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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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Dating back to the colonial era, New York City assumed responsibility for its citizens who were destitute, sick, homeless, or otherwise unable to care for themselves. The city maintained an almshouse, various hospitals, and a workhouse on Blackwell's Island (now called Roosevelt Island) for the poor. Read more about NYC Almshouse....

Source: Alms House Admission Foreigners & Nativity Records ( New York City, NY) Item 4 LDS Film 1304647 Bond Registers 1855-1858. Original records in the Municipal Archives, New York, New York

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Surnames P & Q

Date of Admission Name Age Nativity Time of Arrival Port Sailed From Port Arrived At Ship Captain Married or Single Who Can Identify Them How Many Times on The Island Remarks
1855 Sept 1 Powles, Ernest 39 Germany Dec. 1851 Bremen New Orleans don't know don't know single don't know First time Discharged Feb. 1856
1857 Oct. 27 Pease, John 48 England June '56 Plymouth Quebec Victoria[n?] [illegible] married don't know First time Discharged Feb. 4 1858
1858 Jan 26 Peter, Christian 35 Germany 3 years Havre Philadelphia blank blank blank don't know First time blank
1858 Oct. 4 Petty, John 25 England Sept. 1855 Liverpool St. Johns John Cart[??] [illegible] single don't know First time blank
1856 Jan. 22 Quilton, Jeffery 23 Ireland Sept. 23 1853 Liverpool Boston Chariot of Fame Knowles single don't know First time Discharged Jan. 29 1855
1856 Jan. 31 Quilton, Jeffery 23 Ireland Sept. 23 1853 Liverpool Boston Chariot of Fame   single don't know Second Time Discharged Feb. 4 1855

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* 1830-1920 New York, Census of Inmates in Almshouses and Poorhouses 1830-1920 [offsite]

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