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- Newspaper: The Huntsville Journal (Huntsville, AL)
April 12, 1906
Mr. John G. Lewis G. M. of Masons
for Louisiana, wishes information of
one Mrs. Amy Fuller, who lived near
Post Oak Ala. Her son John Fuller is
dead and it will be to her interest to
communicate with Grand Master Lewis
at Natchitoches, La.
August 17, 1905
I want to know the whereabouts of
one, Rev. J H Braby, a local preacher, w
ho left Elrod Ala., last year. When
last heard of he was in some part of
Georgia. If he can be found, he is heir
to some property near here. Any information
concerning him will be gladly
Write to F M J Mashaw
Box 381 Ensley,…
December 14, 1905
my wife whom I married March 3, 1898
Her maiden name was Angie Downaldson
and her mothers name Eliza and
her sister Jennie. I married her in
Madison county Any information will
be appreciated by her husband G. W.
Kinebrew, Rawlison, Ark., or W. H.
Kinebrew, Scottsboro, Alabama.
February 11, 1904
WANTED--Address of Sarah
Scott (colored) by her brother,
Anderson Lewis: 717 Union street,
March 29, 1895
Do You Know Him?
I desire to know the whereabouts of
Mr. John H. Branford. He left Birmingham
in 1886 and was last heard from
in St. Louis, Mo , in 1887. He then
wanted to join the U.S. Army. John
has two sisters living named respectively,
Emma Robinson and Sophia Craft.
Any information will be gratefully received
by H. C.…
September 1, 1899
The Following Letter Which Has
Been Received by President W.
H. Councill is Self-Explanatory.
Springfield, Ill., Aug. 27, 1899.
Dear S r:—I desire to find a man near
Huntsville by the name of Geo. Robert-
son. He is a farmer and has two daugh-
ters. His son Edward W. Robertson
came here about seven…
December 3, 1908
Any information leading to the
whereabouts of Mrs. Della Moore, her
husband was named Jack Moore, when
last heard from she was at Pensacola,
I. Z. MOORE,
November 12, 1903
Mr. Alex Young, No. 820 Fort
Street Chattanooga, Tenn. wishes
to find his brother Rev. Samuel
Young. Any one knowing of his
whereabouts will do a favor by writing
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,
KING LEE CHAPMAN
December 1, 1899
I wish to find my two sons, Stephen and
Albert Gee. The last heard of them they
were in St Louis. Send information to
this paper or to me. Mrs Lydia Gee,
47 Ruth Street. Memphis Tenn.
March 4, 1909
WANTS TO FIND HIS FOLKS.
Mr. Alexander Buford who was
born in the Big Cove at the foot of
Big Mountain, and who left here before
or during the war, wants to find
some of his folks. Anyone who knows
of him will please write or call at the
January 7, 1908
WANTS TO FIND SISTER.
Mr. George Noels wants to find his
sister, Martha Noels. They parted
over forty years ago at Pine Bluff,
Ark. She went to Tuscumbia, Ala.,
He lives at Fithugh, Ark.
January 26, 1905
WANTS TO FIND HER RELATIVES.
Mrs Sarah Daniels of DeFuniak
Springs, Fla., writes: "At the time
of the war I had three brothers and
a sister who were carried from South
Carolina to Alabama by a white
Methodist preacher by the name of
Ledbetter. They were named respectively,
Hezekiah, William Capers,
Robert and Laura. I shall be…
September 6, 1895
I desire to find my mother and sister,
who use to belong to Mr Angelo Steele.
My mother's name was Sarah Steele and
and my sister's, Harriet Steele. I was
carried from Huntsville to Canton, Miss.
during the war and have never seen or
heard from them until my return
to Huntsville, Aug. 20th in search of
them where I learn that my…
February 28, 1896
Wanted To Find His Foiks.
I wish to learn of the whereabouts of
my folks. My father was name Dickson;
brother name Edmond Anderson;
sisters named Polly, Dinah and Rachel
Anderson. Sister Polly married a man
by the name of John Anderson.
I came from South Carlina when I
was 19 years of age and stayed 2 or 3
years in Green county…
July 16, 1897
Mrs. Alice Young, Washington, D. C.,
wants information of her mother, Mrs.
Candace Quinn, and her sisters, Mrs. Ella
Barby and Mrs. Missouri Walker. All
lived in this county when last heard from.
Leave word at the Journal office.
March 6, 1896
Wantes Information of Her Son.
Mrs Jane Drake, who formerly be-
longed to Mr Shanklin wants informa-
tion of her son,John Gardner. She last
saw him in Nashville, Tenn., in the lat-
ter part of 1864. Address Mrs Jane
Drake care The Journal. tf
March 29, 1906
Information is wanted of Mr Ed
Gholston, who left this place for Keyton
and has not been heard from since,
he was in good standing with this lodge
here. His wife fears he has met with
foul play! Any information will be
thankfully received by R. M. Moore,
W. M., of Cripus Attucks Lodge, No.
122. Wire me at Dale…
April 20, 1900
Wanted Information of my Folks.
I want to find my people. We
came from South Carolina to Green
county, Ala., about 5 years before
the war. My mother was Milly Gil-
lam, and she died in South Carolina.
My father's name was Dick Gillam,
afterwards Dick Anderson. He
married again and his second wife
was named Fanny. I am the only