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Lymas Cook searching for Gideon Cook, his wife Betsey Cook, and their children, Sallie, Marie Ann, and Chaney Cook. They were previously enslaved by the Widow Cook of Georgia and then Lewis Cook of Louisiana.

H. C. Rutherford searching for Mr. Foster who was last seen in Pulaski, Tennessee.

Jackson Cox searching for his brother Jackson Cox, son of Louis Jackson. He left Indiana about 7 years ago.

Mrs. Susan Miller searching for information regarding the whereabouts of George Miller.

Dorcas Jones looking for her daughter, Ann Elizabeth Williams (a.k.a. Smith) who was last heard from in Columbus, Georgia.

Hannah and Caesar Mallory looking for their children, Lewis, William B. Giles, Johnson, Caesar, and Frank Mallory, who were all sold away from their parents.

Math. Cary requests her brother, George Cary, son of Robert Cary, send her his new address.

Edmond Collier Brown looking for his son, George Christopher Brown, a 12 year-old boy who was in Hampton, VA during winter 1865.

He was formerly a servant of William Bowler, Esq., in King and Queen County, Virginia. Supposed to be a Baptist preacher in Milton or Middleton, Georgia.

Mrs. Millie Harden looking for her lost sister, Mrs. Anna Davis, who was last known to be traveling to Des Moines, IA.

Charles M. Dutcher searching for Logan Welch who witnessed a car accident in Iowa City, IA. The ad gives a physical description of Welch and of the event.

Mrs. Julia Winn and her sister, Mrs Emery, found each other 50 years after being separated. They were reunited by a mutual relation, Mrs. James Bown.

Samuel T. Davis is searching for his mother and two sisters. He was sold away from his parents before the war and would like to hear about his family's whereabouts.

Silas Mitchell, born to Harriet Mitchell, was taken from his mother during the second year of the war. Henrietta Hunt desires information about his whereabouts

Mannie F. Bond searching for her parents, Mary and William Bond. They were last seen five years ago.

A. Goodwin searching for his Nettie Birley, daughter of W. M. Birley, who moved from Detroit, Michigan in about 1867. She is now believed to be living in Pennsylvania.

Mrs. Jackson is searching for her sisters, Margaret, Barbery, and Rebecca Gillbert, and her brothers, William and Thomas Gillbert.

Mary Johnson found her son, Charles Jackson after 10 years of separation. She credits her Information Wanted Ad in the Cleveland Gazette for finding him.


Mary Johnson, formerly Jackson, is searching for her son Charles Jackson. He was last heard from in Canton, Ohio.
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