Here are links to the blogs I have been reading this week. (pictures are my choice and not from the original posts. Source Pixabay.com)
- Randy Seaver from San Diego in his blog “Genea-musings” links to a website where you can write your name in Norse Runic letters.
- The Ancestry insider writes about Serendipity in Genealogy
- I find James Duke‘s blog about video biography based on our personal history very interesting
- In her blog “A look thru time” Diana Leagh Matthews share some questions you may want to keep in mind if you consider to publish a family story.
- In his blog Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter Dick Eastman writes “In my opinion it is not even possible to verify historically a connected European pedigree earlier than the time of the Merovingian Kings (c. a.d. 450–a.d. 752)”. In Norway most of us have to draw this line much later.
- Thomas MacEntee at Geneabloggers has some inspiration for us genealogy bloggers. Have a look at his Genealogy Blogging Beat – Friday, 22 April 2016