There are 10 newly-discovered genealogy and family-history related blogs that we’ve located this week. Remember to try and help out these new blogs by:
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- adding a comment on their blog saying “hi” and “welcome”
Here are this week’s new listings:
A Lifetime Legacy State of Mind
Blog type: Family, Photos, Professional, Vendor, Writing
Until recently, personal historian, Deborah Tomasetti Perham, considered the legal community her home. Three decades ago, armed with little more than an IBM Selectric typewriter (without correction tape!) and one seriously strong work ethic, she started out providing ad-hoc back office support to law firms long before the words “virtual” and “assistant” were spoken together as phrase.
Throughout the years, Deborah’s knowledge of the legal profession grew and she amassed a vast network of like-minded, legal support professionals. She was particularly drawn to the profession of court reporting, serving that industry for 30 years as an agency owner in New York City.
In 2012 she expanded into the world of personal history, still recording events, but this time there was a change of venue: from courtroom to living room. That’s when “A Lifetime Legacy” was born.
This blog is about what Deborah has learned throughout the past three decades and her experiences with her new friends in the “personal history” community.
(You’ll be happy to know she replaced her typewriter with a tablet and a smart phone.)
Deborah proudly serves as secretary on the board of the Association of Personal Historians
Blog type: Cemeteries, New Zealand
Welcome to Dead Cert – stories from the cemeteries of the Thames Hauraki Coromandel regions. Based on my popular newspaper columns these tales span the era of early pioneer days up to the 1920s.
Eastern Kentucky Genealogy
Blog type: Appalachia, Kentucky
Family trees, ancestry, history and photos from Eastern Kentucky.
Hidalgo y Suárez
Blog type: Professional, Spain, Spanish
Fernando Hidalgo Lerdo de Tejada (Sevilla, España, 1978). Licenciado en Historia (2001), Diploma de Estudios Avanzados en Historia Moderna (2008) y miembro del Grupo de Investigación HUM-202, del Departamento de Historia Moderna de la Universidad de Sevilla; colegiado 5856 del Ilustre Colegio Oficial de Doctores y Licenciados en Filosofía y Letras y en Ciencias de Sevilla; y miembro de la Association of Professional Genealogists, de la Asociación Riojana de Genealogía y Heráldica, y de la Asociación de Genealogía Hispana (HISPAGEN).
Desde el año 2001, ejerzo profesionalmente en el campo de la investigación, la difusión y la divulgación de la historia y la genealogía. Durante los últimos diez años, he investigado en numerosos archivos, cuyos resultados he comenzado a plasmar en mi obra Hidalguías del Reino de Sevilla, cuyo primer tomo vio la luz en el año 2011. He publicado, además, varios artículos sobre genealogía, entre otros, en los Anales de la Real Academia Matritense de Heráldica y Genealogía, en el Boletín de la Asociación Riojana de Genealogía y Heráldica, de la que soy socio y vocal para Andalucía, o en la revista electrónica Cuadernos de Genealogía, de HISPAGEN.
Desde el año 2003, he participado, como responsable de contenidos y coordinador de proyectos, en la producción y la ejecución de diferentes museos, como el Museo del Ejército (Toledo, 2010), el Museo de la Memoria de Andalucía (Granada, 2009) y el Museo de Almería (2006), así como de exposiciones temporales, tanto en España (Azulejos y lozas de Triana en la Colección Carranza, Sevilla, 2010) como en el extranjero (Ibn Jaldún: entre al-Andalus y Argelia, Argel, 2007).
En la actualidad, compagino la investigación histórica y genealógica con la redacción de los siguientes tomos de la obra Hidalguías del Reino de Sevilla y la producción de contenidos de exposiciones de diversas temáticas.
Via Google Translate: Hidalgo Fernando Lerdo de Tejada (Sevilla , Spain , 1978) . BA in History (2001 ) , Diploma of Advanced Studies in Modern History (2008) and member of the Research Group HUM- 202 , Department of Modern History at the University of Seville; referee 5856 the College of Doctors and Graduates in Philosophy and Letters and Science of Seville , and member of the Association of Professional Genealogists , Rioja Association for Genealogy and Heraldry , and the Association of Hispanic Genealogy (HISPAGEN) .
Since 2001 , I practice professionally in the field of research, dissemination and popularization of history and genealogy. During the last ten years , I have researched in many files , the results have begun to capture in my work Hidalguías the Kingdom of Seville, the first volume was released in 2011 . He also published several articles on genealogy, among others , in the Annals of the Royal Academy of Heraldry and Genealogy Matritense in the Bulletin of the Association for Genealogy and Heraldry Rioja , of which I am a partner and member for Andalusia , or in the electronic journal Genealogy Papers of HISPAGEN .
Since 2003 , I have participated as head of content and project coordinator in the production and execution of various museums , including the Museum of the Army ( Toledo, 2010 ) , the Museum of the Memory of Andalusia (Granada , 2009 ) and the Museum of Almeria ( 2006 ) , as well as temporary exhibitions, both in Spain ( tiles and slabs Carranza Collection Triana , Seville, 2010 ) and abroad (Ibn Khaldun : between al- Andalus and Algeria , Algiers , 2007).
Currently, he combines historical and genealogical research with the wording of the following volumes of the work of the Kingdom of Seville Hidalguías content production and exhibition of various topics .
Perry Family Tree
Blog type: Family
This is a blog on genealogy, in particular on items and resources I have found doing my family research over the past 30 years. Others have contributed significantly and they will be cited.
The Family Room
Blog type: California, Library
Welcome to The Family Room! My name is Mary and I am the Collection Specialist here in the California History and Family Research Room at the Madera County Library.
Being a native Maderan, I enjoy being able to share my knowledge of Madera and its history with fellow researchers, as well as assisting those patrons who are just beginning their family research adventure. In full disclosure, I will admit that I am not a writer. I work in a room full of old books, pictures, maps and various collections about Madera County and am quite happy doing just that. However, after working here for some time, it has become clear to me that this room has its own stories to share and for now, I will be the storyteller.
They Came From Virginia
Blog type: African-American, Family
Following the trail of our Doyle and Carr ancestors from Virginia to Iowa one step at a time.
Blog type: Family
I am new to blogging and fairly new to genealogy. I started genealogy in 2011 and decided that a blog would be a great way to share stories and make connections.
Who We Are and How We Got This Way
Blog type: Family, Jewish
In August 2013 I attended the 33rd Annual IAJGS Convention, (International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies) I attended several lectures about writing family histories, bought a book and spoke to many people about the best approach to use. The best advice was given to me was, “It’s better to print some stuff now than nothing EVER” So…prompted by that philosophy (and my brother, Dean) I have decided to publish this blog as a way to share information NOW while working on a multi-volume family history.
WV Roots, Branches and Trees
Blog type: Family, West Virginia
I love genealogy and discovering my roots. Unfortunately no matter how I try, or how often I talk about it, my family does not seem to share my passion and are more than a little tired of hearing about the contents of 100+ year-old wills and other such treasures. I hope to use this blog as a place to ‘talk’ about family history and, perhaps, relieve my family of my sometimes non-stop chatter! I also hope that having a place to put down my thoughts will help me organize the information that I have gathered over the past 10 years or so. Right now I’m pretty excited about my new ‘project’….hope it lasts….
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