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Mrs. Ann Hampton searching for her mother, Nellie Beecham

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Information Wanted.
 
Information Wanted.
  
A small fortune is in store for Nellie Beecham, colored, who lived during the war near Richmond, Va., and whose daughter Augusta Ann was sold when about 12 years old to Bert Leatherwood and Robert Golikely slave speculators of Richmond, on the death of her master, Sam Beecham, by his brother Ike, in 62, 63, or 64 to pay certain debts the deceased owed. Credicks and Wards were near by slave owners. The undersigned's Uncle Pompey fed her on goose and duck eggs when a child and she is now desires of finding her mother who was a member of the Rasberry Campbellite church.
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A small fortune is in store for Nellie Beecham, colored, who lived during the war near Richmond Va., and whose daughter Augusta Ann was sold when about 12 years old to Bert Leatherwood and Robert Golikely slave speculators of Richmond, on the death of her master, Sam Beecham, by his brother Ike, in 62, 63, or 64 to pay certain debts the deceased owed. Credicks and Wards were near by slave owners. The undersigned's Uncle Pompey fed her on goose and duck eggs when a child and she is now desires of finding her mother who was a member of the Rasberry Campbellite church.
  
 
Any information that will be the means of finding the said Nellie Beecham will be liberally rewarded by her daughter, now.
 
Any information that will be the means of finding the said Nellie Beecham will be liberally rewarded by her daughter, now.

Revision as of Sep 7, 2019, 3:32:34 AM

Information Wanted.

A small fortune is in store for Nellie Beecham, colored, who lived during the war near Richmond Va., and whose daughter Augusta Ann was sold when about 12 years old to Bert Leatherwood and Robert Golikely slave speculators of Richmond, on the death of her master, Sam Beecham, by his brother Ike, in 62, 63, or 64 to pay certain debts the deceased owed. Credicks and Wards were near by slave owners. The undersigned's Uncle Pompey fed her on goose and duck eggs when a child and she is now desires of finding her mother who was a member of the Rasberry Campbellite church.

Any information that will be the means of finding the said Nellie Beecham will be liberally rewarded by her daughter, now.

MRS. ANN HAMPTON.

Coffeyville Kan.

Richmond Va., papers please copy.