Mrs. Woodford seeking information of her mother and brother.
Matilda Harrison seeking information of her mother, Mary Jackson.
Unknown searching for Mattie Reed
Petracia Ferguson searching for her father, Dennis Ferguson
Miss Allie Grace Walsh, of Chicago, IL, searching for parents, sister, and uncles
Lewis Lewellen, Connersville, IN, searching for son, Clayton Lewellen
Fannie Ford searching for Granderson Washington, cook at Colored Camp Fremont, near Washington, DC, Civil War
Beverly Tibbs, Worcester, MA, searching for brother Lias Tibbs
Smith Chappell, St. Paul, MN, searching for his sister Harriet Ann Chappell, formerly of MO
Hollie West, of OK, searching for father George R. West, last heard of in Vandale, AR
Mrs. Elizabeth Pettiford, Chicago, IL, searching for brother Ellis Dennis Kemp
S.G. Wilson reports that he found father through ad
Dr. P.C. Kebble, Pittsburg, TX, searching for Kate White. She left Omaha, NE. Parents live in Atchison, KS.
G.A. Neal, St. Louis, MO, searching for Edward Pool, to settle his mother's property
Unnamed, searching for Reuben Moss. Reply to Pilgrim Baptist Church, St. Paul, MN.
Samuel Rice searching for Mrs. Mary Taylor, Sedalia, MO, and Mrs. Frances Venable, Franklin, MO
Sarah Lee, Eldora, Iowa, searching for her daughter. In Cairo, Illinois when last heard from.
Nelson Hart, Chicago, Illinois, searching for his sister, Harriett Shipley. She went up Mississippi River from St. Louis, MO, with a number of other "contrabands." Supposed to be in Minnesota.
Sarah Robinson, Charleston, SC, searching for Adam Horn, Chicago, IL. A barber. Reward offered.
Susan Cheek, Chicago, IL, searching for Anthony Newby.
R.T. White, Chicago, IL, searching for his father, Rev. C.M. White. An A.M.E. minister.
Unnamed, Minneapolis, MN, searching for son, Willie Duncan. Age 15. Left home Sunday. Not seen since.
Unnamed, searching for Wm. H. Clark, [Chicago, IL?]. Reward offered.
J.A. Simmons is seeking information on the whereabouts of Alex Wood, a member of the US Colored troops which left Philadelphia with the Army in 1864.
Ed Butler is searching for his brother Alfred and two boys, Alfred and Edward. They were last seen in Elizabethtown, KY in 1880.