10 Genealogy Educators to Follow on Pinterest


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If you have ever wondered, “what genealogists are active on Pinterest and who should I follow?” then you have found the best blog post ever.


Okay, it may be a stretch to say best blog post ever, but below you’ll find a reference list for which genealogists you should follow on Pinterest.


Before we get to that, make sure you understand the basics of using Pinterest for genealogy by watching this video.


Video: Pinterest Basics for Personal Accounts

Watch this video.


You'll learn the basics of setting up an account and how to select a few categories of interesting. If you're discovering this topic for the first time, perhaps you should read my blog post, Why Use Pinterest for Genealogy?


Once you have set up your account, then check out these posts to help you find content to save and a list of possible Pinterest boards to create.


10 Genealogists to Follow on Pinterest



Whenever I seek out new knowledge about my favorite hobby, I turn to these genealogy educators. They provide genealogy tips, tricks, strategies, bargains, and inspiration. The following creators have easily recognizable pins and fantastic content to help me extend my knowledge base.


Below you'll find 10 must-follow genealogists who actively share their articles and other interesting discoveries.


  1. Lisa Lisson, Are You My Cousin?

  2. Boundless Genealogy

  3. Amy Johnson Crow

  4. Legacy Tree Genealogist

  5. Fuzzy Ink Stationery

  6. GenealogyBank

  7. Annika Höstmad

  8. Treasure Chest Of Memories

  9. Nicole Dyer -- FamilyLocket

  10. The Occasional Genealogist

You will be in family history heaven when you check out these ten active genealogy pinners who make finding content on this visual search engine a cinch.


Find genealogists actively using Pinterest
Save this list to Pinterest to helps find these boards.


Follow the Family History Fanatics on Pinterest


It would be shameless to include our names in the ten genealogists to watch Pinterest. However, we’d love to make your top eleven list, so here’s a link to our account. www.pinterest.com/FamilyHistoryFanatics


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