Saturday, 24 March 2018

Genealogy Blogging From A to Z

The Blogging From A to Z Challenge is when participating bloggers write a post for every letter of the alphabet every day in April, except Sundays. 

April snuck up on me again! I did this one year and really enjoyed the challenge, but it is not easy to blog to a theme every day, especially without lots of preparation! Maybe one year I will do it again.  Most bloggers pick a theme, although it is not mandatory, and this week is Theme Reveal Week. 

It is always fun to see what bloggers come up with for their version of the A to Z Challenge.  This year to date there are 9 bloggers signed up in the Genealogy category.  

At the end of the site post of March 19th there is a master list of bloggers. You can still sign up for the master list until April 1st, but it is never to late to catch up and participate.  I can add Genealogy bloggers here as long as the challenge runs.

I have scoped out all the Genealogy bloggers to list here...

Anne’s Family History

Everyone Has a Story to Tell

Finding Eliza

Jollett Etc.

Lori Crane (late start, but catching up!)

Roots & Stuff  (opted out)

Sandra's Ancestral Research Blog  (opted out)

The Curry Apple Orchard

Tracking Down the Family 

Genealogy Challenges  (this is me)

Let's show them our support by reading and commenting on their posts. 
Let me know if you want your blog added to the list. 

* Alright already! I decided to take up the challenge. I added my blog Genealogy Challenges to the end of the list 


  1. Thanks for the mention. Look forward to catching up with everyone’s posts. It is great there is a genealogy category this year.

  2. Thanks for the genealogy list here. Look forward to visiting them all during the challenge


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