Locally, Esters is well-known as a genealogy expert, and I'd heard about her from a Kosciusko librarian.
Likely, it has to do with history of genealogy or mythology or all of the above.
Yo-Yo had never heard of Ji Cang or any of the ancestors whose lives are chronicled in the genealogy.
There is only one problem: In historical terms, this genealogy itself makes no sense.
Because the doctors do know who the person is; the doctors are conducting the genealogy.
In so far as it was conscious, it was defiantly independent of genealogy.
Lauzanne knew what had come to him of genealogy, not in his mind so much as in his muscles.
The genealogy of Matthew possesses peculiar points of interest to a would-be believer.
And the genealogy of this hypothesis is as high as that of the other is low.
Is it so, Mistress Ridd, according to your theory of genealogy?'
early 14c., "line of descent, pedigree, descent," from Old French genealogie (12c.), from Late Latin genealogia "tracing of a family," from Greek genealogia, from genea "generation, descent" (see genus) + -logia (see -logy). An Old English word for it was folctalu, literally "folk tale." Meaning "study of family trees" is from 1768.
genealogy ge·ne·al·o·gy (jē'nē-ŏl'ə-jē, -āl'-, jěn'ē-)
A record or table of the descent of a person, family, or group from an ancestor or ancestors; a family tree.
The study or investigation of ancestry and family histories.