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Her son "belonged to" Charles Handsome Coates, in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Was in Clarksville, Tennessee, when last heard of.

Adair searching for her father, Charles Hazard, her mother, Rachel Ann Hazard, her brother, Wm. Henry Hazard, and her son, Wm. Henry Levi. Adair's father was free. Her mother was "owned by" John Ridgely, of Hampton County, Maryland, and sold to Tom…

He left home in Talladega, Alabama, nine years earlier [ca 1871]. His mother was "owned by" Theodore Levi, of that place.

Burton is in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1900, searching for her father, Mat Burton, her mother, Milinda Burton, and her sisters, Cinthy Burton and Mitildy Burton

Thornton, of Charles Town, West Virginia, searching for his sister, Amy Thornton, and his brother, Ransom Thornton

Martha, formerly of Elkton, Tennessee, is in Montgomery, Alabama, searching for her children. She formerly "belonged to" Mrs. Dolly Camps.

Driver searching for his son, Jeff Prior, and his sister, Rosana Driver. They lived in Pike County, Georgia. Riley Driver lived in North Topeka, Kansas.

They belonged to the estate of Esther Meekins and were carried from Roanoke Island, North Carolina, into the Confederate lines in 1861, during the Civil War.

Ashmore, a "free colored man," was raised in Trenton, New Jersey. He is heir to his mother's estate. An antebellum ad.

Newspaper article about Milla Dawsey's search for her family. Includes transcription of Dawsey's two Christian Recorder ads. Dawsey, from Calvert County, Maryland, had not seen her brothers or son since they were sold away from her.
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