Tenie L. Robinson

Title

Tenie L. Robinson

Subject

Lost Relatives Ad

Description

Tenie L. Robinson is searching for her mother's aunt, Lucinda Moore.

Source

The Freeman (Indianapolis, IN)

Date

March 12, 1892

Coverage

St. Joseph, MO
Pittsburgh, PA

Contributor

Ari Levine

Transcription

I desire information concerning my mother's
aunt, whose name was Lucinda Moore. Her
home was in Pittsburgh, Pa My grand mother,
her siste-in-law [sister], whose original name was
Mrs. Mary Hill, has not heard from her since
before the war. Her brother, George Hill,
died about six years before the war, aboard a steamer
enroute from St. Louis to New Orleans. His
daughter, my mother, now dead, whose name
was then Georgiana Hill, was about a year old
at the time of his death. Any information of
her whereabouts will be thankfully received by
Tenie L. Robinson, St. Joseph, Mo.

State

Missouri
Pennsylvania

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Citation

“Tenie L. Robinson,” Lost Relatives Ad, The Freeman (Indianapolis, IN), March 12, 1892, Last Seen: Finding Family After Slavery, accessed August 14, 2020, http://informationwanted.org/items/show/3026.

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