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February 27, 1913
Information is wanted of whereabouts
of Robert Peck (colored), who lived in
New York (City or Brooklyn) in or about
1850. He or his descendants or relatives,
or those having known him will find it to
their advantage to communicate with
The New York Age Office, Box F. D. T.
October 27, 2017
I would like to find my son, Johnny
Brown who some times lives in
Danville, Va. then again in Richmond.
Age 16. I ask that the
ministers will please ask the people
to assist me in finding him.
MRS. NANNIE DEPEW,
517 Waverly St.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
March 27, 1866
INFORMATION WANTED - OF WILLIAM DELLE-mare, a colored boy of 15 or 16 years. When last heard of was living in Westport, Conn. but is now somewhere in Brooklyn. Any information of his whereabouts will be thankfully received by James Dellemare, 25 Laurens street, rear building.
November 28, 1870
INFORMATION WANTED--OF MINGRO HERRING,
colored boy, 15 years old ; left Newbern, N. C., in
September, and came to New York on steamer Louisa Moore.
JEANNETTE HOLDEN, 32 Lawrence street, Brooklyn.
May 20, 1886
Mrs. Logan, of 42 Fleet street,
Brooklyn, New York, wishes
information of her sister, Mrs.
Rebecca Miner, daughter of Jerry
Logan. She was carried to
Knoxville, Tenn., by Stephen Blackwell,
a saddler; while a child she lived
in Paris, Virginia. Mrs. Shepherd
Blackwell was a Miss Maria
Edmonds. Rebecca Miner was bought
June 16, 1883
INFORMATION WANTED of the whereabouts of my
only son, Wm B.F. Serrington, who joined the 54th
Massachusetts regiment, and when last heard of was in
Orangeburg, S.C. Any information concerning him
will be thankfully received by his aged mother SARAH
SERRINGTON, 13 Chapel Street, Brooklyn, N.Y.
October 9, 1884
INFORMATION WANTED OF MY PEO-
ple. They lived at Point of Rocks, and
they left there and went to Brooklyn, N. Y.
My mother, Minnie Lee, died when I was
quite small, leaving two daughters besides
myself--one named Pennelpa and the other
named Martha, the latter being the old-
est. The last time I heard of them they
were in Brooklyn, N. Y.,…
June 15, 1893
Of my sisters, Martha and Pennel-
pha Lee. They went to Brooklyn,
New York, some years ago. Ad-
dress, Mary Alice Rep [letter missing] er Lee,
1135 Saratoga Street, Baltimore,
Md. 6 mo
January 5, 1893
Of Charlott Lee formerly Mrs.
Charlott Allen. The last time she
was heard from she was a widow
going bs the name of Charlott Lee
in Brooklyn N. Y. Her sister is
named Caudes Allen. The inquirer
is her brother. If found address
Horace Graves, Mt. Vernon, Ind.
Albert Butts looking for information about his brother William Henry Butts (also known as William Henry Jackson)
March 17th, 1881
INFORMATION WANTED OF MY BRO-
ther. He goes by the name of William
Henry Butts, or William Henry Jackson.
We parted at the battle of Antietam. Also
of my uncle by the name of Dick Jackson.
Address, Albert Butts, 202 Nassau St.,
Brooklyn, New York.
April 22, 1897
John Cole and Alfred Simmons,
will hear something to their advan-
tage if either or both of them will
write the undersigned. When last-
heard of Mr. Cole kept a boarding-
house near Brooklyn Bridge, N. Y.
A.. Cockfield, North Bruxton,
April 2, 1870
Edward Laggan, (generally called Ned
Laggan), wishes to know the whereabouts
of his daughter, Sarah Laggan, who did
belong to the Allston family, and lived in
South Carolina, on Pee Dee, Georgetown
county. When last heard from was in
Brooklyn, New York. Her mother's name
when she left here, was Betsey Rainey. A
letter in care of…
April 26, 1865
Information is wanted of Mr. Cajah Burnett,
formerly of Goldsboro', North Carolina: When
last heard from he was in Brooklyn, New York.
Also, of John Sermons, formerly of Newbern,
North Carolina. Any information of either, or
both of these gentlemen, will be thankfully re-
ceived by WILLIAM BURNETT,