Follow Friday – Examiner.com Authors

In this day and age of genealogy research we are very much connected through social media and online activities. Did you know there are many Examiner.com genealogy writers across the country? I am one of those writers and you can find me on Examiner.com here.  We each specialize in a specific area. Let me introduce you to some of my friends.

Dr. Bill Smith, Springfield (MO) Genealogy Examiner. Dr. Bill is one of the first people I connected with in the blogosphere almost two years ago. He writes about Missouri and northern Arkansas genealogy and history. Even if you think you know everything about the topic he is writing about today, you will always learn something new.

Stephanie Fishman, Columbus (OH) Genealogy Examiner. Stephanie is a genealogist and homeschool parent. She uses her expertise and knowledge about both, to write articles to help bring your family to life. She will also introduce you to many Columbus area resources.

Caroline Pointer, Houston (TX) Genealogy Examiner. Caroline is another person I connected with early on in my blogging life. Her blog posts are informative and humorous. She brings together the old with the new in research and technology. She will soon be launching a new blog Blogging Genealogy on January 31, 2012. Visit her site today and sign up for the free newsletter.

Laura Cosgrove Lorenzana, Kane County (IL) History Examiner. Laura is a professional archivist and genealogist in the Chicagoland area. She brings together the expertise of working with both the public and individuals to help you tell your family’s story and preserve the materials from which you told that story. Keep an eye on her this year!

Terri O’Connell, Chicago Travel Examiner. Terri specializes in Chicago area travel but she is also working on Genealogy Tours. Stay up to date with her latest reviews and talk to her about your genealogy research travel needs. Check out her FaceBook page for more travel information.

What genealogy examiners do you follow? Please share their sites in the comments.

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