What is "ancestery"? Is it simply the search for your ancestors, your family tree and your family history? Or is it something more? I recently noticed that the search term "ancestery" gets quite a bit of traffic on google. My first guess is that it is simply a misspelling or a typo of the word "ancestry".
It could be. But in my latest family tree history kick, I'm working on becoming a more disciplined and reliable genealogist through my commitment to create source-full profiles of my ancestors at WikiTree.com, so when I think of "ancestery" I also think of the term "mastery". As in, I now strive for "mastery" in my ancestry research. Ancestor mastery = ancestery. Cute, I know, but that's how I roll.