Tony Manegan seeking information of John and Mercy Powell.
Lucy Walker seeking information of her husband, Anderson Walker.
Washington Bagley seeking information of William Bagley.
Daniel Tate seeking information of his children, Daniel, Susan, and Mary.
Virginia Robinson seeking information of her brother, William Robinson.
Thomas Miller seeking information of his mother, Nancy Young.
J. U. Bishop searching for his wife, Rebecca Bishop, who deserted him.
Morris Reynolds searching for brother, sold by Washington Fripp, Beaufort, SC, during Civil War. Morris and Paul are sons of Daniel and Mary Reynolds, St. Helena Island, SC
John P. Randolph, Charleston, SC, searching for Hannah Randolph and her daughter Ginne, both born Richmond, VA
Jane Walker wrote to this Newberry, SC newspaper in search of her relatives.
William Lewis, Nashville, TN, wrote to the sheriff of Abbeville County, SC in search of his family
Betsey Jennings, Mitchelville, SC, searching for Susannah Lawton, Wilden Lawton, and Isabella Lawton, last heard of at Edgefield, GA
Lucinda Peoples, Mitchelville, SC, seeking Lawton family, last heard of at Edgefield, GA [actually Edgefield, SC?]
Harriet Lyons and Wade Lyons searching for Zach Miller, Riley Miller, Yancey Miller, Lewis Miller, and Levi Miller
Adam Wright searching for Daniel Wright who left Charleston, SC, with the 45th Pennsylvania Regiment in 1862.
Joseph was sold in 1847
Isaac Williams is offering at $200 reward for his grandson, who was left with a one-legged gentleman after Sherman's Army entered Savannah, when the child's mother was taken sick
Lucinda White searching for her son, Hercules and daughters, Sally and Jane, who were sold from her
Frank Fleming searching for his uncles. His information wanted letter to governor of South Carolina.
Frank Fleming, Nashville, TN, searching for his uncles, Robert Tigg and Littlejohn Vance, South Carolina
Mobley "formerly belonged to" Mr. C.P. Pelham. She was going to Sumter, SC, to look for her parents, when last heard of.
I wish to spend the balance of my life as a free and intelligent citizen of the United States.
- South Carolina