Weekly column sharing genealogy-related things that I’ve found.
- DNA Genealogy, Kasandra Rose
- Connecticut State Library Blog
- Family History Daily
- Adventures in Family History Writing, Debra Newton-Carter
- Becky’s Bridge to the Past, Becky Hatchett
- Bridging the Past
- Converging Roots, Kristen Wimbush
- Paul Milner Genealogy, Paul Milner (nice to see Paul started a blog!)
- Twisted Twigs on Gnarled Branches, Deidre Erin (don’t you just love that title!)
- All My Family Trees, Sherri Hessick (was My Mother’s Family, but changed names and moved)
- Are My Roots Showing?, Jenny Lanctot (moved blog)
- Scrivener: Comments and Annotations, Moultrie Creek Gazette
- Family History Daily Debuts…And I Helped!, GeneaBloggers
- Avoiding Genealogical Search Frustration, Genealogy’s Star
- Projects, Administrators and Expectations, DNA eXplained
- New England Town Maps in the Wiki, FamilySearch Blog
Websites & Resources
- The DNA Testing Guide for Genealogy, Adoption Search, and Paternity – "A free information resource for adoptees, genealogists and others seeking biological roots."
- Free Irish Genealogy eBooks – "These pages list (with links to open the books) over 5,000 free Books and Journals on the topic of Irish, Irish-American, Irish-Australian and Irish-Canadian Genealogy which can all be read online."
- Northern New York Historical Newspapers – Digitized newspapers covering the following counties: Oswego, Jefferson Lewis, St. Lawrence, Franklin, Clinton, and Essex. This service is provided by Northern New York Library Network (NNYLN).
- Robert Treat: Founder, Farmer, Soldier, Statesman, Governor – Book via Internet Archive. Paper read before the New Haven Colony Historical Society by General George Hare Ford in 1911.
- The Governors of Connecticut – Book by Frederick Calvin Norton; via Internet Archive.
- Roster of Governors of Connecticut – Prepared by the Connecticut State Library, a list with links to biographies, portraits, and guides to archival records.
- Governors of Connecticut: Resources and Publications – "This Connecticut State Library Pathfinder leads to online and print resources about Connecticut's Governors, past and present."
Upcoming FREE Webinars
|2/11||Facial Recognition and Ancestor Photos with Darlene Steffens||DearMYRTLE|
|2/12||Exploring the Records of the Freeman's Bureau, with Angela Walton-Raji||Friends of the National Archives SE Region|
|2/12||Best Genealogy Present You Can Give Yourself: Citing Your Sources, with Harold Henderson||Illinois State Genealogical Society|
|2/13||Pre-1850 U.S. Research Methodologies, with Karen Clifford||Legacy Family Tree|
|2/18||Family Search Wiki, with Laura Williams Carter||Georgia Genealogical Society|
|2/20||No Will – No Problem, with Michael John Neill||Southern California Genealogical Society|
|2/20||Making the Most of Canadian Census Records, with Kathryn Lake Hogan||Legacy Family Tree|
|2/21||Do It Backwards: Finding Descendants First, with Alice Volkert||Utah Genealogical Association|
|2/27||Annie Moore of Ellis Island - A Case of Historical Identity Theft with Megan Smolenyak||Legacy Family Tree|
|3/2||Time Travel With Google Earth with Lisa Louise Cooke||Southern California Genealogical Society|