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Adelaide Teenagers Use Technology to Research Family Trees

13-year-old Jareson Barnes didn’t think he’d be able to find new information about any of his ancestors when he and some other teenagers in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints started doing family history research earlier this year.

“My grandmothers are both keen family historians who’ve been doing research for a long time,” he says, “so my mum and I were not sure we would find even one un-researched ancestor.”

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