[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 Geneablog! link in the sidebar to pass along information on new blogs.]
This week we offer six new genealogy and family-history related blogs. We now list over 419 in our blog list!
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Blogging A Dead Horse
“DEAD MAN TALKING – What’s to know? Four kids, five grandkids, one wife. Born in Wisconsin but been in Oregon since 1969. The only holy book is the book of nature; every leaf tells a story. Lament not that your time here is so short; be thankful that it happened at all. I subscribe to the view that the chicken is just the egg’s way of reproducing itself. It clarifies ones place in the world.”
Debby’s Indiana Genealogy Blog
“I am an Indiana gal. I married the love of my life in 1972. We have 3 adult children and 3 beautiful granddaughters.”
Everything’s Relative – Researching Your Family History
“I’m a wife & stay-at-home mom to 5 beautiful kids! My favorite hobby (or obsession) is genealogy and I’ve been tracing families for about 15 years. I love the hunt for ancestors – mine and everyone else’s. I’m a “dabbler” in arts & crafts, which I also thoroughly enjoy and post on my other blog.”
Genealogy Frame of Mind
“Wow! I can’t believe it! ME! Joining the bloggers of the world… Welcome to my blog! My blog is all about genealogy – my passion.
My blog will be about things I’ve discovered, challenges in my research, trips we take just for genealogy, my prep for the trips, just plain ole genealogy!
I’m not a rocket scientist but I am passionate about what I do and I love to do genealogy! So stop by anytime, grab a tall glass of sweet tea and sit a spell. We can chat about genealogy – I may even sneak a couple of lines in about my three grandsons or my husband Mark! My research mainly focuses on research in the following states: GA, KY, NC, SC, VA, TN, IN, NJ, MD, WV & OH.”
George’s Genealogical Gleanings Blog
“George G. Morgan has been working on his own family genealogy since he was ten years old in North Carolina, and he has traced his family lines across the southeastern United States and to the U.K., Scotland, and Ireland. He is the president of Aha! Seminars, Inc., a Florida-based company working with library cooperatives and consortia providing continuing education to hundreds of library employees each year.
He is the prolific author of 8 books, including The Official Guide to Ancestry.com (Ancestry Publishing), and How to Do Everything: Genealogy (McGraw-Hill), the second edition of which is published in April 2009. He has written literally hundreds of articles for every North American commercial genealogy magazine, and for many online sites, including Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter (EOGN), Digital Genealogist, the Ancestry Weekly Journal, and at numerous genealogical societies’ websites.
He is the co-host, with Drew Smith, of “The Genealogy Guys Podcast” each week at http://genealogyguys.com. He has recently begun a new blog, “George’s Genealogical Gleanings” at http://georgegmorgan.livejournal.com.
George is a past president of the International Society of Family History Writers and Editors (ISFHWE) and the Genealogical Speakers Guild (GSG). He is currently a director the Florida Genealogical Society of Tampa and maintains its blog website at http://fgstampa.org. He also serves on the board of Florida State Genealogical Society and is their publicity director.
He is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG), the Society of Genealogists (SoG) in the U.K., and many more local, state, national, and international genealogical societies.”
Karen About Genealogy
“I’m a 62 year old college student (my fourth degree!), majoring in Spanish and History at the University of North Florida. I live in a little house on an acre backing up to a state forest with my husband and younger daughter. Our older daughter and son-in-law live nearby, with our grandson, who is ALL BOY! No pets for now, but I hanker for a dog or cat. Or a dog and a cat!”
copyright 2009Thomas MacEntee