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The study of ancestry or pedigrees.

For people, genealogy often involves constructing what is called a "family tree" showing the births, marriages, and descendants for earlier and current generations of a family.
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What is Odysseus' genealogy?

Genealogy of Odysseus . Generation 0 Telemachus\nGeneration 1 Odysseus married to Penelope, dau of Icarius (sister of Iphthime m Eumelus)\nGeneration 2 Odysseus (and his sister Ctimene) was the son of Laertes and Anticleia\nGeneration 3 Laertes son of Arcesius; Anitcleia dau of Autolycus and Amph (MORE)

What is the genealogy of Arthur?

Answer . Unknown King Arthur Stories are mainly myth and fantasy ! we dont even know if he existed let alone his parentage . However popular story tells us that his Father was Uther Pendragon who decieved the lady Igraine, with Merlins help, by taking on the form of her husband in order to li (MORE)

In the genealogy of Adam why was Cain not mentioned?

From Adam to the Flood. The Bible gives evidence of the existenceof lists of family relationships from man's beginning. At the birthof Adam's son Seth, Eve said: "God has appointed another seed inplace of Abel, because Cain killed him." (Ge 4:25) Representativesof the line begun by Seth survived the (MORE)

What is genealogy?

Genealogy is the study and documentation of the ancestry anddescendants of specific people, often with added reference to theirlives, accomplishments and lifestyles. It is also the study of thehistory of one or more families, who need not have been prominentin any way. . This distinguishes it from (MORE)

What is Cher's genealogy?

Her father was Armenian, and her mother is of French descent. One time years ago she said her father was turkish. Also during an interview with Barbara Walters she said her father was not close to her and that he had serious drug related issues; that she stopped seeing him when she found out that a (MORE)

What is the definition of genealogy?

Genealogy is the study of ones ancestors and related people. It is often called Family History and differs from more conventional History in that Genealogy need not focus on prominent or influential people or on broad or important sociopolitical trends. It does focus on the names, activities and l (MORE)

What is the genealogy of Adam?

You can see the geneology of Adam in Mathew chapter 1.. Also in Genesis 5. Make a list and compare it with Matthew 1 .

How do you become certified in genealogy?

You become certified in genealogy by applying to the Board for Certification of Genealogists. You submit work samples that demonstrate your knowledge of the genealogical research standards. That work sample is reviewed by a group of Certified Genealogists. If you pass the review you have the right t (MORE)

Which Gospel stresses Jesus' genealogy?

The Gospel According to St Matthew provides Jesus' genealogy back through his father Joseph, his paternal grandfather Jechonias, and then through the great Zorobabel, son of Salathiel , to King David. The Gospel According to St Luke also provides a genealogy back through his father Joseph, his pate (MORE)

What is the genealogy of the Arner family?

A C Arner born about 1901 in Alabama Married to Lula Arner born about 1910 lived in Union Springs, Bullock, Alabama in 1930 Prince Arner born about 1877 in Alabama Married to Ella born about 1883 Lived in Thomasville, Clarke, Alabama in 1930 with their kids Ambrs Arner 22 Peter Arner 19 Jake Arner 1 (MORE)

What is the relation between genealogy and history?

History is obviously the study of all events and persons in the past.. Genealogy is the study of family relationships or family trees. Most of the people will be dead but some will still be alive and current.. My site www.Maberly.name is a genealogy site which covers the history of the Maberly and (MORE)

How do you get information about your genealogy?

I am very meticulous, so I prefer to use a family tree program. The one I use is called Family Tree Maker and I have been using it for about 13 years and find it easy to use. Then, combine that with a membership to ancestry.com and you will be lost for hours finding relatives.. You can also store y (MORE)

What is the meaning of Extraction Status. This is a genealogy term?

In genealogy, "extraction" is the process of taking information form original records and organizing it into tables or databases, etc. "Extraction status" is the status of an extraction project. For example, a group may organize a project to extract an index of the available birth, marriage and deat (MORE)

Was does genealogy mean?

Genealogy is "the study of one's ancestors--parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, and so on back through history."

