Stephen McKinny and Silva McKinny are searching for their sons and daughter-in-law

Title

Stephen McKinny and Silva McKinny are searching for their sons and daughter-in-law

Subject

Information Wanted Ad

Description

They are searching for their sons, Alford and Randal, and Randal's wife, Elizabeth Underwood. They went from Franklin County, Alabama, to Green County, Alabama, in 1866.

Source

Weekly Clarion (Jackson, MS)

Date

September 8, 1870

Coverage

Duck Hill, Carroll County, MS
Green County, AL
Franklin County, AL

Contributor

Jesse Nasta

Transcription

A Father and Mother in Distress.

THE undersigned, a distressed father and
mother of ALFORD and also Randal and
his wife Elizabeth Underwood, are anxious
to hear where they are. They formerly
belonged to the estate of Phillip Carpenter, of
Franklin county Ala., on Little Bear Creek,
and in the division of the estate fell to the
wife of Robert Daniels. They left there in
December 1866 to go live with Miss Anna
Jourdon, (now married) in Green county
Ala. Will newspapers in Franklin and
Green counties please give notice of the
above, and a thousand times oblige two
aged parents.

STEPHEN McKINNY.
SILVA McKINNY.
DUCK HILL, CARROLL, CO., MISS.
2tw.

State

Mississippi
Alabama

Files

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Citation

“Stephen McKinny and Silva McKinny are searching for their sons and daughter-in-law,” Information Wanted Ad, Weekly Clarion (Jackson, MS), September 8, 1870, Last Seen: Finding Family After Slavery, accessed September 24, 2020, http://informationwanted.org/items/show/3321.

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