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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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 - Added link for NATURALIZATIONS MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA 1854 to 1929
 - Adopted OntarioGenWeb Kent County and created a site for it
 - Superior Passenger List, Ireland to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1854
 - Edward Passenger List, Ireland to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1854
 - Garland Passenger List, Ireland to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1854
 - Libuina Passenger List, Ireland to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1854
 - Argentinus Passenger List, Ireland to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1854
 - Mary Ann Passenger List, First Journey Ireland to St. John, New Brunwsick 1854
 - Mary Ann Passenger List, Second Journey Ireland to St. John, New Brunwsick 1854
 - Mauritius Passenger List, Ireland to Quebec 1854
 -  Added pages for Ships Passenger Lists to Quebec
 -  Added pages for Ships Passenger Lists to St. John New Brunswick
 -  Added pages for Ships Passenger Lists to Halifax Nova Scotia
 - Uploaded 22 new ships passenger lists to Olive Tree Genealogy pages. These ships sailed from Ireland to America in 1803 - the ports of arrival were in Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Virginia. The ships are
  • American ship Eagle from Belfast Ireland to New York. 6 April 1803
  • Susan to New York from Dublin Ireland April 1803
  • Ship Cornelia of Portland, sworn at Londonderry 15 April 1803 to New York
  • Ship American sworn at Londonderry 9 Apr 1803 to New York
  • Ship Diana of New Bedford to New York sworn at Newry 18 Amy 1803
  • Ship Hopewell to New York sworn at Newry 6 June 1803
  • Ship Wilmington Belfast Ireland to New York 9 July 1803
  • Brig Sally to New York from Dublin Ireland 5 Aug. 1803
  • Brig George of New Bedford to New York 16 Aug. 1803
  • Ship Susan from Dublin Ireland to New York 6 Sept. 1803
  • Fortitude to New York from Cork Ireland 1 Sept. 1803
  • Ship American from Londonderry to New York 10 Sept. 1803
  • Brig George of New Bedford Dublin to New York 29 Aug. 1803
  • The Betsy to new York from Newry, 22 Sept. 1803
  • Ship Independance to New York from Londonderry, 31 Oct. 1803
  • Brig Lady Washington from Belfast Ireland to Charleston S. Carolina 22 Sept. 1803
  • Snow George to Philadelphia from Belfast Ireland 22 Sept 1803
  • Ship Strafford to Philadelphia from Londonderry 14 May 1803
  • Ship Mohawk from Londonderry to Philadelphia 23 April 1803
  • Ship Edward from Belfast Ireland to Philadelphia 19 Apr 1803
  • Ship Ardent for Baltimore Maryland from Londonerry 23 April 1803
  • Ship Serpent for Baltimore Maryland from Londonerry 30 April 1803
  • Ship Venus from Dublin Ireland to Norfolk Virginia 14 Nov. 1803

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