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    May132010

    Family Curator Named to My Heritage Top 100

    Thank you MyHeritage.com for including The Family Curator as one of your Top 100 Genealogy Sites for 2010. It is an honor to be named with so many of my blogging colleagues.

    Of course, like many others, The Family Curator was inspired, coached, and supported by those "cornerstone blogs" that are TOP in any list of genealogy blogs such as DearMyrtle, footnoteMaven, Genea-Musings, Shades of the Departed, The Educated Genealogist, The Genealogue, We Tree, What's Past is Prologue (to name but a few).

    In turn, I hope that The Family Curator inspires, coaches, and supports your family history efforts.

    MyHeritage.com Top 100 Genealogy Sites

    Above the Trees

    AnceStories

    Ancestors Live Here

    Anglo-Celtic Connections

    Apple’s Tree

    Arlene Eakle’s Genealogy Blog

    Bayside Blog

    Before my Time

    Betty’s Boneyard Genealogy Blog

    Brenda Dougall Merriman

    British Genealogy

    Census Finder

    Census Tools

    Circlemending

    Creative Gene

    Crowe’s Nest

    Cruwys News

    Destination: Austin Family

    Documenting the Details

    Donna’s Genealogy Blog

    Dr. Bill Tells Ancestor Stories

    Elyse’s Genealogy Blog

    FamHist

    Family, Friends and Neighbors

    Family Oral History Using Digital Tools

    Family Research

    Find My Ancestors

    Find Your Folks

    Geneageek

    Free Genealogy Tools

    From Wilno to Worcester

    Gena’s Genealogy

    GenDisasters

    GeneaBlogie

    Genealogy Blog

    Genealogy Canada

    Genealogy Gems

    Genealogy Guide

    Genealogy Lines

    Genealogy in New South Wales

    Genealogy is Ruthless Without Me

    Genealogy Reviews Online

    Genealogy Star

    Genealogy Tip of the Day

    GeniAus

    GeniTales

    Genwriters

    Greta’s Genealogy Blog

    Gus’s Genealogy Blog

    Henthorn Genealogy News

    Jessica’s Genejournal

    JLog

    Kick-Ass Genealogy

    Kinexxions

    Lessons from my Ancestors

    Life from the Roots

    Little Bytes of Life

    Mad About Genealogy

    Midwestern Microhistory

    Moultrie Creek

    New England Genealogy

    Nutfield Genealogy

    Olive Tree Genealogy Blog

    Orkneyjar

    Patten Project

    Paula’s Genealogical Eclectica

    Practical Archivist

    Renee’s Genealogy Blog

    Roots ‘n’ Leaves

    Scotgen

    Scottish Genealogy News and Events

    SephardicGen Resources

    Shauna Hicks History Enterprises

    Shoestring Genealogy

    Small-Leaved Shamrock

    Smoky Mountain Family Historian

    Special Collections and Family History

    Staats Place

    Steve’s Genealogy Blog

    St. Vincent Memories

    Taneya’s Genealogy Blog

    The Accidental Genealogist

    The Armchair Genealogist

    The Association of Graveyard Rabbits

    The Chart Chick

    The Cobbold Family History Trust

    The Family Curator

    The Genetic Genealogist

    ThePeerage

    The Slovak Yankee

    The St. Leon Family

    ThinkGenealogy

    TJLGenes: Preserving Our Family History

    TransylvanianDutch

    Twigs of Yore

    Upstate New York Genealogy Blog

    Wandering Genealogist

    Walking the Berkshires

    West in New England

    Zalewski Family Genealogy

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    Reader Comments (5)

    Congratulations, Denise!

    May 13, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBill West

    Congratulations Denise, it is well deserved. If I were only half as creative as you . . . ah! a girl can only dream!

    May 14, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSheri Fenley

    Thank you, Bill and Sheri. Too nice, you are.
    Sheri, If only I were half as educated as you...

    May 14, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDenise Levenick

    Thank you so much for the acknowledgement my friend.

    As I always say, publicity is good for GeneaBloggers and the list is filled with wonderful deserving and often overlooked bloggers who bang it out everyday. Well-deserved.

    -fM

    May 14, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterfootnoteMaven

    We thank you for your outstanding commitment to your work!

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