The WorldGenWeb Project was created in 1996 by Dale Schneider in an effort to answer the ever growing needs of genealogists world-wide who were trying to research their ancestors. The goal of the WorldGenWeb Project is to have every country in the world represented by an online website and hosted by researchers who either live in their own country or who are familiar with their country's resources. The WorldGenWeb Project is a not-for-profit volunteer genealogical organization dedicated to the free access of genealogical information by anyone in the world.
The SouthAmericaGenWeb Project was started in early 1997. The following individuals have served as the Regional Coordinator
- Laura Cook
- Charlotte Meyer
- Nathan Zipfel (current coordinator)
Our dedicated group of volunteers (some local and some throughout the world) are active in research - each hosting a country that they have a research interest in. We pride ourselves on being "available" and being "friendly" -- offering helpful advice to new researchers.
We are a non-commercial entity and work hard to form collaborative relationships with many South American resources on the internet. We do not provide research for a fee nor do we recommend professional genealogists for hire. We do not engage in research for others -- although some of our volunteers do offer to do lookups, at their convenience. Our goal is to provide the "essential elements" that new researchers need. Among those are quality informational pages, pertinent addresses, maps, query and surname resources, and mailing lists.
We hope you enjoy your visit to our pages. You can contact me by Clicking Here.
SouthAmericaGenWeb Regional Coordinator