Examples of genealogy in a Sentence
They've been researching their genealogies.
has a distinguished genealogy that traces back to William the Conqueror
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This cozy museum features local archaeological finds; pioneer crafts; mercantile and family genealogy records; Civil War displays; and toys and musical instruments, including a violano, an Edison phonograph, and more.
Still another source, the Clan Akins genealogy page, says Uncle Jerry was listed on the 1880 Cherokee County census as 100 years old, which would have made him 116 at the time of his death.
A receipt is a biography that must be revived in the kitchen to truly be told again, to truly become a link in culinary genealogy.
The miniseries, which traced Haley’s genealogy back to the Gambia, spurred many African Americans to start tracing their own ancestries.
Study Your Roots: The Chagrin Falls Historical Society is offering a workshop on genealogy 3-5 p.m. Saturday, July 15 at its headquarters, 87 East Washington St. in Chagrin Falls.
Just for funsies, Ancestry.com offered their genealogy services to the cast of Turn: Washington's Spies to determine whether any of the stars had Revolutionary War connections.
Because surnames for former slaves were so fluid and not set on any particular laws or rules, determining a surname during and after slavery is often the most challenging aspect of African-American genealogy.
Mr. Warner's hobbies included managing his stock portfolio, genealogy, antiques collecting, metal detecting and Civil War history.
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Origin and Etymology of genealogy
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsbirth, blood, bloodline, breeding, descent, extraction, family tree, ancestry, line, lineage, origin, parentage, pedigree, stock, strain
Antonymsissue, posterity, progeny, seed
Related Wordsheredity, succession; family, house; kin, kindred, relations, relatives; race
Near Antonymsoffspring; child, heir, inheritor, son, successor
GENEALOGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of genealogy for English Language Learners
: the study of family history
: the history of a particular family showing how the different members of the family are related to each other
GENEALOGY Defined for Kids
Definition of genealogy for Students
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