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By Kathy Hanks
Lawrence Journal-World 

Lawrence couple share passion for genealogical research


September 6, 2019

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Over the years, genealogical research has advanced from tracking down records in libraries and government files to dropping in on ancestral homes via Google Earth — and one local couple has kept up with the technology in hopes of helping people find their family roots.

The couple, Richard and Alisa Branham, teach genealogy classes at the Watkins Museum of History, one of which focuses on digital travel and also offers resources for planning a physical trip back to one's homeland. Other classes focus on DNA research, the Lawrence Journal-World reports.

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