Week 3, and I hope you’re enjoying the responses we’ve had to our Challenge as much as I am. You can view all the blog posts for letters A and B by going to those pages (A and B), and scrolling to the bottom – they’re all listed there.
If you’ve only just discovered our “Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge, please feel free to join in. It’s not hard, you just need to use the current letter for the week (A, B, C etc. whatever week we’re up to, right through to Z), and connect it to someone, something, or a topic relating to your family that you’d like write about.
We’ve had everything from emigrant ships, attributes, archives, alphabets, special ancestors, home towns, war memorials, family heirlooms even a sad story of being buried alive and something all true genealogists can relate to … Addicted to genealogy.
So now it is time for letter C!
Tell us what C is for …
We will list all posts from fellow geneabloggers for the letter “C’ below. If you’re a tweeter, and wish to contribute or just follow the topic, follow the #fhalphabet hashtag. On Facebook, you can comment under each letter’s post.
If you do have any queries regarding the Challenge, feel free to email Alona at email@example.com.
Here’s the contributions from the genealogy blogging community. I’ve listed the blog name alphabetically, followed by the post:
100 Years in America, C is for Cars: The love of fine cars, it’s in the genes!
A Pocketful of Family Memories, Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge: C is for …
AncestorChasing, C is for …. Crafty
Ancestors Live Here, Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge – C
Anglers Rest, Family History Through The Alphabet Challenge: C is for…. Conversation
Are My Roots Showing?, C is for CANADA!
Australian Genealogy Journeys, C is for Chambers, Carew, Colbert, Crisp, Coghlan and Cronin- Family History Through the Alphabet – Week 3
Carnamah Historical Society’s Blog, The Letter ‘C’
Dance Skeletons, C is for …
Digging Up the Ancients, Family history through the alphabet – C is for Calendar
Discovering Latvian Roots, C is for Census
Family History Across the Seas, Family History Alphabet: C is for …
Family History Fun, C is for C is for Confirmation, Cousins, Childhood, Charabancs and Cheques
Family Stories: Photographs and Memories, Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge” – C is for Census
Finding Eliza, C is for Calvert
From Helen V Smith’s Keyboard, C is for Cullicoat Cornwall and Change
GenBlog, Family History Through the Alphabet – Citations
Genealogy Tips and News, The Letter C—Family History Through The Alphabet Challenge
Geniaus, Family History Through the Alphabet – C is for … it’s a no brainer really
Leafing Through Linda’s Tree, C is for … Christian and Christiana
lonetester HQ, Family History Through the Alphabet: C is for Convicts
My Ancestors and Me, C is for Census Dates – Family History Through the Alphabet
Olga’s Genealogy, Genealogy by means of the alphabet – C [translated from Dutch]
Queensland Genealogy, C is for Cooktown, Croydon and Cunnamulla
Seeking Susan ~ Meeting Marie ~ Finding Family, Cc – is for Cousin Lizzie
Shakin’ the Family Tree, Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge: C is for Callaway
Spirits of the Old, Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge~ C is for
Strong Foundations, C is for Collect Now
Strong Foundations, C is for Creative, Cunning or Clever?
Tracking Down the Family, Family History Through the Alphabet: The Letter C
Twigs of Yore, C is for … Cooper
Unveiling My Past, C is for Canadian Census
What’s Past is Prologue, C is for Census
Yarra Plenty Genealogy, C is for CyndisList
Better late than never, I’m joining at C!
Shelley … welcome, it’s great to have you along.
Here’s mine: http://pastprologue.wordpress.com/2012/05/27/c-is-for-census/
Mine is at http://geniaus.blogspot.com.au/2012/05/family-history-through-alphabet-c-is.html
Pleased to have caught up and posting on time.
Thinking on D
I also got my “C” in on time this week. http://findingeliza.com/archives/5355
Hi, I am late coming to your A=Z challenge, but it is something that appeals to me and I look forward to joining in anc catching up quickly.
My contribution for C.
Yarra Plenty Genelaogy C for Cyndislist
I’m up to C now! In Queensland Genealogy, C is for Cooktown, Croydon and Cunnamulla.
Here’s my C submission. Thanks for hosting, Alona. I appreciate it!