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Genealogist enjoys helping families explore heritage

Lisa Dougherty, shown here speaking to a group of seniors, will be helping people dig into their genealogy over the next four Wednesday nights at the Irish-American Heritage Museum in Albany. (Courtesy of Lisa Dougherty)
Lisa Dougherty, shown here speaking to a group of seniors, will be helping people dig into their genealogy over the next four Wednesday nights at the Irish-American Heritage Museum in Albany. (Courtesy of Lisa Dougherty)
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Sometimes, digging up your family history can be a long and lonely vigil with varying results. And no matter what people learn, they’re usually happy that they put in the work. That’s been the experience of professional genealogist Lisa Dougherty, who says that more often than not, people are intrigued and fascinated by what they unearth about the family tree. Over the next three Wednesday nights, she will be helping people, specifically Irish-Americans, delve into ...


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