Searching through records in dark attics and basements and wandering through old cemeteries for a trace of an elusive ancestor can be challenging. A good laugh now and then always helps. Here are a few of my favorites.
- Genealogist caught trying to chop down family tree!
- Genealogists never die they just haunt cemeteries.
- Genealogists: People helping people…..that’s what it’s all about!
- Genealogy – a search for the greatest treasures, our ancestors.
- GENEALOGY is my hobby. I collect ancestors & descendants.
- Genealogy is not a hobby, it’s a disease!
- I think that I shall never see a completed Genealogy!
- I trace family history so I will know whom to blame.
- Life, liberty and the right to know who your ancestors are.
- My life has become one large Gedcom!!
- Old Genealogists never die. They just haunt Archives.
- What do you mean my Birth Certificate expired?
- When you search for ancestors, you find great friends!
- With MY luck, my Family Tree has Root Rot!
- Trees without roots fall over.
- Genealogy: Where you confuse the dead and irritate the living.
- I’m not stuck, I’m Ancestrally challenged.
- It’s hard to be humble with ancestors like mine
- And last but not least–May all your family trees branch toward the stars!
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