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This Week’s New Geneablogs

[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 Geneablog! link in the sidebar to pass along information on new blogs.]

We’re happy to offer up 10 new geneablogs this week!  Check them out when you have a chance!  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.”
– adding them to your Networked Blogs on Facebook

A Couple of Bubbles Off Center

“About a few immigrant ancestors thinking wayyy outside the miter box to even consider sailing off into the unknown, let alone DO IT. Well, they weren’t always ancestors, you know, like relics in a museum. Just as you’re reading this, they too were once very much alive, experiencing happiness and joys, or sadness and tears. They laughed, they loved, they had dreams. They got together with friends and family at holidays, just like the people above, the FOWLERS and LEWELLENs from Stewartstown WV. And unless your ancestors were rich or comfortably well off, they too worked every day at whatever occupation kept a roof overhead and food on the table.”

Finding Grandpa

“I am a granddaughter. I was a granddaughter. All of my grandparents have passed. I was a granddaughter to three until I was 18, and then I was a granddaughter to a fourth. Until then, I thought my maternal grandfather was dead. And I found him, bizarrely, randomly. This blog is about my fourth grandparent, my mother’s father. In this blog, I will chronicle my journey to “find” him, to know him as a person, to discover the life he led, meet the people he knew and fathered, and, in the process, understand the choices he made and how they impacted my family.”


“I am a native San Diegan, a graduate of San Diego State University, a retired aerospace engineer, a genealogist and a family guy. My wife (Angel Linda) and I have two lovely daughters married to smart men, and four darling grandchildren. We love to visit them and have them visit us. Angel Linda and I love to travel to visit friends and relatives, to sightsee, to cruise or to do genealogy. Our travels have taken us all over the USA, to England and Scandinavia. For earlier posts (not visible on the main post list), please see the Archives listed below by month. If you like my blog, please put it in your Favorites or Bookmarks and visit regularly.”

Genealogy Canada

“Genealogy Canada now has a blog, effective Jan 1, 2008. It still keeps the style and name of, and will present the news of Canadian genealogy, history, and heritage in a quicker, more up-to-date fashion. will still remain the same – but the news posted here will be more current. We can still be contacted at our regular email address of Thank you for visiting us, and we hope you will continue to enjoy what we have to offer.”

Genealogy Lines

“Genealogy is my passion and I enjoy writing … thus Genealogy Lines. My blog will convey information on doing research, ideas for Nebraska research, as well as provide the reader with interesting happenings in the ever-changing genealogy world.”

Jefferson County Indiana Genealogy

“Jefferson County, Indiana is nestled in the SE corner of the State along the Ohio River. This site is for the discussion of genealogy in that county. We also want to share discoveries and share information with one another. It took me 20 years to discover where, exactly my great-grandfather embarked on his trek to the California Gold Rush. Please feel free to join in the discussion. “

Pierce Level

“Pierce Level family history blog takes its name from an area near the town of Wilmer in western Mobile County, Alabama. So many Pierce family members settled in the region that it became known as Pierce Level. This blog follows the ancestors and descendants of Napoleon Bonaparte “Bonie” Pierce (1880-1964) and Julia Lavinia Moody (1886-1965) and the families related to them. It also looks at the region’s rural life and history.“

South San Diego County Graveyard Rabbit

“This blog will provide information about cemeteries and graveyards in South San Diego County in California. South County is defined, arbitrarily by me, as south of Interstate 8 which is about 20 miles north of the US-Mexico border. This blog is a proud member of the Association of Graveyard Rabbits!”

Standing Stones

“I’ve been researching my family for over ten years. In that time, I’ve been lucky enough to visit many cemeteries where my ancestors are buried. Some are in New England where my English ancestors immigrated to. As later generations moved west, they lived and died in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin. In this blog, I’ll share many of these cemeteries with you and also some from Troy, MI where I now live.”

The Topologists’s Blog

“The research and writings of Jim Woodruff, Grand River Topologist and Woodruff Family Genealogist. Grew up on the Paw Paw River in Watervliet. World War II veteran – Pacific. Geological Engineer Colorado School of Mines 1948, career in natural gas transmission and governmental regulation. State of Michigan retiree. Married to Elaine 58 years, father of two pretty good kids. Member of “The Greatest Generation.”

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