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January 7, 1893
Information Wanted.I would like to know the wherea-bouts [whereabouts] of my brother, William H Pleasants, son of Mr. Scott T. Pleasants and Mrs. Bettie L. PleasantsWhen last heard of he was in Boston one year ago. Any news of him willbe greatly appreciated by his sister,Louisa J. PleasantsBuchanan, Va.
May 1, 1875
Information Wanted SYRACUSE, N. Y., Apr. 12th. Mr. Editor: SIR--There is an aged lady in this city by the name of Diana Livingston, who is anxious to learn of the whereabouts of her only son, by the name of Henry Livingston. She heard that he was keeping a saloon in California, and she wanted to know the best method to pursue, and I advised her…
June 24, 1865
Information Wanted. NEW WESTMINISTER, British Columbia, May 13th, 1865 INFORMATION WANTED OF JOHN FRANCES, of Boston, Mass., who came to California in 1854. Any information concerning the above-named person will be thankfully received. Please direct to GEO. P. RILEY, my20-1m New Westminister, B. C.
June 24, 1865
New Westminister, British Columbia,
May 13, 1865.
Information Wanted of John Frances, of Boston, Mass., who came to California in 1854. Any information concerning the above named person will be thankfully received. Please direct to Geo P. Riley, New Westminister, B.C.
April 28, 1832
JOHN DIPPER of Williamsburgh, Va. is anx-
ious [anxious] to obtain information of his brother, Dan-
iel [Daniel] Merr, who left Williamsburgh about 40 years
ago, and was heard of as living in Boston within the
last 17 years. A person by the name of Cesar La-
fayette [Lafayette], of Boston, was well acquainted with Merr.…
March 11, 1853
INFORMATION WANTED of a colored man
named JOHN MOORE, formerly of Swedesboro', N. J.,
but who, when last heard from, which was about seven
or eight weeks ago, was lying sick in the city of Boston.
He was a black man, of about forty years of age, and
a person of most excellent character. Some of his
former friends feel much anxiety about him,…
November 28, 1891
I would like to know the whereabouts of my
brother, Morris Jackson, who belonged to Nute
Miller of Cytham, Ky., his mother's name was
Ellen Jackson. He left Catham, Ky., with
Capt. Philsbury dnring the war. When last
heard from, he was in Boston, Mass. Any
information concerning him will be thankfully
received by Margaret Miller,…
March 15, 1902
Do You Know Her?
Mrs. Alice Granville, residence,
No. 100 Sawyer street, Boston,
would like to know the whereabouts of
her sister, who was a Miss Mary E.
Tomlinson, adopted some years ago by a
Mrs. Priscilla Davis at Portsmouth, Va.,
and also same of an Aunt, whom was a
stewardess on a boat, plying between
Norfolk via Baltimore. Maiden…
February 25, 1899
Do You Know Them?
I desire to know the whereabouts of
the relatives of Alexander Robinson,
formerly of Richmond. He died in
Boston, leaving an estate. Write to
C. G. Morgan,
39 Curt St., Boston, Mass.
May 17, 1902
WANTED―To know the whereabouts of
David Walker, who is a sailor by occupation and
lives or did in Boston, Mass., up until a few years
ago. He was an ctive Mason and belonged to the
Blue Lodge No. 4 or 5. The colored Masons in
Boston will please make inquiries. Information
sent to William Walker, 131 First St. S. W. …
August 12, 1886
MR. EDITOR--I desire to find
George Sparrow, born in Norfolk,
Virginia. He was living there in
1848, but I heard that since he
went to Boston, Mass. His father
was a slave, but his mother was
free. There were three brothers
Cornelius, John, and George.
Address me, P. Stephen Burton, at
No. 100 South Franklin street, New…
June 7, 1879
of Isaac Sumner, who left Eastern Virginia
between forty and fifty years ago. When
last heard of was in Boston Mass. Any information
as to his subsequent history will be
thankfully received if addressed to his daughter,
Harriet Olivier, of New Iberia, La.,
Care of The People's Advocate.
July 15, 1868
INFORMATION WANTED. - Information is
wanted of Daniel Williams (colored), who was
sold at Martinsburg, Va., about the time Gen.
Patterson's forces visited that place, during
the early stages of the rebellion. Daniel was
then about thirteen years of age. He subsequently
came north and when last heard from
was at Boston. Any…
April 25, 1895
Rev. C. Peterson, a member of the
North Ala. Conference. Last heard
of he was in Boston, Mass.
Any information of his whereabouts
will be thankfully received by Rev.
R. Gray, address North Birming-
R. H. Steward seeking information about Laura M. Young on behalf of her parents Moses and Matilda Young
May 8, 1884
INFORMATION WANTED OF THE
daughter of Moses and Matilda Young.
Her name is Laura M. Young ; she left them
in 1879 with Mrs. D. Wadley, and was last
heard of in Boston, Mass., in 1881. Any
information of their daughter will be
thankfully received, and a large compensa-
tion will be rewarded by addressing, R. H.
Steward, Millen, Scriven Co.,…
Milla Dawsey searching for her brothers Washington, James, Joseph, Henry, and Lafayette Bond and her son John Wesley Dawsey (Dawsey placed 2 different ads in the same newspaper on the same day)
December 16, 1897
Information wanted of my broth-
ers Washington, James, Joseph,
Henry and Lafayette Bond, who
were the sons of Moses and Lina
Bond, and brother to Milla Bond,
who later became Milla Dawsey.
All were born in the family of Dan-
iel Kent, Calvert County, Maryland.
Information wanted of John
Wesley Dawsey, born in Low Mal-
April 11, 1868
Of my mother Ann Eliza Mukes now re-
siding in Boston, Mass. I am desirous of
receiving her address. Any information
addressed to me at 268 Ninth street, corner
of Spruce street, Philadelphia, will be thank-
COURTNEY ANN MUKES.
Ministers will please read this in…
April 13, 1867
Information wanted of my son, James
Watson, who left Philadelphia in 1861 and
shipped in Boston in the ship Lydia Scofield.
The last I heard of him was in 1862. He
was then in Callao, Peru, and expected to
sail to the Chinese Island. He was five
feet eleven inches high, light complexion,
sandy hair, dark hazel eyes. Any informa-
July 7, 1866
Information wanted of one Benjamin M. Bond,
a son of John Bond. When last heard from,
he was in Boston, engaged in the ink business.
Information of his whereabouts will be grateful-
ly received by his parents,
JOHN & ELIZABETH BOND,
Burlington, Harford County,