Genealogy is a growing field that attracts all types of people. Maybe you’re the tech savvy genealogist who likes updates on the latest apps and web tools for locating records; or maybe you’re a casual researcher who is mainly interested in personal family history. Whoever you are, here are five great genealogy blogs that we found this week.
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While the world of genealogy revolves around all things past, the truth is it’s an evolving work that changes every day. New technology, discoveries, records and information surface constantly that change the study all the time.
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Our personal history is enriched by the lives of our ancestors. Those who put in the time to research their past often discover the inspiring victories their ancestors achieved, or reveal heart breaking struggles that they overcame.
It’s that time again! Here we review five more great family history blogs. If you haven’t read our first installment, be sure to check it out here.
If you ever come to a family reunion or Sunday dinner at my house you will find a great divide between those members of my family who have caught the metaphorical genealogy bug and those that have not.