Anthony Edwards and Lucinda Gibson reunited and remarried after 35-year separation

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Anthony Edwards and Lucinda Gibson reunited and remarried after 35-year separation

Subject

Other (Newspaper Article)

Description

Edwards and Gibson had been enslaved in Pike County, Missouri. Edwards was sold South 35 years earlier [ca 1853]. They reunited in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1888, and remarried then.

Source

Mexico Weekly Ledger (Mexico, MO) (copied from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat)

Date

November 29, 1888

Coverage

St. Louis, MO
Edwardsville, IL
Pike County, MO

Contributor

Jesse Nasta

Publisher

Newspapers.com

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“Anthony Edwards and Lucinda Gibson reunited and remarried after 35-year separation,” Other (Newspaper Article), Mexico Weekly Ledger (Mexico, MO) (copied from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat), November 29, 1888, Last Seen: Finding Family After Slavery, accessed January 21, 2019, http://informationwanted.org/items/show/3358.

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