Unnamed father searching for Rachael, who was sold in Montgomery, AL, in spring 1864, by Mrs. Mary Ann Baldwin of Mississippi
Stewart searching for Sarah Stewart, who "belonged to" Charles Miffleton, of King George County, VA.
Calhoun and his mother searching for numerous relatives in Franklin County, North Carolina.
Stewart searching for Harriet Stewart and Fannie Stewart. They were sold to a speculator in Alabama about 30 years earlier [ca 1840].
Thomas and Arthur were brought from Virginia 20 years earlier [ca 1847] and sold between Mobile and Montgomery, AL
His father left occupied Selma, AL, with Federal raiders, near the end of the Civil War. Has not been heard from since.
Wesley searching for Tom, Daniel, and Manual Nowlan, who moved from Virginia to Alabama since the Civil War with Matthew B. Nowlan
Address the freedman's bureau [the Freedmen's Bureau] office at Nashville, Tennessee
Anderson has not seen his family since 1863. His brother, Edmond, killed at Fort Pillow, during the Civil War.
He left Jasper County, Mississippi, in 1867 [during Reconstruction]. He went to Mobile, Alabama, where he changed his name from Berket Doncler to Ben Berket.
Martha, formerly of Elkton, Tennessee, is in Montgomery, Alabama, searching for her children. She formerly "belonged to" Mrs. Dolly Camps.
Burton is in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1900, searching for her father, Mat Burton, her mother, Milinda Burton, and her sisters, Cinthy Burton and Mitildy Burton
Left for Keyton, Alabama [ca. 1906] and not heard from since. Searcher is W.M. [Worshipful Master] of Crispus Attucks Lodge No. 122. [a black Masonic lodge], Dale, Alabama. Gholston was a member of this lodge.
Mrs. Drake last saw her son in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1864 [during the Civil War]. She formerly belonged to Mr. Shanklin.
Young, of Washington, DC, is searching for her mother, Mrs. Candace Quinn, and sisters, Mrs. Ella Barby and Mrs. Missouri Walker.
Anderson left Lee County, Mississippi, during the Civil War, to join the Federal Army.
Alvin Steele was carried from Huntsville, Alabama, to Canton, Mississippi, during the Civil War. He returned to Huntsville in 1895 in search of his mother and sister.
Searching for Hezekiah, William Capers, Robert, and Laura. A white Methodist preacher named Ledbetter carried them from South Carolina to Alabama at the time of the Civil War.
They parted over forty years ago [ca 1868, during the Civil War or Reconstruction], at Pine Bluff, Arkansas.
Buford was born in the Big Cove at the foot of Big Mountain [Big Cove, Madison County, AL]. He "left" there before or during the Civil War.
The last heard of them they were in St. Louis, Missouri.
She is the sister of Mr. Ben F Batts of Nashville, Tennessee.
Her husband was Jack Moore. She was at Pensacola, Florida, when last heard from.
Edward W. Robertson went to Springfield, Illinois, in 1899. He was killed by a train on his way to Peoria, Illinois. Donagan is searching for his father, near Huntsville, Alabama, so he can inform him.