The Richmond Times-Dispatch (Richmond, VA)


The Richmond Times-Dispatch (Richmond, VA)


1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1910, 1916

Collection Items

Mary Ann Brown searching for her husband
Mary Ann Brown searching for her husband, Israel Brown. He belonged to William Fulcher. Sold in Richmond, VA during slavery.

George Crawford searching for Mag Crawford and Merinda Crawford
George Crawford searching for Mag and Merinda Crawford. They belonged to Jacob Woodson, of Richmond, VA. Reward for information offered.

Esther Overby searching for General Grant Royster, called Grant Royster
Esther Overby, "a kind, good old house servant," searching for General Grant Royster/"Grant" Royster

Lillian S. Clayton searching for former slaves of William W. Standley
Searching for former slaves of William W. Standley of Port Royal. They were "sold without owner's consent, 1859."

Arena Ross
Ross wrote to a detective in search of her Sammons, Flemings, and Hardinay family

Fanny Strong is searching for her relatives or her former owner's family
Fanny Strong was sold to a Mr. Thompson in Richmond, Virginia. Her parents were Joe and Sallie, siblings were Sucky, Dollie, Rachel, Joseph, and Green.

David Eason searching for his brother, Dorsey Eason
Eason wrote a letter to the mayor of Richmond, Virginia, in search of his brother, who was sold in Richmond several years before the Civil War.
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