Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Welcome new bloggers

Blogging -- easy to start, hard to keep going. Here are two new genealogy blogs (from friends) that look like keepers:

(1) Sheri Fenley's The Educated Genealogist (began in August). If you've been on the APG or Transitional Genealogists mailing list and read her thigh-slapping account of her first time at Samford, she needs no introduction. If you haven't, then just close this window right now and go to the archives. She's from California but has Kansas roots, and that's enough of an excuse for me to put her on here. In the department of learning stuff, she recently posted about a contradiction between a cemetery stone and a census -- either a certain ancestor returned from the dead, or one of these records is in error!

(2) Kathy Brady-Blake's Kathy's Genealogy Blog (began in October). Kathy's a Certified Genealogist, and for I don't know how long BCG had her portfolio up for us aspirants to read as an example. Does that take guts or what? She's from Illinois with an interest in Chicago -- as well she should, since one of her ancestors went back into the teeth of the Great Fire to make sure his soon-to-be-incinerated front door was locked!

Both Sheri and Kathy use a lot of photos, tell about their own research, and participate in tagging games and blogging carnivals -- so if you find it boring over here, they may be more your style. I'm adding them both to my Protopage home page so I can keep up. Go and do likewise.


Kathy Brady-Blake said...

Hi Harold! Thanks for mentioning me. I've been following your blog for several months to keep up with news in our area.


Sheri said...

Why thank you Harold! You know I read your blog every day. I have even more midwestern roots than you know. - St. Mary of the Woods, Vigo County, Indiana - Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois - Clark and Moultrie counties in Illinois and in Iowa the counties of Allamakee, Poweshiek and Des Moines. Now am I a midwestern or what?

Sheri Fenley