Related How Again? is a light-hearted look at kinship and genealogical topics I find interesting. Posted weekly for almost 3 years now, it could be anything from famous families both current and historical, TV shows and other pop culture subjects, advice to the confused, and the inner workings of our kinship system, practical and theoretical. Over 500 original diagrams and counting, woo hoo!
Researching Your Ancestors is a blog that shares helpful, ongoing tips for people beginning to research their ancestors and build their family tree, by providing basic genealogy instruction. The step-by-step instructional format allows beginners the opportunity to understand the process of proper research and includes downloadable forms that can be printed out as an aid. Comments, questions and guest bloggers are encouraged in this forum.
The genealogy blog of Drew Smith, Assistant Librarian at the USF Tampa Library, Chair of the Family History Information Standards Organisation, and President of the Florida Genealogical Society of Tampa, as well as one half of The Genealogy Guys Podcast team.
This blog has been created to assist family historians with their quest to find out where they and their families come from and hopefully get them over that brick wall back to doing what you love to do.
This Family History Assistance website also has the aim of assisting family historians display their hard earn research to the world with quality website templates and WordPress plugins.
Latest news, views and general observations from the world of genealogy, keeping you up to date with new developments in the world of family research. Feel free to comment, tweet or share the articles, it’s a social family history site for everyone!
This blog is designed to help and connect with genealogists, new and veteran, in their family history searches. The New Genealogist accomplishes this through both informational posts and posts about personal genealogy research experiences. This blog also includes information that may help particular individuals or is simply interesting.
'We Tree' chronicles the thrill of the genealogical hunt. Personal research, professional development, tips, trends, networking and friends. There's something for everyone. By Amy Coffin, MLIS of Houston, Texas.