Genealogy RSS Feeds
Site - blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry
About Site - Ancestry is the global leader in family history and consumer genomics, harnessing the information found in family trees, historical records, genetics and health history to help people gain a new level of understanding about their lives.
Site - familysearch.org/blog/en
Salt Lake City, Utah
About Site - Discover your family history. Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources. Find out insights into our future and our past. FamilySearch International is the largest genealogy organization in the world. Millions of people use FamilySearch records, resources, and services to learn more about their family history.
Site - blog.myheritage.com
About Site - MyHeritage is the leading global destination for discovering, preserving and sharing family history. Our platform and DNA kits make it easy for anyone, anywhere to embark on a meaningful journey into their past and treasure their family stories for generations to come.
Site - lisalouisecooke.com/blog
About Site - How to Find Your Family History Genealogy Podcast. Lisa Louise Cooke is the owner of Genealogy Gems, a genealogy and family history multi-media company. She is Producer and Host of the Genealogy Gems Podcast,
Site - blog.findmypast.com
About Site - Findmypast.co.uk is a family history website, with an ever-growing collection of records that can help you find ancestors and long-lost family members. It’s an inclusive family, so we hope that both experienced historians and those just starting to build their tree will enjoy participating in our many conversations.
Site - geni.com/blog
Los Angeles, CA
About Site - Geni is solving the puzzle of genealogy by inviting the world to build the definitive online family tree. Users add and invite their relatives to join their family tree, which Geni compares to other trees. Matching trees can be merged into Geni's World Family Tree, which currently contains over 100 million living users and their ancestors.
Site - geneanet.org/blog
About Site - Geneanet was launched in 1996 by genealogy enthusiasts to help family history researchers sharing their data and it was an instant success. Geneanet offers every kind of genealogy record published by researchers, genealogy societies, commercial companies, etc. Build Your Online Family Tree, Share Your Family History And Learn More About Your Ancestors.
Salt Lake City
About Site - The world's largest family history research firm with 1,000 professional genealogists, historians, DNA experts,& university professors. Mission to help people better understand who they are by connecting them to their ancestors. To find unfindable records and to solve unsolvable research objectives.
Site - ancestryinsider.org
About Site - The unofficial, unauthorized view of Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org. The Ancestry Insider reports on, defends, and constructively criticizes these two websites and associated topics. The author attempts to fairly and evenly support both.
Site - legalgenealogist.com/blog
About Site - The Legal Genealogist, written by Judy G. Russell JD, may be able to help you. She discusses notaries, which records are newly available for research, the issue of plagiarism, and more.
Site - upfront.ngsgenealogy.org
About Site - The National Genealogical Society (NGS), a non-profit organization founded in 1903, is the premier national society for everyone from the beginner to the most advanced family historian. The National Genealogical Society is an indispensable resource for genealogists and family historians seeking excellence in educational offerings, publications and materials, research and research guidance.
Site - legacytree.com/blog
Salt Lake City, Utah
About Site - Legacy Tree Genealogists is a worldwide provider of professional genealogy research services. Our team of genealogists can discover your family! Legacy Tree is a leading provider of genealogy and family tree research services.
Site - geneabloggers.com
About Site - GeneaBloggersTRIBE provides educational support for genealogy content providers on a variety of platforms. Mission to combine the more traditional forms of genealogy research and documentation with the newer forms of communication which including blogging and the use of social media.
Site - geneamusings.com
Chula Vista CA
About Site - Welcome to my genealogy blog. Genea-Musings features genealogy research tips and techniques, genealogy news items and commentary, genealogy humor, San Diego genealogy society news, family history research and some family history stories from the keyboard of Randy Seaver (of Chula Vista CA), who thinks that Genealogy Research Is really FUN!
Site - thegenealogyguide.com
About Site - After researching my family history for a number of years I thought that I would give back to the genealogy world. And that is why I created this site so that I could help YOU discover your ancestors! My mission is to provide guides and tips to help you get the most from your family history research.
Site - blog.genealogicalstudies.com
About Site - The National Institute, leaders in online genealogy education, have been offering genealogy and history courses since 1997. Helping genealogists and family historians build a foundation for research excellence.
Site - mydescendantsancestors.com
About Site - My Descendant's Ancestors features family stories, technology and methodology tips, and is home to the "Genealogy Blog Party." Written by Elizabeth O'Neal.
