There are 6 newly-discovered genealogy and family-history related blogs that we’ve located this week. Remember to try and help out these new blogs by:
- using any follow feature listed on the blog
- adding them to your blog reader
- adding a comment on their blog saying “hi” and “welcome”
Here are this week’s new listings:
Ancestor Sleuth Hound
Blog type: Cemetery, Cemeteries, Family
Hello and thank you for visiting my website. My name is David Walton, and I’ve been researching my family’s genealogy for years in the Louisville, KY area.
There’s nothing more thrilling than discovering a long-lost relative — whether living or dead — while digging into your family’s past.
At the same time, it’s not uncommon to uncover a dark family secret or scandal that was never intended to be unearthed! And yes, I’ve encountered my share of surprises.
When not researching my family roots, I can be found traveling around Kentucky and Tennessee in my current job with Uncle Sam. Before that, I worked as a features writer and entertainment columnist at a major metropolitan newspaper.
I created this site in the hopes of inspiring others to pursue their lineage by sharing my own perceptions and experiences. So again, thank you for checking out AncestorSleuthHound.com.
Blog type: DNA, Family, United Kingdom
Initially started the website for documenting my family history and to encourage newly identified cousins to undergo DNA testing, and the blog was for “cousin baiting”. But the genetic genealogy part of the website has mushroomed and the blog is now including postings on genetic genealogy and DNA. See http://www.genealogyjunkie.net/ for more information.
Meet You In Ohio
Blog type: Family, Ohio
My name is Cody Nelson. This blog will be the home for all of the collecting and researching I do in terms of family history and genealogy. The six main surnames I will be researching, Nelson-Mender, Rains-Eberts, and Malblanc-Whalen. Any great number of surnames will make an appearance from time to time.
Posts will contain the following, with at least one big update post a month
- New information (New ancestors, pictures, records)
- Recaps of trips to places where ancestors once lived, possibly to distant still living relatives.
- Cultural recipes where necessary (German pork and sauerkraut on New Year’s Day, Irish corned beef on St. Patrick’s Day)
- What I’ve learned (research techniques, methods)
I will not be spamming posts to my Facebook every time, so if you would like to know when a new post is up, follow by email subscription.
My Family History
Blog type: Family
This is a blog where I post the information I have for my personal family tree. I’m hoping that others will find some of the posts to be of use to their own research. I’m also totally willing to share information with others. All of the images I post here are free to be used for personal, genealogical reasons. Please contact me before you publish any of them though. Also, contact me if you’d like any of the PDFs I mention having, or would like full sized jpgs of any of the images I post.
The Casebook of the Family Sherlock
Blog type: Family, Research
The Casebook of Family Sherlock records the activities of Family Sherlock, a genealogy and family history research service in the Rochester, New York area, specializing in Upstate New York, German, Italian and Irish family history stories.
Blog type: Genealogy society, Research
Welcome to Vita Brevis, the blog of the New England Historic Genealogical Society. Vita Brevis is designed to offer the reader short essays by the Society’s expert staff on their own research as well as news of the greater genealogical community.
As the nation’s oldest genealogical Society, the NEHGS collection has always contained books and manuscripts on other subjects than New England; now, with its growing database collection, NEHGS is truly a national – and an international – resource for family history.
Vita Brevis will include short posts on research methods – applicable to a variety of genealogical subjects – as well as posts on results. Like a mosaic, these posts will, in time, form a new collection for the genealogical researcher to explore.
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