The New National Era, 1870-1874 (Washington, DC)

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The New National Era, 1870-1874 (Washington, DC)

Items in the The New National Era, 1870-1874 (Washington, DC) Collection

John Lane, Middletown, CT, searching for mother, brother, and sister
John Lane, Middletown, CT, searching for his mother, Mary Cartmore, of Nelson County, KY; his sister, Frances Cartmore; and his brother, William Cartmore

Jesse S. Cowles, New Haven, CT, searching for his mother, brothers, and sisters
Jesse S. Cowles, New Haven, CT, searching for his mother, Sarah Cowles and his siblings, William Cowles, Charles Cowles, Carter Cowles, Mildred Lewis, Josephine Cowles, and Martha J. Cowles.

Sampson Alexander, of Victoria, Canada, searching for family
Sampson Alexander, of Victoria, Canada, searching for his father, brothers, sister, cousins, and friend, all formerly of Washington, DC

Willis Wright searching for his mother
Willis Wright, New York, NY, searching for his mother, Lucy Kennedy (formerly Lucy Wright), of Charleston, SC and Mobile, AL

Lucy Kirby, Norfolk, VA, searching for her son
Lucy Kirby, of Norfolk, VA, searching for her son Richard Kirby aka Dick Kirby. Sold two years before the Civil War.

Thomas Arthur Everick searching for family
Thomas Arthur Everick, New York, NY, searching for his parents and siblings, of Florida and then Winnsboro, SC area

Richard Bradley searching for his mother, sisters, and brother
Richard Bradley, Rotherwood, TN, searching for his mother, sisters, and brother, sold from Hawkins County, TN to Aberdeen, MS, about 1856

Washington Thompson searching for his father
Washington Thompson, New York Mills, NY, searching for his father, Joseph Thompson

Henrietta Jones, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, searching for her daughter. Second of her two ads.
Henrietta Jones (maiden name Henrietta Fants), Port-au-Prince, Haiti, searching for her daughter, Georgianna Jones, Washington DC

Henrietta Jones, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, searching for her daughter. First of her two ads.
Henrietta Jones, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, searching for her daughter, Georgiana Jones, Washington, DC