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New Genealogy Blogs May 4, 2013

Newly-Discovered Genealogy Blogs at GeneaBloggers

Newly-Discovered Genealogy Blogs at GeneaBloggers

There are 7 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:

bevs genealogical vitals

Bev’s Genealogical Vitals
Blog type: Research blog

When searching for vital information for my family, there are often many others listed who are not my family.  Those obits, marriages, deaths, etc. are entered on my blog.  I also index history (local and otherwise) books I’ve read that don’t already have an index and add these to my blog.

climbing greenwood

Climbing Greenwood
Blog type: Individual family history

Climbing Greenwood follows my research into my maternal grandmother’s family line.  My Nanny left me with a short family history that I mine for clues.  And I frequently find that her stories are untrue.  But for me, this is all part of the fun of discovering how my ancestors fit into the past.

My research takes me to western Massachusetts (turn of the nineteenth to the twentieth century), Quebec (1638-1860s), New Brunswick (seventeenth and eighteenth centuries), the Isle of Miquelon (eighteenth and nineteen centuries), and occasionally to the present as I wrestle with research issues, false leads, and an unfamiliar past.  I would love company and suggestions as I share my adventure.


Blog type: Individual family history

I’m Jennifer Dunn and I’ve been researching my family history since I was 14. As a child, I couldn’t get enough of my parents’ and grandparent’s stories about the past. I could only imagine picking cotton, visiting those strange places called “outhouses,” or a time when girls were barred from wearing blue jeans to school. As I grew older, my rapt attention to stories of the South’s past grew into a love for history, and I have formulated my own theory that history scholars are simply adults who never grew tired of bedtime stories.

I went on to earn a B.A. in American History (in pursuit of more stories) and now I work to tie my own family’s story to the American story. Nothing makes me happier than realizing my relatives would have traveled down the Old Federal Road in pursuit of land or finding a personal connection to a momentous event, like World War I or the Spanish Flu Epidemic. (As morbid as that may sound!)

When I’m not researching my family history, I’m a writer and own Social Street Media, a digital marketing agency.

If you’re a connection, or have questions or comments about my “Big Questions” then feel free to Contact Me.

michael tormey legacy blog

Michael Tormey’s “Legacy Blog”
Blog type: Genealogy education blog

Drawing on his 33 years of experience with genealogy and historical research, Michael Tormey shares insights and advice on how to research a personal family history.  Particular emphasis is placed on discovering and documenting a family’s “legacy”, as opposed to simply outlining family relationships.

samuel goodwin genealogy

Samuel Goodwin Family Genealogy
Blog type: Individual family history

This site contains genealogical information pertaining to the descendants of Major Samuel Goodwin and Elizabeth Willard, who settled Dresden (formerly Pownalborough), Maine, in the 1700’s. Related families include Twycross, Johnson, Bailey, Bodfish, Goud, Bowman, Houdlette, and Lilly. Any corrections, additions, or further information greatly appreciated.

the family history social

The Family History Social
Blog type: Genealogy industry blog, UK genealogy

Latest views, news and general observations from the world of genealogy, keeping you up to date with new developments in the world of family research.

young gene

Young Gene
Blog type: Australian genealogy, Individual family history

Emma Crameri is based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Indexer for FamilySearch and the Queensland Family History Society.

Image: Group Blog, after J. C. Leyendecker via Flikr –  Mike Licht, used via Creative Commons License.

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