can help

List of Curators

Curator Areas of Focus Languages
Rehan Allahwala works with Asian lines English, Urdu
Harald Alvestrand Norway, legendary Viking lines, general busybody Norwegian, English (can make my way in Swedish, Danish and German)
Mimi Arcala
Jennifer Dongvillo Archibald
Susanna Engberg Barnevik
Pablo Benítez Barreto works with mostly Portuguese & Spanish branches Spanish, English, Portuguese
Anne M Berge works with Western Norwegian nobility and connections to Orkney, Scotland, Normandie and Anglo-Saxons, and DNA genealogy norsk, svenska, dansk, English, Deutsch
Heather Fachet Bond is working on the Mayflower families, mainly the Standish line and also the English royals- concentrating on the Tudors English
Chad Bouldin
Bjørn P. Brox works with old Nordic/Viking and Scandinavian noble lines norsk, svenska, dansk, English, Deutsch
Yigal Burstein
Gene Daniell 4 works with the Daniell, Merrill, Holt, and connected trees, and Plantagenets English, French
Richard Eric Kuhlmey Dickinson
Peter Dutton
Maria Edmonds-Zediker Main focus is early Virginia settlement and migration into Carolinas, Kentucky and Midwest. Additional fields of interest include Eastern Cherokee, Gold Rush California and Clopton-Pecche-Peverel family lines in England and US. Volunteer work in Counts of Anjou (800-1100 AD France and England). English only.
Martin Eriksen
Farkas Mihály László works with Hungarian, Polish, German, Austrian, Slovak, Serbian, Czech families Hungarian, English
Ofir Friedman
Flemming Funch
Kevin Hanit
Erica Isabel Howton works with Colonial American families and their ancestors, mostly in England and Scotland English
Sherry Houy
Myrna Huthmacher
Калоян Иванов works with Bulgaria and Eastern Europe, the Balkans; also interested in the Tolkiens, Suffields and Groves families of England Bulgarian, English, a little bit of Spanish, Russian, French, German and Japanese, and also familiar with Greek and Turkish
Terry Jackson works with William the Conqueror descendants down through the Plantagenets English
David Kaleita works with Morrill, Morin, Colby, Chase and Stevens branches English
Shmuel Aharon Kam (Kahn) works with the Biblical Tree, parts of the Jewish historical tree English, Hebrew
Günther Kipp
Kristi Mas
Victar Mas
Vance Barrett Mathis
Brendan Molloy works with Mayflower Families English and partial Hebrew, German and Spanish
Kim Odenweller
Janet Palo-Jackson works with Colonial Quakers, English nobility English
Lúcia Pilla works with Portuguese, Spanish, and French branches Portuguese, Spanish, English, Italian and French
Henn Sarv works with Estonian family trees and connections, Carolingian and Merovingian families, the Trojan lines, Scandic-Greek families, Greek Mythology Estonian, Finnish, English, and Russian
Lars Söderström
Catherine "Erin" Spiceland works with Colonial America, England, Saxony, Bavaria, France, Germany, and middle and ancient western European nobility English
Kris Stewart
Jadranka Sunde works with Croatia (in particular Dalmatia) and Croatian rullers (and links to Hungarian, Austrian, Bosnian, Italian, Serbian, Turkish) Fluent English and Croatian (Serbian/Bosnian), understanding most Slavic Languages and Italian
Justin Swanström works with the Gallo-Romans, early Habsburgs, Etichonids, Dukes of Alemannia, and Dukes of Alsace English
Geoffrey Trowbridge
Tammy Swingle
David Usherwood
Marsha Gail (Kamish) Veazey
Margaret Verner
Daniel Walton works with mostly colonial US parts of the tree English
Lori Wilke
Pam Wilson works with medieval French, Norman and Anglo-Norman families of the 10th-12th centuries. American interests include primarily rural Southeastern US families (17th-19th centuries) English, French and Latin
Richard Wilson
Angus Wood-Salomon English
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