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April 16, 1891
INFORMATION WANTED.--Of my
daughter, Sarah Minor. When last heard
from she was living in Moorestown, N. J
Any information will be gladly received.
Mary Minor, care of D. J. Beckett pastor
of Allen Chapel A. M. E. church, Staun
October 5, 1893
INFORMATION WANTED --
Any one knowing the whereabouts
of Orderly-Sargeant Peter R. Laws,
of Company I, 55th Massachusette
Volunteers, and Sargeant James H.
Matthew of the same company, will
kindly forward information to J. T .
Rex, 15 Veasey Street, Newark,
N. J. The matter is important to
April 1, 1880
INFORMATION WANTED OF MY FA-
ther, Henry Cooper, and mother, Mary
Ann Cooper, and my brothers Edmund and
Isaac Cooper, and Louisa Watson and Wil-
emah Cooper my sisters, and my daughter,
Emma Jane Cooper. I left her in Kentucky.
All the others was sold in Virginia by Wil-
liam Goult. I never knew where they
were taken. I came away in the…
May 16, 1878
INFORMATION WANTED OF THE CHIL-
dren of Henry and Carry Smith born near
Middle River Balto. Co. Md. who lived on the
Stansberry property. Their names were Char-
lotte, Louise, and John Wesley Smith.
Mrs. Mary B. Mills,
Mt. Holly, N. J.
January 10, 1878
of Caleb W. Elzey, son of Charles P. and
Anna M. Elsey, who left West Chester, Pa.,
with John M. Zook, living in Louisiana, Mo.,
where he left Mr. Zook. When last heard
from he was in Chicago, Ill. Any informa-
tion of his whereabouts will be thankfully
received by his mother,
October 29, 1874
Information wanted of George Jimerson, or George
Houston of Red Hill Henry Co, Va. His mother
went to Liberia and left him with his grandmother.
He has uncles named Sam and George Houston. In-
formation will be thankfully received by his sister,
Frances Johnson 238 Van Buren St. Camden N. J.
N B Southern…
January 20, 1898
Information wanted of my moth-
er. Her maiden name was Henri-
etta Chase, she was raised about
Hagaarstown, Md., afterward went
to Harrisburg, Pa. She was once
married to George Brown, when
last heard of she was married again
and lives somewhere about New
Jersey. Any information concern-
ing the same will be gladly re-
January 8, 1874
INFORMATION WANTED of a woman
by the name of Jennie, who was sold by
John Hockenhull, of Dorsenville, Dorsen
Co . Georgia, to a man by the name of
Jack Nickols, a slave-trader. He sold her
next to Doctor Hill of Mobile, Ala , a lit
tle while before the war. Any informa-
tion respecting her will be thankfully re
ceived by her son who…
July 6, 1872
INFORMATION wanted of my father and
mother, William and Mary Ann Simpson.
When last heard from they were living in
New York City. I was brought into New
Jersey by a Mr. Wright about seventeen
years ago. My father worked in Mr. James
Tarrent's Drug Store on the corner of Green
and Warren Streets.
I am living with…
June 17, 1871
Of Alfred Myers, son of Mintz Myers,
who lived in Cecil County, Md , near
Battle Swamp ; belonged to Jane Boyd
He has a brother by the name of George
Myers, now in Canada. They both left
Maryland, and continued together until
about thirteen years ago, when they part-
ed at Morristown, N. J. He is a min-
ister, and is…
October 22, 1870
Information wanted of the where-
abouts of Cornelia Johnson, wife of
William Johnson. He died in Tren-
ton, N.J., September 29th, 1870.
She will hear something for her
benefit by calling immediately at
Christenia Riters, Trenton, N.J.
Supposed to be in Washington, D.C.
Ministers please publish.
2ts - Oct. 22.
September 10, 1870
Of my sister Adaline Spear, Rachael
Spear, and Mary Spear, formerly belonging
to James Thawley, and William Thawley of
Caroline county, near Greensboro, Mary-
land. My father's name was John Spear,
a Frenchman, and my mother's name was
Rebecca Spear. Address, WILLIAM PRICE,
Greenwich Cumberland Co., N.J.
