L. A. Jackson searching for his mother Mary Wilson/Mary Hogan

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Title

L. A. Jackson searching for his mother Mary Wilson/Mary Hogan

Subject

Information Wanted Ad

Description

L. A. Jackson searching for his mother Mary Wilson (also went by Mary Hogan) who "left" Henry County, Missouri, in 1862, during the Civil War.

Source

Arkansas Weekly Mansion (Little Rock, AR)

Date

February 16, 1884

Coverage

Kansas City, MO
Little Rock, AR
Henry County, MO
Fort Scott, KS

Contributor

Jesse Nasta

Transcription

INQUIRY.

Wanted to know the whereabouts
of my mother who used to
belong to the one Mr. Wilson who
lived at Fort Scott, Kansas, she
went by the name of Mary Wilson
or Mary Hogan. Her childrens
names were Jack, Thomas,
Bob, Susan, Ben, Emma, and
Anna. Inquire for a woman that
has the child by the name of the Harrison
Read. My mother left
Henry county, Mo., in 1862, at
the time she belonged to Mr.
James Hogan. Any information
addressed to Mr. Harrison Reed,
No. 106 West Markham street,
Little Rock, Ark., or to me, at
No.9, East Eighth street, Kansas
City, Mo., will be greatfully received.

L.A. Jackson.

State

Kansas
Arkansas
Missouri

Citation

“L. A. Jackson searching for his mother Mary Wilson/Mary Hogan,” Information Wanted Ad, Arkansas Weekly Mansion (Little Rock, AR), February 16, 1884, Last Seen: Finding Family After Slavery, accessed March 9, 2021, http://informationwanted.org/items/show/3343.

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