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  • noun

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a written record of ancestry

one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

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17) Sheba in the genealogies is associated with both Cush (Nubia; 1 Chr 1:9) and Hagar, Abraham's Egyptian concubine (1 Chr 1:32).
Lineages and genealogies entered Fujian with Han Chinese migrants in the tenth century.
Thirty-two of the researchers reported that they had altered the published genealogies in order to protect families.
The previously released 42 titles on Internet Family Archives include family genealogies, international/U.
Before such adjustments, the genealogies are on the whole complete enough and reliable enough to document general trends.
You Belong Here' is Motto of New Web Site That Provides Unrivaled Tools and Resources for Millions of People Who Are Researching and Sharing Their Genealogies Online.
The previously released 35 titles on Internet Family Archives include family genealogies (including Mayflower Genealogies), international/U.
The most personal dedications aimed at the poem's primary patrons, the mother-daughter pairs of Catherine Willoughby (Duchess of Suffolk) and Susan Bertie (Countess Dowager of Kent), as well as Margaret (Countess of Cumberland) and Anne (Countess of Dorset), suggest the difficulties and opportunities presented by the embedding of these women's private histories and genealogies within the poet's larger apocalyptic genealogy of women, at the same time that she is making a bid for patronage.
For more than five years, the foundation has collected genetic samples along with correlated genealogies from around the world.
Pennsylvania Genealogies #1, pre-1600 to 1900s Family Histories
This is a big step for people exploring their genealogies because they are no longer limited to paternal line ancestry searches of the Y-chromosome database," said Scott Woodward, executive director of SMGF.