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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – April 2016

Welcome to my latest Inspiring Genealogy Blogs post. The following are a collection of blog posts that I’ve read during the past few months that I have found intriguing, useful and/or inspiring and wanted to share with you. In this edition of Inspiring Genealogy Blogs posts we have posts that cover: scanning photos and documents, sources, […] Continue reading →

Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – January 2016

Welcome to 2016 and to my latest Inspiring Genealogy Blogs post. The following are a collection of blog posts that I’ve read during the past month that I have found intriguing, useful and/or inspiring and wanted to share with you. In this edition of Inspiring Genealogy Blogs posts we have posts that cover: handwriting, bullying, genealogy […] Continue reading →

Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – August 2015

Welcome to my latest Inspiring Genealogy Blog post. Here are a collection of posts that I’ve read during August that I’ve found intriguing, useful and/or inspiring. In this edition of Inspiring Genealogy Blog posts we have posts that cover:  mobilegeddon, desktop genealogy software, citations, labelling digital photos, is your research intellectual property?, and who owns […] Continue reading →

Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – March 2015

In this March list of Inspiring Genealogy Blog posts we have several that cover the topic of copyright, several on organisation, manners, how to search, what you need to do other than simply digitising your collection, collections at archives, how history is boring to the young generation, breaking the stereotype … and a whole heap more! Continue reading →

Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – September and October 2014

September has been and gone, and so has October, and I’m combining my inspiring blogs reading from both months into this post. And what a bumper lot of reading I have for you. There’s everthing from cleaning out a family members house, to hoarding, to why blog, to needing to be cautious with DNA testing, preserving home movies, online courses and Timelines just to mention a few. Continue reading →