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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April, May June 1997 FREE Databases from Lorine
- Added War of 1812 First Muster Roll Corps Of Canadian Volunteers 18 July 1813 - 31 August 1813 >
- Added War of 1812 Schedule of Names Who Have Volunteered Under Major Willcocks, 18 July 1813
- Added War of 1812 Men Commanded by Lt. Col. J. Willcocks For October 1813-June 1814
- Added War of 1812 Roll Of Men Belonging To The Corps Of Canadian Volunteers In The Service Of The United States Under The Command Of Col. Jos. Willcocks ~ These Men Were Ordered To Service In Different Detachments Taken At Batavia As Of June 1815
- Added War of 1812 List of Non-Combatant Prisoners Of War From Newark
- Added War of 1812 List Of Names Of Those With Property Losses, Newark, 10 December 1813
- Added War of 1812 List of names of those who joined the enemy (American side)
- Added a list for 142 immigrants to Nova Scotia on various ships 1748-1749
- Added The St. Andrew 1749 from the Palatinate Germany
- Added The Sally 1752; The Rotterdam 1752; The Betty 1752; The Speedwell 1752 to ships to Nova Scotia
- Added The Pennsylvania Merchant 1733 from the Palatinate Germany
- Added The Richard & Elizabeth 1733 from the Palatinate
Added APOLROD page; International Internet Genealogical Society Page and other files ~ too numerous to list!
Sorry but this month was over before I could list the new items. More ships' lists were added, but please check the general index and the indexes provided for each area of interest. The OLIVE TREE Genealogy Homepage began on Feb. 28, 1996. As The Olive Tree grows, my work load naturally increases. I create and maintain the page by myself, and am finding it difficult to keep the "What's New" page up to date as well as research, gather data, transcribe, code and upload it to my pages. I may therefore have to put the "What's New" page on hold ~ this means you should check the general index to all files on The Olive Tree to find out what is available. Thanks!
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