Ahnentafal: Sound produced by a sudden sneeze only partially covered by the crook of an elbow. Generally caused by dusty old books.
Plane Tree : Just the facts – no stories, photos or embellishments.
I am posting this definition that I found on Wikipedia.
“In genealogy, a brick wall is a question for which a genealogist has not been able to formulate a satisfactory answer based on the evidence thus far collected.” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cluster_genealogy)
A connection on Google+ today was talking about FAG. For the life of me I didn’t know what FAG was so I asked for clarification.
Thanks to my Genimate, Tessa Keough, for chipping in and telling me that FAG is an acronym for FindaGrave
CopyRights: The mistaken belief that one has the right to freely copy anything that is published anywhere in any medium.
There are many Cousin Bait success stories out on the internet. There are also several definitions.
My genimate from Texas, Amy Coffin, says that with Cousin Bait “you’re fishing for cousins so you can compare information for your respective family trees.”
In her post here she describes how she Reeled in a Big One.
Tree Rage – extreme anger brought on by finding your ancestors have been wrongly added to someone else’s tree