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Lorine McGinnis Schulze
Works at Genealogist obsessed with genealogy, blogging, writing books, technology and affiliate marketing. Involved in all five with website Olive Tree Genealogy http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com plus other sites and blogs. Author of several history & genealogy books, one of the official bloggers at RootsTech 2011 (Technology & Genealogy conference in Utah)
Attended York University
Lived in Ontario Canada
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My mother, aunt and grandmother were written about in a Driving Magazine in 1974
This is a copy of the interview with my mother, aunt and grandmother in Driving magazine in 1974. The interview was called Winnebago Escape: Three Merry Widows Follow the Sun.  Because it is Women's History Month I wanted to ...
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Happy Birthday to me! 19 years online :-)
Happy Birthday to me! Happy Birthday to me! Happy Birthday to Olive Tree Genealogy...... Happy 19th Birthday to me.  Olive Tree Genealogy began sometime in the winter of 1995 but it wasn't until February 1996 that it was gi...
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Library and Archives Canada has posted a fascinating series of images showing their digitization process of the CEF (Canadian Expeditionary Force) service files from WW1. Each photo has a brief explanation of what that step e...
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So excited! Finally done!!!
Yesterday I ordered the proof copy of my new book on the Van Valkenburg-Vollick family. This book has been a dream for many years. I've been researching the Vollick (aka Follick) families for over 15 years in hopes of compili...
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This Photo Archive consists of a small autograph album (6.5" by 5.25") kept by Constance (Connie) Philips as a memento of her time serving as a nurse during World War One.   The majority of the photos and items are from 1915,...
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I won!
1917. Mother in my grandmother's arms. Godfrey my future step-father is standing in front of the family Very cool!! My story about my mother and step-father won in The Greatest Love Story Ever Told contest. Read about it here...
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My Grandmother was my heroine. Who is yours?
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Definitely going to find time today to watch some of these!
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  • Genealogist obsessed with genealogy, blogging, writing books, technology and affiliate marketing. Involved in all five with website Olive Tree Genealogy http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com plus other sites and blogs. Author of several history & genealogy books, one of the official bloggers at RootsTech 2011 (Technology & Genealogy conference in Utah)
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Olive Tree Genealogy Creator, Avid Genealogist, History Buff, Author, Antiques, Creative Messy Cook
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I'm an incurable collector of antiques, an avid genealogist and a messy but creative cook! I blog, i write history and genealogy books. My main genealogy website is Olive Tree Genealogy http://olivetreegenealogy.com/
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  • University of Toronto
    East Asian Studies
  • WIlfred Laurier University
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Lorine Massey, Olive Tree Genealogy, always researching PEER, VOLLICK, FOLLICK, McGINNIS & VAN SLYKE
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Raspberry Coulis
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Raspberry-Coulis in Wannabee Trifle Raspberry Coulis - sounds so fancy when you look at the dessert menu in a restaurant and see "Tessa's Ti

New Season of Who Do You Think You Are Starts February 24
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NEW CELEBRITIES GET THE EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME ON NEW SEASON OF “WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?” ON TLC All-new season set to premiere February

Identifying Photographs Part 2
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The following article was originally written by Lorine McGinnis Schulze and published on Olive Tree Genealogy at http://www.olivetreegenealo

Moroccan Soup With Lentils, Chickpeas & Chicken
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I had to work very hard to produce this yummy Moroccan soup. The original recipe had far too much cumin in it, which I did not know until I'

Don't Miss the July 4th Specials on DNA and FTM
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If you have been waiting to order a DNA kit or the popular genealogy program FamilyTreeMaker, now's the time. Ancestry is holding a 20% OFF

Don't Miss a Research Trip to Albany New York October 2014
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Olive Tree Genealogy received the following information from The New York Genealogical & Biographical Society's research trip to Albany New

Were the Irish in America Before Columbus?
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In 1520, the Spaniard Peter Martyr d'Anghiera was appointed by Carlos V to be chronicler for the new Council of the Indies. His report, foun

Is NewspaperArchive.com in Trouble?
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As reported in The Gazette in the article Cedar Rapids company under state review after complaints, Heritage Microfilm and NewspaperArchive.

Sharing Memories Week 25: Summer Time Fun
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Join us for Sharing Memories - A Genealogy Journey We focus on memories of our parents, grandparents and others. We write for our children a

10 Ways to Find a Loyalist Ancestor
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Petition of Harcor Lyons Loyalist Source Upper Canada Land Petitions What is a Loyalist? A Loyalist is any person who is loyal to their alle

Press Release: FindMyPast Buys Origins.Net
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The following announcement was received by Olive Tree Genealogy yesterday: London, UK, June 17, 2014. Findmypast.co.uk, the leading British

Who Are You Kathleen Nellthropp?
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While going through my mother's cousin Doris Simpson's photo albums, I came across this set of photos. They are of a woman called Kathleen N

Sharing Memories Week 24: Some of My Favourite Books
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Join us for Sharing Memories - A Genealogy Journey We focus on memories of our parents, grandparents and others. We write for our children a

Tutorial #1: Adding Facts & Photos on Lives of the First World War
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Lives of the First World War is a wonderful new website but it is rather complicated to use. Since I have been using the site for some time

Saxon bones are significant archaeological discovery
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Bones unearthed by landscape gardeners laying a driveway at a house in Purley have been hailed as a significant archaeological discovery aft

Ladonia, Fannin County, Texas 1908 to 1915 Jackson McFarland Store Ledge...
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Jackson McFarland Store Ledger, Ladonia, Fannin County, Texas I now have the Ladonia, Fannin County, Texas 1908 to 1915 Jackson McFarland St

52 Ancestors: Edith & Martha Finch - Life in the Workhouse in England
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Amy Johnson Crow has a new challenge for geneabloggers called Challenge: 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks. Amy challenges genealogists to write abou

Black History Month: Fisk Jubilee Singers from Tennessee
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Prints & Photographs Department, MSRC I've talked about the Canadian Jubilee Singers and now I want to talk about the original Fisk Jubilee

Don't Miss Today's Live Broadcasts from RootsTech
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The streamed sessions at RootsTech include a sampling of technology and family history presentations. Following are the broadcasted sessions