The National Tribune (Washington, DC)

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The National Tribune (Washington, DC)

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1883, 1888, 1889, 1891, 1892, 1900, 1901, 1904, 1905, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910

Collection Items

Mary Kile/ Mary Kyle (formerly Mary Burns) searching for her brothers
Mary Kile/ Mary Kyle, Argenta, AR, searching for her brothers, from Culpeper Courthouse, VA

George Simpson searching for George Simpson, a former slave
George Simpson searching for George Simpson, a slave in Clay County, MO, who enlisted in Civil War regiment

O. B. Armstrong searching for fellow servicemembers
O.B. Armstrong, Punta Gorda, FL, searching for comrades from his regiment

T. C. Yates searching for Green, who served him during the war
T.C. Yates, Lieutenant, 4th Independent Company, Feesburg, OH, searching for "a colored man named Green"

Sarah G. Carter searching for her sons Thomas C. Allen and Hubbard Franklin Allen
Sarah Carter searching for her sons, who enlisted in the 65th U. S. Colored Troops in Missouri.

S. T. Moore looking for former servicemembers from Co. H. (1st of 5 ads)
S.T. Moore, Tallula, MS, searching for comrades from Company H, 64th U.S. Colored Troops

S. Tyler Moore searching for his father, Edward Moore or Edward Hunt (2nd of 5 ads placed)
S. Tyler Moore, Tallula, MS, searching for his father, who served in Civil War

John Brunson searching for David Brunson
John Brunson searching for David Brunson, veteran of Co. K, 54th Massachusetts Infantry (Civil War), Blairsville, PA

Tyler Moore [aka S. Tyler Moore or S. T. Moore] searching for Edward Moore (3rd of 5 ads placed)
Tyler Moore, Tallula, MS, searching for Edward Moore, who enlisted in Wheeler's Colored Cavalry and Co. B, 3d Wisconsin Volunteers, Civil War

H. C. Brock searching for veterans of Co. K, 1st U.S.C.T.
H. C. Brock, Pearl, IL, searching for veterans of Company K, 1st U.S. Colored Troops, Civil War

Kate Johnson searching for her brother James Allensworth
Kate Johnson, Evansville, IN, searching for her brother, James Allensworth, who enlisted in Co. I, 16th U.S. Colored Troops

Julia Brown searching for veterans who knew Archie Brown
Julia Brown, Tallula, MS, searching for members of Co. G., 66th U.S. Colored Troops who knew Archie Brown

James M. Ferguson seeking information about his father Allen Clark
James Ferguson, Steubenville, OH, wants to learn about his father, Allen Clark, who escaped slavery in Orange County, VA, and joined Union army

Tyler Moore searching for Edward Moore (4th of 5 ads placed)
Tyler Moore [aka S. Tyler Moore and S.T. Moore], Tallula, MS, searching for members of 5th U.S. Colored Cavalry who knew Edward Moore

Tyler Moore searching for Ed. Moore (5th of 5 ads placed)
Tyler Moore [aka S. Tyler Moore and S.T. Moore], Tallula, MS, seeking Civil War company and regiment of Ed. Moore. Said to have served in Company B, 3rd Wisconsin Volunteers

Mack Thompson searching for comrades of Burrell Harrison
Mack Thompson searching for comrades of Burrell Harrison, Civil War casualty, 45th U.S. Colored Troops or 47th U.S. Colored Troops

Catherine Bruester searching for her brother Green Baker (or Bruester)
Catherine Bruester searching for her brother, Green Baker (Bruester), who joined a Tennessee colored regiment in 1862 and has not been seen since.

Rev. Geo. Nichols searching for address of lieutenant, U.S.C.T.
Rev. Geo. Nicholas wants address of Lieutenant J.C. Haskell, Co. B. 54th U.S.C.T. [maybe related to a Civil War veteran's pension?]

Martha A. Washington searching for addresses of officers or enlisted men from husband's U.S.C.T. Civil War regiment
Martha A. Washington searching for addresses of officers or enlisted men who served with husband, George Washington, Co. B., 113th U.S.C.T. [Probably for a widow's pension claim]

Lewis Smith searching for officers of Co. F
Lewis Smith searching for Captain James H. Mathew and Lieutenant Dallas Duval

Mrs. Maggie Broad searching for officers or enlisted men who knew Julian Broad
Mrs. Maggie Broad searching for those who knew Julian Broad. He enlisted at Beaufort, SC, in "a colored regiment." Civil War.

Richard Zeigler finds his wife after 32 years
She was sold by slave traders. Had been looking for her since the Civil War.

Copied from the New York Sun (New York, NY)

Charles W. Grant searching for fellow servicemembers Lieut. F. L. Mittie, Sergeant Bakes, and John Grimes
Grant lived in the County Hospital, Farmhurst, DE. Placed two ads on the same page (one ad for Mittie and Bakes, the other for Grimes).

Nelson Lewis searching for David D. Ficket, U. S. C. T.
Nelson Lewis, Mendota, IL, searching for David D. Ficket, Captain, Company D, 29th U.S.C.T. (U.S. Colored Troops), Civil War
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