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GeneaBloggers is a community of content providers supporting one another with expertise and encouragement as we share our family histories and educate others. Our members provide a wide variety of genealogy content across numerous platforms including blogging, vlogging, podcasting, and nearly all forms of social media.
Basic membership is free. GeneaBloggers spotlights member content to spark interest and drive traffic to members sites. We inspire with content prompts and assist with technical support. We bring people together from all over the world with meet-ups at regional and national conferences.
In addition to the benefits of Basic membership, Premium members can add a description of their site on our membership roll, receive individual Blogiversary (blog anniversary) posts, as well as discounts from our Partner Vendors and other benefits.
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Let’s give warm congratulations to GeneaBlogger Colleen G. (Brown) Pasquale as she celebrates the 13th anniversary of Leaves & Branches today. In addition to being a member of the National Genealogical Society, Colleen is a published author in both professional journal and book formats. She lives in rural New York State and began blogging to learn and share information about her wonderful family. Sharing her genealogical research and family stories continues to be her blogging focus and...read more
Here is a belated shout out celebrating the blogiversary of Jenny Hawran’s Like Herding Cats Genealogy. Jenny is a long time genealogist, who grew up in and still lives in Windsor, Connecticut. She is currently the Vice President of the Connecticut Society of Genealogists and Secretary of The Descendants of the Founders of Ancient Windsor. In addition to her volunteer activities, she also offers professional genealogy services. She began blogging on 8 June 2015 because she wanted to share...read more
Linda Stufflebean created Empty Branches on the Family Tree on 14 January 2014 and has kept blogging at a steady pace ever since. Her husband thought she’d never stick with it! She has kept true to her original goal of sharing ancestral stories along with genealogy tips, tricks and resources. She was born in Passaic, New Jersey and lived in Rhode Island and Mexico City, Mexico before settling in Southern California for 31 years. After retirement, she and husband Dave moved to Oro Valley,...read more
J. Paul Hawthorne began writing GeneaSpy on January 15, 2015, so it’s time to celebrate his 8th blogiversary. Paul grew up in San Diego, California and hasn’t strayed far from home as today he resides in nearby Escondido. Originally, his blogging goal was to showcase great resources for genealogy. However, he has energetically pursued genealogy education through membership in the National Genealogical Society and attendance at an enviable number of local, regional and national genealogy...read more
It’s time for another GeneaBloggers Meet and Greet. To support each other as a community, it’s important that we get to know one another. Below, you’ll see the names, tags and a brief description of blogs that were added to the GeneaBloggers Roll during the summer and fall of 2022. Get to know the content providers who registered their sites in our Membership roll over the summer.. In addition to their site name, you’ll see the description of their site and categories they...read more
We’re happy to announce that Linda Stufflebean will be taking over the role of Premium Membership Chair. During her 18 years of blogging, Linda has always been extremely supportive of other genealogy providers. She’ll be a great asset to the GeneaBlogger organization! Get to Know Linda Stufflebean Linda Stufflebean has been an avid genealogist for 40+ years, chasing ancestors all over the United States, Canada, England, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Slovakia. She is...read more
What Our Members are Saying
GeneaBloggers has provided resources to help me tell my family story, with prompts to help craft posts and ideas on how to make my blog reach more people.
I love the sense of community—sharing ideas and tips about blogging and genealogy.
Being part of this community also helps me to network with other people with similar goals and interests. I have a lot to learn, and it is nice to feel connected!