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RACHEL BROWN.—I should like to know the whereabouts of my sister, Rachel Brown, owned by Joseph Waneforth, the banker at Maysville, Ky. I saw her last at that place in 1870. Also Margaret Brown, owned by the same man. Address Wm. Brown, 1162 Fulton street, Chicago, Ill.
I WISH to find my brother and sister. I left them in Hocksville, Luray County, Virginia. We belonged so Abram Miller, who bought Longs mill on the Shanandoah River. My mother's name was Lucy Miller. I wastaken away by John G. Hamilton. Address Thomas T. Miller, rear 388 North State street, Chicago, Ill.
ROSETTA JONES.—Would like to learn the whereabouts of my mother, Mrs. Rosetta Jones. Last heard of in Cartersville, Ga., in 1860. She had three children, Nelson, Marcus and Susan. Address Mrs. Susan Becker, 140 Pacific Avenue, Chica- go [Chicago], Ill.
MARY BALL.—I wish to learn the whereabouts of my sister Mary Ball. Her birth place was Berryville, Va.,she belonged to Col. John Morgan. Her father's name was Jerry and mother's name Betty Ball. Address Nathan Ball, 2955 Dearborn, lower flat, Chicago, Ill.
CHRISTINE DONALDSON—I wish to find Christine Donaldson. Last heard of in Melian, Ark. Married to Ned Donaldson. Father's name was Wilson and mother's Esther. Please address Mrs. Delia Fulton Donald- son [Donaldson], 2962 Dearborn Street. Chicago,Ill.
June 8, 1906
INFORMATION WANTED OF
Any information of Will Doubtly
who was last heard of at Wybark,
I. T., will be thankfully received by
his brother, W. S. BROWN,
2824 State Street,
3t-4-13. Chicago, Ill.
April 24, 1915
May 26, 1875
THIS is to certify that I, NELLIE B. DAVEN-
PORT [DAVENPORT] left Vicksburg about 18 years ago,
and left my sister Diana Davenport, then about
fifty-five years, at Vicksburg. She belonged
to Richard Davenport, as also myself. She
had two girls, one named Mary, and the other
Flora. I left Mary at a farm in Clinton
August 6, 1892
WILLIAM GARDNER AND GREEN COCKRELL I
wish to find my brothers, as named above. They
went into the army from Clarke County, Kentucky
going to Camp Nelson. Our father's name was
Mongo Cockrell. Mother's name was Maria Cock-
rell [Cockrell]. I was small when they went away. Address
Mary Miller, 736 Austin Ave., Chicago, Ill.
June 4, 1892
JOHN BUTLER.—I wish to find my brother John
Buttler I heard from him last in 1879. He was
then at Leanville, S C. Any information will be
gladly received by Thomas Butler, 2849 La Salle
street, Chicago, Ill. 5-21-92
February 14, 1891
JACOB GARDINER––Geo. Gardiner desires in-
formation [information] in regard to his father Jacob Gardiner
who was a slave belonging to Thomas G. Gardiner,
Grimwell Co., Ky., was freed in 1846, went to
Hanover, Ind., near Madison, where he worked for
Dr. Hayes. He carried with him his wife and one
daughter named Martha Elizabeth Gardiner.…
June 4, 1892
J. H. KING.––I would like to find my brother. J.
H. King. I last met him in New Orleans in 1888.
He left there for the City of Mexico. I have not
heard from him since 1890, when his address was
"Apartado" Corraos, No. 409, Mexico. He is for-
merly [formerly] of Montgomery, Ala. He is yellow with
black curly hair. Stands 5 ft. 6 1/2 inches…
September 3, 1892
I would like to find my sister, Henrietta Jane
Stallcup. Lived with Jack Harris, Westport, Mo.,
when last heard from in 1857. Any information
will be gratefully received by Chas. R. Stallcup,
1002 Fifth avenue, Chicago, Ill. 4-16-98
June 4, 1892
DINAH DAVENPORT.-I wish to find my sister
Dinah Davenport. I last saw her in Vicksburg,
Miss. She had a daughter named Mary. My
sister's husband's name was Nelson Garland. My
brothers name is Wills. I left him in Clinton,
Miss., with his owner Dr. Wills in 1861. Any in-
formation will be thankfully received and reward
ed by Mrs.…
October 8, 1892
January 4, 1891
BUCHANAN AND MARTHA CHILDS--These two
children have not been seen by their mother since
1861. They were sold to some man in North Caro-
lina or South Carolina. They were born in Mason
County, Ky. Their mother belonged to Boss
Shruf. The girl has a little piece chipped out of
her right ear. The children had straight black hair.
August 8, 1892
ANN ELIZA GASKINS— I wish to find my aunt
whose maiden name was Ann Eliza Gaskins. She
has since married a man whose name I do not
know. She lived in New Bedford, Mass., some
years and still resides somewhere in Massachu-
setts. Her oldest daughter was named Matilda.
She is originally from Fayettesville, N.C. Ad-
dress, J.H. Jenkins,…
August 6, 1892
ALFRED BUTLER - I wish to find my brother,
Alfred Butler. He is 37 years old, about 5 feet 8
inches in height, is married and has two children,
boys - Alfred and Edward. Was last seen in Eliz-
abethtown, Ky., in 1880. I heard from him last
August. He was then in St Louis working on the
railroad. We are originally from Nashville, Tenn.…
November 17, 1888
He Seeks his Father.
Wanted to know the whereabouts of
Rev. C.M. White. Was last heard
from at Columbus, Ind. He is a minister
of the A.M.E. church. Any informa-
tion will be thankfully received by his
son, R.T. White, 533 State St.
November 27, 1897
SEEKING THE LOST.
FOR LOST FRIENDS OR RELATIONS READ THIS COLUMN.
All Who Mourn a Missing Father, Mother, Brother, Son, Sister, Wife, Husband or Daughter, Should Read This Column Every Week.
There are many persons throughout this great land who mourn some missing relative or friend. Many home circles are rendered…
May 4, 1889
Information wanted by Miss Fannie
Ford concerning Granderson Washington,
who was cook at the Colored Camp
Fremont, near Washington, D.C., in
1862. Address, Mrs. Fannie Brown,
care of THE APPEAL, Chicago, Ill.
October 6, 1888
Miss Allie Grace Walsh 437 State Street,
rear, is in search of information as to the
whereabouts of her father John Walsh,
or her mother, Mrs. Nettie Thompson,
or her sister, Ida Thompson or uncles,
Charles, Fred, and John Anderson. She
was born at Columbus, Ohio, and stolen
April 25, 1891
Information wanted of Joseph
Gray. When last heard of, he was in
Ruckersville, Green Co., VA., any one
knowing his where about will please
MARY ANCELL, 2711 State St,
May 5, 1854
The following advertisement appears in the Grand River Record:—
INFORMATION WANTED—Of ''Stephen Arnold
Douglas'', late resident of Chicago, Ill.,
who left his home for Washington city in
November. [indecipherable] heard from, he was
in that city try[indecipherable]. If any
of the officers [?] [indecipherable] give any information