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  • Collection: The Liberator (Boston, MA)

Mary Burk was sold from Captain Samuel Freeman's Virginia estate.

His wife was Ann Pagitt. Their children were John Alexander Calhoun, Casandra Jane McDaniels, and Mary Lydia Frances. They were taken from near Liberty, Virginia, to Alabama, ten years ago [ca. 1857]

Henrietta belonged to the estate of Isaac Lenoir, of Sumter District, SC. She was carried to "one of the Southwestern States" about seven or eight years ago [ca. 1859].

Marchial also wants to learn the regiment Bob Marchial belonged to

Johnson wrote this information wanted letter to the county clerk in Buffalo, NY. Johnson, daughter of Jack and Hannah Hellard, was born in Rowan County, NC. She was sold away from her mother in 1840 and brought to Alabama, and from there to Texas, in…

Thomas searching for Harriet Catherine Williams, Joshua Moore, Mary Thomas, Moses Thompson, Emiline Thomas, Caleb Briggs, and E.K. Welch

Anyone knowing her whereabouts will direct her to James Royce's office, Baltimore, MD.

Delaunney is a "mulatto man, whose wife is in Europe."

Sons lived in New Orleans, LA. They were formerly owned by Mr. McPheeters McCutchen, of Augusta County, VA.

Rosa Westbrooks is looking for her friend Lucy Wilder, who was last seen in Hillsboro, TX.

Charles Wright, from Point Lookout, Maryland, is searching for Henry Hall from Aberdeen, Mississippi.


Polly Sandros, from Yorktown, Virginia, was searching for her daughter, Juda Sandros, and her sister, Susan Tears, formerly from Hicksville, Virginia.

S.P. Houston of Chattanooga, Tennessee, is searching for his wife, Elizabeth Houston, last seen in Memphis.

Paris Carter, who lived in Victoria, Vancouver, was searching for his brothers, Alfred and Osville, and his sister, Jane Carter.

George Van Buren was searching for Norian, Orrin, Edward, Dewitt, Norcissa, Alvira, Sophrona, Dian, Edgar, and Jane, the children of Frank and Sophona Van Buren.

Fanny Jones, from Rochester, New York, was searching for her mother Ella McIntire, her sisters, Sarah, Nancy, and Mary Jane, and her brothers, Simon, Chatam, Joseph, John, James, Hanson, and Augustus McIntire.

Frank Waters, of Baltimore, Maryland, was searching for his son, John Waters, who was in the 4th Regiment U.S. Colored Troops.

Armistead Buckley who resided in Victoria, Vancouver was searching for his wife, Melinda Elzea, who was last seen in Columbia, Missouri.

Billy Howard, age about 19, left Kingston, Georgia, in the spring of 1864.

Humbler's sons were carried off by the Rebels in some of their raids in southern Kentucky.

Garnet is searching for his wife, Jane, and his children, Willis, Abraham, and Jeney, formerly "owned by" Daniel Garnett, of Manchester, KY. He has been separated from his wife and children for 14 years [since ca. 1851].

She was "formerly owned by Tamond Hooper," of Cobb County, GA.

Perrian, a brick mason, is the father of Lydia Cook, who "belongs to" James McCurtry, of Bryantsville, KY. He formerly lived in Shelbyville, KY.

James, a "free colored boy," left his father's house in Louisville, KY, in 1862. He is supposed to have followed one of the divisions of the army.

Adeline and Mary Wheeler were sent to Virginia during the first year of the Civil War.
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