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October, November, December 1996 FREE Databases from Lorine

DECEMBER 1996

  • Dec. 31/96: Added more links and resource information to Palatines pages
  • Dec. 30/96: Updated Huguenot pages
  • Dec. 20/96: Added text files in zipped format to my ftp site containing submissions to the 17th Century Immigrants to New York Registry
  • Dec. 13/96: Added Abyssinia 1872 Liverpool to New York, to Ships' Passenger Lists -
  • Dec. 1396: Added list of resource books to Ships' Passenger Lists Index
  • Dec. 13/96: Updated Ontario Resources and Ontario Loyalist Pages
  • Dec. 10/96: Added zipped files for the Red River Expeditionary Force 1870-1877 Appendix II to my FTP site
  • Dec. 10/96: Updated My Palatine Surname Pages
  • Dec. 1/96: Added Christmas Pages ~ two beautiful pages of traditions, old favourites, parodies, greetings in various languages, and a diary excerpt from Christmas 1830

NOVEMBER

  • Nov. 27.96: Added Muster Roll of Captain James Shaw's Company of New Jersey Volunteers in the regiment commanded by Colonel Joseph Barton; Muster Roll of Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Barton's Company in the 1st Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers camp on Staten Island Aug 24 1778 ;Muster Roll of Captain John Cougle's Company in the 1st Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers Staten Island May 177? ;Muster Roll of Captain Silas Hopkin's Company in the Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers commanded by Colonel Joseph Barton ; Muster Roll of Captain Joseph Crowell's Company in the Fifth Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers commanded by Lieuteneant Colonel Joseph Barton near the New Blasing Star Aug 1777 and Muster Roll of Major Thomas Millidge's Company in the first Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Barton Staten Island Dec 30 1778
  • Nov. 21/96: Added ship's list for Gessner Bremen to NY 1872
  • Nov. 21/96: Added New Jersey Muster Rolls in the American Revolution
  • Nov. 19/96: The Olive Tree had its 100,000th visitor since March 5/96! Wow! That's just approximately 11,700 people per month stopping by!
  • Nov. 18/96: Added Advice for Newbies (in the form of a FAQ) and a Newsgroups FAQ
  • Nov. 10/96:Added 17th Century Immigrants to New York Registry to The Olive Tree - if you have ancestors who settled in New York between 1600 and 1699 you should drop by and submit their names - it's a great way to make contacts!
  • Nov. 1/96: Added Appendix III of the Red River Expeditionary Force 1870-1877 - over 1700 names of men from various militia units from Canada with full details of land and bounty warrants. Many men were residents of USA, Britain and Ireland

OCTOBER

  • Oct. 29/96: Updated Tips & Tools page
  • Oct. 29/96: Added a Guest Book to The Olive Tree - be sure to drop by and sign it - I enjoy reading your comments and finding out where everyone is from!
  • Oct. 25/96: Added 3 new Palatine ships to PA: The Harle, Sept. 1736; The Charming Nancy Nov. 1738; The Elizabeth Oct. 1738
  • Oct. 20/96: Updated Bright Ideas page
  • Oct. 15/96: Added Ships' Passenger lists England and Scotland to North Carolina:
    • The BRITON from London to Carolina, Dec. 1774
    • The MARY AND HANNAH from London to Carolina, Nov. 1774
    • The LOWTHER from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774
    • The JAMES from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774
    • The NEWMARKET from London to Carolina, Oct 1774
    • The ROCKINGHAM from Newcastle to Cape Fear, Oct. 1774
    • The ? CURLING? from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774
    • The WILLIAM from London to Carolina, August 1774
    • The CAROLINA from London to Carolina, May-August 1774
    • The PALLAS from London to Carolina, May 1774
    • The FRIENDSHIP from London to North Carolina, May 1774
    • The BRITON from London to Carolina, May 1774
    • The MAGNA CHARTA from London to Carolina, April 1774
    • The POLLY from Liverpool to South Carolina, March 1774
    • The UNION from London to North Carolina, Feb. 1774
    • The MARGARET AND MARY from London to North Carolina, Feb. 1774
    • The packet boat LE DE SPENCER from Falmouth to Carolina, Feb. 1774
    • The CAROLINA from London to Carolina, Jan 1774
    • The ULYSSES from Greenock to Wilmington, North Carolina, August 1774
    • The AJAX from Greenock to North Carolina, June 1775
    • The ULYSSES from Greenock to North Carolina, April-May 1775
    • The JACKIE OF GLASGOW from Stanraer to North Carolina, May 1775
    • The JAMAICA PACKET from Kirkaldy to Carolina, June 1775
  • Oct./96 :Added Appendix II of Red River Expeditionary Force 1870-1877 - over 1700 names of men from various militia units from Canada. Many men were residents of USA, Britain and Ireland


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