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  • State is exactly "Arkansas"

George White (known as Turner White before the Civil War) was born in Panola County, MS, and "formerly belonged to" Col. F.M. White. He was in the army. Mustered out in Mobile, AL, in 1867.

Amy Morris, aka "Mrs. Frenchy," grew up enslaved in Hancock County, GA, near Sparta, GA. Beginning at age 14, she was sold several times, in Georgia, Mississippi, and Arkansas, before she escaped during the Civil War. Previously, she and her first…

Jeff Frierson and Mary Burt were reunited and remarried in Shelbyville, TN, in 1903. They had been separated in that county [Bedford County, TN] 44 years earlier, when Mary was sold and taken to Arkansas.

Alcinda, daughter of Jacob and Susan Bradford, was sold as a slave in New Orleans, LA, some years before the Civil War. She was afterwards taken to Arkansas.

Chambers was last heard of in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Newsom searching for Jim Smith, body servant of Andrew Smith, Co. H., 3d Ark./56th U.S.C.T. [Civil War]

Lucy Smith, of Richmond, Virginia, is searching for her father, who was at Fort Smith, Arkansas, until April 1898.

Her maiden name was Angie Downaldson. They were married in 1898 in Madison County, Alabama.

They parted over forty years ago [ca 1868, during the Civil War or Reconstruction], at Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

Jameson, Aetna, Kansas, searching for members of the 9th Kansas [presumably to gather testimony for a Civil War veteran's pension].

Mary "left" Henry County, Missouri, in 1862, during the Civil War. [Sold away from Missouri?] She also belonged to Mr. Wilson, Fort Scott, Kansas.

Dollie Ingram was taken from DeValls Bluff, Arkansas, to Missouri, when small. Her mother formerly belonged to Henry Ingram.

Mary Jane Blair was taken from Arkansas to Tennessee when young.

He was last heard of at Helena, Arkansas, in 1884. A cook on a steamboat.

Lizzie was at Fort Smith, Arkansas, about to start for Los Angeles, California, when last heard from in 1885.

Carnahan meets his brother, Silas, for the first time since the Civil War. They were "slave children in Arkansas and were separated by the war."

Walker is very sick ("very low") in Little Rock, AR

Hubbard "left" his family at Washington DC, 16 years earlier [ca. 1855]. Parents: Camilla and Robert. Siblings: Charlotte, Mary, Frank, and Charles. "Belonged to" William and Townsend Jackson, Washington, DC.

Searching for lost relatives. "I have not seen them since I was 10."

Searching for Robert White.

Searching for her brother Tony Murphy.
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