How do you organize genealogy?

There are three ways: Paper, internet storage, or software. Storage on paper has a long and successful history, albeit an archaic practice. Paper documentation requires far too much attention to detail to keep up and organize beyond a few generations. Large family trees, beyond two or three gener (MORE)

How popular is genealogy?

Genealogy is more popular than it has ever been. It has become a mainstream hobby since it's now easier to access information through multiple free and fee websites, and it's easier to contact others who may have family information you're seeking. There are also references being made to genealogy in (MORE)

Who invented genealogy?

Genealogy was probably invented by many different people, but so long ago that none of them are remembered. Genealogy started as the recording of the ancestors of kings and other important people, to show how they are descended from gods and mythic heroes and thus deserving of their power and the p (MORE)

What is the Jewish genealogy?

Genealogy is the study of the history of particular families, who may or may not have had prominent members.. Jewish genealogy is the study of the history of families who were Jewish, or are descended at least in part form Jewish families. Because Jews were kept separated from the mainstream of soc (MORE)

In genealogy what does dit mean - example Marie Martin dit St. Jean?

'dit' does not come from genealogy, but from names. It means 'said' or 'called'. That introduces another part of the name, which was intended to differentiate people more easily. For instance in the same parish there were ten families called Martin. Marie being the most frequent name for girls in th (MORE)

Does genealogy mean an account of the descent of a person or family from ancestors lineage?

Genealogy can mean an account of the descent of a person or family from their ancestors. In modern times it is often expanded to include accounts of the culture in which the ancestors lived, their sources of livelihood, and the reasons they may have migrated from one place to another. It can also in (MORE)

How did genealogy start?

Genealogy is a record of direct descent from ancestors. The practice of documenting lineage is lost in our most ancient history. People have always preserved lineage in some form from the time when there were only tribal leaders. The earliest would have been in spoken form passed down by tradition.

When did genealogy start?

Genealogy has been around as long as humans have been on this earth. Every family has told stories about their ancestors since time began. The formalized study of genealogy has its roots in the history of European royal families where bloodlines and people were tracked. In the United States, the f (MORE)

What is the paradox of genealogy?

One observation that has been called a "paradox of genealogy" is that the more information is known, the more (unknown) information there is to find. . ANSWER >That depends upon whether one is an evolutionist or an Intelligent designer. If of intelligent design then theoretically one would have t (MORE)

Why is this genealogical of Jesus so important?

It establishes him as being from King David's line. This shows that God keeps God's promises, because the coming Messiah was promised to be from the line of David. Note that there are two different lines recorded, one in Matthew and one in Luke. Not only that, but his lineage also goes all the way (MORE)

When did the study of genealogy begin?

Genealogy is a little different then family history because people have been attempting to trace their roots back for thousands of years. Genealogy really didn't pick up until the 19th century in the United States by John Farmer, about 1820s. It wasn't truly big until 1894 the Mormon Church started (MORE)

What is a Genealogy forum?

A genealogy forum is a message board where participants can have online discussions about ancestry through the use of posted messages. For instance, you could initiate a thread by posting a question about your ancestral surname and others with pertinent information could respond.

When does your genealogy end?

NEVER! You will never be able to track down and find the names of all of your ancestors, but you will keep trying.

How do you start genealogy?

The best way to start in genealogy is with yourself. Write down your full name, your birth date and place, and, if you're married, your husband's or wife's full name, birth date and place, and the date and place of your marriage. Then continue by listing your parents names, birth dates and places, m (MORE)

Where would you find info about your genealogy?

Begin by downloading some forms and charts for free from genealogy websites. You'll need to keep track of your researching and sources of info so you don't waste time spinning your tires, so to speak. You might want a beginners book like the Genealogy for Dummies books from you local library or book (MORE)

What is the genealogy of Hades?

Gaia bore the sky god Ouranos without a father, and as she emerged without parent, she and Ouranus were the parents of the Titans, among them Rhea who was the mother of Hades, and her mate Cronus. The brothers and sisters of Hades are as follows; Hera Hestia Demeter Zeus Poseidon Had (MORE)

Genealogy of rizal to fourth generation?

