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Janie Riley is an avid genealogist with a habit of stumbling on to dead bodies. She and her husband head to Salt Lake City Utah to research Janie's elusive 4th great-grandmother. But her search into the past leads her to a dark secret. Can she solve the mysteries of the past and the present before disaster strikes? Available now on Amazon.com and the CreateSpace eStore
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Death Finds a Way: A Janie Riley Mystery
by Lorine McGinnis Schulze

Janie Riley is an avid genealogist with a habit of stumbling on to dead bodies. She and her husband head to Salt Lake City Utah to research Janie's elusive 4th great-grandmother. But her search into the past leads her to a dark secret. Can she solve the mysteries of the past and the present before disaster strikes? Available now on Amazon.com and Amazon.ca

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March 2003 FREE Databases from Lorine

Ship Hamburgh 11 Oct 1785 to PA [New 19 March 2003]
Ship Betsy Amsterdam to PA 15 Oct 1785 [New 19 March 2003]
Ship Lydia Amsterdam to PA 29 Oct 1785 [New 19 March 2003]
Ship Candide Amsterdam to PA 19 Aug 1786 [New 19 March 2003]
Ship Patsey Rutledge Germany to PA with Palatines 29 Aug. 1785 [New 19 March 2003]
Ship Favourite Germany to PA with Palatines 5 Sep 1785 [New 19 March 2003]
Ship London Packet Germany to PA with Palatines 4 Oct 1785 [New 19 March 2003]
Started mailing list CAN-Naturalizations for the discussion and sharing of information regarding naturalization records in Canada and the best ways to find ancestors in these records. [New 16 March 2003]
Started mailing list USA-Naturalizations (Scroll down to bottom of page once it loads) for the discussion and sharing of information regarding naturalization records in the United States and the best ways to find ancestors in these records. [New 16 March 2003]
Ship Blauwe Duiff (Blue Dove) 1645 Sept. 9 Texel Holland to New York [New 14 March 2003]
Ship George Canning Hamburg Germany to New York, 25 Nov. 1852 (325 passenger names) [New 12 March 2003]
Alms House Admission Foreigners & Nativity Records with Ships Names 1855-1858 (New York City, NY) [Updated 12 March 2003]
NY City Almshouse 1826 (180 individuals from various locations and the ships they arrived on) [New 6 March 2003]
NY City Almshouse 1827 (270 individuals from various locations and the ships they arrived on) [New 6 March 2003]
Ship Ariel 1851 Jan. 3 Sierra Leona to New York (carried American passengers) [New 9 March 2003]
Ship Isla de Cuba 1851 Jan. 3 Havana Cuba to New York [New 9 March 2003]
Ship Harriet 1851 Feb 24 Sabinilla to New York (carried American passengers) [New 9 March 2003]
Ship General Briggs 1851 Feb 24 Me…? to New York (I can't read the port of departure, but this ship carried German passengers) [New 9 March 2003]
Ship John French 1851 Feb 24 Sabinilla to New York (carried American passengers) [New 9 March 2003]
Ship London 1851 April London to New York (carried a variety of passengers) [New 9 March 2003]
Ship Ivanhoe 1851 Jan. 2 Liverpool to New York (carried mostly Irish, some English passengers) [New 9 March 2003]
Index of 6,000 affidavits Enemy Aliens Kansas Judicial District, 1917-1921 [New 1 March 2003]
Ship Richard Cobden 8 Sept 1848 Liverpool to New York with Irish passengers [New 1 March 2003]
Ship Leander 1857 to Quebec with Irish passengers [New 1 March 2003]
Ship Barbara 1847 to Philadelphia PA with Irish passengers [New 1 March 2003]
Ship Assyria 20 May 1871 from Glasgow Scotland to NY (over 500 names on this one!) [New 1 March 2003]
Emigrants from England to USA 1773-1776 [New 1 March 2003]

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