New Genealogy Blogs March 6 2010

new genealogy blogs

[Note: this is a regular feature of GeneaBloggers which highlights new genealogy and family history-related blogs as well as those recently discovered by members of GeneaBloggers. Use the Suggest A Blog! link in the menu bar to pass along information on new blogs.]

There are 9 newly-discovered genealogy and family-history related blogs that we’ve located this week for a total of 945 genealogy blogs on our list! Remember to try and help out these new blogs by:

- using the Follow feature if the blog is hosted on Blogger
- adding them to your blog reader
- adding a comment on their blog saying “hi” and “welcome”

Here are this week’s new listings:

beyond the horizon

Beyond The Horizon
http://midgefrazel.blogspot.com/
Blog type: Individual family history, Massachusetts genealogy

Formerly an educational technology journal, this blog will change to be a journal of the adventures of a genealogist who loves technology, writing, and education.

climbing joshuas tree

Climbing Joshua’s Tree
http://www.climbingjoshuastree.com/
Blog type: Genealogy industry blog

My name is Joshua Burkhow, and I have created this site to help you by sharing all the things I learn along the way. If you’d like to ask a question or make a comment you can go to either the “Contact Me” page or email me.

climbing my family tree

Climbing My Family Tree
http://climbingmyfamilytree.blogspot.com/
Blog type: Individual family history

Ongoing adventures in genealogy . . . finding out who my ancestors were and connecting with cousins today! Researching the T.H. WOOD family (1800s Toledo and Cleveland, OH); Mary Amanda DEMAREST Wood (b. NYC 1800s, m. in Louisiana, d. Toledo); Mary SLATTER family (from England to Ohio, pre-1900); William M. McCLURE’s parents (Indiana, 1800s); STEINER ancestors (Pennsylvania and Ohio, 1800s); SCHWARTZ family (late 1800s in Ungvar, Hungary); GELBMAN family (early 1900s, Connecticut); MAHLER and LURIA families (1850-1885 Riga/Kovno); BIRK family (late 1800s from Russia/Lithuania); BICKMORE family, 1700s Mass/Maine.

genealogie feuilleton

Genealogie-Feuilleton
http://teuthorn.net/feuilleton/
Blog type: German genealogy

Family Research Teuthorn from the Thuringia Frankenhausen Schleswig-Holstein and the United States.

genealogy freelancers

Genealogy Freelancers
http://genealogyfreelancers.blogspot.com/
Blog type: Genealogy vendor

A genealogy blog for the serious and the not so serious proudly presented by GenealogyFreelancers.com.

help faerie folk

Help! The Faerie Folk Hid My Ancestors!
http://irishfamilyresearch.blogspot.com/
Blog type: Individual family history, Irish genealogy

I am a former prosecutor, and my father and uncles were policemen and detectives. This background has given me a unique perspective on family history research (my “detective eyes”). I prefer the term “family historian” over “genealogist” because I believe the heart of our research is the collecting and preserving of our ancestors’ life stories, and not just the adding of leaves on the family tree.

journey to the past

Journey To The Past
http://journeytothepastblog.blogspot.com/
Blog type: Individual family history

Welcome to my blog. I am an avid, some might say obsessed, fan of genealogy. I hope to share stories, pictures, research finds, family recipes and other items related to my family history journey.

know your story

Know Your Story
http://knowyourstory.net/
Blog type: Genealogy vendor, Photography

My name is Brooke Neugebauer and I started this blog for two reasons:

1) Because I have goals that I would like to meet and this is my way of being accountable

2) I’d like to let others know about the photo and genealogical preservationservices that I’d like to provide them so they can enjoy their own photos and family history stories for years to come.

Photos, family history, genealogy – preservation of one’s story.  Part of this blog is about trying to get past “road blocks”, reaching goals, and a journey of learning to live in the moment. But most importantly, it is about preserving our pasts and presents though our photos, so all of our wonderful memories and family history stories can be cherished in the future.

roots and branches

Roots and Branches
http://rootsandbranchesfamilyhistory.blogspot.com/
Blog type: Individual family history

“I may have had a pastime in the making when I was little just listening to family stories and then being curious afterward. Or maybe I am hooked because I love the feeling I get when I discover something that helps solve the mystery…I like playing detective. Either way, I thought I would finally get around to blogging about family history. After all, it is on my mind most of the time and keeps me up at night anyway.”
Watch a young mother’s family history blog develop!

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