04 November 2012

Top Genetic Genealogy Bloggers

Genetic Genealogy has become a very popular pursuit among genealogists, and many are now blogging to help others understand DNA testing and to keep the public updated on this fast-paced field.

Recently Terry Barton suggested that each of us should post this list of the top blogs.  I'm very honored to be included and to be among such distinguished bloggers in this field.

As each of us has a different audience and a different focus, those interested, as well as the general public, would be wise to follow at least several, if not all, of these blogs. Although some  appear to be focused on a particular surname, each has great information on genetic genealogy in general.

These bloggers are well known in the field and most attend the Family Tree DNA Conference in Houston each year while a few attend the Who Do You Think You Are? Conference in London yearly.  This gives all of us the opportunity of knowing each other and highly recommending their work.

Steven Perkin's blog is On-line Journal of Genetics and Genealogy (since May 2004)
Emily Aulicino's blog is DNA - Genealem's Genetic Genealogy (since February 2007)
Blain Bettinger's blog is The Genetic Genealogist (since February 2007)
Debbie Cruwys Kennett's blog is Cruwys News (since April 2007)
Richard Hill's blog is DNA Testing Advisor (since 2008)
Terry Barton's blog is Terry's Blog  (since January 2009)
CeCe Moore's blog is Your Genetic Genealogist (since June 2010)
Steve StClair's blog is Sinclair DNA (since February 2011 on BlogTalkRadio)
Judy Russell's blog is The Legal Genealogist (since January 2012)
Roberta Estes' blog is DNAeXplained - Genetic Genealogy (since July 2012)

Thank you Terry for this wonderful idea  and for inspiring the rest of us to make the list available to our followers!

4 Nov 2012

1 comment:

Jim (Hidden Genealogy Nuggets Blog) said...

Thanks for the links to DNA Genealogy Blogs. I've been wanted to learn a bit more about what DNA Genealogy can do. I haven't ordered any test kits just yet.

Regards, Jim
Hidden Genealogy Nuggets