There are 3 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:
Appalachian Ancestry Journal
Blog type: Appalachian genealogy, Individual family history, West Virginia Genealogy
I’ve been a freelance writer, magazine editor, home schooling mom, and cooking instructor in a summer program for Appalachian kids. I’ve worked as an historical interpreter in museums in Ohio and California and have a degree in history from The Ohio State University. I studied 19th century American women’s history and focused on the history of medicine, childbirth and domestic life. I am a quilter and doll maker.
I started collecting stories and family history in my early twenties and I’m so glad my love of history made me write down those stories. I find myself as one of the elders of the family in my early fifties because most of those storytellers of my youth are gone.
My areas of interest and research:
Workman, Pauley, Nelson, Janney, Chambers, Cole, Thompson, Brown, Griffin, White, McCallister, Nickel, Curry, McNeely, Barnett, Doran, Shadow, Moon, Woertman, Seals/Sayles, Smith
Boone County, Cabel County, Raleigh County, Logan County WV. Monroe, Greenbrier, Giles, Augusta County, VA. Bucks County, PA. New Amsterdam/New York.
The Buff Genealogist
Blog type: Individual family history
My blog is a place for me to post my findings, make connections and practice my research and writing skills.
The Pettypool Family In America: A Blog
Blog type: Individual family history, Surname blog
This is a blog about the Pettypool family and associated families. It is an extension of the The Pettypool Family in America website (http://pettypool.com/blog/).
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