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  • Collection: The Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, MD), 1861-1911

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Nicholson, of Baltimore, Maryland, was a "yellow" butcher, commonly called Big Joe. During Reconstruction.

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Unnamed man searching for his sister, Kitty Collins. She went to Baltimore from the Eastern Shore of Maryland about two years earlier. During the Civil War.

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Daughter reunited with her parents, Newtown, Maryland. She "belonged to the Rush estate," from which she was sold 20 years earlier [in ca 1855].

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He left their home in Baltimore on Nov. 19, 1864. Not seen since. He works on the wharf. During the Civil War.

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She left her home in Baltimore on Monday. Has not yet returned. During the Civil War.

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Eli Signo lived with Mrs. Lyon, Baltimore, Maryland

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Millie, age 14, left her home in Howard County, Maryland. Parents fear she was enticed away.

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Searching for a "colored woman," formerly "owned" by Mrs. Worthington, who lived in the family of D.C. Croxall about 15 years ago [ca 1852].

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Whaley, age 101, wrote to the mayor of Baltimore in search of her family. Her mother, Minta Whaley, "was owned by Capt. Peter Whaley."
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