A genealogist is someone who knows that all grandparents are great grandparents!
A genealogist loves living in the past lane.
Where there is a will, you’ll find a genealogist!
Eventually, all genealogists come to their census.
All good things arrive unto them that wait and don’t die in the meantime. – Mark Twain
After 30 days, unclaimed ancestors will be discarded or claimed by another family.
If your family members won’t talk about a particular relative, a seasoned genealogist knows they are keeping mum about something very interesting.
Genealogy is sometimes about proving that bad family traits came from the other side of the tree!
If at first you don’t succeed, search, search again. That is why we call it re-search.
Housework avoidance strategy: Genealogy!
A home with everything in its place, and a place for everything, means you’re not well suited for genealogy!
Family tree research is one giant step backwards and one giant step forward—usually at the same time.
Definition of mythology: genealogy without documentation.
Genealogists never fade away; they just lose their roots.
If you shake your family tree, watch for the nuts to fall.
Genealogy: In the end, it’s all relative.
There’s a fine line between a packrat and a serious family historian.
Genealogy is all about chasing your own tale!