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- Searchee is exactly KS (Kansas)
December 3, 1885
Joseph A. Riker, colored, son of Peter and Mary A. Riker, of this place, served in Harris Light Infantry in 1862 and 1863, and Co. B, Fifth regiment Massachusetts colored cavalry from January 6, 1864, to October 31, 1865. He served in the army of the Potomac until after the surrender of Lee, when his regiment was ordered to…
August 6, 1892
REUBEN TIGUE-I wish to find my brother,
Reuben Tigue. I parted from him in Huntsville,
Alabama. We then belonged to Carruthers. My
father's name is Hubbard Tigue, mother's Silvia,
three sisters, Anatheliza, Hannah Bell and Marga-
ret. He went to Kansas from Memphis, Tenn.
Address, Mrs. Margaret Johnson, Du Quoin, Ills.
June 28, 1883
DEAR EDITOR: ---- I wish to inquire for my brother John Comfort. He left Jefferson county, Miss., in January, 1882, and went to Texas. He wrote to me several times. I heard he was visited by the great storms, and I have not heard from him this year. Address me at Union Church, Miss.
Rev. J. K. COMFORT.
February 25, 1886
MR. EDITOR ---- I wish to inquire
through your paper for my father.
I was about 12 years of age when I
last saw him; I was coming through
Memphis from Holly Springs, Miss.,
and have not seen him since. His
name was Edmond Alexander; his
first wife was named Ann; she was
my mother; my name is Juda Ann,
and at that time was Juda…
July 13, 1882
MR. EDITOR – I am inquiring
of for my son, Nat Adams or Nat
Boykin. I don’t know which name
he goes by. His mother belongs
to Col. Adams, Madison county,
West Tennessee. His father was
named Clinton Boyton ; he
belonged to Eli Boykin. His oldest
brothor [brother] was named William Adams,
his oldest sister, Lucy Adams.
He has a scar on…
February 11, 1886
MR. EDITOR --- Please help me
find my brother. He left here and
went to Kansas, and the last time
I heard of him he was sick there.
I have not heard of him for several
years. His name was Dick Drakes;
he belonged to old Mathew Drakes
My name is Ann Watkins. Please
address any information to me in
care of Rev. P. R. Woodson,…
January 28, 1886
MR. EDITOR ---- I wise to inquire
for my father; his name was Abe
Bosan; he left me in Shelby county,
Kentucky; he was set free before the
war; he belonged to Thos. Bundon.
He married a lady belonging to
Squire Mitchell, and they sold her
to Nelson Hope, and he moved to
Missouri and my father went with
him; they moved to Lincoln…
September 9, 1880
MR. EDITOR ---- I wish to inquire
for old friends, Emanuel Prial, his
wife Emily Prial, and Gracy Green.
They left her for Kansas last January.
The last time I heard of
them they were near Vicksburg,
Mississippi. Also for my two sons,
who belonged to Scott Jno. Wilson
of South Carolina, near Anderson
court house. Their names…
July 5, 1871
INFORMATION WANTED.-Information is
wanted of the whereabouts of a colored man
by the name of Joe Perrin, who is supposed
to be in Kansas, or adjacent States. Any
information of his whereabouts will be thankfully
received by his son, Joseph Perrin, at
Elyria, Ohio. Western papers please copy.
June 24, 1880
MR. EDITOR - I wish to inquire
for a friend named Ed. Harris. He
left Silver Creek November 28,
1879, to go to Kansas. He left two
children. He belonged to H. Woodfolk,
and staid at Greenville plantation.
Address me at Green Hill
P. O. H. WOODFOLK.
April 10, 1884
INFORMATION WANTED OF THE FOL
lowing named persons. My mother's name
was Eddey Talbert, my step-father's was
Daniel Talbert and a deaf and dumb boy
by the of David Torrence, and also, Dalley
Torrence. My name is Carolina Caldmon
They left here in 1874 for Kansas and I
have not heard from them since. Any in-
formation will be thankfully…
June 30, 1881
INFORMATION WANTED OF REV. S. C.
Harris, a member of the N. E. Texas
Conference. He left for Kansas last Decem-
ber and was sick when he left. Any infor-
mation will be gladly received.
W. R. CARSON, P. E.