Happy Blogiversary FireworksHappy Blogiverary to As Canadian As Can Be!

Jackie Corrigan (nee Hogue) of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. started As Canadian As Can Be. She chronicles her father’s Hogue and Girardin lineage, illustrating how intertwined her family history is with the people and events in Canadian history. My guess is that it’s no coincidence that her blogiversary falls on Canada’s Thanksgiving Day.

Recent posts include:

Happy Thanksgiving (and Blogiversary) Jackie!

Happy 10th Blogiversary to My Descendant’s Ancestors!

Originally titled “Little Bytes of History,” Elizabeth O’Neal started My Descendant’s Ancestors back in 2007.  Drawing on her expertise as a genealogist, web developer, and her leadership in several genealogical societies, Elizabeth uses her blog to share “family stories, technology, and methodology tips, and to foster community among genealogists, as well as to host the monthly “Genealogy Blog Party.”

Recent posts include:


Happy Blogiversary to Discovering Latvian Roots!

Antra, a “third generation Latvian-Canadian and a genealogist/museum professional specializing in Latvian genealogy and migration history”, started Discovering Latvian Roots in 2009. Her blog offers tips and resources for finding Latvian ancestors. Now residing in Latvia, she’s passionate about sharing Latvian history and heritage.

Contributed by Laura Hedgecock
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