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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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 - Aller, sailing from Bremen Germany via Southhampton to New York on 7 July 1888 (21 images of the passenger list plus a transcript of the names)
 - SS Montrose, from Liverpool arrived 19 June 1926 at Quebec - page 67 (Sheet 23)
 - S. S. Melita Liverpool to Quebec carrying soldiers dependents in 1919
 - Letter from Elizabeth Baggott, Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, to Mrs. Eliza Thornton, Alamucha P. O., Lauderdale County, Mississippi, March 14, 1847
 -  Letter to Miss Louise Lovejoy, Care of C. D. Ferries, Esq., Buffalo, New York, from “Gustaf,” New York, January 20, 1849
 - Letter from Mary P. Parsons, Goshen, Massachusetts, to her cousin Miss Julia A. Joy, Care of C. C. Grugan, No. 140 Chesnut Str., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 20, 1843
 - Letter from Henry T. Spencer, Albany, New York, to Mr. George S. Riley, Rochester, Monroe County, New York, April 6, 1849
 - Letter to Samuel Cox, Jr., Theological Seminary, Chelsea Square, New York, from his mother, A. M. Cox, April 12, 1847; postmarked Philadelphia [?], Pennsylvania, April 12
 - Letter to Mrs. Amey French, care of Calvin French, Esq., Proctorsville, Vermont, from “Amey,” Providence, Rhode Island, February 11, 1848
 - Letter to D. S. Edwards, M. D., Surgeon U. S. S. North Carolina, New York, from his brother, H. Edwards, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 20, 1845
 - Letter from J. M. Earle, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to his wife Sarah H. (Hussey) Earle, Care of J. M. Earle, Worcester, Massachusetts, May 28, 1846
 - Letter to Arthur G. Hatch Esq., American Exchange, Paris, France, from “Perce” – Moore, Low & Sanford, Attorneys and Counsellors, New York, July 14, 1884
 - Letter from Mary Hogg, New York, to Miss Euphemia Taylor, Norwalk, Connecticut, February 7, 1844
 - Letter to Mrs. B. C. Attwood, Bangor, Maine, from her brother, Benjamin Gilbert, Boston, Massachusetts, July 7, 1842
 - Letter to Mr. Jas. B. E. Daugherty, No. 140/2 High St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from his brother, M. Jos. Daugherty, Lancaster, Ohio, October 24, 1842
 - Letter to Mrs. Henry W. “Martha” Taylor, Care of C. C. Trowbridge, Esqr., Detroit, Michigan, from her father, M. O. Masters, Montgomery, Alabama, December 20 and 24, 1840
 - John King, Ledyard, Cayuga County, New York, to Thomas B. Gould, Newport, Rhode Island, February 5, 1855
 - Letter to Mr. A. J. [L. J.?] Millard, Port Clinton, Ottawa County, Ohio, from W. A. Thomson, Concord, Pennsylvania October 19, 1845
 - Letter to Mrs. Julia E. Terry, Care of Ward Woodbridge, Esq., Hartford, Connecticut, from her husband, Charles A. Terry, Cleveland, Ohio, August 17, 1842
 - Declarations of Intent, New York 1827-1895, Justice's Court, Albany, New York, Index to Book 4, 5 & 6 (1837-1843) (Surnames A, C online so far)
 - Declarations of Intent, New York 1827-1895, Justice's Court, Albany, New York, Index to Book 7 & 8 (1843-1850) (Surnames V, W, Y, Z online so far)
 - Declarations of Intent, New York 1827-1895, Justice's Court, Albany, New York, Index to Books 9-12 (1850-1856) (Surnames A, B online so far)
 -  Ship Count de Toulouse - La Rochelle France to Louisiana 15 Nov. 1718
 -  Ship Le Philippe - La Rochelle France to Louisiana 25 Jan. 1719
 -  Ship Le St. Louis (The St. Louis) - La Rochelle France to Louisiana 21 March 1719
 -  Ship The Marie - La Rochelle France to Louisiana 28 May 1719
 -  Ship The Union - La Rochelle France to Louisiana 28 May 1719
 -  Ship Les Deux Freres (Two Brothers) - La Rochelle France to Louisiana 19 Aug. 1719
 -  Ship Le Marechal d'Estrees - La Rochelle France to Lousiana 19 Aug. 1719
 -  Ship Le Duc de Noailles - La Rochelle France to Lousiana 16 Sept. 1719
 -  Ship La Duchesse de Noailles - From Louisiana to La Rochelle France (no date)
 - Added links to online searchable Washington State Naturalization Records

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