The Southwestern Christian Advocate (New Orleans, LA), 1883

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The Southwestern Christian Advocate (New Orleans, LA), 1883

Items in the The Southwestern Christian Advocate (New Orleans, LA), 1883 Collection

W.W. Heggans searching for his sister-in-law's relatives
W.W. Heggans searching for his sister-in-law, Jennie Heggan's mother Maria Thompson, sister Lucy, and brothers Aleck and Wiley Thompson.

D.J. Price searching for his uncles
D.J. Price searching for his uncles John and Jesse Price, as well as an unnamed uncle. Their brother, Price's father, had been shot to death in August 1882.

Dock Thatcher searching for his mother and siblings
Dock Thatcher searching for his mother, Mary Thatcher and siblings John, Mark, Richmond, Martha, Eliza, Matilda, and Peggy.

Frank Hamilton searching for Perry Nabors
Frank Hamilton searching for Perry Nabors.

Easter Carding searching for her family
Easter Carding searching her father Shearfe, grandmother Gracey, and aunts Easter and Cheney.

Kissie Edge searching for her mother
Kissie Edge searching for her mother, Mary Ann Edge.

Eliza Jane Elam searching for Eliza Jane Owens
Eliza Jane Elam searching for Eliza Jane Owens.
Correction: Information was wanted by Eliza Jane Elam, whose name used to be Eliza Jane Owens.

Annetta Goodwin searching for her family
Annetta Goodwin searching for her father Thomas Jones; brothers Charles, Drury Richard, and Robt, Jones; sisters Jennie Ales and Julia Francis Anderson, Kinnie Johnson, Susan Jones, and Leanna Bald; daughter Missouri; and unnamed granddaughter.

Martha Johnson searching for family
Martha Johnson seems to be searching for her mother in this ad, but could also be searching for her siblings Sophia, Rail, Maria, Harris, and Jim

Rosa Wills searching for her family
Rosa Wills searching for her parents Sarah Ives and Benjamin Whitis; sisters Julia, Eliza and Bettie; and brothers Boston and Abram. They were all sold and consequently separated at Richmond, VA during the war.