Since I launched this site in October its grown to about 50 (and counting) users. St. John "cousins" have been submitting their information and its allowing the tree to grow, connect individuals to close cousins, and these connections will help solidify DNA research that is being done separately.
There are still many gaps and people are seeking information you may have in a private tree. The more living St. Johns who submit their information now to a collective tree will make it that much easier for others to connect, for next generations to continue on, and to solve mysteries.
This is a free site committed to simply helping connect the lines for the benefit of all researching the St. John Family.
Please consider joining the site and in the registration field supplying your direct information.
If you have a gedcom file to share, state that in the form.
If you have a mystery you want help solving, state that in the form.
Any and all St. John Researchers are welcome to join the site. It is registration-only for the protection of the data from spammers, etc.
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