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
JOIN Free Olive Tree Genealogy Newsletter. Be the first to know of genealogy events. Find out when new genealogy databases are put online. Get tips for finding your elusive brick-wall ancestor
Share with other genealogists! Tweet this page!
Follow Olive Tree Genealogy on Google+
|Search Olive Tree Genealogy Family of Websites
POOR LAW UNION IMMIGRANTS TO CANADA
Poor Law Union Emigrants 1848
Folios 142-144. Return from Hanslope parish in the Newport Pagnell Union to the Poor Law Board in response to a letter from the Edwin Chadwick, Secretary to Poor Law Board to churchwardens and overseers Hanslope Parish, Newport Pagnell Poor Law Union, listing those persons assisted by the guardians to emigrate during 1847. The following people emigrated to Canada Montreal, leaving on 4 July 1847.
entered in the emigration book, 19 May 1847.
(Paper Number: 11425/1848. Paper Number: 14455/1848.
Date 18 Apr 1848
Catalogue reference MH 12/490/88)
- Matthew Lane, aged 32.
- William Lane, aged 9.
- Henry Lane, aged 4.
- James Lane, aged 1.
- Charlotte Lane, wife, aged 30.
- Mary Ann Lane, aged 7.
See list of names on the ship Ellen sailing from Southampton to Quebec and Montreal Canada in July 1847 Also see
See Emigrants of 1847
Folios 565-566. Letter from Charles Bond, Clerk to the Guardians of the Axminster Poor Law Union, to the Poor Law Board, enclosing a list and description of those wishing to emigrate from Chardstock to the British colonies, Canada and Upper Canada:
( Paper Number: 33837/1848. See also Paper Number: 28090/1848. Poor Law Union Number 76. Counties: Devon and Dorset.
Date 12 Dec 1848
Catalogue reference MH 12/2099/310 )
- Malachi Apsly, Labourer
- Charlotte Apsly,
- John Apsly,
- James Apsly,
- Anna Apsly,
- Mary Apsly,
- Phebe Apsly
- Henry Vincent, Labourer and Blacksmith
- Alice Vincent,
- Thomas Vincent,
- Richard Vincent,
- Ellen Vincent,
- Fanny Vincent
- Amelia Vincent,
Olive Tree Genealogy Research Ancestry.com shows the Apsley family from Chardstock sailing into New York from Bristol England on board Cosmo on 20 Sep 1849 so something must have affected their plans to emigrate to Canada.