No blog review this week; Daughter #1 is home from college and we are having some family time!
At Roots’n’Leaves, Joan writes about some special memories brought up by a Findagrave photo request in “Sentimental Sunday: A Woman Called Nana (Eva Philpott).”
Gale Wall at Digital Cemetery Walk tells about some interesting projects that her connections with local cemetries have brought her way in “On Assignment.”
Randy Seaver addresses “The Online Family Trees Conundrum” at Genea-Musings. The problem that won’t go away.
This topic is developed from another point of view by Apple at Apple’s Tree in “My Abominable Online Tree” and “OBMFM.”
Leah at The Internet Genealogist gives the various genealogy subscription services she uses a grade at “Subscription Services Report Card.”
Bart Brenner (“GeneaPopPop”) of Stardust’n’Roots is back to blogging after recovering from surgery. Welcome back, Bart!
This week I started following these new blogs:
My Family Research Adventures
Call Me Shell
Angie’s Roots Are Showing
Hanging from the Family Tree