Canadian Genealogy & Women's History: Current Ideas, Information & Projects.
http://canadagenealogy.blogspot.com/ - updated 11 days ago
Weekly Blog of interesting people from the past with relevence to the week by Diggin' Roots.
http://diggin-roots.com/blog/ - last updated 20 Feb 2018
My focus will be on Strategies for Starting Your Family History, methodology, technology, the Internet, Mac computers and Ireland. Drop me a note on general topics of interest.
http://www.moughty.com/Blog/Blog.html - last updated 5 Jul 2011
The author of this blog, Douglas B. MacDonald, is a Certified Genealogical Record Searcher (Canada) living in Charlottetown, PEI, Canada.
http://jenkins-ballem.blogspot.com/ - last updated 2 Mar 2017
Tips, ideas and history findings from a professional researcher specialising in the English counties of Devon, Cornwall and Somerset.
http://englishfamilyhistory.blogspot.com/ - last updated 14 Mar 2012
A blog about genealogy; the fun, the frustrations, tips, tricks and most of all - those "AHA!" moments!
http://genealogybycindy.blogspot.com/ - last updated 11 Nov 2012
This blog is educational in purpose and is directed to the beginner and intermediate researcher. Good research practices will be taught.
http://ksummersfamilyhistory.blogspot.com/ - last updated 30 Mar 2013
This blog is a place for us to find random dead by conducting "cold genealogy" for families who are not related to our own. The term is appropriate because we approach a case knowing absolutely nothing about the family we are researching. Whomever we randomly choose, we will use resources available online and present research bits as we find them. The eventual goal is to compile family histories for these random adoptees. We might dig up information on someone who is in your family!
http://www.findyourdead.com/wp/ - last updated 30 Mar 2013
Hints, tips, tricks and a little motivation to help you uncover your roots and find your family story.
Filed under: Professional Genealogists
My purpose is to provide stimulating ideas for genealogy teachers, lecturers and program planners to encourage and provoke them in improving what they do, and how they do it. I am always open to your comments and encourage you to become not just a regular reader, but an involved reader.
http://www.genealogy-education.com/ - last updated 21 Apr 2007