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Friday, 20 June 2014

5 on a Friday - More Facebook Genealogy Groups

Following on from last week's 5 on a Friday post here are another 5 Facebook groups.

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The first group is for members of the Guild of One Name Studies but they also have a Facebook page which is open to all.
"The Guild of One-Name Studies is the world's leading genealogical organisation for One-Name studies. The Guild welcomes as members anyone who has an interest in the subject. Members who are carrying out a One-Name study may register their study with the Guild."

This week has seen the creation of a brand new group for Geneabloggers with lots of hints and tips.
 "GeneaBloggers is an online community of over 3,000 genealogy and family history bloggers committed to learning more about their ancestors and themselves"
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Another group I check regularly is the Technology for Genealogy group.
"Discussion of technology used for genealogy purposes. Includes: software, apps, tablets, computers, gadgets, news, web sites. Topics must be related to technology and have applicability as a genealogy tool."
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The Social Media for Genealogy group was highlighted to me on twitter by @geneaalacarte after last week's post.
"A resource for learning more about social media tools and practices. This group is open to all with an interest in genealogy and who want to leverage the power of social media to expand their genealogy research as well as promote their genealogy business."
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My final group today is based on family history in Northern Ireland - the Coleraine Branch of The North of Ireland Family History Society - they are a very friendly and well informed group.
"An information page for the activities of The Coleraine Branch of The North of Ireland Family History Society"

As usual if you think I've missed some good groups please let me know.

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