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  • Collection: The Richmond Times-Dispatch (Richmond, VA)

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Eason wrote a letter to the mayor of Richmond, Virginia, in search of his brother, who was sold in Richmond several years before the Civil War.

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Fanny Strong was sold to a Mr. Thompson in Richmond, Virginia. Her parents were Joe and Sallie, siblings were Sucky, Dollie, Rachel, Joseph, and Green.

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Ross wrote to a detective in search of her Sammons, Flemings, and Hardinay family

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Searching for former slaves of William W. Standley of Port Royal. They were "sold without owner's consent, 1859."

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Esther Overby, "a kind, good old house servant," searching for General Grant Royster/"Grant" Royster

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George Crawford searching for Mag and Merinda Crawford. They belonged to Jacob Woodson, of Richmond, VA. Reward for information offered.

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Mary Ann Brown searching for her husband, Israel Brown. He belonged to William Fulcher. Sold in Richmond, VA during slavery.
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