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New Genealogy Blogs May 12, 2012

new genealogy blogs

There are 9 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:

abbie and eveline

Abbie and Eveline
Blog type: Individual family history

Abbie and Eveline were my grandmothers. I was blessed to spend time with one or the other of them nearly every day until the summer of my 7th year, when I moved away from the grandmothers who had played such a significant role in my life. I’m pretty sure that my love for genealogy and all things vintage is their fault.

This is my attempt to collect, share and preserve our family stories – some of which I missed hearing and telling around my grandmothers’ dinner tables. I am also hopeful that I might meet some new “cousins” and that we can share and learn from each other. And let’s be honest, sometimes I’ll just write about whatever I feel like!

ancestree research

Ancestree Research
Blog type: Individual family history, Professional genealogist blog, UK genealogy

Ancestree Research is a friendly and reliable genealogy and family history research service based in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex.

We offer a range of packages designed to help our clients get the most out of their family history. As well as producing family history reports, we have successfully traced living relatives and revealed the truth regarding family stories passed down the generations.

When it comes to genealogy research, each family is different. If the packages available are not what you are looking for, we are happy to discuss your needs and design a custom package that suits you. A family history report can also make a unique gift for a friend or relative.

Alongside our packages listed on our website, we can provide our services at an hourly rate, which is ideal for specific research, such as attempting to find living relatives.

dodgson family history

Dodgson Family History
Blog type: Individual family history

Hello, and welcome to Dodgson Family History online!

Although we have some information publicly available, the majority of our site is ‘behind closed doors’ in a member’s area.

We hope our relations across the world will enjoy and become involved with research into our Family Histories by joining us here.

genealogy jazz

Genealogy Jazz
Blog type: Individual family history

Random thoughts, rantings, and tidbits on my journey through the past.

kearny and young

Kearney and Young Family History
Blog type: Individual family history, UK genealogy, Welsh genealogy

My blog records my progress with my family history about my Benger, Hacker, Kearney, Mansel, Winchombe and Young relatives in Wiltshire, Hampshire and South Wales.

littleton books


Littleton Books Blog
Blog type: Genealogy vendor blog

Littleton Books is the website for anyone interested in learning about genealogy and history. We offer new and used books, as well as other services for the community of family history hobbyists, genealogy professionals, and history educators. Check back often as we are constantly adding new products and services.

minnervis antvalor

Minneris Antavlor
Blog type: Individual family history, Swedish genealogy

I min blogg skriver jag mest om släktforskning och historia, lite konst och många tips om intressant läsning på nätet och i böcker.

Translation (via Google Translate): In my blog I write mainly about genealogy and history, a little art and many tips for interesting reading on the net and in books.

seeking toledo

Seeking Toledo
Blog type: Ohio genealogy

Information on Toledo, Ohio genealogy.

the elucydator

The eLuceydator
Blog type: Individual family history

Welcome to my family history blog, the eLuceydator. My name is Dave Lucey and my passion for genealogy began 20 years ago, when my father told me about a typewritten “memorandum” written by Jack Ineson that detailed my 2nd great-grandfathers family (which Jack had married into). Since I got my hands on that copy, I’ve documented most lines back to the early 1800′s and found several new cousins along the way. My lines are mainly from Ireland (Kerry and Cork), Lithuania, Germany and Italy.

By way of this blog, I hope to preserve some family stories, document brick walls and hopefully provide future generations of my family the head-start that the Ineson memorandum gave me. It would be nice to meet more cousins as well!

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