It’s Our 4th Birthday!

"Image courtesy of [Stuart Miles] / FreeDigitalPhotos.net"

“Image courtesy of [Stuart Miles] / FreeDigitalPhotos.net”

Today is the Passionate Genealogist’s 4th birthday! Thank you to all my readers for their support over the last four years.

I am not the only one celebrating today.

The Still More Genealogy blog is celebrating five years today. The Gendocs: Family Research and Legacy blog is celebrating three years and the All Roads Led to London blog is celebrating two years. Congratulations to all my fellow bloggers on their milestones.

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Happy Canada Day!

Today is Canada’s 146th Birthday.

In four years we will be celebrating our 150th birthday. Canada 150 is a program to help people write and share their family and community histories as a way to preserve and promote our history.

What projects can you think of that will help preserve our nations history for it’s 150th birthday?

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The Passionate Genealogist is 3 years old today!

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Today is The Passionate Genealogist’s blogiversary. I started this blog three years ago and my first post was “Family History: Hobby, passion or obsession?” It was definitely all three for me.

Over the years I have had the opportunity to meet many other genealogy bloggers at conferences in the States and Canada. It has been fun to share stories and our passion for genealogy. I have started interviewing some of the bloggers that I meet and it has been interesting to hear how they got started with family history.

Other Geneabloggers who are celebrating a blogiversary today are:

Genedocs: Family Research and Legacy Preservation – celebrating their second blogiversary

All Roads Led to London – celebrating their first blogiversary

Happy Birthday Everyone!

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