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Geo. W. Donagan searching for Geo. Robertson

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The Following Letter Which Has Been Received by President W. H. Councill is Self-Explanatory.
 
The Following Letter Which Has Been Received by President W. H. Councill is Self-Explanatory.
  
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Prof. Councill,
 
Prof. Councill,
  
Dear Sr:--I desire to find a man near Huntsville by the name of Geo. Robertson. He is a farmer and has two daughters. His son Edward W. Robertson came here about seven months ago and joined our Church (St. Paul's A. M. E. Church.) On July 30th he started to Peoria, Ill., riding the "Blind Baggage." He was killed by the train. We had him buried in a respectful manner. I wrote to his father at Huntsville,Ala., but my letter has been returned. If I cau hear from his father,I can give him all the information he desires.
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Dear S r:--I desire to find a man near Huntsville by the name of Geo. Robertson. He is a farmer and has two daughters. His son Edward W. Robertson came here about seven months ago and joined our Church (St. Paul's A. M. E. Church.) On July 30th he started to Peoria, Ill., riding the "Blind Baggage." He was killed by the train. We had him buried in a respectful manner. I wrote to his father at Huntsville,Ala., but my letter has been returned. If I can hear from his father,I can give him all the information he desires.
  
 
I Remain Fraternally Yours,
 
I Remain Fraternally Yours,

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INFORMATION WANTED

The Following Letter Which Has Been Received by President W. H. Councill is Self-Explanatory.

Springfield, Ill., Aug. 27, 1899.

Prof. Councill,

Dear S r:--I desire to find a man near Huntsville by the name of Geo. Robertson. He is a farmer and has two daughters. His son Edward W. Robertson came here about seven months ago and joined our Church (St. Paul's A. M. E. Church.) On July 30th he started to Peoria, Ill., riding the "Blind Baggage." He was killed by the train. We had him buried in a respectful manner. I wrote to his father at Huntsville,Ala., but my letter has been returned. If I can hear from his father,I can give him all the information he desires.

I Remain Fraternally Yours,

GEO. W. DONAGAN,

1038 South 3rd. St.

Springfield, Ill.