Register for New User AccountWelcome to the Smith DNA & Family Project NEW ACCOUNT REGISTRATION for TNG (Trees)
For all Smiths, Smyths, Smythes, Schmidts, Smitts et al of ALL locations.
Register HERE for the part of the Smiths site (tree part of the Smith Official DNA Project at FamilyTreeDNA) which will enable you to participate in the project. Register to post on the guestbook; you'll also be able to edit your member profile. Second, we will update your member privileges for your branch of the tree after you send in your direct lineage that includes Smith/Schmidt/Smidt/Smythe/Smyth. This will allow you to add/edit your part of the tree, charts, photos, etc edit your profile and certain DNA information. The site is collaborative, meaning that rather than having multiple trees for one ancestor, there is ONE tree for one ancestor, with multiple branches. We do this in order to work on accuracy in conjunction with DNA results. Only those who supply a tree (doesn't matter what format, just needs to be a direct line with an indication of who your earliest sourced Smith ancestor is) need edit privileges, since being able to work on your own branch of this one tree is the whole point! IF YOU ALREADY SUPPLIED A TREE, you don't have to do it again, of course, just remind us. Updating member privileges for editing a tree branch will be AFTER we receive, process your tree, and join you to your branch of the tree.
Send your tree to email@example.com (You may use this form if you like.)You do not have to be registered on TNG to browse as a guest. .
First, we need to be sure you are not a spambot.
Type the 2 words in the Google recaptcha and then hit your enter key to submit
You can refresh the page to get a new set of characters(symbol in the box that has 2 half circles) and you can also try *listening* to the letters by clicking the audio button that looks like a speaker, or click ? for help.If you still are unable to get past the captch, email us with the membername you wish to have, we'll create for you and you can change the password later on.