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May 2008 FREE Databases from Lorine
Added Marriages in St. Joseph's Parish Register for Kingsbridge, Ashfield Township, Huron County to Huron County GenWeb site I host
Added the following ancestor letters to Past Voices: Letters Home
* Letter dated February 14, 1918 from James William Early of Green Bay, Wisconsin to his brother, Captain Edward James Early, World War I
* Letter from Helen C. "Ella" Early, born October 13, 1896 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, to her brother Edward James Early, World War I and her sister Margaret Mary C. Early
* Letter from Jessica Early (nee Jessica Agnes O'Keefe, born Oconto Wisconsin, daughter of Dr. Patrick J. O'Keefe and Elizabeth Hoeffel) to her husband James Edward Early, World War I 1917 Oconto Wisconsin
* Letter from Jessica Early to her husband James Edward Early, World War I 1918
* Letter from Jessica Early to her husband James Edward Early, World War I August 1918. Washington D.C.
* Letter of about July 15, 1918 Letter from Jessica Early to her husband James Edward Early, World War I in Washington, D.C.
* Letter of about July 15, 1918 Washington,DC, from Jessica Early to her husband James Edward Early, World War I
- * Letter from Jessica Early to her husband James Edward Early, World War I
* Letter from Jessica Early to her husband James Edward Early, World War I
* WW 1 Letter to James Edward Early, World War I from Walker, February 3, 1918
* Memo from James Edward Early, World War I to Major Phillips January 1919
* Letter of January 21, 1845 from Robert N. Slack in Louisville Kentucky to his brother James Brown Slack
* Letter from Galveston Texas 1846 from Robert N. Slack to his brother James Brown Slack, Bardstown Kentucky
* Letter from Robert N. Slack to his brother James B. Slack, Wharton Texas, May 15, 1848
* Letter from Galveston Texas September 16, 1848 from Robert N. Slack to his brother James Brown Slack, Bardstown Kentucky
* Letter from Houston Texas March 11, 1849 from Robert N. Slack to his brother James Brown Slack, Bardstown Kentucky
* Letter from Robert N. Slack to his brother James from Shasta California, September 15, 1852
* Death Notice & Obituary of Dr. Robert N. Slack age 36, who died October 21, 1857, at McMurtry's Ferry. * 1847 Family Tree Letter to Allen C. Tucker in Marshall Co. Tennessee from B. N. Bugg, his brother-in-law, and wife Annis Tucker Bugg in Johnson City, Arkansas
* Letter of February 1969 from William Xavier Andrews in Vietnam about the Tet Offensive Saturday night February 22, 1969
* Family Tree Letter from Dr. Gerald Norton Hoeffel to Mrs. Hall 1953
Added Records of Baptisms of the Reformed Church at Machackemeck (Deerpark), Orange County New York Introduction to Records | August 1716-July 1742 | July 1742-July 1745 | August 1745-June 1747 | June 1747-March 1749 | April 1749-November 1750.
Updated Return of Emigrants Landed at the Port of Kingston, Ontario Canada 1861-1882 and added the following years: June 1863 | June 1863-Aug. 1863 | Aug 1863-Sept. 1863 | Oct 1863-Jan. 1864 | Jan 1864 . To date we have Oct. 1861-Jan. 1864 online for this Project. The column headings for each individual which are transcribed and online are Date of Landing; Name of Emigrant or Head of Family; From what Country; Via what Seaport Town; Destination; Condition, general appearnace, health; No. of male adults; No. of Female adults; No. under 6 years; No. over 6 years and under 12 The column headings in the original ledgers which are not transcribed are in what Township Employed as Servants; In what Township settled, or bought land; Amount of passage tickets issued; Amount of provisions; Amount of Medical aid; amount of Capital brought by them; General Remarks.
Added CLRI request form to fill out and mail for lookups in the Ontario Land Records Index.
Added more information to Civil War Era Photo Albums
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