Site - boston1775.blogspot.com
About Site - This blog is a miscellany of information about New England just before, during, and after the Revolutionary War, and about how that history has been studied, taught, preserved, politicized, mythologized, lost, recovered, discussed, described, distorted, and now digitized.
Site - gouldgenealogy.com
Adelaide, South Australia
About Site - Genealogy and history news and product announcements for Australians. We are a family business supplying the genealogy community for over 40 years. If you are researching your family history, and are looking for information check out our range of 9,000 products covering many countries.
Site - lisalisson.com
About Site - This blog is authored by I believe researching your genealogy does not have to be overwhelming. All you need is a solid plan, a genealogy toolbox, and the knowledge to use those tools. When you become a member of the Are You My Cousin? community, you will get the resources and tools to confidently and efficiently research your ancestors so that you can connect with your own personal identity within your family
Site - blog.dearmyrtle.com
Salt Lake City, Utah
About Site - Providing practical, down-to-earth advice for family historians since 1995, online since 1985. Genealogy is the study of the history of your family -- starting with you, working thru generations of ancestors and their siblings.
Site - sassyjanegenealogy.com/blog
About Site - Sassy Jane Genealogy is a family history website, featuring blog posts and e-book guides on genealogy research in the U.S. and Europe. The Sassy Jane genealogy blog offers useful posts about family history research in the U.S. and Europe, along with organizing your records and photos.
Site - larasgenealogy.blogspot.com
About Site - Genealogy tips & stories tracing family with microfilmed records, records in Ukrainian archives, and (sometimes) online records. Jewish genealogy blog
Site - blog.irishgenealogical.org
South St. Paul, MN
About Site - The Irish Genealogical Society International (IGSI) is a volunteer organization dedicated to helping people discover their Irish heritage and ancestry. To provide genealogical education and assistance to its members and others and to assist the community at large to discover Irish history, culture and heritage.
Site - beholdgenealogy.com/blog
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
About Site - Genealogist, programmer, author of Behold (software for genealogy), Double Match Triangulator (for DNA analysis) and the GenSoftReviews website.
Site - fuzzyinkstationery.com/blog
About Site - Fuzzy Ink Stationery is the go-to resource to help turn your genealogy research into shareable stories. Would you love to turn your ancestors' stories into a family history that all of your relatives will want to read? Join me for a little organisation, storytelling and other tools to help you transform research into creative, shareable stories.
Site - mexicangenealogy.info/blog
Mission, Texas U.S.A.
About Site - Mexican Genealogy, is a blog dedicated to Mexican Genealogy. It's primary purpose is to educate and provide its readers with resources to locate their Mexican Ancestors, whom at one point lived in Mexico.
Site - recordclick.com/blog
About Site - Record Click's goal is to provide you with the ancestry research and genealogical records you need - with flexible research packages. Our genealogy blog provides you the latest information in genealogy and ancestry research.
Site - blog.familyhistoryhound.com
About Site - My name is Ellen Thompson-Jennings and I’m the creator of the Family History Hound. I discovered a passion for genetic genealogy and although I’m not an expert I think my deep dive into the subject may help others with their quest. So please follow my blog and my journey to find out more about genealogy and genetic genealogy.
About Site - Ireland's Leading Professional Genealogy and Historical Research Company. We Provide a Range of Irish Genealogy and Historical Research Services. With over 15 years experience in the field of genealogy and historical research, we can help you discover your Irish roots.
Site - genealogyalacarte.ca
About Site - Genealogy à la carte is a daily blog about genealogy news, resources, and issues facing the genealogy community across Canada and, from time to time, in the United States and elsewhere around the world — all written from a Montréal point de vue.
Site - french-genealogy.typepad.com
About Site - The French Genealogy Blog is written by Anne Morddel, a Board Certified Genealogist and member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, who is a native Californian living in France. It is a "how-to" blog, with each post explaining how to use the many resources available for families to research their French ancestors.
About Site - A gateway to discovering and tracking the descendants of the original New Netherland Brouwer progenitors, namely Adam Brouwer of Gowanus, Jan (or Johannes) Brouwer of Flatlands and Willem Brouwer of Beverwijck (Albany).
About Site - Lorine McGinnis Schulze, Genealogist, author, top genealogy influencer, historian, Founder of Olive Tree Genealogy, entrepreneur, antique collector, foodie brings free data online for genealogists. Writes about historical and family history books as well as genealogical murder mysteries. Mission to bring free genealogy data online for genealogists and researchers.
