Blogs I Follow

Reading the work of other bloggers is not only enjoyable, it's also educational.  I take time 2-3 times a week to read what other bloggers are writing about.  I always learn something new.
Here are the blogs I am following regularly right now.  The list gets added to as I find new blogs that I enjoy.

http://ancestoring.blogspot.com/  Ancestoring by Michele Simmons Lewis
http://ancestories1.blogspot.com/  AnceStories by Miriam J. Robbins
http://ancestralbreezes.blogspot.com/   Ancestral Breezes by Jen Baldwin
http://aremyrootsshowing.jenny-ology.com/  Are My Roots Showing by Jenny Lanctot
http://buwt.blogspot.com/    Barking up the Wrong Tree
http://blog.dearmyrtle.com/ by Pat Richley-Erickson
http://blog.eogn.com/eastmans_online_genealogy/ Eastman's Newsletter by Dick Eastman
http://www.geneamusings.com/  Genea-Musings by Randy Seaver
http://genealogysstar.blogspot.com/  Genealogy's Star by James Tanner
http://hackgenealogy.com/  Hack Genealogy by Thomas McEntee
http://janasgenealogyandfamilyhistory.blogspot.com/  Jana's Genealogy by Jana Last
http://manybranchesonetree.blogspot.com/  Many Branches, One Tree
http://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/  Nutfield Genealogy by Heather Wilkinson Rojo
http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com/ Olive Tree Genealogy by Lorine McGinnis Schulze
http://portraitsofeloise.blogspot.com/   Portraits of Eloise
http://scotgen.blogspot.com/ Scot-Gen
http://www.ancestryinsider.org/  The Ancestor Insider 
http://www.legalgenealogist.com/blog/ The Legal Genealogist by Judy G. Russell
http://freemasonsfordummies.blogspot.com/  Freemasons for Dummies by Christopher Hodapp
http://www.ginisology.com/ Ginisology by Gini Webb
http://digginforfamily.blogspot.compot.com. DigginforFamily by Christopher Shaw
http://shannonmthomas.blogspot.com Our Live Picture by Picture by Shannon Thomas
http://www.asouthernsleuth.com   A Southern Sleuth by Michelle Ganus Taggert
http://www.thearmchairgenealogist.com/ The Armchair Genealogist by Lynn Palermo
http://genealogy.julietarr.com/blog/  Julie's Genealogy & History Hub by Julie Cahill Tarr
http://openingdoorsinbrickwalls.wordpress.com/  Opening Doors in Brick Walls by Cathy Meder-Dempsey
http://heart2heartstories.com/  Heart of a Southern Woman by Helen Youngblood Holshouser
http://roots4u.blogspot.com/   Hoosier Daddy? by Michael Lacopo
http://rootsrevealed.blogspot.com  Roots Revealed by Melvin J. Collier
http://worldwidegenealogy.blogspot.com/  by Various Authors
http://ortburg.blogspot.com/Living in the Past-A Family History by Elise Wormuth
http://ohiocountykentuckyhistory.blogspot.com  Ohio County, Kentucky History by Charles A. Leach
http://momentsintimeagenealogyblog.blogspot.com/   Moments in Time, A Genealogy Blog by Diana
https://trippingovermyroots.blogspot.com/  Tripping Over My Roots by Anna Matthews
http://debbysfamilygenealogyblog.blogspot.com/ Debby's Family Genealogy Blog by Debby Warner Anderson
https://findingyourcanadianstory.blogspot.ca/  Finding Your Canadian Story by Candice McDonald


6 comments:

  1. Enjoyed reading the variety of blog names. It gets me thinking.

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    1. I agree Diane. Wish I'd have done that more when I first began.

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  2. May I put a link to this post on Facebook's Rootsweb page? I think there are lots of readers who would enjoy finding these links. I added several to my home feed reading list page at Blogger.

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    1. Mary,
      That would be fine. The more we all share one another's blogs, the better. Lots of good information being shared every day out there.
      Thanks for asking.

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  3. I added a link to this blog page on the Rootsweb pate on FB and received one notification that Florida Genealogy Group shared the link. I went in to the FB Rootsweb page and the post does not seem to be there any longer. I wonder if the admin removed? Sorry it didn't work out. I tried. I think this is a post that lots of people would benefit from.

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    1. Thanks anyway Mary. Maybe it was against the pages policy? I totally understand as I am an admin on three FB groups.

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