And then there are the short chapters, genealogical vignettes set in 1857, 1869, and 1630.
Locating records of Russian Jews is among the most difficult challenges in genealogical research.
No matter how far back we go, and in every branch of her genealogical tree, there is artistic heredity to be found.
An arboreal animal which makes itself at home in genealogical trees.
All these facts were shown to follow on the natural system being a genealogical system.
Thus, the natural system is genealogical in its arrangement, like a pedigree.
I doubted her power of getting through a genealogical chapter, with any number of coughs.
This is the first phylogeny or genealogical tree ever published.
Many of his unpublished MSS., genealogical and otherwise, are still extant.
The reader will be able to continue this genealogical tree for himself.
early 14c., "line of descent, pedigree, descent," from Old French genealogie (12c.), from Late Latin genealogia "tracing of a family," from Greek genealogia, from genea "generation, descent" (see genus) + -logia (see -logy). An Old English word for it was folctalu, literally "folk tale." Meaning "study of family trees" is from 1768.
genealogy ge·ne·al·o·gy (jē'nē-ŏl'ə-jē, -āl'-, jěn'ē-)
A record or table of the descent of a person, family, or group from an ancestor or ancestors; a family tree.
The study or investigation of ancestry and family histories.