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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 and Amazon.ca
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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April, May, June 1996 FREE Databases from Lorine
June 21/96: Added The Fox 1738 to Palatine Passenger Lists
June 14/96: Added Ships' Passenger Lists for The Globe 1716, Patience & Judith 1716, The Hannah 1764, The Freemason 1764, Ann & Margaret 1767, The William 1766 and unknown ships for 1736, 1762, 1764, 1765, 1768, 1779, 1776, and 1767 to Irish Passenger Lists
June 11/96: Added Ships' Passenger Lists of Irish Immigrants 1700s
June 11/96: Added Guest Author article Huguenot Refugees to South Africa
June 11/96: Added new section for articles by Guest Authors
May 30/96: Added ships Mary & Ann 1700 and Peter & Anthony 1700 to Huguenot Ships Lists
May 30/96: Added Huguenot Refugees to VA August 12, 1700
May 25/96: Added Old Handwriting samples
May 19/96: Added list of Loyalist Regiments
May 18/96: Added an order form for The Van Slyke Family in America book
May 18/96: Added Origin of Magennis surname and Irish Historical Information to Irish Info
May 18/96: Added Irish Info to Main Menu
May 13/96: Added an FTP site for downloading files
May 12/96: Added a list of list of individuals accompanying William The Conqueror from France on his invasion of England in 1066
May 12/96: Added Glossary of Diseases - Old diseases and their modern names
May 12/96: Added Obsolete Occupations - Occupations and their meanings 1086-1400
May 12/96: Added Graven Images - motifs found on gravestones with some of the commonly held interpretations of their symbolism
May 11/96: The Olive Tree was awarded the Golden Web Award- Honourable Mention - for the First Quarter of 1996 - wow!
May 10/96: Added ship's list for The Molly 1741 to Palatine Passenger Lists
May 3/96: Revised and updated Dutch Names and Nicknames
May 2/96: Added Ken McCrae's list of Palatine ships sailing to Philadelphia PA from 1727 to 1808
May 2/96: Added The Salier to Miscellaneous Ships' Passenger Lists
May 1/96: Interviewed by The New York Times
April 28./96: The OLIVE TREE had 7427 visitors when it left its previous server for RootsWeb.
April 28/96: The OLIVE TREE moved to the RootsWeb community! Check out their homepage for more genealogical goodies.
April 20/96: Added ship's list for The Britannia 1731, The Pennsylvania Merchant 1731, The Samuel 1733, The Thistle of Glasgow 1730, The Dragon 1749 to Palatine Passenger Lists
April 19/96: Added ship The Gilded Beaver/Vergulde Bever March 1660 to New York 1600s Ships' Passenger Lists. Made corrections and additions to ships De Moesman/The Market Gardener May 1658, The Faith/De Trouw Dec. 1660 to New York 1600s Ships' Passenger Lists.
April 17/96: Added ship's list for The Snow Lowther 1731 to Palatine Passenger Lists
April 14/96: Added How Many Ancestors Do We Have page
April 13/96: The Olive Tree reached its 5000th visitor!
April 11/96: Added an explanation of the Diamond vs. the Pyramid Theory of numbers of ancestors we have
April 11/96: Added ships' lists for The Nina 1492, The Pinta 1492, The Santa Maria 1492, The Trinidad, The Victoria, The Francis 1634, The Hector 1637
April 9/96: Updated 17th Century Culture of the Mohawk and the Mohawk Resource list. It now includes other resources for other nations.
April 6/96: A new record for visitors with 269 people stopping by!
Total visitors March 5-April 5 was 3394
April 5/96: A new look for the first page!
April 5/96: Added ships The Moesman May 1658, Apr. 1659, Mar. 1660 to New York 1600s Ships' Passenger Lists
April 5/96: Added ships James Goodwill, William & Sarah 1727, Adventure Galley 1727 to Palatine Passenger Lists
April 2/96: Added two addresses to list of Mohawk books and resources
April 2/96: Added ship De Arent (The Eagle) to New York 1600s Ships' Passenger Lists
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