The Blogging from A to Z Challenge is to post everyday (except Sunday) in the month of April 2016 starting with the letter A and going all the way to Z. The theme I chose is Genealogy Tips. At the end I will give a related post from my blog Genealogy: Beyond the BMD.
Q is for Quo Progenitores (loosely translated, the ancestors)
Had to go back to my Latin days for that one, hahaha.
Specifically, the genealogical numbering system widely adopted for the numeration of ancestors on family trees and charts.
Are you using this numbering system in your records?
Thesaurus principum hac ætate in Europa viuentium : quo progenitores eorum, tàm paterni quàm materni, simul ac fratres & sorores, indè ab origine reconduntur, vsque ad annum à Christo nato 1590