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- Newspaper: The Colored American (Washington, DC)
November 25, 1899
Mr. J. Sims, of Capitol Hill, is rejoicing
over the arrival his two sisters from
Mississippi, from whom he was separated
on the outbreak of the Civil War,
and only ascertained their whereabouts
a few months ago.
March 26, 1904
DO YOU KNOW HIS ADDRESS?
A subscriber wants to know the
present whereabouts or address of
Mr. Robert Mansfield, who at one time
lived on 15th St., in this city, and was
head waiter at Palm Beach, Fla. This
information will be cheerfully received
at this office.
May 17, 1902
WANTED―To know the whereabouts of
David Walker, who is a sailor by occupation and
lives or did in Boston, Mass., up until a few years
ago. He was an ctive Mason and belonged to the
Blue Lodge No. 4 or 5. The colored Masons in
Boston will please make inquiries. Information
sent to William Walker, 131 First St. S. W. …
September 13, 1902
WANTS TO FIND BROTHERS
Mr. J. R. W. Johnson writes from Rapid City, South Dakota, inquiring the whereabouts of his brothers, William H., Clinton, and Edward Johnson. He has lost his wife and two sisters in recent months, and is in straitened circumstances, his health having failed. He would be glad to receive any information that may lead to…
May 24, 1902
I would like to know the whereabouts of Mr. Thomas J. Steward an old soldier of the 14th R. I. Heavy Artillery of Providence. When last heard from he was working in the Treasury Department at Washington, D. C. gratefully received by J. E. Johnson, 73 Summer street, Providence, R.I.
Georgiana Berry seeking the name of husband's Civil War company, for her Civil War widow's pension application
August 24, 1901
COLORED VETERANS, ATTENTION!
Is there any one who can give me the name of the colored company that was made up in the month of May in Grand Gulf Miss., in 1862? My husband was a member of that company. His name was John Berry. Since his death I have forgotten the name of the company and so cannot send application for pension until I find out the…
September 6, 1902
Please Help Me Find My Brother
Saunk Joyce was sold in Mecklenburg, Virginia several years before the civil war to Cunnigan a Negro trader. His mother. Willie, was a slave on the Joyce plantation. He had One sister Betty, who is very anxious to find hlm. Any information will be gladly received.
MRS. BETTY REYNOLDS.
44 Parker street, Atlanta,…