Ancestry search client Gail Burden, left, of Raleigh, reacts when she sees the 1932 Goldsboro, NC marriage certificate of her grandparents and the signatures of her great-grandparents on the certificate shown to her by Alonzo Felder, My Roots Foundation founder, during a meeting at Duke University Medical Center October 14. Felder, 60, a Duke University staffer for 31 years has been a family history researcher for 15 years emphasizing African-American genealogies.
Ancestry search client Gail Burden, left, of Raleigh, reacts when she sees the 1932 Goldsboro, NC marriage certificate of her grandparents and the signatures of her great-grandparents on the certificate shown to her by Alonzo Felder, My Roots Foundation founder, during a meeting at Duke University Medical Center October 14. Felder, 60, a Duke University staffer for 31 years has been a family history researcher for 15 years emphasizing African-American genealogies. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Ancestry search client Gail Burden, left, of Raleigh, reacts when she sees the 1932 Goldsboro, NC marriage certificate of her grandparents and the signatures of her great-grandparents on the certificate shown to her by Alonzo Felder, My Roots Foundation founder, during a meeting at Duke University Medical Center October 14. Felder, 60, a Duke University staffer for 31 years has been a family history researcher for 15 years emphasizing African-American genealogies. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com