Category Archives: Blogs

Reminder: Genealogy à la carte blog has moved

This blog, Genealogy à la carte, moved to a new location July 1 where I continue to post genealogy news stories every day. If you haven’t visited the new digs, you’ve missed the weekly Crème de la crème of genealogy blog … Continue reading

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We’ve moved!

It’s July 1st and this blog has moved! We are now at a new, simpler address: We have moved all the blog posts to the new digs, and the genealogy news format and look remains the same. Only the address has changed. So, click … Continue reading


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Franco-American blogger says genealogy blogs provide timely support and resources

Many thanks to Portland (Maine) Press Herald blogger Juliana L’Heureux for the shout out about Genealogy à la carte. Ms. L’Heureux hosts The Franco-American blog. She wrote about the resources Maple Stars and Strips: Your French-Canadian Genealogy Podcasts and this blog … Continue reading

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Young and savvy bloggers find genealogy heaven in Canada

“Doing genealogy for Halifax, Nova Scotia has been like a frolic through a genealogical sunny meadow.” That is the opening line in the Young & Savvy Genealogists blog post, Sweet Spots: Halifax, Nova Scotia. I had to keep reading. Two sentences … Continue reading

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Irish genealogy blogs

Here are some of my favourite blogs about Irish genealogy that may also help you with your research. The British GENES Blog – Irish-born, Scottish-based professional family historian and author Chris Paton writes about top stories concerning British Isles ancestral research. Canada’s … Continue reading

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Cool Canadian bloggers

Last week, Family Tree Magazine published its list of Social Media Mavericks: 40 to follow, assembled by American genealogy rock star Lisa Louise Cooke. The list, described as the “top genealogy bloggers Tweeters, Facebookers, Pinners, and Youtubers,” generated discussion among many bloggers and Facebookers … Continue reading

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Blogs for the busy genealogist

“I don’t have time to read blogs,” a friend told me over coffee the other day. (I tried to ignore that she was perhaps suggesting I have way too much time on my hands.) Sure, there are more than 50 blogs listed in my … Continue reading

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