A NEW FREE Online Genealogy Magazine

The premier issue of ‘Going In-Depth’ was introduced to subscribers on February 15, 2013. The online genealogy magazine contains over 70 pages of columns, articles, and free resources. New issues are planned for the 15th of each month. Subscriptions are FREE, so follow my example and subscribe now! The publication is edited by a team of folks at The In-Depth Genealogist – Jennifer Alford, Jen Baldwin, Stephanie Pitcher Fishman, and Terri O’Connell.

As a long-term genealogy magazine editor, I know how much work goes into publishing genealogy magazines. This one is online, so that takes away some of the difficulties, but I’m sure there are others because it IS an online magazine.

The current issue is 72 pages, and I found it to be an interesting read. A number of my friends contributed articles.

Following is the Table of Contents for the Premier Issue:

7 – Tracing Blue and Gray; Take a Civil War Rod Trip, by Cindy Freed
11 – My Twisted Roots; Welcome to My Twisted Roots by Andrea Johnson Beck
14 – Remember the Ladies; Three Websites for Researching Female Ancestors, by Gena Philibert-Ortega
20 – The Heritage Tourist; Freedoms Frontier: National Heritage Area, by Dr. Bill Smith
24 – Timeless Territories; Deeds: How to Get a Copy, by Michelle Goodrum
27 – Gen Ed; Genealogy Conferences Want Your!, by Shelly Bishop
30 – The Society Pages; Beginning the Process, by Shannon Combs Bennett
33 – Letting Go of My Ancestors, by Thomas McEntee
37 – Jewish Genealogy; Starting as a Pisher in Slovakia, by Jennifer Alford
40 – Preserving the Past; Shopping for those Bookshelf Basics, by Pat Biallas
44 – Ask Ephraim
50 – Deep into DNA; Get Your DNA to the Top of the Charts, by Mike Maglio
58 – The Emerald Isle; Great Insights from Petty Sources: The Petty Sessions Court Records, by Jim Ryan
61 – Dear Readers
63 – Family Atlas; Welcome to Texas, by Jen Baldwin
67 – Across the Pond; Introducing – Across the Pond, by Julie Goucher
71 – MIAA; Missing in Action Ancestors

Click on the illustration to read the current issue, and to subscribe.

5 thoughts on “A NEW FREE Online Genealogy Magazine

  1. Very informative. I am “intermediate” in my research. My mother and cousin got me “HOOKED” over ten yers ago.
    They keep on the ancestors; while Ifind it important to keep finding the younger generations.
    I use Family Tree Maker (12).
    Unfortunately, I am on disability; making it hard and painful to get around. Love my computer!!

  2. Thank you, Leland! We appreciate the support, and even more the kind words. You are well respected among the gang at IDG, so this is a high compliment to be paid. We really appreciate your sharing it with others. We are so glad that people are finding it useful!


  3. Leland, Thank you so much for including “Go In-Depth” in your blog. We were all very excited to see this; it really made our day! The magazine has been received well across the community, and we have been a bit overwhelmed with the positive response. We certainly hoped it would be welcomed, but really had no idea.
    Thank you, again, we very much appreciate your support.
    Sincerely, the team at The In-Depth Genealogist
    (Jen B.)

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