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Toney Black/Tony Black searching for his mother and two sisters

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ANOTHER LETTER OF INQUIRY.
The Globe is in receipt of a letter written at Caster, Miss., in which the writer asks that a notice be put in the paper to assist in finding lost relatives. The writer is Mr. Toney Black, who is inquiring for his two sisters and mother. The sisters were named Elvie Wade and Marie Wade. They used to live in Rutherford County. They were owned by Langford Black. He states that he left Tennessee about 1869, and that his mother's name was Malinda Palmer. Any information leading to the whereabouts of the three persons above described will be sent to Tony Black at Caster, Miss.

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