Rosa Belle Lewis seeking information of her sister, Mary Ellen Lewis.
Arthur Lockerman is looking for his sister, Eliza Larkman
Mary Myers is looking for her husband, Wade Thornton Myers
He was wounded while fighting in the Civil War. In a Petersburg, VA, hospital when last heard from.
Parker Moore and Sarah Moore searching for Sarah's husband, Aaron Moore, of Belair, MD. Went missing during the Civil War, while traveling to Baltimore to claim exemption from the draft.
Ann Barnet, Baltimore, MD, searching for son, Theodore Barnet. During the Civil War.
Perry Watts, Jefferson, TX, searching for family in St. Mary's County, MD
Harriet Jones searching for Walter Harris/Walter Jones, enlisted in the First Regiment of U.S. Colored Troops
Anderson Montgomery searching for her children, Martha Ann Montgomery, Susan Montgomery, Jane Montgomery, and Nace Montgomery, and her sister, Martha Ware
Martha Hawkins searching for her son, Isaac Martin Van Buren Hawkins. He went south with a New York regiment, Civil War.
Parents of William C. Graves, age about 13, searching for him. Missing since July 26, 1864. During the Civil War.
Searching for John Joyce. Went missing on way from Ellicott's Mills, MD, to Baltimore, MD, five or six weeks ago [in summer 1865, several months after the Civil War].
John Anderson's widow, Mrs. Catherine Anderson, is searching for information regarding fellow members of his company during the Civil War [presumably to apply for a Civil War widow's pension].
Thomas searching for Charles Stewart, John Stewart, Henrietta Sidmon, or any of their children. They were sold South before the Civil War by the McTavish family.
Eliza was formerly "owned" by Richard Griffin. Sold to Miss Mary Emack, who came to Baltimore in 1860. Mother's name was Deborah.
Samuel Toogood searching for Priscilla, Elizabeth, Sarah, Ellen, Henry, and Alfred Toogood. They "belonged to" Moses Lawrence of Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
Tucker searching for Elizabeth Jackson, widow of Henry Jackson, late of Washington, DC. [Possibly related to a Civil War widow's pension.]
Searching for his wife, late of Richmond, VA. During the Civil War.
Holmes searching for her husband, Solomon Holmes, of Dorchester County, Maryland. During the Civil War.
Whaley, age 101, wrote to the mayor of Baltimore in search of her family. Her mother, Minta Whaley, "was owned by Capt. Peter Whaley."
Searching for a "colored woman," formerly "owned" by Mrs. Worthington, who lived in the family of D.C. Croxall about 15 years ago [ca 1852].
Millie, age 14, left her home in Howard County, Maryland. Parents fear she was enticed away. In 1869, during Reconstruction.
Eli Signo lived with Mrs. Lyon, Baltimore, Maryland
She left her home in Baltimore on Monday. Has not yet returned. During the Civil War.