Genealogy research tips, genealogy news items, genealogy humor, and some family history stories from the keypad of Randy Seaver, who thinks that Genealogy Is FUN!
http://www.geneamusings.com/ - updated today
Toute l'actualité de la généalogie.
http://www.lebloggenealogie.com/ - updated today
An independent view of family history resources and developments with a British-Canadian perspective, from Ottawa, Canada's Capital for more than 150 years.
http://anglo-celtic-connections.blogspot.com/ - updated today
Filed under: International | Personal Research | Tips, Resources & Reviews | French-Canadian & Acadian
À propos de la généalogie au Québec à partir d'exemples tirés des descendants de Gilles Caillouet (les Caillouet, Caillouette, Cayouette...) About genealogy in Quebec with examples pertaining to the direct descendants of Gilles Caillouet (the Caillouet, Caillouette and Cayouette...)
http://chercheurnomade.blogspot.com/ - updated today
The latest genealogical and Legacy news.
http://legacynews.typepad.com/ - updated today
And that's Iowa, by the way. Local history, genealogy, tiptoe through the tombstones and more.
http://lucascountyan.blogspot.com/ - updated today
Filed under: Tips, Resources & Reviews
Researching land records and finding genealogical information IN DEEDS.
http://indeeds.blogspot.com/ - updated today
Filed under: Documentary
An effort to catch bits & pieces of history slipping from the "finger-tips of memory."
http://detourthroughhistory.blogspot.com/ - updated today
Presenting the rich history of Pelham, NY in Westchester County: current historical research, descriptions of how to research Pelham history online and genealogy discussions of Pelham families.
http://historicpelham.blogspot.com/ - updated today
Genealogy and family research are an obsession for me. Yea, verily, I am a Geneaholic!
http://www.geneaholic.com/ - updated yesterday
Filed under: Corporate
Geni is a unique approach to solving the problem of genealogy, which is the question of how everyone is related. Geni lets you create a family tree through our fun simple interface. When you add a relative's email address, he or she will be invited to join your tree. That relative can then add other relatives, and so on. Your tree will continue to grow as relatives invite other relatives.
http://blog.geni.com/ - updated yesterday
The society's mission: further genealogical research and preservation of Pinellas County Florida genealogical material.
http://flpgs.blogspot.com/ - updated yesterday
A place to concentrate on my Cameron family research as well as other, unrelated, Cameron information that is found. My Camerons emigrated from Scotland to Canada and then to Michigan.
http://cameroncollections.blogspot.com/ - updated yesterday
Genealogy and history from Finland - sometimes even in English. Stories are welcome.
http://juhansuku.blogspot.com/ - updated 2 days ago
Historical tidbits about Jamestown and 17th century Virginia colonists; photos, research tips, facts never before published. This blog is sponsored by www.virginiapioneers.net
http://jamestownadventurers.blogspot.com/ - updated 3 days ago
Dedicated to cemetery preservation issues in the great State of Ohio by making strides for improvements one cemetery at a time.
http://limesstones.blogspot.com/ - updated 3 days ago
A blog about genealogy and thoughts about the various roots and branches of my family tree as well as the times in which my ancestors lived.
http://westinnewengland.blogspot.com/ - updated 4 days ago
I have been researching my family history for many years. This blog will share some of the stories, people and events from my extended family tree.
http://myancestors.wordpress.com/ - updated 4 days ago
I've set this blog up with the hope of connecting with others tracing the same surnames and to share photos and information.
http://researchbylily.blogspot.com/ - updated 5 days ago
The free daily online genealogy nautamagazine.
http://genealogyblog.com/ - updated 6 days ago
Families of the Western District of Victoria, Australia.
http://mywdfamilies.wordpress.com/ - updated 6 days ago
Langdon Genealogy, Langdon Family Research, New York to Ohio to Indiana.
http://langdongenealogy.blogspot.com/ - updated 6 days ago
This site has my blog which is my opinions about genealogy and history in and around Rochester, NY. Also, it helps with some advice as to where to find resources and how useful those resources are.
http://rochistory.com/blog/ - updated 6 days ago
Preserving the past of the Cahill, Miller, McMahon, Rottman, Stoffel, Wach, & Webster families (and over 1,000 other twigs)!
http://genblogjulie.blogspot.com/ - updated 7 days ago
All the problems, discoveries, joys and people that come my way on my Genealogical Journey.
http://familytwigs.blogspot.com/ - updated 7 days ago
Genealogical news from Spokane, Washington, USA, and the Inland Northwest.
http://ewgs-spokane.blogspot.com - updated 8 days ago
News for all those interested in Indiana genealogy.
http://indgensoc.blogspot.com/ - updated 8 days ago
The blog that explores the adventures and exploits of the Mountain Genealogist as she researches her family history and that of her clients. Includes tips, news and resources.
http://mountaingenealogy.blogspot.com/ - updated 8 days ago
The purpose of the Caswell County Historical Association Web Log is to encourage conversations about the CCHA, the history of Caswell County, its people, and their genealogy.
http://ncccha.blogspot.com/ - updated 11 days ago
Descendants of John Richmond (of Taunton, MA) who came to America in 1635, incorporating the Richmond Family book published in 1896 and expanding upon it.
http://jbrichmondbook.blogspot.com/ - updated 12 days ago
Updates about Olive Tree Genealogy website and other genealogy websites. Tips & Resources. Helping you find your family tree and ancestry.
http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com/ - updated 15 days ago
Filed under: Corporate
Here you will find informational, and sometimes fun, posts from the folks behind the scenes here at Ancestry. We hope you'll notice just how passionate we are about family history and about the products we're building to help connect families over distance and time.
http://blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/ - updated 20 days ago
I've been researching my family tree since my teens. Now with a young family I have little time for research, so I hope to use this blog to share some snippets of what I've done so far.
http://twigsofyore.blogspot.com/ - updated 20 days ago