Monday, 8 April 2013

April A to Z Challenge - G is for Genealogy


genealogy noun (plural genealogies)
  • a line of descent traced continuously from an ancestor
  • [mass noun] the study and tracing of lines of descent
Origin: Middle English: via Old French and late Latin from Greek genealogia, from genea 'race, generation' + -logia.

Genealogy is an obsession, a passion, and an excellent excuse not to clean the house. As one product on Genealogy Gifts via cafepress.com says:


This is a post for the April A-Z Challenge. This Challenge will cover each letter of the alphabet, one per day (except Sundays) for the month of April. I didn't register my blog with the organisers, but I'm going to follow along anyway. You can too! See www.a-zchallenge.com for more information.