Ever wonder what the genealogist in your family wants to find in their Christmas stocking? Finding the perfect genealogy stocking stuffer ideas can be tough. Here are 12 great ideas of what genealogists really want in a stocking on Christmas morning!
Tree of Life Charm Necklace – A classic and a favorite, this is always a favorite!
Genealogy Bracelet – Let your jewelry reflect your passion for genealogy.
Flash Drives – Back up, back up, back up! Take away the worry of losing valuable research.
Magnifying Glass with Light – A good magnifying glass is so helpful when reading those old documents. I personally prefer one with a light incorporated.
Genealogy T-Shirt – Display your passion for genealogy!
Paper Mate Flair Felt Tip Pens – These are my favorite pens! They are perfect for getting creative with your timelines! Color coding the ancestors helps me see migration patterns and keep individuals of the same name straight.
A Roll of Quarters – We’ve got to feed the microfilm reader.
Picture Keeper – A Great option for backing up your photos. This is also a option for teenagers and young adults to back up the photos from their smartphones.
Multipurpose Cable Clips Holders for Organizing Cable Cords Home and Office – Keep your genealogy home office organized.
Portable Charger – The smartphone is an important tool in genealogy research, but there is nothing worse than depleting your battery on a research trip. A portable charger is a “must have” for genealogy research on the go. [My college kids love this one!]
Fun Genealogy Mug – After a late night of research, enjoy a cup of coffee or your favorite tea! Perk up your morning coffee in a fun genealogy mug. (This is my favorite saying!)
Genealogy Necklace “I seek dead people” – Genealogy, jewelry AND humor – What a fun option!
REMEMBER – There is nothing wrong with filling your own stocking! 🙂
Check out MORE Genealogy Gift Guides!
- Gift Guide for Genealogy Book Lovers
- DNA Themed Gift Guide for the Genealogist
- Your Genealogy Easy Gift Guide for the Holidays