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New Genealogy Blogs 15 April 2017

There are 3 newly-discovered genealogy blogs the week ending 15 April 2017 at GeneaBloggers covering all types of genealogy!

There are 3 newly-discovered genealogy blogs that we’ve located this week. Remember to try and help out 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: 

peter's family history notes

Peter’s Family History Notes
Blog type: Education

Family History – helping us find our ancestors.

storied genealogy

Storied Genealogy
Blog type: Family

“Maybe stories are just data with a soul.” Brene Brown

For more than 15 years I have been climbing my family tree. Collecting dates on births, marriages and deaths is the heart of genealogy but the soul is the story that springs from that data. At Storied Genealogy I will be exploring ways to combine the story to the data. I will be sharing my own story and the tips and tricks that I learned along the way.

I will encourage you to write your story and to tie the data to that story. Together we can write the story of a lifetime.

the genealogy labratory

The Genealogy Laboratory
Blog type: DNA, Professional, Vendor

My name is Jennifer and I decided to create The Genealogy Laboratory to share my genetic genealogy experiences while researching my own family origins.  Through this blog I will share techniques that have worked for me and information I find on my Lujan, Romero, McMahon, and Albin family lines.

I graduated with a B.S. in Clinical Laboratory Sciences and a Master of Public Health some years ago. So I now have a string of various letters behind my name ~MPH, MLS (ASCP)CM.  I have been a practicing genealogist for 15 years and a genetic genealogist for the last 5.  I have worked as a Medical Laboratory Scientist and a Clinical Analyst for the past decade.  I became fascinated with genetic genealogy back when I was an undergrad.  As MLS students we were required to perform our own phenotype testing. All of my classmates matched their respective ethnic percentages within the population, I however did not.  So began my genetic genealogy quest.

My testing skills include:

  • Immunoassays
  • Molecular diagnostic
  • LC-MS
  • Next generation sequencing

Genealogy Experience

  • FTDNA Project Admin for the American Indian U.S. South West DNA Project
  • New Mexico Genealogy Society Finding Aid Project
  • Freelance genetic genealogy research

If you would like to join the  American Indian U.S. South West DNA Project please contact me and I can help you through the process.

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