March 1892 [published in a monthly African American Baptist newspaper]
Lost 46 Years Ago.
I wish to find my mother, Lucinda
Duncan, and my brothers and sisters,
Washington Kelly, and Mary Duncan,
Monroe Duncan and Easter Duncan.
They belonged to James Duncan, used
live in Logan couty near Russelville,
Kentucky. Any information of either
of them will be thankfull recived.
I wish to find my brother, Dick
Bush. who was born in Tennessee,
and wae the slave of Edward Bush, a
negro trader, who was our father.
My mother, Fannie Bush, was sold to
Thompson, a negro trader, who sold
her and left us two very small children
alone. I was then sold, in or near
Nashville, Tenn. to a Mr. Holiway
I wish to find the whereabouts of
my farther, Edmond Clark, and my
mother, Matilda Clark. The last
time I heard of them they were in
Carbondale, Ill. Any information
will be thankfully received by their
son. If neither of them are living
will Willie or Mary Clark, their
grand-children, who were with them
at that time,…