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- Searchee is exactly Columbus, TX
April 26, 1888
June 16, 1881
April 22, 1880
July 15, 1885
MR. EDITOR--I wish to inquire
through your valuable paper for
my mother's daughter, who was
sold from her when seven years
old. She was sold from her and
carried away, riding behind a Ne-
gro trader. She belonged, as my
mother did, to John Green, but he
becoming broke sold her and all
the children and her husband to
May 28, 1885
MR. EDITOR--I wish to inquire
for my uncle, whose name is Rob-
ert [Robert] Brown. He belonged to Dr.
Brown, in Gonzales, about 28 years
ago. There was three brothers of
them, Robert, Spencer and Witison
Brown. Robert went to Mexico in
1864 I last heard from him about
eight years ago; he was then in
Mexico. One of the…
November 8, 1883
MR. EDITOR - My mother was
Katie Lee. her husband Si Warren.
and belonged to Spencer and Ellen
Warren. Ellen was a sister to
Spencer, and he was a shoemaker.
When I was parted from them they
lived in Washington, and General
Jackson was President. Sister and
I were sold to a speculator named
Simpson, Sister was Mariah, and
March 22, 1883
MR. EDITOR.--I wish to know of
the whereabouts of my people.
Mother was Pinnie, father was Jack.
They belonged to Robert Ellison in
Marshall county, Tennesse. Brothers
were Wesley, John Green,
Patrick, George, Peter, Phillip, and
Anthony. Sisters were Jane, Susan,
Ruthy, and Winnie. At the death
of Robert Ellison we were divided…
March 1, 1883
MR EDITOR:--I wish to see if I
can find my dear father. I came to
Texas about 28 years ago, and left
my father in Kentucky. His name
was Jack Adams. We were
brought out of Texas by Billy
Wooten. My name was then Sarah
Wooten, but is now Sarah Yancey.
Sisters were Marcy, who is dead, and
Celia. Brother Charles lives here.
February 1, 1883
DEAR EDITOR: I desire information
of my people. I was taken
from them when very small.
Mother was Sarah Ives; father,
Benjamin Whitis; sisters, Julia,
Eliza, and Bettie; brothers, Boston,
and Abram. I belonged to
Wm. Tunnel, and was born in Craven
co., North Carolina. I was
sold during the war. We were
brought together to…
July 8, 1886
MR. EDITOR - Some one inquiring
for Charles Wardles failed
to sign their name. I will say that he
is here, a member of my church.
J. W. Scott is in Wharton, Texas.
I see his brother is inquiring for
him from Murfreesboro, Tenn.
E. E. COOPER, Pastor.
February 28, 1884
MR. EDITOR- I desire to inquire
for a little boy, Henry Scott, who
got lost last June. He lived near
Columbus, Texas, and he is about
8 years old. I wish also to hear of
a boy named Ed. Jarman. I also
had a brother, Henry, who was sold
to Bill Atwood. He then lived in
Harris county, Texas, near Houston.
Address me at Baazoria,…
May 31, 1900
Information wanted of my broth-
ers, Sydney and Nelce Terrell.
When last heard from Nelce was
in Fayett county, Tex. I learn
that Sydney is a Methodist preach
er, and was in Columbus, Texas,
two or three years ago. Father's
name is Major Terrell. Any in-
formtion will be gladly received.
Address Georgia Irvin, 225 Cactus