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If you are new to family history research, it would be great to start by reading one of the best genealogy blogs to find useful tips and tricks. In this article, we will share our review of the top 9 blogs to let you dive into the world of genealogy.


Are You My Cousin?

Lissa Lisson, the author of the blog, is a genealogy enthusiast who shares her experience in family history research. From valuable insights to researching tips, her blog is filled with lots of information to help you get the answers to your family history. Lissa posts videos with tips, as well as share useful links to the genealogy resources to make it easier for you to start your heritage research. 

The Family Curator

Denise May Levenick is a genealogist and is a member of numerous professional associations such as the Association of Professional Genealogists, California Genealogical Society, etc. and an author of two genealogy-related books. Denise not only writes about her best practices on searching for the information in family archives but also encourages others to discover fascinating details about the family and ancestors.

Heart of the Family

Elizabeth O’Neal identifies family history research as her lifestyle. The author helps readers to find the best possible price-quality ratio of different ways to make extensive ancestry research without spending much time and money. Her blog is filled with creative ideas to discover your family's past and useful guides to genealogy for beginners. 

The Sunburned Penguin

Rebekah Zobel Jones has been working on her family history for over 30 years and now wants to share her experience with the rest of the world. Besides mistakes and tips covered in the blog, Rebekah also is working on her surname cloud which contains research on American last names divided by states. We are very excited to see what it will be like in the end. 

The Genetic Genealogist

Blaine Bettinger has over 20 years of experience in genealogy research and DNA testing. His blog combines the best of traditional heritage research techniques and the latest genealogy trends to help people with their own research and keep them updated on the most interesting news. If you are looking for a more professional approach in your research, this is one of the best genealogy blogs to read. 

DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy

Roberta Estes, the author of the blog, is another professional scientist and great genealogy enthusiast who is obsessed with various research techniques and DNA testing. Even though her site is primarily specialized in personal DNA reporting and consulting, Roberta has been posting articles on genealogy related topics such as genetics, ancestor mapping, etc. since 2012. Take your time to go through the blog archives to find a lot of useful information.


The blog’s author, Randy Seaver, is a former aerospace engineer who is in love with genealogy and ancestry research. He started the blog back in 2006 and it currently features over 14000 publications including weekly digests, event and database reviews, news, and much more. If you need one place to get all the latest information, look no further. 

The Ancestor Hunt

The Ancestor Hunt is run by Kenneth R. Marks who has one of the biggest collections of various records from churches, schools, coroners, etc. Kenneth shares traditional research techniques and genealogy resources that his readers can use to make their family history research as simple as possible. Besides that, the author keeps track of the latest news and updates and posts guides on how it’s better to do research with the help of newspapers, yearbooks, photos, and more. 

Sassy Jane Genealogy

Nancy Loe is a professional genealogist who has spent decades working in archives and libraries and knows how it’s best to use these resources. She started the blog 10 years ago to help both professionals and newcomers to properly organize their genealogy research.

Final Thoughts

Genealogy research might seem hard in the beginning. But as long as you begin your journey with the proper resources and data on hand, everything should work out perfectly. Take some time to search through the following blogs and learn from the best genealogy enthusiasts and professionals.


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