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Genealogy blogs

From ISOGG Wiki

A blog can be a useful accompaniment to a DNA project and can help to keep your project members updated with the latest project news and family history research. Blogs are easy to create by utilising a free blogging program such as Google Blogger or Word Press.

Cyndi's List has a useful page on blogs which explains the basic terminology and provides guidance on using and subscribing to blogs.

A list of single surname blogs can be found on the Genealogue Blogfinder website.

The following is a list of genealogy blogs created by ISOGG members. If your blog is not on the list please feel free to add it or post the link on the ISOGG admins mailing list.

List of Genealogy Blogs

  • Cruwys News The blog for the Cruwys/Cruse one-name study and DNA Project
  • The Ham country blog A blog dedicated to the Ham surname and DNA project]
  • The Lost Colony blog A blog dedicated to the Lost Colony of Roanoke, the first English attempt at colonisation in America.
  • Deb's Delvings in Genealogy  A blog for genetic genealogy, laws affecting family history, Texas history and records, and technological topics with a slant toward the professional and advanced researcher by Debbie Parker Wayne

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