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  • State is exactly "New Jersey"

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Thomas searching for Harriet Catherine Williams, Joshua Moore, Mary Thomas, Moses Thompson, Emiline Thomas, Caleb Briggs, and E.K. Welch

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Lewis searching for her mother, Annie Lewis, and her brothers, Eddie Lewis and Orange Lewis

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The Gaskins family moved from Washington, DC to Virginia in 1892. The father kept a restaurant in DC. The children were Roberta Gaskins, Latitia Gaskins, and John Gaskins.

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Emma Avery lived with Mr. Powless, in Norwood, New Jersey.

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Alston was last heard from in July 1890 in Paterson, New Jersey.

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Lillie left Richmond, Virginia, for New York, four years ago [ca. 1897].

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Searching for Julius Edward Parish, son of Ephraim and Mary Parish, or relatives. Relatives formerly lived in Newport News, Virginia.

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She lived in East Orange, New Jersey, when last heard of.

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Shelvy "formerly belonged to David Bledsoe, DeSoto County, Mississippi."

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Ashmore, a "free colored man," was raised in Trenton, New Jersey. He is heir to his mother's estate. An antebellum ad.

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Information wanted of Moore, a "colored man" of Swedesboro, New Jersey, by his friends. He was sick in Boston when last heard from. An antebellum ad.

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Melinda Jones searching for information as to the whereabouts of her son Johnny Jones who was from Prince William County, Virginia.

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West, of Red Bank, New Jersey, searching for her son, age about 20

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Thomas searching for Mickey Bashlot, Judy Bashlot, and Katy Ginlack, who went [escaped?] from Georgia to New Jersey. Thomas is in U.S. Navy at Port Royal, South Carolina. During the Civil War.

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Mrs. Louisa Fry, of Pleasantville, NJ, finds her mother in Philadelphia. Had not seen her since they were liberated from a Virginia plantation at the end of the Civil War, 43 years earlier.

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Newspaper account describing Clara Bashop's 33-year search for her daughter, Patience, who was sold in 1859. Slightly longer and more legible article than the St. Louis Post-Dispatch version.

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Mrs. Clara Bashop seeking information about her daughter, Patience, who she last saw at Charles City Court House, VA where they were sold separately to pay their enslaver Dick Christian's debts.

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Mary Saunders is searching for her brothers.

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John P. Rogister is searching for Drury Hutchinson

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Frances Revey is searching for her sister, Nettie Davis

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George Tibbs is searching for his brother.

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Mrs. Katie Jordan wants to find her brother Peter W. Easly.

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Frederick S. Taggart is requesting the present address of Rev. John A. Harris.

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She was one month old when her mother was sold away. Found her family by placing an ad in a Richmond, VA newspaper.
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