Unnamed, Washington, DC, searching for their daughters, Frances Taylor and Margaret Abel [aka Margaret Abell]. [Kesiah Abell's name is inferred from other ads she placed in search of her daughters]. Ad placed in March 1865, during the Civil War.
Searcher is in Washington, DC. She has not heard from her husband since before "the rebellion" [the Civil War], when he left her on a visit from Macon, Mississippi. Ad placed in 1866, during Reconstruction.
Carolina and her son "belonged to" Lucinda Cutler, Dinwiddie County, VA. Aron is seven years old and came away with Louisa Booz from City Point, VA, last year [ca. 1865]. Ad placed in 1866, during Reconstruction.
Millie left Jackson Morten's farm in Orange County, VA, where her parents lived, "when quite a small child." Ad placed in 1871, during Reconstruction. [Race is not indicated, but the veiled language suggests this ad is likely about an enslaved family…