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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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Five volumes of War Office, Class 42 (WO 42) have been digitized and are now free to view on the The National Archives UK website. WO 42 covers half pay and widow's pensions in the 19th Century for Provincial and other Loyali...
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Page 1 of the 1818 Coltman Report "In the spring of 2016, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) digitized A General Statement and Report relative to the Disturbances in the Indian Territories of British North America, more common...
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This is the only photo I have of my entire family at Christmas. It was taken in 1955. I'm the youngest one sitting on my dad's knee and holding a very precious gift - a walking doll. I was very close to my father and it came ...
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Merry Christmas everyone! I put up my Christmas Tree today! Some of my surnames are Peer, Vollick, King, McGinnis, Downey, Stead, Simpson, Burkholder, Fuller, Greenlees, Johnston, Shuart, Van Slyke, Ryckman, Bradt, Van Valken...
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On 27th November 1945 a C-47 Aircraft carrying U.S. Airmen Judson Baskett, a Flight Officer, William Myers, a First Lieutenant, and Donald Jones, a First Class Private, left Singapore for Penang. It was never seen again and ...
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Nursing Sister Philips WW1 Photo Album 41V Madame de Bure Jeanne
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, when she served as a nurse in Fra...
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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U.K. War Office Records Available Online
Five volumes of War Office, Class 42 (WO 42) have been digitized and are now
free to view on the The National Archives UK website. WO 42 covers
half pay and widow's pensions in the 19th Century for Provincial and
other Loyalist and Canadian officers.  I...
Five volumes of War Office, Class 42 (WO 42) have been digitized and are now free to view on the The National Archives UK website. WO 42 covers half pay and widow's pensions in the 19th Century for Provincial and other Loyali...
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Civil rights pioneer Viola Desmond will be the first Canadian woman to be featured on the ten dollar bill. I doubt most Canadians have ever heard of Viola, although she was featured on a stamp in 2012. On November 8, 1946, s...
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Canadiana.Org has digitized 21 films of the Heir & Devisee Commission Papers (Heir & Devisee Commission papers 1797-1854, found in their Heritage Collection), and that's a good thing for genealogists. These records have valua...
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Genealogists love images. Genealogy bloggers love them even more. But it isn't always easy to figure out if an image found online is okay to use without breaking the law. How do we know if an image is copyright? Is it public...
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A woman hunting for bargains at a tag sale on July 4, 2015, found a blue and grey striped jacket hanging in the back of an upstairs bedroom closet. She immediately recognized it as a jacket worn by a prisoner at the Nazi Dach...
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Item #30 In my collection of 19th century and early 20th century photos is an orphaned 9x7 inch photograph of students and teacher at Huntersland School, Schoharie County New York. The names of students were written on...
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Olive Tree Genealogy Creator, Avid Genealogist, History Buff, Author, Antiques, Creative Messy Cook
Introduction
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/

Lorine is the author of many published genealogical and historical articles and books available at http://LorineSchulze.com
Education
  • York University
    Education
  • University of Toronto
    East Asian Studies
  • WIlfred Laurier University
    Psychology
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Lorine Massey, Olive Tree Genealogy, always researching PEER, VOLLICK, FOLLICK, McGINNIS & VAN SLYKE
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Genealogist, Webmaster, Blogger, Author
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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)
    Genealogist, Blogger & Author, present
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U.K. War Office Records Available Online
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Five volumes of War Office, Class 42 (WO 42) have been digitized and are now free to view on the The National Archives UK website. WO 42 cov

Crowdsourcing Genealogy Documents at LAC
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Page 1 of the 1818 Coltman Report "In the spring of 2016, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) digitized A General Statement and Report relativ

Canada Female Black Rights Activist to be Featured on Bill
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Civil rights pioneer Viola Desmond will be the first Canadian woman to be featured on the ten dollar bill. I doubt most Canadians have ever

Merry Christmas to My Dad
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This is the only photo I have of my entire family at Christmas. It was taken in 1955. I'm the youngest one sitting on my dad's knee and hold

Canadiana.org's Failure to Correct Mistakes
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Canadiana.Org has digitized 21 films of the Heir & Devisee Commission Papers (Heir & Devisee Commission papers 1797-1854, found in their Her

My Christmas Tree 2016
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Merry Christmas everyone! I put up my Christmas Tree today! Some of my surnames are Peer, Vollick, King, McGinnis, Downey, Stead, Simpson, B

Missing Friends Database 1831-1921 Online!
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Great news for those searching Irish ancestors! A new project sponsored by Boston College’s Irish Studies Program and produced by the Office

Figuring Out Whether an Image Can be Used Online
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Genealogists love images. Genealogy bloggers love them even more. But it isn't always easy to figure out if an image found online is okay to

70 Year Mystery of Missing US Airmen Solved
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On 27th November 1945 a C-47 Aircraft carrying U.S. Airmen Judson Baskett, a Flight Officer, William Myers, a First Lieutenant, and Donald J

Holocaust Jacket Leads to Life Story of Ben Peres
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A woman hunting for bargains at a tag sale on July 4, 2015, found a blue and grey striped jacket hanging in the back of an upstairs bedroom

12 Christmas Gifts for a Genealogist
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Here's a list of a dozen gifts your favourite genealogist might like for Christmas. Maybe you could even sneak one or two for yourself! Ance

Photograph Students Huntersville School near Middleburgh, Schoharie Coun...
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Item #30 In my collection of 19th century and early 20th century photos is an orphaned 9x7 inch photograph of students and teacher at Hunter

Winner of the DEATH FINDS A WAY Giveaway
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Olive Tree Genealogy is pleased to announce the winner of the random draw for my book Death Finds a Way: A Janie Riley Mystery was Susan Gin

Genealogy Mystery Book Death Finds a Way Giveaway!
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A Giveaway for Thanksgiving! Olive Tree Genealogy is giving away the genealogy mystery book Death Finds a Way: A Janie Riley Mystery by Lori

Meme: Immigrant Ancestor Lucas Dircksen Vanderburgh
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There is a lot of discussion about immigration in America right now. Tempers have flared, and different groups hold various strong opinions.

Medieval Graffiti
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Graffiti from the Middle Ages found in St. Margaret's Church in Cley-Next-the-Sea, on the north coast of Norfolk in eastern England, provide

Another Not-So-Famous Ancestor of Sorts
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I'm still thinking about connections in History and Genealogy. About 6 degrees of separation.... Sometimes we have more details on an ancest

Meme: Immigrant Ancestor John Greenlees
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Thomas Ridout survey of 1821 There is a lot of discussion about immigration in America right now. Tempers have flared, and different groups

Skull Reunited With Body of Girl Murdered in 1887
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Not Mary's actual skull Almost 130 years after Mary Tuplin was murdered, a ceremony has been held to reunite her head with her body. As biza

Death Finds a Way Available as an e-book or Paperback
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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