My name is Frank Wiseley and have recently posted a new online family tree. I plan on making this a quite extensive list of people. People included in this tree is anyone with Wiseley blood and anyone who married a Wiseley.
I have only been working on this for a week and I already have over 600 people in my database with about 600 more that i know of and need to add. And these are just the "Wiseleys" I know about. I just finished adding a line that my close realatives missed. It was around 400 people.
Anyone can view this. There are no catches. No need to be "willing to trade information" (that kinda of stuff drives me nuts). To view full unprotected information (though there isn't much that is limited) you can register by simply sending me an email with a password in it and then you can not only view restricted people, but add people yourself, upload pictures, census, certificates or whatever and even leave a little story or note. No catches. Period.
After having a website I've hosted and maintain for over three years, I decided I would put my family tree online after finding a paper family tree that my uncle Gene (Harold Ugene) Wiseley had given me. And anyone who uses the site can thank my daughter, Jaemz, for giving me incentive to do this. After all I first considered tracking all these people down when I helped her make a family tree for her second grade class (there were only about 10 people in it).
Sincerely, Frank Raymond Wiseley (son of Francis, son of Thomas, son of Joseph Henry, son of Thomas J., son of of Henry, son of Edward, son of John, son of John)