Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – July 2014

In this July edition of Inspiring Blogs we cover everything from genealogy-related activities to do in Summer, books every genealogy library should have, name variants, copyright on microfilm, querying goals vs strategies, killing off your ancestors and a bunch more.

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – June 2014

July is here and during June I read a bunch of fascinating blog posts. Ones about marking cemeteries on Google maps, do you need a desktop genealogy program?, dust in archives, what was said to the census taker, and using Evernote for audio recordings, to mention just a few …

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – April and May 2014

Hello, hello and welcome to my latest Inspiring Genealogy Blogs post. This time we cover everything from …. how small societies etc. can survive without funding, family heirlooms, genealogy and microwaves, who owns your genealogy, browsing vs searching – what works better for you?, plagarism, vlogs and a whole heap more.

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – March 2014

During March I read SOOOOOOO many fabulous blog (inspiring) blog posts. So this month we cover everything from headstone rubbings, to digitial filing systems, to copyright and copywrongs, researching on the internet, genealogy culture shock and a whole heap more …

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Top 100 Genealogy Websites for 2014

Ever wondered what the Top 100 genealogy websites are? Well wonder no more as GenealogyInTime have just released their Top 100 Genealogy Websites list. One of those that made a ‘significant gain’ was this here genealogy blog (Genealogy & History News). Can you believe we actually made it into the Top 100 Genealogy websites list?

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – October 2013

During October I did a heap of genealogy blog reading, so I have a great bunch of interesting posts for you. We start off with the Young and Savvy Genealogists who’ve hit the scene in a big way, then move on to cover topics such as things our grandparents did, cousins with the same name, new evidence that might rewrite America’s history, archivists role, archaic abbreviations, preserving your home movies, reading newspapers, and how we can help societies. And a heap more.

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – August/September 2013

Welcome to another edition of “Inspiring Genealogy Blogs”, once again we have a real mix of topics, with everything from ethics, to ages in records, how to protect your photos from ageing, using Google Maps and Google Earth legally, artificial brick walls, the English and Welsh census and more …

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – July 2013

For our July edition of Inspiring Genealogy Blogs, we have a real mixture. Everything from how to fix old photos, to a number about social media, what to pack for a research trip, copyright and plagarism, how to get the younger generation interested in genealogy, tips on how to find old photos, and even how to save money on Australian BDM certificates!!

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – June 2013

I have had the pleasure of reading a whole bunch of fabulous blog posts throughout June, and here are a few that I’d like to share with you. For June we cover everything from who owns your own data?, cousin bait, privacy and genealogy, photo sharing, wasting time?, LGBT family members, and why Twitter is so good! As usual there’s quite a variety!

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – May 2013

My list of Inspiring Blogs that I read during May is a tad late, but better late than never, as there’s a heap of great reading in this lot. This time we have everything from why you should blog to find your ancestors, to lessons Gen Y can teach you, to how to organise your genealogy, and even one on etiquette. So quite a range!

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – April 2013

Wow, it’s May already! Anyway I must apologise to you for not keeping up with my Inspiring Genealogy Blogs posts, so this is kind of a combined January-April collection of blogs that I’ve read, and loved, and wanted to share with you.

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Family Tree Magazine’s 40 Best Genealogy Blogs for 2013

Family Tree Magazine – the US one (and not to be confused with the UK genealogy mag with the same title) has become well-known for their yearly list of the 4o Best Genealogy Blogs, and has just announced the list for 2013.

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Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – December 2012

The end of December is here, and as December is notoriously busy for us at Gould Genealogy & History, I didn’t get to as much blog reading in the past month as I would have liked. Still of those that I did read, I found fascinating and inspiring and would like to share with you. DNA, FamilySearch Books, and Camera vs Scanner are are few of the topics this month …

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