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  • Collection: Arkansas

A coachman in Columbus, OH, and his brother, a minister, found their elderly father in Washington, DC, in 1883. They had been sold apart from each other before the Civil War. (Their names are not given in the newspaper article. Additional research is…

His parents were in Beatville, Mississippi [Batesville?], when last heard from.

L. A. Jackson searching for his mother Mary Wilson (also went by Mary Hogan) who "left" Henry County, Missouri, in 1862, during the Civil War.

Dollie Ingram was taken from DeValls Bluff, Arkansas, to Missouri, when very young. Her mother, Margaret Ingram, was enslaved by Henry Ingram.

Mary Jane Blair searching for her mother Susan Blair from whom she was separated as a child. Mary Jane was taken from Arkansas to Tennessee.

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

Ben Jones seeking information about his brother Anderson Jones who was last heard from at St. Charles on the White River.
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