All Soberon from all over the world are invited to put items on this weblog. This way every interested familymember and/or namesake can be informed and react to others.
http://eriksoberon.spaces.live.com/ - last updated 26 Oct 2006
Filed under: Single Surname
This site has been established as a clearing house for the research of a team of Morton Family Researchers. The Morton Families from Amelia, Charlotte, Henrico and Prince Edward County, Virginia who migrated to Caswell and Person Counties NC and from there to many other states. We hope it will be useful information to all Morton Researchers
http://mortonfamilyresearch.blogspot.com/ - last updated 21 Oct 2005
http://blackardfamilyhistory.blogspot.com/ - last updated 9 Aug 2005
This Fafinski Family tree was created to share the Fafinski family history with other Fafinski's around the world.
http://fafinski.blogspot.com/ - last updated 13 Apr 2005
We are a non-profit organization devoted to assembling and preserving genealogical and historical materials pertaining to the Hamilton surname (ALL spellings: Hamelton, Hamleton, Hambleton, Hambelton, Hameldon, Hamildon, Homildon, Hameldune, Hamylton) and Allied families.
Welcome to the Wellbelove family history blog. Intended to supplement the 'Wellbelove Genealogy' website, it will include articles of interest on the Wellbelove surname and variants including, Wellbeloved, Welbelove, Welbeloved, etc.
The idea for the Hodder History blog came about after scouring many, many web sites that had the information I needed but at an enormous yearly subscription cost when tallied up together. A bit here a bit there anyway I decided that as I have 20 years of my own Hodder information, death certificates from Utah & Aust, marriage certificates from Australia, photos, stories etc, etc, and had saved all my bookmarks on any Hodder I found on the www that it would be a service to genealogists throughout the world to share this research information especially those searching for Hodder connections. Then I took it one step further and thought how neat it would be if the links took you directly to the Hodder surname. So much time is wasted sifting through the irrelevant stuff. Hence the hodderhistory.blogspot.com blog was born and a new world opened up!