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- State is exactly Oklahoma
August 8, 1901
Information wanted of my fam-
ily. Father's name was Charles
Forg, and lived at Winnsboro, S.
C., Fairfield district. Mother's
name was Mary Forg, and lived at
the same place The children
were Sarah, Rachel, Lucy, Martha,
Mary, Jack and George. I be-
longed to a man named John Rales
and was sold to James Herne, a
trader, who brought me to…
September 28, 1893
my mother. Her name is or was
Phoebe Ratlaft. She was in the
South during the war. She be-
longed to one Louis Helterlirant,
a Cherokee Indian, on or near
Grand River. Indian Territory. I
was an infant when she was run
South, and am her first child.
I heard from her once when she
was in Topeka, Kan., and…
December 26, 1908
I am seeking my fater [father], George R.
West. His father's name was George
West and his mother was Jane Coffey.
He has several brothers and sisters:
Daniel and Willie West and Bettie,
Georgia, Priscilla and Lillian West. I
last heard of him at Vandale, Ark. My
mother's name was Sara Wortham.
August 6, 1891
CLARK - My brother, Lee Clark, and sister,
Clarica Clark, and myself were raised by
one Buck Clark in Columbus, Muscogee county,
Ga. My brother and sister were sold to an M.
E. (South) preacher by the name of Henry
Ware. They were taken from Chambers
county, Ala., by said Ware to Texas some-
where about the year 1847. I have never heard…
August 6, 1892
GEORGIANA STROTHERS.— Any information con-
cerning the whereabouts of Georgiana Strothers,
formerly of Fort Reno, Ind. Ter., will be thank-
fully received by the undersigned. Clara C. Irvin,
June 12, 1884
MR. EDITOR––I wish to find my
sister Francis. We all belonged
to the Austins, at Chillicote, Mis-
souri [Missouri]. My mother was Cloa, she
came to her death by hanging her-
self [herself]. There were three children of
us, brother Amos, sister Francis
and myself, Caroline. Sister Fran-
cis [Francis] was sold about 26 or 27 years…
December 30, 1909
WANTED----If any comrade knows the pres-
ent address of Lieut. J. C. Haskell, Co. B,
54th U. S. C. T., communicate with Rev. Geo.
Nichols, Box 315, Guthrie, Okla.
October 5, 1907
Do You Know Them.
I desire to know the address of
one Neil (or Neal) Henderson also
Pollie (nee) Henderson. Their moth-
er [mother] belonged to Bob Fearly (or Fair-
ly) [Fairly] all of Richmond forty years ago.
Their sister, Hannah Henderson,
(now Neil) is very anxious to locate
her people. She left Richmond when
a child. Address…
September 13, 1913
DO YOU KNOW THEM?
Died in Oklahoma.
A. B. Johnson, formerly of Meck-
lenburg county, Va. is reported to
have died at Nowata, Oklahoma,
Sunday, August 24, 1913. He was
76 years of age and it is desired to
know the whereabouts of his chil-
dren. He had not heard from any
of them for many years. He spoke
of one of his children as Etta…
April 1, 1893
I would like know the whereabouts of one
Reuben Reddick Barrow, who was the body
servant of Gen'l N. B. Burrow in the Mexican
war. When last heard of he was living in
Guthrie, Okla. His wife was named Betsey.
He has two cousins in Red Ford, Ark., by the
names of Tennessee and Maria Dixon, and two
cousins living in Little Rock, Ark. …
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.
July 2, 1915
I am desirous of locating my bro-
ther [brother], last heard of was in Pine Bluff,
Ark. His name is Edward Riley,
55 years old and born in Barnsville,
S. C. I understand he has a large
family and any information furnished
of his whereabouts will be gladly re-
ceived [received] by S. S. Green, his brother,
November 4, 1864
In relation to the whereabouts of one colored man
named BENJAMIN FRANKLIN COLBERT, son of
Mahardy Colbert, of Chocktaw and Chickasaw
Nation. It appears that Benjamin Franklin Colbert,
was claimed to be a recruit, enlisted by Captain Van
Horn, for the 1st Colored regiment, at Sax and Fox
Agency, Kansas, in April or…
November 2, 1905
Wanted To Find Relatives
Some one of Nashville please tell me
the whereabouts of one Mrs Bell Lee
Chapman, the sister of Mr Ben F Batts
of Nashville. Write me at Katie, I. T,
and oblige. KING LEE CHAPMAN
July 30, 1898
Do You Know Him?
I would like to know the whereabouts
of my father, William Smith. He was
at Fort Smith, Ark., up to last April.
When last heard from, April 18, 1898.
he was at Seward Station, Oklahoma,
employed by Mr. David Scronce.
Any information will be gladly received
by his daughter, Lucy Smith,
316 N. 16th St., Richmond,…
August 28, 1884
LOST--Sister--Frances Austin was her name when
sold to speculator Bess, 27 or 28 years ago. She is
about 45 years old, mulatto, and had one child when
sold. We belonged to Andy Austin. Our mother's
name was Cloa. She came to her death hanging herself.
She had three children, Amos, Frances and
myself, Caroline. We all lived at or near…
January 13, 1900
THREE MEN WANTED.
Want to know the whereabouts of
Charlie, Granderson and Issac Whit-
field [Whitfield]. Their father's name was Gran-
derson [Granderson]. He moved from home,
Marshall, Texas, to Guthrie or Langs-
ton [Langston], Oklahoma, about ten years ago.
Charlie and Granderson were heard
of in Ashton, Kas., when their sister,…