[Note: this is a regular feature of GeneaBloggers which highlights new genealogy and family history-related blogs as well as those recently discovered by members of GeneaBloggers. Use the Suggest A Blog! link in the menu bar to pass along information on new blogs.]
There are 6 newly-discovered genealogy and family-history related blogs that we’ve located this week for a total of 1,320 genealogy blogs on our list! Remember to try and help out these new blogs by:
- using the Follow feature if the blog is hosted on Blogger
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- adding a comment on their blog saying “hi” and “welcome”
Here are this week’s new listings:
Growing Up in Willow Creek
Blog type: Individual family history, New York genealogy
Genealogies of the Agard, Nunn, Hardenbrook, Wortman, Doyle, and Tucker family lines.
I am a semi-retired Virtual Assistant. I do transcription work when I am not documenting and writing up my family history. I have transcribed oral histories for the Newtown (CT) Oral History project, the Ulysses (NY) Oral History Project, and Newfield (NY) Archives Alive Oral History Project. I am a member of the Newtown Historical Society, Ulysses Historical Society, and Connecticut Society of Genealogists.
La gazette des ancêtres
Blog type: French genealogy, Individual family history
La généalogie a ce côté magique qui vous plonge dans l’histoire, la géographie, la paléographie et bien d’autres chose encore. Elle nous permet de se (re)découvrir une histoire, un passé ainsi que de rencontrer des gens plus passionnés les uns que les autres. Laissez vous prendre au jeu, suivez les indices que vos ancêtres vous ont laissé et vous ne pourrez plus vous en passer !
Translation (via Google Translate): Genealogy is a magic that immerses you in history, geography, paleography and many other things. It allows us to (re)-discover a story, a past and to meet other people who are just as passionate. Join in the fun, follow the clues your ancestors have left you and don’t miss out!
South Australian Lithuanian History
Blog type: Australian genealogy, Lithuanian genealogy
I have always been interested in history and have for a time wanted to record the history of the Lithuanian community in South Australia. After much procrastination i began in December by compiling a list of names. To date I know have over 750 Lithuanian names. Over time I will add more information as it comes to light. I hope that a website detailing this information can be created at a later date.
Southern Family History
Blog type: Genealogy education, Professional genealogists
I am a big history fan. I love traveling to historical sites. I have a great family. My kids are the best and I have the cutest grandson on the planet (but of course I’m a little biased!)
Teresa’s Tangled Roots
Blog type: Individual family history
I’m an amateur genealogist, fascinated with those who came before and the history they left behind. I started my blogs to document the plethora of information I have found on both my husband’s wonderful ancestral history and my own, hoping it will help me to see them more clearly and as something to leave for my sons and grandsons.
Blog type: Cemetery blogs
Follow along with my husband and I as we go traipsing through cemeteries photographing grave markers and transcribing tombstones. Hopefully, we’ll learn a little about burial customs and the study of cemeteries along the way.
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