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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 Amazon.ca

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List of Officers, Seamen and Marines of His Majesty's Fleet on Lake Ontario, killed and wounded at Oswego on 6 May 1814

Source: The Publications of the Champlain Society: Select British Documents of the Canadian War of 1812, Volume III, Part I. Toronto. The Champlain Society. 1926

Ship Prince Regent

Killed: Abel John, seaman

Wounded: GAG Griffin, Act. Lt; Thoms. Harrington, seaman (severely); Jas. Heagsham, seaman (severely)

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Killed: John McKenzie, seaman

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Killed: Thomas Gorman, seaman

Wounded: Stephen Popham, Capt; Jas. Richardson, Master (severely - lost an arm); John Baxter; Thos. Gillingham; Joseph Padds;John Oscar

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Killed: Willm. Holtaway; Serjt. Green; Joseph Brown, private; Corl. Battle; Serjt. Kain; Thos. Hooper, private;

Wounded: John Hewit, Lt; Willm. Meredith, private; James Lee, do; I. Calahon, do; Thos. Greenlore, do; Saml. Wright, do; John Newburgh, do; Thos. Russell, do; Peter Keener, do; John Bay, Corpl; John Blundell, Serjt; John Tacked, Corpl; John Caveney, Private; Edward Fell, do; William Wencle, do; Thos Making, do; John Webber, do; John Gillingham, do; Wililam Trout do; Isaac Taylor, do; John Baxter, do; John Jackson, do; Francis marlow, do; Matthew Hoosey, do; Phillip Ridout, do; Thos. Beckford, do; John Smith, do;

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