September 10, 1870
Of my mother, Tabitha Hubbard; sisters,
Ann Maria. Sarah Emily and Martha Jane;
brothers Thomas, Simpson, Daniel, Jeffer-
son and Walter, the youngest. My mother
was the wife of Perry Hubbard. Address,
W. T. HUBBARD,
Greenwich Cumberland Co., N.J.
April 17, 1868
Of my father, Richard Green, and also of
my mother, Malinda Green. When I last
heard from my father, he was in Washing-
ton, and had charge of a vessel plying be-
tween Washington and Richmond. He for-
merly lived near Maryland Point, Md. Any
information of the whereabouts of my pa-
rents will be thankfully received…
August 15, 1868
Of Berry Goodwin, and Andrew Goodwin,
and Henry Goodwin, and Peter Goodwin,
formerly owned by Thomas Evans of North
Carolina, Chewon county.
Ministers please publish this in the
churches South. JOHN W. GOODWIN,
South Camden, N. J.
Aug. 15, 1868. 4t.
July 11, 1868
Of Julia Washington, of Middletown, Sus-
sex, Co., Va., formerly owned by Spencer
Pleasant, and hired out to Alderman Inner-
man. Address her son,
Bordentown, N. J.
July 11. 4t
Permelia Muse searching for several members of the Berryman family including Jefferson, Anna Mason, George Jackson, Thomas Jefferson and Mary Catharine Berryman
May 16, 1868
of the following members of my family,
who lived in Loudon County, Virginia.
Jefferson Berryman, his daughter Anna
Mason Berryman, and two sons, George
Jackson Berryman and Thomas Jefferson
Berryman. Also, of Mary Catharine Berry-
man, who went to Missouri about 12 years
ago. My mother, now deceased, was named
Malinda Smith searching for her children Melissa Walker, Waverly and Alexander Johnson, and William, Chloe and Archie Woodson
November 30, 1867
Information wanted of Melissa Walker,
who belonged to Richard Christian and was
sold to Dr. Boothe. Also, of Waverly John-
son, Alexander Johnson, William Woodson,
Chloe Woodson, and Archie Woodson, sold
to Richmond, Va.
Any information of the above named
children of Malinda Smith, formerly of
Prudence and Phillis Carrol searching for their respective husbands John Atkinson and Bob Applewhite
June 22, 1867
Information wanted of Jack Atkinson and
Bob Applewhite. When last heard from
they were in Wayne County, North Caro-
line. Any information of their whereabouts
will be thankfully received by their wives,
PRUDENCE CARROL and
May 4, 1867
Information wanted of Melissa and Amelia
Walker, formerly owned by Richard Chris-
tian, and sold to Dr. Booz, of Am [rest unclear] Also
of my children, Waverly Johnson, Archie
Wootson, Alick Johnson, William Wootson,
and Chloe Wootson, formerly owned by Mr
Christian, of Amelia, Va. and sold in Rich-
mond at different times. Ministers will…
September 22, 1866
Any one who may chance to know any thing
concerning the whereabouts of Henry Collins,
will please inform his brother, James Collins, who
is residing in Princeton, N. J. The said Henry
was formerly owned by Mrs. Sarah Harris, of
Queen Ann County, Md.
June 22, 1899
Information wanted of Lewis
Kelley, who belonged to Joseph
Brooks, Bullitt Co., Ky., and at his
death be became the property of
Neal Brooks, the son, He became
the husband of Chloe Brooks, who
belonged to Joseph Brooks. She
died many years ago. From their
union five children were born; Lew-
is, Mary, Minerva, Martha and
July 26, 1900
Information wanted of Miss
Tamar Reynolds. When laat heard
from she lived at 2126 Pryon St.,
Philadelphia, Feb 28, 1804. Since
then I heard she was at the Here-
ford House, Anglesea, N J. A
word of information will be highly
valued by her brother, F. W. Wells
Beaufort, S. C.
January 26, 1899
Information wanted of Lucinda
Rowe. I have not heard from her
for several years. I will fee any
person giving the desired informa-
tion. Daniel G. Rowe, 25 Pros-
pect Place, East Orange, N. J.
February 3, 1866
Of one Henry Collins, who left Baltimore last
September, 1865. Any information, that can be
given of his whereabouts, will be compensated
by his brother. Direct to Princeton, N. J.