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Corkley, a Louisville, Kentucky, railroad porter, found his mother in Louisiana. She was sold away from him when he was a year old.

Harris and Brooks were separated by sale in 1859 in Louisiana. They found each other in 1904 and remarried in Fresno, California.

Watson, 79th Regiment, Louisiana Colored Infantry, Civil War, has not hear from his family since they arrived in Louisville, KY, summer 1865. They all "belonged to" Mr. Cornelius Voris, near Marksville, LA, before the Civil War.

New Orleans Times-Democrat. Jun 11 1899.jpg
Rachel Thornton searching for her aunt, Harriet Cross, sister of John Jones. "Formerly belonged to" the Fielding Davis family.

Nora is searching for two female family members and two brothers

Richmond Planet. Oct 5 1907.jp2
Mollie Curren searching for her uncle, Lewis Smith, her aunt, Sallie Anne Thorp, and her aunt, Patsy Thorp. Patsy was sold during slavery.

New Orleans Daily Democrat Sep 17 1878.jp2
Unnamed, Harrodsburg, PA [Harrisburg, PA?], searching for Tilly Green, "an old family servant"

Louis Martin searching for his brother Richard Luster and Robert Lewis.

Emma Griffis searching for her son Malichiah Hindman
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