Among the more popular posts are:
Passenger Lists as a Primary Source (4755 hits)
More on Anglo Boer War Ancestors (3327)
More 19th c German immigrants (2822)
and many more topics concerning family history from a South African angle.
The blog is freely available to all and has an automatic translator for those whose home language is not English. Its audience includes people from Russia, Ukraine, Germany, France, Netherlands and many other countries.
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Most of the posts are well-illustrated and every effort is made to ensure that facts are accurate and well-researched.
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In a survey conducted in the US Family Tree Magazine 2012 edition, Around the World in 40 Blogs, highlighting top blogs for tracing roots round the globe,.Mole's Genealogy Blog was included by author Sunny Jane Morton.
Mole's Genealogy Blog is entirely free and is written (other than guest posts) by a genealogist with over thirty years experience in the field.