E.H. Lampkins searching for his former wife
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LETTER OF INQUIRY.
22 Nevada street, San Antonio, Tex., June 9,1913
Nashville Globe, Nashville, Tenn.:
I am sending this inquiring letter to you in quest of Mrs. Bennie Jacko or Mrs. Bennie Lampkins. She was once married to me, but the last time she married a man by the name of Jacko; her mother's name was Mrs. Charlotte Johnson, who lived in San Marcos, Tex. Bennie was a member of the A. M. E. Church. Please forward this letter to the pastor of that church, if you fail to locate her. We have been informed that Bennie was inn Nashville. Her people have not been able to hear directly from her in twelve years, and they are anxious to find her, as her mother is dead and they don't know whether she knows of her death. Any information will be gladly received. Please attend to this at once and oblige.
Your reliable friend and brother in Christ,
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