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Again, welcome! Kara 05:51, 2 January 2011 (UTC)
Thank you for registering and being a part of the FamilySearch Wiki! You have really done a lot of work in the Wiki and we are excited to see you getting involved. One thing that we would like you to be aware of is the purpose of the Wiki. The content of the Wiki is generally about "instructions on how to find, use, and analyze records that are genealogically useful." (See more here: FamilySearch Wiki:Purpose, Policies, and Procedures) We noticed that you have added this page, Help:Creating a pagehttps://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Help:Creating a page. While this information is very valuable to individual genealogy, it is not part of the purpose of the Wiki. We would like to help you find ways to contribute your information where it will be seen bythose who are looking for it. There is another page in the wiki that might help with that: FamilySearch Wiki:Try another wiki Can you tell me more about your goals for submitting this information and any other goals for your genealogy work at this time? I can help you find ways to fulfill your goals by using other resources that we are aware of at this time. Let me know your thoughts. Thank you again for the work you are doing! Sandralpond