Jesse S. Cowles, New Haven, CT, searching for his mother, brothers, and sisters

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Jesse S. Cowles, New Haven, CT, searching for his mother, brothers, and sisters

Subject

Information Wanted Ad

Description

Jesse S. Cowles, New Haven, CT, searching for his mother, Sarah Cowles and his siblings, William Cowles, Charles Cowles, Carter Cowles, Mildred Lewis, Josephine Cowles, and Martha J. Cowles.

Source

New National Era (Washington, DC)

Date

July 20, 1871

Coverage

New Haven, CT
Williamsburg, VA (Meadowfield Farm, near Williamsburg)

Contributor

Jesse Nasta

Publisher

Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Library of Congress.

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Transcription

INFORMATION WANTED.

I would like to hear of my mother, Sarah
Cowles, who was formerly owned by Rev. Samuel
Blain, Meadowfield Farm, near Williamsburg,
Virginia. Any information concerning her will
be thankfully received. I would be happy to
receive some knowledge of the whereabouts of
either of the following persons, who are my
brothers and sisters: William Cowles, Charles
Cowles, Carter Cowles, Mildred Lewis, Josephine
Cowles, Martha J. Cowles. Please
address, JESSE S. COWLES, No. 49 Webster
street, New Haven, Connecticut. jy20-4t

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Citation

“Jesse S. Cowles, New Haven, CT, searching for his mother, brothers, and sisters,” Information Wanted Ad, New National Era (Washington, DC), July 20, 1871, Last Seen: Finding Family After Slavery, accessed June 26, 2019, http://informationwanted.org/items/show/1783.

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