Blogs I Follow

Below is a list of blogs that I follow. For a VERY comprehensive list of genealogy blogs, visit GeneaBloggers.

A Family Tapestry

A Genealogist in the Archives

A Genealogist’s Path to History

a3Genealogy

ABT UNK

Alice Childs

Amy Johnson Crow Blog

Ancestor Network

Ancestral Discoveries

Ancestral Findings

Anglo-Celtic Connections

Anne’s Family History

Are You My Cousin?

Auntie Jen’s Family Trees

A Very Occasional Blog

A Week of Genealogy

Board for Certification of Genealogists

BrotmanBlog: A Family Journey

California Genealogy Society and Library Blog

Carolina Family Roots

Carolina Girl Genealogy

Carpatho-Rusyns of Pennsylvania

Cindy Freed

Climbing My Family Tree

Criminal Genealogy

Debby’s Family Genealogy Blog

Digging Up the Dirt on My Dead People

Discover Genealogy

DNA Painter Blog

DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy

DNAsleuth

Don Taylor Genealogy

Drouin Genealogical Institute Blog

Dutch Genealogy

Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter

Ellie’s Ancestors

Essex (England) Record Office Blog

Evidence Explained

Family History Across the Seas

Family History Fun

Family Locket

FamilySearch

Family Tree Knots

Family Wise Ltd.

Find Lost Russian and Ukrainian Family

Finding Eliza

Fortify Your Family Tree

GeneaJournals

Genealogical Musings

Genealogy a la Carte

Genealogy Adventures

Genealogy at Heart

Genealogy by Paula

Genealogy Ensemble

Genealogy in Action

Genealogy Jamboree

Genealogy Jude

Genealogy Pants

GenealogyBlog

Genealogy’s Star

Genea-Musings

Gould Genealogy & History

Happy Genealogy Dance

Hartley DNA & Genealogy

Heart of the Family

Heartland Genealogy

Internet Archive Blogs

Irish Family Roots

Journey to the Past

Joy Neal Kidney

JSTOR/Daily

Karen’s Chatt

Keeping Grandma Alive

Kitty Cooper’s Blog

Know Who Wears the Genes in Your Family

Lacie’s Genealogy Blog

Lara’s Jewnealogy

Leaves and Branches

Leaves on the Tree

Life from the Roots

Lifehacker

Lifelines Research

Lyfelynes Family History

Lisa Louise Cooke’s Genealogy Gems

Mafia Genealogy

MarieB’s Genealogy Blog – Southeastern USA

Megan Smolenyak

Michigan Family Trails

Molly’s Canopy

Moments in Time, A Genealogy Blog

My Ancestors and Me

MyHeritage Blog

My Trails into the Past

Myricopia

Nutfield Genealogy

Organize Your Family History

Organizing Photos

Past Presence

Past to Present Genealogy

Princes, Paupers, Pilgrims & Pioneers

Query the Past

Sassy Jane Genealogy

Scottish Genes

SearchReSearch

SK Translations

Spartan Roots

Sticklepath: A Village and Its People

Stories from Ipswich and the North Shore

The Advancing Genealogist

The Ancestor Hunt

The Chiddicks Family Tree

The Creative Family Historian

The Family History Guide Blog

The Frugal Family Historian

The Genealogy Girl

The Genealogy Guys

The Genealogy Reporter

The Hidden Branch

The History Interpreter – Janet Few

The Legal Genealogist

The Occasional Genealogist

The Old Trunk in the Attic

The Parchment Rustler

Tracking Down the Family

TransylvanianDutch

Treasure Chest of Memories

Treemily

Untold Lives Blog

Vita Brevis

Voices from a Distant Past

West in New England

Wheaton Wood

 

 

 

 

7 thoughts on “Blogs I Follow”

  1. And thank you for also including my blog on this list. Now I just have to figure out the best way to follow your blog as well. Posts by email? Or Feedly? 🙂

  2. I am from The Hicks Line Via Gober Line in MillBroke Alabama .

    My Family Tree is on FTDNA #36198.

    Thanks yo u for sharing you work. If yo see any error on my tree please advice.

    Best Regards Brett Alexander

  3. My name is Robert Lupo.

    I was adopted. My biological Grandmothers maiden name was Bucknam/ Buckman (it was written both ways, at least in her research). She followed our History beck to Mull Island, Scotland. William Bucknam came to The Boston area (now Malden and Everett) in 1618. Plenty of in formation. See had a hard bound book made. I will be leaving for Boston next week. My brother currently has the book, but I will retrieve it.

    This is slightly Different than my Grandmothers (Rose Bucknam) She was very meticulous. once I have the book I will share.

    Thank you,
    Robert (Morrison) Lupo

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