As of today (June 2, 2013), genealogy of Rizal to the 4th generation is largely UNUPDATED. Current documentation still relies on research and documentation of Esteban de Ocampo in 1953 (60 years ago).

What is the genealogy of Moses?

According to The Bible, the genealogy of Moses, back as far as Abraham is: Abraham - lived 175 years Isaac - lived 180 years Jacob - lived 147 years Levi - lived 137 years Kohath -lived 133 years Amram - lived 137 years Moses - lived 120 years Assuming that Moses is literally the grandson of Koha (MORE)

What is the genealogy of the surname Bernstein?

There is no single genealogy of the surname Bernstein. Bernstein is an artificial surname created during the late 18th and early 19th centuries when Jews were required by the governments of central and eastern Europe to use surnames. Many unrelated families took the name Bernstein, so there are many (MORE)

What is the Genealogy of Saturn?

There is no "Genealogy" of Saturn. Genealogy is the study anddocumentation of a specific direct ancestral lineage within abiological Family.

Why is a death certificate important for genealogy?

A death certificate provides documentation on the date of death. Depending on the state or country, it may contain other valuable information, such as birth date, names of parents, spouse or children and cause of death. It may also provide a location of death, and of burial, which can help locate ot (MORE)

How do Mormons use Genealogy?

Mormons, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) believe that they can perform religious sacraments on behalf of their deceased ancestors and give them the opportunity to accept Jesus Christ in the afterlife. This is viewed as a selfless act of service, and m (MORE)

Why is Cain not listed in Adams genealogy?

One thought: Adam's genealogy was listed specifically to identify the lineage of the 'Messiah'(anointed one)(Luke 3:23-38), through the line of Jesse's son, King David(Luke 3:31-32)(Isaiah 11:10) (1 Samuel 2:10)(Psalm 2:2), who would one day be sent by God to 'redeem mankind' from the sin of Adam( (MORE)

What is a genealogy record?

Genealogy is the study of a person's family history, so a genealogyrecord would be anything that relates to that study or providesinformation about a person. Genealogists use records like birthcertificates, wills, family Bibles, yearbooks, newspapers,headstones, and a variety of other sources. If it (MORE)

How does photography affect genealogy?

In ancient times (before digital photography) it took so long to take a photograph that people weren't able to procreate - often they had to sit perfectly still for several days while a photograph was taken. It was a commonly accepted 'rule of thumb' that the more photos one had taken, the fewer chi (MORE)

Which gospels contain a genealogy of Jesus?

A: There are two genealogies of Jesus, through his father Joseph and back through the male line - one in Matthew's Gospel and one in Luke's Gospel . Raymond E. Brown ( An Introduction to the New Testament ) says that there is little likelihood that the genealogy in either Matthew or Luke is (MORE)

Who in the Bible has two genealogies?

A: There are two genealogies of Jesus , through his father Joseph and back through the male line - one in Matthew's Gospel and one in Luke's Gospel . Raymond E. Brown ( An Introduction to the New Testament ) says that there is little likelihood that the genealogy in either Matthew or Luke (MORE)

Why is the genealogy of Jesus not in Mark's Gospel?

A: Have a look at the two genealogies that we do have for Jesus, in Matthew's Gospel and Luke's Gospel. Matthew says that Jacob was the father of Joseph (Matthew 1:16); Luke says that Heli was the father of Joseph (Luke 3:23). These are far from the only irreconcilable differences in the two a (MORE)

What is Barack Obama's genealogy?

I am not sure what you mean by his genealogy. He was born in Hawaii in 1961 to a biracial couple. His mom was a white college student who was originally from Kansas and later Seattle, Washington and then Honolulu, Hawaii; her name was Stanley Ann Dunham. She was named for her father, but didn't like (MORE)

What are the top genealogy sites?

There are a number of genealogy sites that are very good. The best known site is the Ancestry website but there are others such as Archives, Genealogy, Genes United and World Vital Records.