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The following are the current most viewed articles on Wikipedia within Wikipedia's Clans category. Think of it as a What's Hot list for Clans. More info »

This is a beta release and so the figures may be a day or two out of date. We'd love to get your thoughts.

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
1 Kumhar 154 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
2 Deadly Dozen 79 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
3 Gora Kumbhar 34 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
4 Prajapati Clans 28 Sparkline of topic views for 2 weeks
5 Waman Kumbhar less than 5 views

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Genealogy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Familypedia

This category allows classification of distinct family groups that have more than one surname. Its value includes easy reference for related families without the difficulty of looking through long lists of unrelated people with the same surnames.

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Use

To use it, simply create a suitably-named category or even a single "article" page (with a fairly distinctive name - the examples below are not all really distinctive), and add that category or article to this category (by adding [[category:clans]] to the page).

If you start with a single article page but then want to tie all its people together in their own category, just:

  1. add to that page the proposed "subcategory" name, with a piped link using an asterisk so that that page lists first in the category, eg [[category:Browns of Brownville, PA|*]]
  2. add the same, but with the surname replacing the asterisk, to each individual's page
  3. add [[category:clans]] to the new category

Order of listing

With the diversity of surnames, subcategories of this category may be unnecessarily difficult to use. Probably "piped" category links are desirable so that people are listed in surname order. For a category listing, if the category name is followed by a "pipe", the listing treats the page as if its name was the expression after the pipe instead of the real page name. Example: Virginia Clopton (1813-1876) could have on her page the following link to the Cowan category: [[category:Cowan|Clopton, Virginia]] instead of just [[category:Cowan]], so that she listed under "C" (with other Cloptons and before all the Cowans) instead of "V".

See also

  • Surname in place

External links

  • Wikipedia has a nice article on clans.
  • You may also be interested to read the Wiktionary article.

Subcategories

This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.

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S

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This article uses material from the "Category:Clans" article on the Genealogy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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