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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 the CreateSpace eStore
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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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[Photo Album #7 Derr] Civil War Era Derr Family Photo Album

Surnames: Derr, Prehn, Bartholomew, Stahl, Bushnell, Austen, Ward, Beavis, Brownlee, Garman, Gray, Green, Carter, Furst, Newcomb, Mott, Beck, Field, Wilson

Locations: Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania
Inscription Mr. & Mrs. R. Derr, Ney Defiance Co. Ohio

50 CDVs (Cartes de Visites), daguerotypes & tintypes, circa 1855-1870. All identified. Some are neighbors of the Derr family
[Photo Album #14 Hanchette] Civil War Era Photo Album of Mrs. W. D. Hanchette CDVs & tintypes

Surnames: Hanchette, Bissell, Sigmund, Warren, Hirradale?, Doolittle, Knapp, Graham, Cottrell, Harding:

Locations: Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Inscription inside front cover "Mrs. W. D. Hanchette" 20 tintypes, 7 photos identified by name
[Photo Album #15 Hoover] Civil War Era Photo Album Hoover family of Pennsylvania

Surnames: Hoover, Herr, Groff, Souders

Locations: Lancaster Pennsylvania
24 cdvs Civil War era, 8 identified by name
[Photo Album #23 A Quaker Family - Maulsby Edwards]Maulsby Edwards Family Photo Album

Surnames: Maulsby, Edwards, Huddle, Love, Coates, Davis, Babcock, Hillman, Culin, Ford, Yarrow, Sackett

Locations: Pennsylvania, New Jersey
44 identified photos. 13 Cabinet Cards (1880-1890), 25 CDVs (1860-1880), 1 tintype and the remainder miscellaneous
[Photo Album #27 Clapsaddle] Civil War Era Clapsaddle Family Photo Album

Surnames: Clapsaddle, Gilbert, Socks, Slegel, Schlegel, Switzer, Foekler, Tawney, Gemperlen, Gemperling, Wilson, Gemberling,

Locations: Pennsylvania, Gettysburg PA, Green Castle Indiana, York Pennsylvania, Hanover Pennsylvania, Selinsgrove Pennsylvania
CDVs (Cartes de Visites), circa 1860 & 1870s
[Photo Album #31 Hutton Family] Civil War Era Hutton Family Photo Album

Surnames: Hutton, Tennis, Patters, Roberts, Conner, Couner, Brown, Vickers, Walker, Gans, Matthews, Ballard, Dare, Hadley, Downing, Stephens, Hibbard, Nixon, WIlcox, Tullige, Tullidge

Locations: Indiana, New York, Pennsylvania
30 CDVs (Cartes de Visites) & tintypes, circa 1860 to 1870. 29 photos identifed by name. Civil War Soldier
[Photo Album #32 Cardiff Harrold Family] Civil War Era Cardiff Harrold Family Photo Album

Surnames: Cardiff, Harrold, Griffith, Ransomer, Tuggie, Smalley, Stoops, Robison, Williams, Hammer, Nixon, Harrold, Drue, Carnes, Reed, Hall, Shere

Locations: Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania, Italy, Connecticut
35 CDVs (Cartes de Visites) & tintypes, circa 1860 & 1870s. 30 identified by name. Civil War Soldier
[Photo Album #36 Amanda Pike Family] Amanda Pike Family Photo Album

Surnames: Pike, Smith, James, Johnes, Haycock, Gros, Gross

Locations: New Jersey, Pennsylvania
7 identified CDVs, 2 funeral cards
[Photo Album #39 Pinkney, Sturtevant & Philetus Sawyer Family] Civil War Era Pinkney, Sturtevant & Philetus Sawye Family Photo Album

Surnames: Sawyer, Sturtevant, Pinkney, Hadley, Ellwsworth, Perkins, Flynn, Marden, Perkins, Falder, McDonald, Johnson

Locations: Wisconsin, Washington DC, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont
50 CDVs (Cartes de Visites) & intypes, circa 1860 & 1870s. 44 identified by name including Civil War Soldier, US Senators
[Photo Album #40 Snyder Family] Snyder Family Photo Album

Surnames: Snyder, Johnson, Gotroals

Locations: Dublin Pennsylvania
34 identified CDVs (Cartes de Visites) tintypes and photos circa 1860-1960
[Photo Album #45 The Stone Miller Family] Civil War Era Stone Miller Family Photo Album

Surnames: Stone, Sanager, Schaffer, White, Sisonme, Curtis, Miller, Covey, Coney, Jagger, Jugger, Chamberlain, Spangenberg, Reed, Cartes

Locations: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Indiana, Ohio
42 CDVs, 8 tintypes. circa 1860s . 2 Civil War soldiers. 26 photos identified by name
[Photo Album #49 Kostenbader] Kostendbader Photo Album

Surnames: Kostenbader, Heinley, Seibert, Heinley, Smith, Young, Spitler, Taylor, Romig, Franz, Farley, Gamber, Cox, Ranck, Corson, Meixel, Meixell, Miller, Pease, Hummel, Winkelblech, Winkelbach, Wood, Taylor, Farley, Steininger, Gaimon, Weaver, Keller, Lloyd, Sherk, Dieffenderfer, Dennis, Baker, Kling, Twining, Kerns, Dietrich, Haggy

Locations: Pennsylvania
35 identified Cabinet Cards, CDVs & tintypes 1860s-1900
[Photo Album #50 THOMAS] THOMAS Photo Album

Surnames: Thomas, Thom, Gibbons, Hysong, Hissong, Robson

Locations: New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York
Patent date on buckle 1882. 12 identified Cabinet Cards, CDVs.

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