GeneaJourney or Genea-Journey

1. Geneajourney or Genea-Journey is a term used by genealogists when they take a research trip, visit ancestral lands or travel to a genealogy conference or event. In a blog post in 2012 MyHeritage described  it thus:

A genea-journey could describe a journey to research your family history and discover new relatives and information about them, or it could be an actual physical trip to the places your ancestors lived.

Whether it is a journey confined to books, archives, online websites or family interviews, or a journey “home,” the goal is the same: Learning more about your family.

2. Geneajourney is the title of a family website by an unnamed person.

3. Geneajourneys is the title of a genealogy blog written by Patricia (Pat) Desmond Biallas.

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