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- Newspaper: The New York Herald (New York, NY)
February 10, 1865
INFORMATION WANTED--OF JANE WILSON, OF
Morrisania, Westchester county, who is supposed to
have gone to Philadelphia. She has a dark brown complexion,
about five feet five or six inches in height, decayed
teeth, one tooth gone in front upper jaw, dressed in black,
and had a boy fourteen years of age, about same complexion,
with a mark…
June 29, 1853
INFORMATION WANTED—OF GEORGE W. FRAN-
CIS [FRANCIS], a colored man, by profession a barber and hair-
dresser, and aged about thirty three years. He lived in New
Orleans in 1840 and travelled with Mr. Amos Rank, in Mis-
sissippi [Mississippi], Missouri, Alabama, and Tennessee, in 1837, '8, and
'9. His father was named Thomas…
November 11, 1864
INFORMATION WANTED--OF MICKEY BASHLOT,
Judy Bashlot and Katy Ginlack, mulatto children, aged
respectively 18, 15 and 17 years, who came from Denegal,
off Harris Neck, Georgia; last heard from were in New Jer-
sey [New Jersey]. Any information concerning them will be thankfully
received by their uncle, Adam Thomas, United States iron-
May 3, 1869
INFORMATION WANTED -- OF ALBERT YOUNG, ALIAS
Albert Cotton (colored), from Florida; stoops much; 25
years; was waiter last year at Long Branch; liberal reward
paid. 52 Cortlandt, near Greenwich street.
November 9, 1877
INFORMATION WANTED-OF ALBERT SMITH, colored, sister [brother?] of John, Ellen and Pantha Smith. Address PANTHA SMITH, box 159 Yonkers, N.Y., care of Mr. W.H. Baldwin.
September 27, 1870
GEORGE ROBINSON (COLORED), FORMERLY EM-
ployed by Mr. Blackburn, a barber, at Manchester, N.
H. Any information about him will be gladly received by
his mother. Address box 317 Elizabeth (N. J.) Post office.
May 1, 1869
INFORMATION WANTED--OF GEORGE AND AMANDA
Cash (colored), or of any of their children; when last
heard from lived near Yorktown, Va., with Roger Gregory,
in 1862. Any tidings will be thankfully received by their son,
Jesse Robertson, on board the U.S. receiving ship Vermont,
Brooklyn, N.Y. Richmond (Va.) papers please copy.
September 26, 1863
INFORMATION WANTED - OF A LITTLE COLORED Girl, named Sarah E. Johnson; any information of her whereabouts will be gratefully received by her brother, Wm. L. Johnson, at 201 West Twenty-second street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues.
November 23, 1869
Information Wanted. Missing, since Friday morning, a colored boy, aged eight years; had on a gray sack coat and snuff colored felt hat. Any information of his whereabouts will be rewarded and thankfully received by his father, at 65 Madison avenue.
June 7, 1854
INFORMATION WANTED--of George Demonet, A
colored boy, five years old, who is supposed to have
strayed from his home No. 73 Vandam street, about half-
past 11 o'clock on Monday morning last. He wore a redish
brown apron, a patent leather belt around his waist, and a
black velvet cap. Any information respecting him will be
December 27, 1867
Information Wanted--of Alvina Price, colored who left her home on Wednesday morning, at 10 o'clock. Any information concerning her will be thankfully received by her mother, Caroline B. Price, 209 West Fifteenth street, for two days.
July 1, 1873
INFORMATION WANTED - OF COLORED BOY, 12 years old, Richard Henry Banks; was at office 69 East Tenth street Saturday evening. Call on or address Mrs. JOHNSTON, 206 West Seventeenth street.
March 27, 1866
INFORMATION WANTED - OF WILLIAM DELLE-mare, a colored boy of 15 or 16 years. When last heard of was living in Westport, Conn. but is now somewhere in Brooklyn. Any information of his whereabouts will be thankfully received by James Dellemare, 25 Laurens street, rear building.
S. Harvey Thomas searching for Nancy Hazzard and Robert Hazzard or their heirs (2nd of 2 ads placed)
September 30, 1879
TO THE HEIRS OF GEORGE HAZZARD (COLORED), deceased. - Information is wanted concerning Nancy and Robert Hazzard (colored) or their heirs. The said Nancy and Robert were sold as slaves in Virginia many years ago. If they or their heirs can be found they may learn something to their advantage by applying to S. HARVEY THOMAS, 312 Walnut st.,…
January 5, 1870
INFORMATION WANTED--OF DIANA M'Donald (colored), formerly of San Francisco, Cal. Any information will be thankfully received by G. H. WILD, 491 Broadway or W. H. ALEXANDER, 1,407 Dupont street, San Francisco, Cal.
December 28, 1871
INFORMATION WANTED--OF CAESAR NASH GRANDY, colored; came to New York from Norfolk May 16, 1871,on the steamer Saratoga. A note to his sister, SUSAN A. GRANDY, care of N.M. Heal, No. 5 John street, New York, would be gladly received.
December 6, 1875
INFORMATION WANTED--OF A YOUNG COLORED man by the name of Joseph A. Roker, who has been a waiter in New York city. Any information will be thankfully received by his brother, the Rev. ZACHARIAH A. Roker, 69 West Thirty-sixth street.
August 22, 1873
INFORMATION WANTED--OF FRANCAIS WALKER,
colored, born in Salem, N. J. ; left New York 20 years
ago ; when last heard from was in Australia. Any
information concerning him will be thankfully received by
his aunt, ISABLLA CLARK, No. 8 Seventeenth street.
November 28, 1870
INFORMATION WANTED--OF MINGRO HERRING,
colored boy, 15 years old ; left Newbern, N. C., in
September, and came to New York on steamer Louisa Moore.
JEANNETTE HOLDEN, 32 Lawrence street, Brooklyn.
August 17, 1879
INFORMATION WANTED OF WESTLEY WRIGHT
(colored), body servant to General William McClain
during the late war. Address his sister, REBECCA
DATALIDE, 145 West 52d st. New York.
May 16, 1868
INFORMATION WANTED—OF DAN BUAIL (COLORED),
born near Culpepper Court house, Va.; he is 23 years of age.
Any information will be thankfully received by his brother,
Lewis Buail, Fort Stevens, Oregon.
September 11, 1873
INFORMATION WANTED—OF STEPHEN DENNIS
(colored), from Eastern Shore, Maryland, Caroline
county, owned by Serena Pelton, by his sister, Betsy
Dennis. Call at 314 West Forty-sixth street this week.