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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 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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September 2006 FREE Databases from Lorine
ALBUM #51 Bauder ZollerCivil War Era Bauder Zoller Family Photo Album with CDVs [Cartes de Visites], tintypes circa 1860s. Surnames: Walt, Walters, Bowen, Bowder, Zoller, Snyder, Bauder, Moyer, Fox, Smith, Lampman, Fake, Keller, Cary, Hornkey, Hess, WIles, Johnson, Johnston, Sneck, Miller Locations: New York, Rochester, Little Falls, Fort Plain, Minden, Cobbleskill, Syracuse, Amsterdam
ALBUM #52 CLARK NOURSECivil War Era CLARK NOURSE Family Album with CDVs (Cartes de Visites),tintypes circa 1860s. Surnames: Nourse, Tarbell, Clark, Clarke, Chandler, Huntington, Thomas, Miller, Fisk, Fiske, Mermod, Rathbun, Rathburn, Davis, Gallup, Mahon, Wahl, Wate, WOod, Holly, Sposk, McNeal, Martin, Burwell, Milton, Ladd Locations: St Louis Missouri, Washington DC, Providence Rhode Island, Switzerland, Ohio, Boston Massachusetts, Connecticut
ALBUM #53 MissouriCivil War Era Photo Album with CDVs (Cartes de Visites), circa 1860s. Surnames: Wilmont, Joyce, Tennant, Downey, Wood, Fowler, Fairchild, Larsen, McGuire, Durkett, Pluckett, Faby, Katy, Watson, Steeler Locations: St Louis Missouri
ALBUM #54 Missouri 2 (Riverboat captain William Blake included)Civil War Era Missouri Family Photo Albumwith CDVs (Cartes de Visites), circa 1860s. Surnames: Orr, Blake, Felterner, Van Court Locations: St Louis, Missouri
Album #55 COLE - CHANDLER in Massachusetts (Civil War Soldier included)Civil War Era COLE - CHANDLER in Massachusetts Family Photo Album with CDVs (Cartes de Visites), tintypes circa 1860s.
Surnames: Prince, Cole, Swift, Jones, Taylor, Morton, Chandler, Chase, Griffith, Bradford, Rogers, Berry, Cobb, Rickard, Fuller, Cowell, Sherman, Shaw, Waterman, Barrows, Vaughan, Leach, Randall, Colby
Locations: Taunton Massachusetts, Boston, Bridgewater, Plymouth, New York, Middleboro, Fall River, Providence Rhode Island, Brockton
There are some gorgeous photos in these albums, and I am offering a quality reproduction service so as to allow all descendants to have copies of their ancestors photos. The tintypes are one-of-a- kind as that was the nature of a tintype - it substituted an iron plate for glass and is one of a kind. No copies could be made from a tintype.
Ancestor Letters on Past VoicesThese Past Voices letters are so wonderful to read -- they speak of illness in the family, deaths, births, crops, weather, family and friends. I uploaded Canadian and American letters, but still have dozens to put online. I welcome submissions, just go to the submission form OR send directly to me in email at olivetreegenealogyATgmail.com (replace AT with @) All letters remain the property of the individual submitter.
Letter to James A. McChesney, Esq., Port Ontario, New York, from A. C. Dickinson, Smith Town, July 13, 1844; postmarked Peterboro, U. C., July 22, 1844, and Kingston, U. C., July 24, 1844
Letter from Albert Bertram Mudge during WW1 to his mother in Guelph Ontario, 1915
Letter to William Robertson McGillivray in Ontatio, Canada from his brother James McGillivray in Egilsay, Orkney Islands, Scotland, 1857
Letter to Alvah Bush, Albany New York, from her sister, M. M. Bush, Cooperstown, New York 1843
Letter to Mrs. S. C. Hoskins, Sheffield, Massachusetts, from her daughter Helen, Hampton, Virginia 1849
Letter to Mr. John H. and Anna Northrop, Hebron, Washington County, New York, from Lydia Wells, Lisbon 1829
Letter to Jacob Sharpless, care of Dr. Parrish, Philadelphia Pennsylvania from Blakey Sharpless, Weston
Letter from John McCoy, Captain of the Augusta Co. Militia during the Revolutionary War from Staunton, Augusta Co. Virginia to Thomas Jefferson, 1781 (yes, THE Thomas Jefferson!)
Letter to unidentified person from Simeon Baldwin, New Haven, Connecticut, January 4, 1808
Letter to Mrs. Mary Bradford and sister Sarah Jane, Northumberland, Pennsylvania, from Louisa, York Pennsylvania, 1839
Letter to Miss Charlotte H. Ladd, Boston Massachusetts, from her mother, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 1830
Letter to Miss Mary C. Cook, Great Falls, New Hampshire, from Fanny, Concord, New Hampshire, 1847
Mr. S. Newton Dexter, Whitesborough, New York, from Miss Mary Dexter, Providence, Rhode Island, 1823
Letter to Mr. Franklin Hoskins, Sheffield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, from Wm. Gleason, Jr., Moresville, New York 1840
Letter to Mr. Samuel V. King, China Grove, Georgetown, South Carolina, from M. L. Wilkins, Springfield, 1842
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