Site - blog.californiaancestors.org
About Site - A blog about the California Genealogical Society and Library in Oakland, California. Connecting people to their diverse family heritage. Our scope is nationwide and our San Francisco resources are unmatched. Whether you have Gold Rush ancestors or have no family connection to California, you will find extensive support for your genealogy research at CGS.
Site - extrayad.blogspot.com
About Site - The Extra Yad is a play on English and Hebrew (“Yad” means hand and is also the name of the pointer used while reading from the Torah scroll) words reflecting the several realities of my involvement with Jewish family history
Site - fountaindalegenealogy.org
About Site - The Fountaindale Public Library Genealogy Blog transmits research tips, notes, and other useful information for genealogy, family history, and local history researchers. Adding Branches to Your Family Tree One Ancestor at a Time.
Site - britishgenes.blogspot.com
About Site - A daily news blog about genealogy, family history and personal heritage. The top stories and events concerning British Isles and diaspora ancestral research from Irish born Scottish based blogger and family historian Chris Paton.
Site - heritagegenealogy.com.au
About Site - Here your will find a great many resources and ideas for tracing your family tree and researching your family’s history in Fiji. New South Wales genealogy and family history research, because we all need to know where we came from. Understand your NSW ancestors with research into immigration, convicts, probate, death duty, land, electoral rolls, newspapers and directories.
About Site - The purpose of the Wellington Genealogy Group is to aid individuals with an interest in genealogy, to publish genealogy material of local interest, and to expand the resources of the genealogy department of Herrick Memorial Library.
Site - genealogyensemble.com
About Site - Working together to help genealogists discover their ancestors. We are a group of friends in Montreal, Quebec who meet on a regular basis to discuss our genealogy research and brick walls. Together, we offer suggestions and share ideas. We tell stories and talk about everything from new websites, books, local archival centres, genealogy societies, and conferences to new technology, and genealogy.
Site - thepastwhispers.net
About Site - Who are you the past whispered? I wasn't sure. Born in Montreal to French - Irish parents and moved to America at age 4, I wasn't able to connect with my roots. The past whispered again and I began my search. The search for my elusive great-grandparents took me to County Cavan, Ireland, northern France and Belgium. The Past Whispers...
About Site - A genealogy blog about my ancestors from Norway, Sweden, Portugal, Brazil, England, Mexico and the United States. I have served as a Family History Consultant and taught a family history class for six years at church. Blog by Jana Last.
Bribie, Queensland, Australia
About Site - This blog will record my research (both in Australia and overseas), links I like, articles or newsletters I read, family history news that excites me and so on. The aim is to be a weekly record of my activities which might be of interest to other genealogy researchers.
Site - historyrepeating.org.uk
About Site - With a focus on East Anglia, The Family Tree UK has roots reaching back through 424 years of family history in the South and East of England. Mission to research all maternal and paternal branches from the founder upwards and outwards.
About Site - Cheri Hudson Passey has been researching her family and helping others get started with their research since the early 1980's. Born in Camden, South Carolina, her ancestors have been in the state for many generations. Her blog, Carolina Girl Genealogy has been instrumental in connecting with and sharing information about her family and the research process.
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Site - ypgenealogy.blogspot.com
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
About Site - Yarra Plenty Regional Library services the outer municipalities of Nillumbik, Whittlesea and Banyule in the north of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. This blog informs our community about current events, resources, including websites that can assist an Australian family history researcher with their research.
Site - rzamor1.blogspot.com
American Fork, UT
About Site - Tomorrow is always another genealogy day! Renee Zamora is the author of Renee's Genealogy Blog and Renee's Christian Life. She has been blogging since 2005 and reports on what's happening on the LDS Family History scene. Technology and organizing, and how they relate to genealogy, are also recurring themes.
About Site - Since 2006, Canada's Anglo-Celtic Connections has been an independent view of family history resources and developments seen from an Ottawa perspective.
Site - grandmasgenes.com/blog
About Site - Mags is a Professional Genealogist specializing in Genetic Genealogy as a founder of Grandma’s Genes in Ottawa. Growing up in a family full of family historians, Mags was primed to become a Genealogist. Grandma’s Genes offers genealogy services that help families find their roots. We use traditional and genetic tools to help you find answers to your family history questions.
Site - cmgenealogy.com
About Site - Genealogy and Family History Research. Blog for Edmonton, Alberta, Irish genealogy research. I was a hobby genealogist for ten years before becoming a professional. My ancestral lines are Irish and French Canadian, hence these areas have been the focus of my personal research.
