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Monday, March 19, 2012

Family History Expos Bloggers of Honor for Albuquerque

Family History Expos has selected its Bloggers of Honor for the Albuquerque Family History Expo. They are as follows:

Our Bloggers of Honor

Arlene H.     Arlene H. Eakle, Ph.D.,
Genealogy Evidence

Other blogs:
New York
Scots-Irish (launch soon)

Dr. Eakle is president of The Genealogical Institute, Inc., she is a professional genealogist with more than 30 years’ experience in research, consulting, lecturing, and writing.

James L.     James L. Tanner,
Genealogy's Star

James has more than thirty years experience in law and computers, and over twenty years experience as a research genealogist. He volunteers at the Mesa Regional Family History Center. James' family dates back to the Mayflower. With the exception of one great-great grandfather from Denmark, his family all came from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Leland K.     Leland K. Meitzler,

Leland loves genealogy, as well as history in general. He also likes to blog, and GenealogyBlog is the product of that passion. He started blogging in 2003. The last 30 years he has worked as a magazine editor & publisher. He calls his “free daily online genealogy nautamagazine.”

Scott     Scott Phillips,
Onward To Our Past

Genealogical historian and Owner of Onward To Our Past®. Scott specializes in Bohemia/Czech Republic, Cornwall, Italy, and Midwestern genealogy. Scott has been published by the National Czech & Slovak Museum and Library,, Ohio Genealogical Society, and several other organizations.

Schelly Talalay     Schelly Talalay Dardashti,
Tracing the Tribe


Concentrates on genealogy as journalist, blogger and speaker. Dardashti has traced her families for more than 20 years. She authors the Jewish genealogy blog, Tracing the Tribe; edits/contributes to MyHeritage Blog; is the US genealogy advisor, New Mexico Jewish Historical Society genealogy chair, and on the Sandoval County (NM) Genealogy Society committee.

Robert J. C.     Robert J. C. Baca,
New Mexico Genealogical Society Blog

The Baca / Douglas Genealogy and Family History Blog

Has been researching genealogy for over a dozen years. He is a blogger well known to both the local and national genealogy community. He is currently the president of the New Mexico Genealogical Society.

Henrietta Martinez     Henrietta Martinez Christmas,
1598 New Mexico

A genealogical and historical researcher for 30+ years, descends from eleven soldiers that came with OƱate in 1598. A writer and speaker, she has written several genealogical and historical books, relating to New Mexico's towns and their people and more than 100 journal articles relating to genealogy and history. 

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