Please join us at the Georgia Family History Expo and welcome the Bloggers of Honor. The Georgia Family History Expo will be held at the Gwinnett Center, 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth, Georgia 30097 on November 09 – 10, 2012. If you haven’t registered for the Expo, you can do so now by clicking here.
A blogger, genealogist, technologist, educator, and lecturer. She has been tracing her family history since 1994. Her most recent accomplishments include development of a program to teach historical research skills to youth, a hat history program, and research of a historic person and home in her community.
Documenting the Details
Researching the McCauley, Lanier, Hankins, Hopkins & Taylor Families
Linda’s goal is to tell family stories she has accumulated and document her research trials, tribulations and successes with the hope of generating some interest in the family history within her family.
Founder and content manager of Fantabulous Genealogy, an online genealogy learning community focusing on the mixture of technology and genealogy in the 21st century. Tonia offers tutorials for new and seasoned genealogists, helping busy people learn skills to accomplish their family history goals quickly and effectively.
Georgia Archives Matters
Welcome to the Georgia Archives Matters blog. The blog is part of a larger effort to support the Georgia Archives. Harnessing the power of people coming together for a common goal, we will make sure that Georgiaâ€™s historical records are properly preserved and made accessible to Georgia citizens.
Begin with ‘Craft’
Valerie has been researching her family tree for about 9 years now and she is beyond hooked. Her most meaningful genealogy moment was when she was able to tell her grandmother what her grandparent’s names were for the first time. She is especially interested in new developments with DNA usage for genealogy.
Preserving the Past One Tombstone at a Time
Amateur historian, avid reader, genealogist and family historian, lover of cemeteries, scrapbooker, and budding photographer. Stephanie’s vision for her blog, is to share with you her experiences in researching the history of, appreciating the art found in, photographing, and preserving cemeteries of the southern United States.
Saving Memories Forever
Saving Memories Forever
Saving Memories Foreverâ„¢ provides a new online system to create and preserve family memories through audio recordings. Each subscriber has a dedicated area on the site to upload and manage their recordings. Available through the iTunes store, the app is free and is a seamless connection between the website and recording process. Users with any computer can record, save, and upload their recorded stories with or without the app. For additional information visit SavingMemoriesForever.com.
James L. Tanner
James has more than thirty years experience in law and computers, and over twenty years experience as a research genealogist. He volunteers at the Mesa Regional Family History Center. James’ family dates back to the Mayflower. With the exception of one great-great grandfather from Denmark, his family all came from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Our other Bloggers
Holly T. Hansen
Family History Expos Genealogy Blog
This is the place to get the latest in tech tips, research guidance, event happenings, and educating to the fact that the options for family history research or limitless!
Holly has been a family history educator for more than 15 years. Although she sponsors elaborate events, she also enjoys helping people one-on-one as they learn how to make technology work for them. Author, lecturer, and editor, Holly devotes time every day to education.
Arlene H. Eakle, Ph.D.
Dr. Eakle is president of The Genealogical Institute, Inc., she is a professional genealogist with more than 30 yearsâ€™ experience in research, consulting, lecturing, and writing.
Leland K. Meitzler
Leland loves genealogy, as well as history in general. He also likes to blog, and GenealogyBlog is the product of that passion. He started blogging in 2003. The last 30 years he has worked as a magazine editor & publisher. He calls GenealogyBlog.com his â€œfree daily online genealogy nautamagazine.â€