No, our calendar isn’t wrong, we’re still catching up on some belated Blogiversary wishes. The TRIBE leadership team, despite all appearances to the contrary , are mere humans. (Please, no derisive snorts!) Life—vacations and illnesses—sometimes interferes with our best intentions.
Happy Blogiversary to The Keough Corner!
Tessa Keough has been blogging at The Keough Corner since 2010. A lover of mysteries, puzzles, and travel, of course family history is right up her alley! Not to mention that she loves “making lists and checking them twice.” She’s researching and blogging about families that left the Irish Counties of Carlow, Cork and Kerry scattered to Vermont, New York, Missouri, Nebraska, Washington & Oregon. Recent posts include:
- Saturday Night Genealogy Fun
- As Summer Approaches – Some Genealogy Tips for Your Tuesday
- Those RootsTech Surname Cards, Part 1
Keep up the great work Tessa!
Happy Blogiversary to J. Wendell Genealogical Research Co. !
Erika and Karen Grizzard have blogged at J. Wendell Genealogical Research Co. since 2015. They offer professional genealogical services, and their blog offers research tips as well as some of the recent cases they’ve handled. Recent posts include:
Thanks for sharing your work Grizzard family!
Happy Blogiversary to My Ancestors and Me!
Nancy Messier started My Ancestors and Me back in 2009 at her daughter’s urging. She’s still going strong, sharing research as well as family stories and recipes. Recent posts include:
- A Memory for National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day
- Now We Are Eight (A blogiversary post which we here at GeneaBloggersTRIBE particularly enjoyed!)
- Data Problem: “Birth after Mother’s Child-Beaing Years”
Keep on keeping on, Nancy. Those stories matter.
Happy Blogiversary to Personal Past Meditations- a Genealogical Blog!
Dr. Daniel Hubbard started Personal Past Meditations in 2009. A professional genealogist, Daniel writes about resources, case studies, as well as unusual situations he’s encountered as he’s searched for client’s ancestors. Often, his posts take a philosophical tone.
Recent posts include:
Thanks Dr. Hubbard, for your personal and introspective view of professional research.
Contributed by Laura Hedgecock
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