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  • Tags: U.S. Army

Mrs. Louisa Cook, wife of Benjamin Cook, Co. K, 28th U.S.C.T., is asked to call at Hicks U.S. Army General Hospital in Baltimore, MD.

Taylor, a Civil War veteran of the 1st U.S. Colored Troops, searching for Col. John H. Holeman. Taylor is applying for a veteran's pension.

Bowen, born in North Carolina, went to Hartford, Connecticut, and enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1863, during the Civil War. Bowen, or his heirs, are entitled to a "small estate."

Roxy Garnet is searching for his aunts.

Searching for uncles John McCraty, Sam McCraty, Green McCraty, and West McCraty. They "went off with the army" [presumably during the Civil War].

Hullum's father went to New Orleans "during the emancipation" on a U.S. ship "as inspector." He served in the U.S. Army.

Las Vegas Weekly Optic and Stock Grower. East Las Vegas NM. Sep 30 1899.jp2
Washington, DC attorneys searching for Wm. Beeks. His mother left him small amount of money. She was a servant in the family of Carlos Carballo, at army Fort Union, in New Mexico, about 25 years ago [ca. 1874]

National Republican. Washington DC Oct 26 1887.jp2
Ellen Dixon searching for her son. He went to New York with a Union regiment. Includes transcription of memorandum written by former master, John T. Bloxham, during the Civil War, when John Dixon left.

William Gardner and Green Cockrell 8-6-1892.tif
Mary Miller is searching for her brothers, William Gardner and Green Cockrell. They went into the Army from Clarke County, KY from Camp Nelson. Their father's' name was Mongo Cockrell and their mother's was Maria Cockrell.

Alex Wood 9-3-1892.tif
J.A. Simmons is seeking information on the whereabouts of Alex Wood, a member of the US Colored troops which left Philadelphia with the Army in 1864.
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