Genealogy Review

Genealogy Columnists

A collection of the best genealogy writers on/off the Internet!

Online Columns

+ Along Those Lines... @ Ancestry.com
By George G. Morgan.
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/columns/george/george.asp

+ Adventures in Genealogy @ StateGenSites.com
A weekly genealogical column with a humorous bent written by William D Hocutt.
http://www.stategensites.com/unclehiram

+ Ancestry Daily News @ Ancestry.com
"A Daily Dose of Genealogy" by Juliana Smith.
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/news/articles/dailynews.asp

+ Around the World in 80 Sites @ StateGenSites.com
A monthly column with a set of rotating Experts.
http://www.stategensites.com/world

+ Bits of Blue and Gray @ StateGenSites.com
A monthly column focused on the American Civil War written by Jayne McCormick.
http://www.stategensites.com/bitsofblueandgray

+ Cemetery Trail @ D'Addezio.com
A series of interesting stories you wouldn't know about if you had just walked through the cemeteries by Eric Miller.
http://www.daddezio.com/cemetery/trail/index.html

+ CyberRoots @ SurnameWeb.Org
Keep up with what's happening with genealogy across the web.
http://www.surnameweb.org/roots.htm

+ Dick Eastman Online @ Ancestry.com
Get the latest family history news and techniques by Dick Eastman.
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/columns/eastman/eastman.asp

+ Digital Genealogy @ Ancestry.com
The high-tech marriage of genealogy and computers by Drew Smith.
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/columns/digital/digital.asp

+ Ebony Ethnics @ StateGenSites.com
A monthly column focused on African American Genealogical Research by Linda Ball.
http://www.stategensites.com/ebonyethincs

+ Family Tree Finders @ SodaMail.com
Interesting and useful information for tracing your family tree by Rhonda R. McClure.
http://www.sodamail.com/site/ftf.shtml

+ Finding Helpful Clues the FHC Way @ StateGenSites.com
A monthly column focused on doing research at the Family History Centers written by Gary M Smith.
http://www.stategensites.com/fhc

+ Genealogy @ AccessAtlanta.com
A regular column by Ken Thomas.
http://www.accessatlanta.com/living/family/genealogy/index.html

+ Get It Together @ Ancestry.com
Learn how to organize yourself and your research by Liz Kerstens.
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/columns/together/together.asp

+ The Human Side of Genealogy @ GenealogyToday.com
Stories about coming to terms with what one discovers in genealogy by Kathy Spaltro.
http://www.genealogytoday.com/columns/human/index.html

+ Kip's Tips @ Ancestry.com
Valuable insight on all areas of family history by Kip Sperry.
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/columns/tips/tips.asp

+ Let's Talk Genealogy @ StateGenSites.com
A monthly generalized genealogy column written by Diana L Smith.
http://www.stategensites.com/talkgenealogy

+ New Beginnings @ GenealogyToday.com
Tips and stories to help "Jump Start" your research efforts by Barb "turp" Olivier.
http://www.genealogytoday.com/columns/turp/index.html

+ Shaking Your Family Tree @ Rootsweb.com
By Myra Vanderpool Gormley, CGSM.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~rwguide/syft/

+ Starting From Scratch @ StateGenSites.com
A Monthly Beginners genealogical column written by Jill Syers Clark.
http://www.stategensites.com/jillsyersclark

+ Turning Over New Leaves @ GenealogyToday.com
Bringing you helpful information about genealogy sites by Judy Sander Cockrell.
http://www.genealogytoday.com/columns/leaves/index.html

+ Twigs & Trees @ Genealogy.com
By Rhonda R. McClure.
http://www.genealogy.com/genealogy/rhondaback.html

Magazine Columns

+ Back to Basics in Heritage Quest Magazine
By Donna Potter Phillips.
http://www.heritagequest.com/

+ Bits & Bytes in Genealogical Computing
A look at overall trends in the marriage of genealogy and technology by Candace L. Doriott.
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/gencomp/gencomp.asp

+ Cybrarian in Genealogical Computing
A description of the impact of the Internet on genealogy by Drew Smith.
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/gencomp/gencomp.asp

+ Digging Deeper in Ancestry Magazine
An analytical column for advanced genealogists who are looking for extra help/sources.
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/ancmag/ancestry.asp

+ Joy of Genealogy in Heritage Quest Magazine
By DearMYRTLE.
http://www.heritagequest.com/

+ Laboratory of Life in Genealogical Computing
A new column detailing specific new tools (like pen-sized scanners) that will make genealogists' work a little easier.
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/gencomp/gencomp.asp

+ Research Cornerstones in Ancestry Magazine
A more general genealogy column, often focusing on a specific record source (court records, military records, etc.)
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/ancmag/ancestry.asp

+ The Resource Cabinet in Heritage Quest Magazine
By Rhonda McClure.
http://www.heritagequest.com/

+ Step by Step in Ancestry Magazine
A how-to column, emphasizing basic record sources and methods for beginning and intermediate genealogists.
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/ancmag/ancestry.asp

+ Technology in Ancestry Magazine
A look at how technological advances impact genealogy
http://www.ancestry.com/library/view/ancmag/ancestry.asp

Genealogy Swap

+ SHAW

Looking for any information on Sylvester Shaw who married Hannah Pruitt(sp?) in Wapakoneta, Ohio. She died Apr 2, 1907.
Sandra Collins (scollins99@excite.com)

+ TRIER

My gg grandfather was John Jacob TRIER b 2 July 1835 in Buffalo, NY. His brides name was Mary Lorena AMES b 3 April 1853 in Ausable, NY. The two were m at Delhi, IA on 16 April 1873. They had 8 children..7 girls & 1 boy. I have been unable to find anything on either John Jacob TRIER or Mary Lorena AMES.
Jennifer Coonley-LaBonte (pjlab@cybertrails.com)

+ AKINS

I need assistance with Thomas Bob Akins, b. 31 Jan 1883 in Dade County MO to Warren Artly Akins and ?.
Janet Bennett (classic@softcom.net)

+ HENKEL

Frederick August Henkel from Oberweisbach Saxony Germany Courthenry Albers & Sophia Roehrs Albers D.B. 1808 Came to U.S. 1857
Lou Henkel (louandjoy2@home.com)

+ ?unknown?

Jessie, mother... personal birth mark. Last known address 122 1\\2 E. Second St. Mansfield, Ohio This was in the year 1959. I think she had an uncle living here at the time... named Bob. I'm looking for her and my soul born out of this relationship... it haunts me every day. I have no last name thats my problem.
Edward J Whitley (repare2@juno.com)

+ GREEN

Looking for information on my father's side. My father's name was William Franklin Green; he died in the 1970's. He lived in New York City - originally from Chicago. He was married to another woman before my mother, and had a daughter, in South Carolina. I am the oldest of four children from his marriage to my mother (now deceased), Mary Ellen Blake. I would like to find out more about my family tree from his side of the family. He was a jazz musician and played once that I know of in Carnegie Hall, NYC. I don't have birthdates for him, nor date of death. (When I last saw him, I was five years old.) I'd like to get in touch with my half sister from S.C., if possible. My maiden name, before adoption, was Cynthia Mary Green, d.o.b. 6-4-68, p.o.b. Manhattan, N.Y.
Cynthia Valles (cvalles99@netscape.net)

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