DNA blogs

These are my favorite DNA blogs (many are both genealogy and DNA), divided into groups, then listed in order of how often they post. Most of these you can follow by signing up for an email notification. Otherwise you can use one of the many RSS feed services on the web. Personally I use protopage.com to follow most of them but there are many other RSS agregators.

BLOGS I always read from the DNA rockstars


Judy Russell
The Legal Genealogist
Daily and Sundays a DNA post

Roberta Estes
DNA-explained
Mainly DNA including a concepts series
About 3 times a week


Blaine Bettinger
The Genetic Genealogist
I read every post he writes
2 to 3 times a month

CeceMoore
Your Genetic Genealogist
Not quite monthly, DNA consultant on TV’s Finding Your Roots among many other credits

Debbie Kennett
Cruwys One Name Study
British and very knowledgable (does ISOGG wiki, thank you)

all these bloggers are on the genetic genealogy rockstar list at
http://anglo-celtic-connections.blogspot.com/2016/09/rockstar-genealogists-2016-genetic.html

DNA BLOGS that are my must reads

Jim Bartlett
Segment-ology
once a month if we are lucky, did some shorter tips recently

Sue Griffeth
Genealogy Junkie
rarely posts but excellent, mainly DNA

Paul Woodbury and others
Legacy Tree Genealogists
yes I am an affiliate but I really do like their DNA articles

JEWISH DNA, also at least a must skim for me

Lara Diamond
Lara’s jewnealogy
Jewish DNA and genealogy about twice a week

Israel Pickholtz
All My Foreparents
once a week

NEW DNA BLOGS that look interesting

Leah LaPerle Larkin
The DNA geek
has some Melugeon endogamy

OTHER DNA BLOGS I like to read

Louise Coakley
GENI1
Australian, one of the best

Debbie Wayne Parker
Deb’s Delvings in Genealogy
Texas genealogist, lots of DNA

Amy Johnson Crow
http://www.amyjohnsoncrow.com/
Ohio both DNA and genealogy

Rebekkah Canada
Haplogroup
always interesting, does not blog often enough!

Kalani Mondoy
Hawaii DNA
rarely posts but fascinating endogamous DNA

Jason Lee
DNA Genealogy
irregular postings but good ones.

Shannon Christmas
Through the Trees
African American genealogy and DNA

ADOPTION oriented

Richard Hill
The DNA Testing Advisor

Michael Lacopo
Hoosier Daddy
not posting much these days, story of his successful search for his Dad with DNA

So of all these folk only Amy uses just her own name for her blog as I do, thank you Amy. I am sure I have missed a few DNA blogs that I read or should read but these are the ones on my protopage. Feel free to send me others. I do have some non-DNA blogs listed on my resources page and will update that soon as well.