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Fanny Strong is searching for her relatives or her former owner's family

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Lost and Found.
 
Lost and Found.
  
WANTED, TO FIND MY RELATIVES or former owner's family. I was sold in Richmond, Va., in the days of slavery. My father was named Joe, and my mother was named Sallie. I had three sisters--Sucky was the old-est, and one named Dollie, and one named Rachel; two brothers--one named Joseph and one named Green. My uncle was named Andrew. All belonged to a widow, by name Mrs. Mary Anderson, and my young mis-tress married a Mr. Woodfin; he was keeper of the poorhouse at that time. I was sold to Mr. Thompson in Richmond, Va. Any information will be highly accepted. Address me at Aberdeen, Miss. FANNY STRONG.
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WANTED, TO FIND MY RELATIVES or former owner's family. I was sold in Richmond, Va., in the days of slavery. My father was named Joe, and my mother was named Sallie. I had three sisters--Sucky was the oldest, and one named Dollie, and one named Rachel; two brothers--one named Joseph and one named Green. My uncle was named Andrew. All belonged to a widow, by name Mrs. Mary Anderson, and my young mistress married a Mr. Woodfin; he was keeper of the poorhouse at that time. I was sold to Mr. Thompson in Richmond, Va. Any information will be highly accepted. Address me at Aberdeen, Miss. FANNY STRONG.

Revision as of Sep 8, 2019, 6:23:38 PM

Lost and Found.

WANTED, TO FIND MY RELATIVES or former owner's family. I was sold in Richmond, Va., in the days of slavery. My father was named Joe, and my mother was named Sallie. I had three sisters--Sucky was the oldest, and one named Dollie, and one named Rachel; two brothers--one named Joseph and one named Green. My uncle was named Andrew. All belonged to a widow, by name Mrs. Mary Anderson, and my young mistress married a Mr. Woodfin; he was keeper of the poorhouse at that time. I was sold to Mr. Thompson in Richmond, Va. Any information will be highly accepted. Address me at Aberdeen, Miss. FANNY STRONG.