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- Newspaper: The Christian Recorder (Philadelphia, PA)
December 15, 1883
Exchanges Please Copy.
I, Horace Richards, born in King and
Queen County, Virginia, am anxious to
hear something of some of my relatives,
whom I have not seen for forty years.
My mother’s name is Senior Richards;
father’s, Warner Richards; brothers’,
Louis and Arthur; my sister’s name is
Martha Ann Richards. Any infor-
mation of the above…
March 14, 1889
INFORMATION WANTED CONCERNING my father, Joseph Mias He used to live in Gainesborough, Tenn., and then he left there for Nashville, Tenn., where we left him; but since then heard that he moved to Birksille, Ky. He is an old experienced blacksmith. He had four of us children: Rosette, Amanda, Hannah and Joseph. We were brought from him by Mahala…
February 14, 1889
INFORMATION WANTED OF STEPHEN PEMBROKE.
Stephen Pembroke once resided in Hagerstown, Md., but later somewhere near New York City, where he died several years ago. We desire to know the exact date and place of his death. Address CHRISTIAN RECORDER.
April 28, 1887
INFORMATION WANTED OF MY
mother and two brothers. My name is
Brown Jones, I belonged to Hightower. I
came from North Carolina when about six
years of age. Mr. Hightower sold me to
Jones. My mother's name was Frankie
Hightower. She came to Missouri also. I
was taken to Texas during the war. I left
my mother in Webster county,…
January 3, 1884
I WANT TO FIND A COMRADE WHO SERVED
in the same regiment in the late war,
with William Bouy, he enlisted in Wash-
ington, D. C., in the summer or fall of 1863
Served in Virginia. Addre-s, John C.
Bender. St. Joseph, Mo., or William Bouy,
No. 175 9 h Ave., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
January 9, 1866
Of George Wedge, late of Capt. Herberts Co.
G, 6th Regt. U. S. C. I. Any information of
where he can be addressed will be to his advantage.
H. J. COVELL,
Late Major 6th U. S. C. I., Jefferson, O.
Charlotte Ann Davis (formerly Charlotte Ann Carlisle) searching for her children Sarah, Carloss, Easter, Jane, Frank, and Margaret
March 30, 1882
MR. EDITOR --- I wish to find my
children Sarah, Carloss, Easter,
Jane, Frank and Margaret.
Margaret, the youngest, was three
years old when I left her, living
with Henry Carloss, in Chickasaw
county, I was sold to Columbus
Williams, whose brother carried
me to Memphis, Tennessee, and
sold me to Capt. Sam Bullington.