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New Genealogy Blogs October 2, 2010

new genealogy blogs

[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 10  newly-discovered genealogy and family-history related blogs that we’ve located this week for a total of 1,302 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
  • adding them to your blog reader
  • adding a comment on their blog saying “hi” and “welcome”

Here are this week’s new listings:

ancestral paths

Ancestral Paths
Blog type: Individual family history

I’m a firm believer that we must know where we came from before we can know where we are going in this life! I’m became the family historian because of a high school class project. This project made me realize just how little anyone in my family knew about our ancestors. And no one knew absolutly anything about my father’s side. I find it truly sad how little some people know about their family history. It is so important to ask the questions now even if you are not interested in doing research, somewhere down the road, you or someone else may be.

BGs Genealogy Blog

BG’s Genealogy Blog
Blog type: Genealogy education

Blog created by Bill George to share genealogy resources.

graveyard hopping

Graveyard Hopping
Blog type: Cemetery blogs, Midwest genealogy, Minnesota genealogy

My name is Kim Adams, and I’m known as “WhitePineLane” most places online. I’m a blogger, a content writer, a Squidoo lensmaster and an eBay seller. I’ve just recently left my position as Social Media Coordinator for a multi-channel retailer and gone back to the best job I ever had: stay-at-home mom! I have the two best kids ever (one tween and one teen), and I’ve been married to my best friend for 23 years.

This blog is a proud member of two groups that I greatly respect: The Association of Graveyard Rabbits and Geneabloggers.

As a Graveyard Rabbit, this is a cemetery-focused blog, but it will also include quite a bit about my own genealogy research as it ties in with the cemeteries I visit. I look forward to reading your comments and getting to know other GYRs and Geneabloggers and my other readers as well!

heirlooms reunited

Heirlooms Reunited
Blog type: Canada genealogy, Maine genealogy, New England genealogy, Research blogs

Amateur genealogist who enjoys researching and reuniting lost heirlooms. Particular area of interest: New England and eastern Canada. Downeast Maine & Maritime Canada Genealogy

london roots research

London Roots Research
Blog type: UK genealogy

The purpose of this blog is to keep readers up-to-date with London family history related events and records. In due course I intend to add a list of the main London record repositories and profile some of them. I also hope to add some family stories relating to my own London ancestors or those I am researching.

Although I am focussing on London and the South East, I also have experience of researching other regions of the UK, including Devon, Dorset, Warwickshire and Aberdeenshire.

pennys genes

Penny’s Genes
Blog type: Individual family history

I enjoy family history in my spare time. This hobby of mine began with a history class assignment in 1999 and the discovery that my grandparents and great-grandparents had all worked with their family trees. I took their research and expanded it using the web.

rogers family history

Rogers Family History
Blog type: Individual family history

My research in into the family history of my husband’s genealogy which includes the Rogers family of Bucks County PA and Trenton, NJ; the Hildinger family of Armstrong Co, Pa and Trenton, NJ and the Hall family of Nassau, Bahamas.

scandia musings

Scandia Musings
Blog type: Individual family history, Norwegian genealogy, Swedish genealogy

Welcome! This is the site for all my Eriksen and Lidman family genealogy research. Peder & Mollie Eriksen left Norway in 1865 and settled in Minnesota, USA. Elof Larsson & Marit Larsdotter left Sweden in 1882 and settled in Minnesota, USA. Many family members remained in Minnesota, while other family members journeyed onward to North Dakota, Washington and Oregon. Join me on this journey from Scandinavia to the New World!

the keough corner

The Keough Corner
Blog type: Canadian genealogy, Individual family history

Welcome! Providing a place for our family history research on the Keoughs and the Murphys ~ both families were originally from Ireland ~ with stops along the way in Newfoundland, Vermont, New York, Missouri, Nebraska, Washington and Oregon. This is also the place for news, photos and any other exchanges among family members today.

life and travels of wt knowles

The Life and Travels of W. T. Knowles
Blog type: Individual family history, Jewish genealogy

I have been very blessed in many ways. One of those is the ability to work at something I love. Through work assignments and also private journeys, I have been able to have some wonderful experiences. I share those here, so that others of similar interests may enjoy.

© 2010, copyright Thomas MacEntee

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