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- Searchee is exactly Fort Smith, AR
July 12, 1888
DEAR EDITOR— I wish to find my father. His name was Neale Peachlon. I have not seen him since 1868. Mother died when I was twelve years old. Father married again, and gave me to my grandmother in 1859. He moved to Fort Smith, Ark. He took my two brothers with him. Address V. L. Burril, Brookston, Tex.
August 12, 1865
INFORMATION WANTED of Henry, Edward, and Jinney
Haney, who, when last heard from, were in Fort Smith,
Arkansas. They can hear from their mother and sis-
ters [sisters] by directing a letter to Mrs. A. Haney, or Mrs. M.
E. Lynn, Frankfort, Ky. 205-1t
August 29, 1889
—George G. Jameson, Ætna, Kan.,
would like to know the whereabouts of any mem-
ber [member] of the 9th Kan. (colored) who was detailed to
carry the mail from Fort Smith to Fayetteville,
Ark., in June, 1864.—
May 23, 1891
SEEKING FOR THE LOST.
LIZZIE LANAGAN-My sister Lizzie Lanagan was at Fort Smith. Ark., when iast heard from in. 1885. She was about to start for Los Angles, Cal. Address, A.W. Lanagan, Box 116 Burlington, Kan.
July 1, 1886
MR. EDITOR - I wish to inquire for my sister, Caroline Henry; she belonged to a man named Henry, who lived in Van Buren, Crawford county, Ark. I left her in 1862; I went from her to Fort Smith, where I lived at that time. I belonged to lawyer Pulmon; he brought me to Texas in 1862, and I am now living in Georgetown, Williamson county, Texas. Our…
April 28, 1887
INFORMATION WANTED OF MY
brothers, William West who belonged to
Kenada, and George Logan, who belonged
to Henry Weathers, with my mother, whom
they called Moneca; sisters Angeline and
Louisa and myself. My father's name was
Moses Logan; he belonged to Henegar Ar-
baugh. He was shot by rebels during the
war and our mother died soon…