New England Genealogy Bloggers

New England GeneaBloggers

Also see the webpage
or the Facebook group  “New England Geneabloggers”


Tim Abbott- Walking the Berkshires-

Claire Ammon - New Haven Genealogy   

Michael Auger – Auger’s Genealogy -  

Charlene Santos Baer – Track my Kin -  

Melissa Berry  - AnceStory Archives

Pam Beveridge – Heirlooms Reunited  

Connie Billy - Genealogy Journeys

Diane Boumenot – One Rhode Island Family -

Robert Burnett – Uncontained Multitudes

Janice Brown – Cow Hampshire

John Brugliera -   

June Butka - Dame Gussie

Wendy Callahan – New England Genealogy -

Sara Campbell- Remembering Ancestors – Genealogy Gathering

Pam Carter - My Maine Ancestry

Lucie LeBlanc Consentino – Acadian Ancestral Home (and others)

Elroy Davis – Green Mountain Genealogy   
Genevive De Haan -  Massachusetts Backwards 
Laurie Desmarais - Confuse the Dead

Jean B. Duncan- Stories from Aroostook County

Dick Eastman- Eastman’s Online Genealogy News -
Beverly Fieg - Knit Genealogist

Elaine Fitch - Mainely Genealogy 

Jake Fletcher's Genealogy Project  

Midge Frazel – Granite in my Blood

Carla Gade- Relatively Speaking

Marcia Gulesian – North Country Chronicles -   

Cheryl Hall, Harry A. Hall, Hollis Hatfield, Stephanie Hall Miller – Four Hall Cousins -

Elizabeth Pyle Handler- From Maine to Kentucky- 
and also A Jewish Genealogy Journey 

Will Haskell – Will’s Genealogy

Melissa Hayes - Are you my great grandmother? 

Liesa Healey Miller- Unsolved Histories

Cheryll Toney Holley - For All My Relations (African American and Native American) 

Caitlin Hopkins - Vast Public Indifference

Polly Kimmett- Polly Blog-

Leah Kleylein- Random Notes

David Larsson- McRae/Anderson Genealogy

Nancy LeCompte (Canyon Wolf) Gwilodwogan (Wabanaki Research)

Linda Hall Little – Passage to the Past 

Kathryn Smith Lockhard -   

Marian Pierre Louis – The New England House Historian (and others)

Liz Loveland - 

Kate Lowrie - Kate's Kin-nections  

Christine McCloud - Beautiful Water Genealogy

Timothy McQuaid- Forgotten Journeys

Sally Mack – I think we’re related -

Michael Maglio – Origin Hunters -

Robin C. Mason - Genealogy Ink  

Barbara Matthews – The Demanding Genealogist-

Kathleen McCracken - Pine Trees and Pedigrees  

Shellee Moorehead – Roots in Rhode Island

Ryan W. Owen – Forgotten New England (Lowell, MA)

Brynna O’Sullivan- Explorations in Connecticut Genealogy -

Susi Pentico - Susi's Chatty Performances

Barbara Poole – Life from the Roots-

Lori Lynn Price -

Barbara Proko -   

Bette Wing Pye - The Pye Plate  

TJ Rand – Epsom, NH - 

Lee Bingham Redgrave - Cousin Smith

Christine Roane -  

Michelle Robillard- Call Me Shell-

Christy Robinson- William and Mary Dyer-  

Dave Robison - Old Bones Genealogy

Heather Wilkinson Rojo-  Nutfield Genealogy 

Jim Saunders – Hidden Genealogy Nuggets  

Pam Schaffner - Digging Down East (lives in Ohio, writes about Maine) 

Randy Seaver - GeneaMusings 

Jennifer Shoer- Scrappy Genealogist  

Cynthia Shenette – Heritage Zen  

Craig Siulinski- August Legacy  

Jane Sweetland -  

Nat Taylor – A Genealogist’s Sketchbook -    

Mary Tedesco - Origins Italy

Candy Toussaint-Leclerc -  

Thomas Tufts – Tufts Family Genealogy

John Tew - Filiopietism Prism -

Erica Dakin Voolich –
Eric’s Adventures in Genealogy
and also Will the Real Ursula Wright Please Stand Up

Arthur Hale Veasey – Veasey Family Portrait

Wendy Grant Walter - From A to Zophar

Bill West - West in New England  

Jennifer Zink-  Ancestor Central

New Additions! 

Katharine -  Sand in My Shoes


  1. the Vietnam Vet's listing . Ernest H. Cail , Londonderry, NH. hates to see his name read Dail, on the Nutfield website. That's my brother listed below me, Lawrence.

  2. Don't forget me :)

    1. I can't believe I forgot you, Pam! Sorry! (I knew I'd forget one or two...)

  3. me! (Wendy Grant Walter)
    and John Tew's blog,

  4. Heather! I wasn't sure where else I had the option of commenting, but I looked at the 9x surnames page and we're definitely related through multiple lines on your maternal line and possibly a few on your father's - would love to get in touch!

    1. Hi, Hunter! Thanks for your comment. You can contact me at, via Facebook, Twitter or by leaving a comment here or on any blog post.

  5. Heather, I just wanted you to know that my statistics show that this page is generating traffic to my blog. I love this link and have found some wonderful new blogs through it. I was wondering if you would mind if I created a similar tab for my blog so that my readers would be able to easily find and explore some of these great writers. I could create a tab with a link to this page to simplify things and keep the information all in one place. Let me know what you think of this idea.

    1. Hi, Pam! Sure you may create a tab like this! I'll be updating this soon, there are some new New England genealogy bloggers I haven't added yet. You can find an updated list on the Facebook page for New England Genealogy Bloggers.

  6. Hi Heather! Love your blog! Please check out my (New England) blog at: Thanks!

    1. Dear Katharine, I tried to send you an email through your blog but it didn't seem to go through. Please contact me at I'd like to have you join the New England Geneabloggers group on Facebook, and join us at our group at the NERGC convention in Providence, RI in April. In the meantime, I will add you to both lists.

  7. Do I qualify?

    1. Most definitely, Randy! I'll add you in for sure!

  8. Hylbom Family Ancestry Project - - lots of New England families and many Virginia families as well...

    1. Dear Hylborn Family Ancestry Project blogger. Please contact me at and let me know if you would like to join the "New England Geneabloggers". We have a Facebook group, and we get together online and in person a few times a year to socialize, chat about blogging and genealogy, and to help each other with technical and genealogical issues. I will need your name and contact information if you would like to join.