Genealogy, the tracing of bloodlines and family lineage, is a time consuming task which involves researching official records as well as informal ones such as family bibles and photograph albums. Blogs which address genealogy, or the researching of family trees, belong here.
A Genealogy Hunt
Genealogy is the focus of this blog, which is run by a man who is searching for his own ancestors and offers the knowledge he has garnered over the years. He also discusses DNA and how it relates to such research.
Claiming to be a genealogist who preforms research from the comfort of her living room, the blogger shares information about how to research a family tree on the internet.
Climbing My Family Tree
Beginning in 1999, this army wife began to research her family tree. Here she writes about what to do when one hits a genealogical brick wall, databases and other records, and trips to the places of her ancestors' births.
Dear Myrtle's Genealogy Blog
Online since 1995, this web log offers tips, tricks, and methods of searching for genealogical clues. It also provides answers for people who need help with research.
Contains the weblogger's musings about researching his family history and has deveoted numerous articles to the 2010 United States Census as well as various databases.
Provides information garnered by a woman who started out researching her own family and has numerous German and Irish bloodlines.
Discussions on this weblog include topics about data and technology as they affect those researching genealogy and such things as researching in a dysfunctional family.
Australian genealogical enthusiast maintains this blog which contains details about the names he is researching, how to locate missing data from Facebook, and other pointers and tips for searching.
Greta's Genealogy Bog
Serves as a resource for people who are researching their family trees. Also contains a list of surnames she is researching, a section about Texas links, and one about black history.
Journey to the Past
The overriding subjects in this blog are about four of the blogger's family surnames and local history of Battle Creek, Michigan. Also included are photographs and anecdotes about her family.
Leaves for Trees
A young woman chronicles her voyage into history as she digs into the history of her family. She also shares anecdotes she finds, and how she's gotten to "know" her departed ancestors.
Long Lost Relatives
What started out as a place to post messages containing questions and outreach to others in the same family who might be looking for answers about the author's family has turned into this blog which chronicles her journey and offers a resource to others who need to know how to find out information.
This blogger, a member of the New Hampshire Mayflower Society, writes about her family, her genealogical research, and her hometown.
Renee's Genealogy Blog
Presents information about how to find one's roots and includes categories including Brigham Young University, family insight, and various research sites.
Taneya’s Genealogy Blog
A medical librarian talks about her hobby of delving into her family history. She lists the surnames she has researched as well as those she plans on researching.
The Family Curator
The blogger here is the one in her family who ended up the "keeper of the stuff" and embarked upon the research of her ancestry. Entries include photograph restoration, and personal archives.
The Register of Misdeeds
Journals a vast collection of funny real estate conveyance documents such as quit-claim deeds, easements, and divorce decrees. Sources of humor include names, unusual signatures, and silly things printed on forms.
The Turning of Generations
This weblog shares the adventures of the blogger's family and his turning over the family home to the younger generation and puts forth details about his research and ancestors.
Kept up by a software architect with a passion for family history who has designed numerous applications created to facilitate genealogy research.
Tracing Your Ancestors in the UK
Blog offers information about tracing one's ancestors in the United Kingdom.