Blogging For Ancestors

 

 

 

 

Blogging For Ancestors

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Our Family Vine
Documentation of my genealogical journey.
The Family History Hunt
A blog of my findings whilst looking in more depth into my family tree.
Tree Climbing With Grandma Sonja
Polish Ancestors
Family Pilgrimage
Genealogy Blog on the family history of the Fuller & Armstrong families of Maine and the Korba, Gula and Kurtz families of Western Pennslyvania
PLK Sepia Saturday
Family story in pictures, just to make an order in my knowledge and to save it to my ancestors
Jollett Etc.
Family history of the Jolletts and related families of Virginia
Family Photo Reunion
I reunite identified family photos (and other documents) that I find at antique shops and sales with genealogists and family historians. I try to uncover a little bit of information about each subject, if I can.
Forget Me Not Family History
My Cornish and American Genealogy
Bowling, Bolling Family Kinnections
Research about the Bowling, Bolling and all other spellings Family. This includes other surnames as well, Baker, Amis, Spicer, Pennington from the Virginia, Kentucky, and North Carolina surrounding area's.
TwoCaledonias Family History Project
TwoCaledonias is a genealogy project that traces my family history on both my maternal Scottish (the Old Caledonia) and paternal New Caledonian and French sides.
Carolina Family Roots
researching and documenting the history of families on my surname page; networking with cousins to factually document our family history.
Roberts Roots and Branches
A blog for the descendants of Hugh Roberts and Margaret Roberts, from Flintshire, Wales; Staffordshire, England; and Rock Springs, Wyoming.
Frontier Mine No. 1
A coal mining disaster that occurred August 21, 1923 in Frontier, Wyoming, killing 99 miners. Newspaper articles, coroner's report, and photographs about the event and the 99 men who were killed.
The Barrett Weblog
This is about my Barrett (and related lines) ancestors. I am putting parts of the book I authored on the blog.
Tree Climbing With Grandma Sonja
Polish Ancestors
Find My Scottish Ancestors
Thoughts and musings about my own family history research and things that I come across while on other research trails.
Dancing With Ancestors
A waltz through time to discover our ancestors and their stories.
ABT UNK
ABT and UNK are abbreviations commonly used in family trees, for "about" (when unsure of a date) and "unknown" (for a name or location). I want to preserve personal and family memories, and this blog is my way to share them with family and friends.
Canadian Genealogist
My website is about all things genealogy. I give website reviews and rating, give opinions, talk about notable figures in history, give recommendations and tips and tricks
Job's Children
I've been researching since I was 14 years old and inherited the title of family historian from my grandfather. This blog is about my journeys and discoveries, mixing in the current mysteries I am trying to solve.
Genealotree
I'm a 20-something-year-old who stumbled into the world of genealogy all because of a scandal.
Genealogical Gems
Welcome to Jeanne's Genealogical Gems! As I delve deeper into my family history and that of my clients, I intend to offer helpful research tips and techniques, genealogy news items, family history research, and some localized history.
Family Stories, Photographs and Memories
I have two sites: family stories photographs and memories, in which I record my everyday discoveries, family stories and photos. The Second: The other half of my tree is a new project in which I plan write about the women in my family tree.
Jana's Genealogy and Family History Blog
A genealogy blog about my family, with ties to Norway, Sweden, Portugal, Brazil, Mexico, England and the United States. Surnames include IVERSON, GILLBERG, MADEIRA, VASQUES, VILLATORO, MATUS, WATERMAN, WEBSTER, as well as others.
DuSyl Family History & Lore
DuCap Sylvester Family History blog is all about the Ancient family history to the more current Ancestors. A Family Blood Lines reach back across the Globe.

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