Research to identify ancestors; family history.
Recorded family descent. Pedigree.
A list of one's ancestors.
Foucauldian term involving the metaphor of a family tree to indicate an interest in the historical and social roots of ideas, systems of knowledge or discourses. Foucault suggested in a further metaphor that an archaeological approach towards the elucidation of these be adopted.
Conducting research and gathering facts for a family tree e.g. dates of births, marriages, deaths, names and places.
Resources for the study or investigation or ancestry and family history
an ordered list of someone's ancestors; a family tree (e.g., Matt 1)
The study of family ancestries & histories.
The noted history of the genetic ancestry of a variety.
a family history, the story of your family
a fascinating area of study
Information about Family History resources. View page
A family's genetic line, family tree, or record of ancestry.
The study of ancestry and family histories.
The study of lines of descent. Alternatively, a line of descent traced continuously from an ancestor.
Study of family history and decent.
The study of one's ancestry; summary history or table of a person's ancestry.
The study of family history.
The history, oral or written, of the descent of one person or family from an ancestor or ancestors
(not geology, a study of rocks, and not geneology); study of the origin and descent of families.
A compelling glossary by Robert Angelo designed to assist those with Italian heritage trace their family history. Italian to English.
Genealogy is the study of a family's descent from ancestors.
A descriptive record of a family's ancestral line
An account of one's ancestry drawn from years of meticulous research and hours of online theft. The second part is a collection of my favorite Top Ten lists, five of which have never been printed at The Genealogue (and never will be): Top Ten Signs You're Addicted to Genealogy 9. The Mormons take out a restraining order against you.
(noun) An account of the descent of a person, family, or group from an ancestor or from older forms.
The study of a person's ancestors and the collection of information (names, dates) about that family.
An account of the descent of a person, family, or group from an ancestor or from older forms. The study of family pedigrees.
The recording of the descent of an individual person.
A record or chart of a person’s extended family going back many generations; a family tree.
The complete set of relationships (as defined by “Levels” and “Legs”) between an IMA and his or her upline and Downline. It is the “family tree” of any IMA.
Study or account of descent from ancestors.
A list or family tree of ancestors or descendants; the Priestly history and the Chronicler's history contain extensive genealogies. See Chapter 1.
A line of descent traced continuously from an ancestor or the study of lines of descent.
most commonly in everfyday use it refers to the historical relationship among individuals. But in evolutionary biology it more broadly refers to the lineage of descent or the historical relationship among populations or groups of organisms. This latter relationship is better referred to as phylogeny but phylogeny and genealogy are also used synonymously.
study of family history and descent.
Study of the origins and descent of families; a written history of the descent of a person or family from an ancestor
The study of the descent of a person, family or group from an ancestor. Many people who wish to create a family tree by researching their family's genealogy.
Genealogy is the study and tracing of family pedigrees. This involves the collection of the names of relatives, both living and deceased, and establishing the relationships among them based on primary, secondary and/or circumstantial evidence or documentation, thus building up a cohesive family tree. Genealogy (often misspelled "geneology" The word is very commonly misspelled "geneology", which is useful to know for Internet searches.
Michel Foucault's concept of genealogy is the history of the position of the subject which traces the development of people and society through history. His genealogy of the subject accounts for the constitution of knowledges, discourses, domains of objects etc., without having to make reference to a subject which is either transcendental in relation to the field of events or runs in its empty sameness throughout the course of history.