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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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Photo Album #8 Haskell Carpenter

Civil War Era Photo Album Haskell & Carpenter Families of New England

Surnames: Haskell, Carpenter, Hunt, Wakefield, Thayer, Danson, Garland, Foster, Aldrich, Angell, Whillock/Whibock, Hill, Hunt, Scott, Wilmarth Locations: Providence Rhode Island, Littleton New Hampshire, Woonsocket Rhode Island, Worcester Massachusetts, Boston Massachusetts, Uxbridge Massachusetts

HC-1. Abner Hasekll 1785-1872

Verso: Providence RI, S. B. Brown
HC-2. Thomas Carpenter
HC-3. Dorcas Haskell Carpenter
HC-4. George Harney? Henry? Hunt

Verso: G. H. Aldrich, Littleton NH
HC-5. Adelia Carpenter Hunt

Verso: Carlisle Photographer, 199 Westminster St.
HC-6. Ellen Carpenter Wakefield

Verso: J. B. Knowles, Woonsocket RI
HC-7. Jane Carpenter Thayer

Verso: J. B. Knowles, Woonsocket RI
HC-8. John T. Wakefield
HC-9. T. Jefferson Carpenter

Verso: Gilmore Bros, 1881 Worcester Massachusetts
HC-10. Emma Carpenter Danson?

Verso: W. E. Potter, Providence RI
 
HC-11. Emma Danson? Garland

Verso: W. B. Gleason & Son, Whitefield NH
HC-12. Martha Foster Carpenter
HC-13. Charles E. Carpenter

Verso: S. B. Brown, Providence RI
HC-14. Fayette W. Carpenter
HC-15. Sara M. Carpenter Aldrich
HC-16. Emma A. Carpenter

Verso: E. Goddard, Woonsocket RI
HC-17. Sara Carpenter Aldrich

Verso: Barber's Studio, Providence RI
HC-18 Jotham Carpenter
HC-19 Amanda haskell Carpenter
HC-20 Mary Haskell Angell

Verso: J. B. Knowles, Woonsocket RI
HC-21 John Jay Angell

Verso: Boston, Massachusetts
HC-22 Allen T/L Haskell son of Abner

Verso: S. B. Brown, Providence RI
HC-23 Charles Whillock?Whibock?

Verso: Uxbridge Massachusetts. Metcalfe's Woonsocket RI
HC-24 James E. Hill

Verso: Jones, Providence RI
HC-25 Mary Thayer Hill

Verso: H. Q. Morton, Providence RI
HC-26 Jane C. Thayer

Verso: S. B. Brown, Providence RI
HC-27 Ellen C. Wakefield

Verso: Uxbridge Massachusetts
HC-28 Adelia l. Carpenter

Verso: Jones, Providence RI
HC-29 Augusta Hunt

Verso: G. H. Aldrich, Littleton NH
HC-30 Abner Haskell son of Abner

Verso: Metcalf, Woonsocket RI
HC-31 Mary A. Scott Haskell
HC-32 Arnold Carpenter

Verso: H. G. Pearce, Providence RI (in pencil "366 Comb Hill")
HC-33 Thomas Carpenter
HC-34 Cora Hill

Verso: S. B. Brown, Providence RI
HC-35 Elwin Hill

Verso: S. B. Brown, Providence RI
HC-36 Abbie daughter of William Carpenter

Verso: H. G. Pearse, Providence RI
HC-37 Henry Carpenter son of Jotham

Verso: H. J. Reed, Worcester Massachusetts
HC-38 Edwin son of Charles Carpenter

Verso: Morton, Providence RI
HC-39 Charles son of Charles Carpenter

Verso: Morton, Providence RI
HC-40 Abigail Wilmarth Foster

Verso: S. B. Brown, Providence RI

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