In just one week (and a day) many Geneabloggers will be descending on Fort Wayne, Indiana. We will be researching at the Allen County Public Library and having a get together at the home of fellow geneablogger Tina Lyons and her husband. We have a great list of people coming, some from Illinois, Ohio and Canada. Yes, you read that right Canada!
The Midwest Geneabloggers Facebook page has been listing the blogs of those attending, but I thought I would put together a post here for everyone to read. That way, you will know who’s blog to read for updates on our weekend and to see if we get any research done. Plus, this will be a first time trip to ACPL for many, so I am sure there will be some posts about that as well.
Here is the list, in no particular order:
Tina Lyons of Genwish List
Jennifer Holik of Generations
Laura Cosgrove Lorenzana of The Last Leaf on This Branch
Stephanie Pitcher Fishman of Corn and Cotton Genealogy
Derek Davey of Genealogy – Northwest Ohio
Thomas MacEntee of Geneabloggers
Patricia Desmond Biallas of Genea Journeys
Linda Swisher of Round Tuit Genealogy
Diana Ritchie of Random Relatives
Jen Alford of Jen-Gens Family History
Susan Clark of Nolichucky Roots
Diana Biddle of Adventures in Brown County History & Genealogy
Kathryn Lake Hogan of Looking 4 Ancestors
Brenda Leyndyke of Journey to the Past
Shelley Bishop of A Sense of Family
Lisa Ellam of The Faces Of My Family
Lisa VonLanken of The Shy Genealogist
Karen Bennett of Karen’s Chatt
Margel Soderberg of 2338 W. Washington Blvd
I apologize if I missed anyone. If there is someone you know that is attending, please leave a comment so I can add them to our list.
That is a total of 20 bloggers all together. What a group. There are many bloggers listed that I have not met, yet. I cannot wait to meet each and every one of you. If you have spare time in the next week (because you are super organized and have a research plan completed already) take some time to stop by these blogs and introduce yourself. See if you have any common surnames or areas to research. Maybe we can break a brick wall down together.