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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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Passengers Engaged to Sail on Board the American Brig Atlantic, Robert Askins, Master burden 196 tone, for Boston, Massachusetts Sworn at Dublin Ireland 19 June 1804.
Passengers to be received on Board the Ship Catherine of Dublin Ireland, 170 Tons Burthen as per Register, George Thomas, Master, now in the Port Killybegs and bound for New Castle & Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Sworn at Ballyshannon 9 June, 1804.
Passengers intending to go by the American Brig Ceres of ny, Herbert Forrester, Master, from Newry for New York, sworn 31 May, 1804.
Passengers for Philadelphia Pennsylvania on the American Ship Commerce, sworn 28 April,1804.
Passengers in the American Ship Diligence of New Bedford for New York, sworn at Dublin, Ireland 30 April, 1804.
Passengers who have contracted to take their passage on board the Ship Duncan of Whitehaven Abraham Sebson, Master, for New York, sworn at Londonderry, 26 May, 1804.
Passengers for New York on the Ship Eagle, Charles Thompson, Master, sworn at Belfast 4 Aug. 1804
Passengers in the American Ship Jane of New Bedford for New York, sworn at Dublin, Ireland 17 April, 1804
Passengers on the Brig Jefferson of Newberry Port in the U.S.A.,Burthen 138 tons, bound from Ballyshannon to New Castle and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Daniel Knight, Master,sworn 10 May, 1804
Passengers intended to be taken on board the Ship Live Oak of Scarboro, Christopher Dyer, Master, burthen 400 tons, bound to New York in America, sworn at Londonderry, 23 June, 1804.
Passengers of the American Ship Mary of New Bedford to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania sworn at Dublin, Ireland 17 April, 1804.
Passengers on Board the American Ship Mechanic of Baltimore, Maryland Peter Thorn, Master, from Dublin Ireland to Baltimore, Maryland, 28 May, 1804
Passengers on the American Ship President of New Bedford from Newry for New Castle in America, sworn 21 April, 1804.
Passengers to go on board the Brigantine Sally, Timothy Clifton, Master, for New York, Burthen 156 tons, Port of Newry, sworn 9 May, 1804.
Passengers who have contracted to take their passage to Baltimore Maryland on board the Ship Serpent of Baltimore, burthen 280 tons, Arch'd McCorkell, master, sworn at the Custom House, Londonderry, 5 May, 1804.
Passengers who intend going to New York in the American Ship William and Jane from Belfast, sworn at Belfast, 14 April, 1804
Passengers in the William and Mary of ny, burthen 420 tons, to sail from Londonderry to New York, sworn at Londonderry, 18 May, 1804.
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