Toute l'actualité de la généalogie.
http://www.lebloggenealogie.com/ - updated today
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 yesterday
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 yesterday
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 yesterday
Since 1995, DearMYRTLE has provided practical, down-to-earth advice for family historians.
http://blog.dearmyrtle.com/ - updated yesterday
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 yesterday
Info on people places and things helpful in my genealogy research.
http://mariegen.blogspot.com/ - updated yesterday
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 yesterday
Dedicated entirely to Maine history with posts containing marriages/deaths and local news compiled from 19th Century Maine Newspapers.
http://mainelygenealogy.blogspot.com/ - updated yesterday
The official blog of the Missouri State Genealogical Association. Our focus is news about MoSGA events and publications, and news items likely to be of interest to Missouri genealogists.
http://mosga.blogspot.com/ - updated yesterday
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 yesterday
Filed under: Tips, Resources & Reviews
Researching land records and finding genealogical information IN DEEDS.
http://indeeds.blogspot.com/ - updated yesterday
The National Genealogical Society is pleased to announce the launch of UpFront with NGS in blog format.
http://upfront.ngsgenealogy.org/ - updated yesterday
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 yesterday
This is a holding page for obituaries that will eventually be posted and indexed in files at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~scrogginsdata/
http://scrognobits.blogspot.com/ - updated 2 days ago
Filed under: Documentary
An effort to catch bits & pieces of history slipping from the "finger-tips of memory."
http://detourthroughhistory.blogspot.com/ - updated 2 days ago
Filed under: Conferences
Welcome to the official blog of the Annual Southern California Genealogy Jamboree, sponsored by the Southern California Genealogical Society in Burbank, California.
http://genealogyjamboree.blogspot.com/ - updated 3 days ago
The Hayes Family History website details our genealogical quest to find our ancestors. Surnames Include: HAYES, TIERNEY, LEWIS, BEATTIE, SHEEHAN, YERKS, CONDOS, SMITH AND OTHER FAMILIES
http://www.hayesfamily.us/ - updated 3 days ago
Musings on family history, regional history, and other items deemed worthy of comment by a family historian living near the Great Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee.
http://familyhistorian.blogspot.com/ - updated 3 days ago
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 3 days ago
Filed under: Tips, Resources & Reviews | International | Professional Genealogists | Locality Specific
It's a blog by a South African genealogist who has 40 years experience in genealogy and family history. It discusses general international research, as well as more regional discussions on researching ancestors who passed through, visited and settled in South Africa and ways in which to find them.
http://molegenealogy.blogspot.com/ - updated 3 days ago
The latest genealogical and Legacy news.
http://legacynews.typepad.com/ - updated 4 days ago
Filed under: Documentary
This site deals with surnames of the wars of the United States, up to the Civil War, and the civilians of the same era. It will also cover the surnames of the Colonial era. This site is to help all searchers find a lead to their family lines (including Native American ancestors). This site will cover the years from 1700's to the early 1900's.
http://civilwarthosesurnames.blogspot.com/ - updated 4 days ago
Filed under: Genealogy News
http://familyhistorynews.blogspot.com/ - updated 4 days ago
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 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 4 days ago
http://genealogyblog.geneanet.org/ - updated 4 days ago
Member of The Association of Graveyard Rabbits.
http://graveyardrabbitofsanduskybay.blogspot.com/ - updated 4 days ago
A resource and meeting place for the descendants of Johannes Dingler and Nancy Paschall and associated families.
http://www.dingler-family.org/ - updated 8 days ago
Looking at the stories behind the graves, featuring old photographs and current images of headstones, funeral-related and other cemetery topics. Student of funerary architecture.
http://graveyarddetective.blogspot.com/ - updated 8 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 10 days ago