We are curating a list of our favourite genie blogs - if you would like to suggest yours, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAG Group and Member blogs
https://www.itsallrelative.com.au/ is the blogsite of SAG President Melissa Hulbert and combines her professional and personal interests in Genetic Genealogy (DNA), Family History, Astrophotography, and more!
https://dnasydney.wordpress.com/ is from the Society's DNA Research Group drawing from expertise across the community and featuring information on group events and research.
https://famresearch.wordpress.com/ is the blog from SAG Board Director Kerry Farmer and details much of her use of DNA research methodologies into uncovering her family's lineage.
https://recordmypast.com.au/blog-2/ has been developed by SAG Board Director Philippa Shelley Jones and features drawing connections with place, objects, and pets when considering family history.
http://www.generationsgenealogy.com.au/ is the blog from SAG presenter, supervisor, and volunteer for archival projects, Danielle Lautrec.
https://edenborough.info/ Family Leaves and Branches is where Diploma Supervisor and Committee member Jennie Fairs shares her stories and also details her Edenborough Surname Study.
https://www.ancestordiscovery.com.au/blog/ is where Cathie Sherwood, member of the SAG Education Committee, provides insights into her work and latest events.
Lilian's Tree (researchbylily.blogspot.com) is where you can find posts from SAG's Writing Discussion Group Convenor, Lilian Magill. Lilian provides information on her own research, focussing on Australian, Irish and Scottish ancestry, whilst keeping us updated with her current observations from the sector.
http://patientgenie.blogspot.com/ is 'The Patient Genie' or Michelle Patient's blog site. Another member of the SAG Education Committee, Michelle details her Trans-Tasman research and is another DNA specialist.
https://mossiesmusings.blogspot.com/ is where SAG presenter and course developer Christine Woodlands brings together her research findings. She also blogs at http://killionquinnhand.blogspot.com/; http://agnescahillfamilynswaustralia.blogspot.com; http://webbwagg.blogspot.com; http://lutgeaustralia.blogspot.com; and https://gersbachaustralia.blogspot.com
https://vhancestorsstories.blogspot.com/ is one of the blogsites that SAG DNA Research Group member Vicki Hails has developed - she is building up a wealth of stories that she also frequently shares at our Friday Hang Outs.
https://thednaconnection.com.au/tag/dna/ is the site for Melanie Dunstan, SAG member, who has recently completed the Certificate of Genealogical Studies.
http://janellestree.blogspot.com/ is the blog from SAG member Janelle Collins where she documents her research and travels. Her blog is also one of many searchable in the Australian Web Archive searchable in Trove: https://webarchive.nla.gov.au/
https://dragonflygenie.blogspot.com/ is a NEW blog from Julie Simpson and already some amazing stories documented!
https://familyhistoryagency.com.au/ is Dr Kristy Love's blog and website outlining her research and services.
https://rednicnz.wordpress.com/ is member and Diploma of Family Historical Studies candidate Sarah Hewitt's blog site.
Family Tree Frog is member Alex Daw's site and also links to her other blogs covering family history and her reading recommendations.
Other genealogy and related blogshttps://fareloom.co/blog
Please also see THIS LINK for interviews with some of our favourite bloggers on developing their sites (recorded as part of the Society's In search of...Family History Technology in March 2021.