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- Searchee is exactly Columbia, SC
November 6, 1914
Looking for Lost Relatives.
Information of the whereabouts of
Lula Suber will be appreciated by
her brother, who now lives in Kansas.
He would like to hear from her.
When last heard of she was living in
Columbia, S. C., in 1878 on Wheelers
Hill. Mail any information concerning
her to the Plaindealer Office, Topeka,…
December 08, 1866
Of Joseph Ford, was sold from Charleston
S.C. from the Family of Moses A Saw-
yer, in 1847, sold to Columbia and after-
ward sold South, any information of his
whereabouts will be greatfully recieved by
his Father Wm. Ford Charleston S.C. to
the care of Rev P ["undecipherable"]
February 27, 1901
William Lewis, a colored man, has written to the Sheriff from Nashville Tennessee for information about his people. He was born in Abbeville District and his parents belonged to David Glymph. His father was named Bill, and his mother was named Nancy or Jennie. His master had a son named Benson. His father was a tall yellow…
May 12, 1866
OF NANCY YOUNG, who was living in Summer-
ville in 1861, and belonged to Mrs. Edward Lowndes,
but was afterwards sold to Mr. Colder, and carried up
the country, perhaps to Spartensburg (sp) or Columbia.
Any information respecting her whereabouts will be
thankfully received by her son, Thomas S. P. Miller,
at Charleston, S.…
Richard Mattis seeking information about his father Thomas Mattis and his sisters Charlotte and Margaret Mattis
April 2, 1885
INFORMATION WANTED OF MY PEO-
ple. I came away from Charleston,
South Carolina, when but a boy in 1865.
and have been in New York ever since
I am living in Brooklyn now, where I have
been for fifteen years past. My name is
Richard Mattis and I have of had two sis-
ters in Charleston, S.C. Their names were
Charlotte Mattis and Margaret…
October 23, 1890
INFORMATION WANTED.--Of my
brother, Jno. A. P. Edwards. He left
Columbia, South Carolina, in 1877, and
remained in Washington, D. C., for some
time. When last heard from he was in
New York City, N. Y. Any information
concerning his whereabouts will be re
warded by Rev. N. W. Edwards 214 E.
Belmont St., Pensacola Fla.
October 30, 1869
Information Wanted, of my son John Maybanks,
born in Columbia, S. C., with his mother, Charlotte
Maybanks, was sold to Phillip Killyon, and brought
to Augusta Co., Virginia, six years before the war.
When last seen was in 1863, between Fairfax C. H. and
Centreville. He was with the 25th N. Y. Regiment,
whose time had expired, and they were…
June 9, 1866
Charles Metts wishes to hear from his family.
His wife's name is Jane, and his children are
named Margaret, Drucilla, Elizabeth and Chas.
Henry. He has not seen them for ten years.
The last he heard from them was when in the
Rebel Army. They were at Columbia, S. C.
He could not get a chance to go see them.
He came to…