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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 #3 Remley]
Civil War Era Remley Family Photo Album
Surnames: Remley, McCrim, Cunningham, Broadwell, Rider, Traylor, Igasham?, Hopkins, Mason, Haines
| Album dated 1864. 48 CDVs & 2 tintypes total. 10 identified CDVs (Cartes de Visites) & tintypes, 2 Civil War Officer photos
[Photo Album #5 Taylor]
Civil War Era Taylor Family Photo Album
Surnames: Taylor, Johnson, Gaston, Miller, Peters, McFadden, Slaven(s), Whitcomb, Vickery, Talbot, Falby, Hendricks, Burgess, Smith, Vralet
Locations: Iowa, Ohio
|Album inscribed Sarah J. Tayler Album Presented by Thomas Taylor June 1871
50 CDVs (Cartes de Visites) & tintypes, all identified. Includes 2 photos of Civil War Soldiers
| [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 #26 Coon Chapin]
Civil War Era Coon Chapin Family Photo Album
Surnames: Coon, Chapin, Stickney, Austin, Harvey, Yates, Streeter, Hutchins, Young, Hall, Palmer, Smith, Elias, Tenney.
Locations: Ohio, Illinois, New Hampshire, Wisconsin.
| CDVs (Cartes de Visites), circa 1860 & 1870s.
|[Photo Album #28 Els Family]
Civil War Era Els Family Photo Album
Surnames: Ells, Smith, Turner, Harley, Stanley, Ennis, Knowlton, Phelps, Comstock, Gaylord, Watrus, Rush, Rust, Rogers, Heath, Andress, davis, Boughton, Palmer, Spratt, Morse
Locations: Ohio, New York, Michigan, Ontario, Indiana
|Album stamped "W M DEPOSE" 40 identified CDVs (Cartes de Visites) & tintypes, circa 1860 & 1870s.
| [Photo Album #41 Burtch Family]
Civil War Era Burtch Family Photo Album |
Surnames: Burtch, Gransake Zeir, Zeirt, Blanchard, Morehouse, Stetson, Hooper
Locations: Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Illinois, Nebraska, Michigan, Ohio, England
| 49 CDVs (Cartes de Visites) & tintypes, circa 1860 & 1870 plus filler card. 14 identified by name
| [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 #47 The Wilson Family]
Civil War Era Wilson Family Photo Album |
Surnames: Wilson, Miller, Coulter, Osborne, Henderson, Camp, Blackledge, Harris, McConald, Byres, Beaty, Smith, Dent
Locations: Ohio, Iowa,
| 36 identified CDVs (Cartes de Visites) & tintypes, circa 1860 & 1870s. Newspaper clipping dated May 9, 1890
| [Photo Album #52 CLARK NOURSE]
Civil War Era CLARK NOURSE Family Album |
Surnames: Nourse, Tarbell, Clark, Clarke, Chandler, Huntington, Thomas, Miller, Fisk, Fiske, Mermod, Rathbun, Rathburn, Davis, Gallup, Mahon, Wahl, Wate, WOod, Holly, Sposk, McNeal, Martin, Burwell, Milton, Ladd
Locations: St Louis Missouri, Washington DC, Providence Rhode Island, Switzerland, Ohio, Boston Massachusetts, Connecticut
|53 CDVs (Cartes de Visites), circa 1860s. 52 identified by name
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