Browse Items (16 total)

  • State is exactly "Delaware"

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Isaac S. Grant is searching for his uncle Jacob J. Simmons

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Grant lived in the County Hospital, Farmhurst, DE. Placed two ads on the same page (one ad for Mittie and Bakes, the other for Grimes).

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Lucy Ponsley, Media, PA, searching for her people or for Captain John Ritter. Her father, James Somers, fought in Civil War under Ritter. Killed.

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Louisa Mitchell, Thurlow, Delaware County, PA, searching for her sisters, Harriet Jackson Davis and Julia Ann Jackson

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France Jones seeking information of Marietta Sliny, who is either her daughter or sister.

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Margret Taylor searching for her mother, Malinda Easton, who was formerly enslaved by Hiram Easton.

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Issac Cannon searching for his mother, Sarah Jacobs, who was formerly enslaved by Stansberry Jacobs. They were separated 59 years ago, when Cannon was 7 years old.

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Julia Smith (formerly Julia Gordey) seeking information about her son, George G. Gordey, who was formerly enslaved by a man named Hobbs in Augusta, GA. Julia and her daughter Ruth Little have not heard from him since he left for Canada.

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Rachel Hackett searching for her daughters, Sarah Jane Hackett and Ellen Hackett, who were formerly enslaved by Thomas Lynch. She is also seeking their half-sister, Mary Elizabeth Hackett, who was sold to Wm. Colby.

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Henry Gooden seeking information of his sister, Margaret Ann Gooden, who was last known to be living in Philadelphia.

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Robert Jackson searching for his brothers George and Alfred and his sister Kitty Jackson. He last saw them in Delaware about 25 years ago around 1846.

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Tilman Handy searching for his son, James Charles Handy, who was enslaved by Dr. Mitchell in Milford, DE.

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Jane N. Watson searching for her son, James Watson, who left Philadelphia aboard the Lydia Scofield in 1861.

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Jacob Galloway giving his new city of residence so that his children, Moses, William, Elizabeth, and Issac may find him if they are still living.
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