Site - libbyonthelabel.ca
Vancouver, B.C. Canada
About Site - Working in talk radio for several years taught me the value of media in connecting people. I will be posting about ancestry a lot. I've been obsessed with the thrill of hunting ancestors for years. Check my labels list to follow along. I'm taking part in the 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks challenge. Making connections to history through the lens of these ancestors. I'm also taking a genealogy course. I'll post when I learn things others may find useful.
Site - ausgenjourneys.blogspot.com
About Site - On this blog I will share my ideas, news, discoveries, successes and failures as I research my Australian Family History and the lives of my Irish, English and Welsh Ancestors!
Site - copperleafgenealogy.com/blog
About Site - Welcome to Copper Leaf Genealogy! Copper Leaf's Mission Statement Work Together When I get involved, I work with you in your family research so you are as involved as you were when doing your own work. That means I'll give you a plan of action and keep you updated along the way.
Site - molegenealogy.blogspot.com
About Site - I started this blog to share with other family historians my experiences of over 40 years in genealogy, family history & local history. Though South African ancestry is of particular interest to me, there are no boundaries in family history. Blog by Rosemary Dixon-Smith.
Site - ayfamilyhistory.com
About Site - My family history blog expands the information in my family tree, telling some of the stories that go with the names and dates I have collected there. The people I write about are mostly from the families of Boltz, Cavenagh-Mainwaring, Champion de Crespigny, Cross, Cudmore, Dana, Gilbart, Manock, Plowright, Sullivan, Way and Young.
About Site - A genealogy blog that covers all aspects of genealogy and chronicles a genealogists journey through research, writing, education & ebook publishing. I am passionate about genealogy and dedicated to getting your family story published. I aim to help you in your pursuit of the past, no matter what stage you are at.
Site - dragongenealogy.com/blog
About Site - Australian Genealogical Research by an Australian resident in Australia. This blog consists of genealogy musings, tips, Queensland research, new sites, and new technology.
About Site - Diane Lynn Tibert has been exploring genealogy for more than thirty years. She is the author of Roots to the Past genealogy column which appears in several newspapers around Atlantic Canada.
Site - researchergal.blogspot.com
About Site - Janet the researcher is the blog of Janet Iles, a retired library technician. I also lecture on various genealogical and local history topics. Most of the articles relate to my personal genealogical research or life and history of and in Grey County, Ontario and other parts of Ontario where my ancestors lived.
About Site - This blog is mostly for miscellaneous items of a general genealogy nature, that may be of interest to someone and are not necessarily connected to, or about, anyone on my tree.
Site - genie-leftovers.blogspot.com
About Site - Information for family historians worldwide, including Australia, UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, New Zealand, Europe, South Africa etc. There are also links to my locality-specific genealogy blogs.
Site - billbuchanan.blogspot.com
About Site - Bill Buchanan is a long-time genealogy enthusiast, living in Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada. This blog will describe my experiences as I research my family history and help others.
Site - famgenealogy.blogspot.com
About Site - Renée Schmidt and I started doing genealogy last year after asking for an ancestry.com subscription as a Christmas present. I love discovering new things about my family as well as studying the history of the areas they lived in. I especially love sharing this information with others just as interested as I am.
About Site - Rodney started this Blog when he was Leader of the Genealogy Group for the Higham & Rushden U3A (University of the Third Age) organisation. The U3A is a self-help organisation for people no longer in full-time employment providing educational, creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment.
About Site - I have gotten all of the documents for my myself, my parents, and my siblings all organized into OneNote notebooks with source citations, document transcriptions, and analysis.
About Site - A place to honour my ancestors: Moynahan, Coughlin, Broderick, Annal, Brennan, Hussey, Hess and Duffy. (Essex & Kent County Ontario, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, Ireland, Scotland); and Creighton, Moreland, (Nova Scotia, England and Scotland); and Foreman (Ireland, Scotland and Norway)
About Site - Medina County District Library Genealogy Blog - covering all topics of interest to genealogists and local historians with an emphasis on the undiscovered resources at the Medina Library.
About Site - Where I can tell stories, relate experiences and pass along tips discovered while doing research on my family; through volunteer activities, including as an Online Parish Clerk; and from projects completed as a genealogical consultant.
Site - finelinesgen.com/blog
About Site - The genealogy trail never ends; the puzzle is never solved. It is an addiction, both a personal and a professional quest to solve the puzzle. I have discovered that it is rewarding to create biographies by building upon facts found everywhere in historical records.