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- Newspaper: The National Tribune (Washington, DC)
October 26, 1905
WANTED—Address of Jim Smith, body servant
of Andrew Smith, Second Lieutenant, Co. H, 3d
Ark.; afterwards 56th U. S. C. T. "Important." Ad-
dress Eli Newsom, Soldiers' Home, Los Angeles, Cal.
June 4, 1891
WANTED—By George E. Lemon, Washington, D. C.
—The present address of Georgie Ann Brown
(colored), formerly of Natchez, Miss., widow of Leonard
Brown, Co. G, 5th U. S. H. A. Information of importance
to her awaits the above. 510-3t
November 17, 1892
WANTED—By Geo. E. Lemon, attorney, Wash-
ington, D. C.—The address of Sam Spoons, or
Sam Spoons Blakely, who received mail at Danville,
Tenn., and later at Kellysville, Tex.; son of John
Spoons, or John Spoons Blakely, late private Co. B,
15th U. S. C. T.
February 21, 1889
Joseph Taylor, Montrose, Va., wants the ad-
dress of Col. John H. Holeman, commanding
the 1st U. S. C. T. Comrade Taylor is a col-
ored man, and served in that regiment. His
health is now broken down, as a result of his
army service, and as yet he has been unable to
secure a pension.
December 8, 1892
Charles Ross, Co. H, 35th U. S. C. T., Bren-
ham, Texas, wants the name of the Surgeon or
Steward who assisted Dr. Warren to amputate
the arm of a rebel soldier of Co. G. 4th Ga. Re-
serve Guards, at Andersonville, Ga., in the
latter part of the Summer of 1864. Also the
addresses of the two paroled Union prison-
ers who attended in the…
August 29, 1889
Oral, W. Va., desires the addresses of any soldiers
who know anything pertaining to the time and
death of Edmond Dunmore (colored), who enlisted
from the State of Pennsylvania. —
August 29, 1889
—George G. Jameson, Ætna, Kan.,
would like to know the whereabouts of any mem-
ber of the 9th Kan. (colored) who was detailed to
carry the mail from Fort Smith to Fayetteville,
Ark., in June, 1864.—
September 22, 1904
WANTED-The Address of David D. Ficket, Cap-
tain, Co. D, 20th U. S. C. T., by Nelson Lewis,
Charles W. Grant searching for fellow servicemembers Lieut. F. L. Mittie, Sergeant Bakes, and John Grimes
April 11, 1907
WANTED--The addresses of Lieut. F.
L. Mittie and Serg't Bakes, both of
Co. H, 24th U. S. C. T. Address Chas. W.
Grant, Hospital, Farmhurst, Del.
WANTED--The address of Harry Mc-
Connell, Co. I, 83rd Regiment, Penn-
sylvania Volunteers. L. F. Lane, Mon-
July 28, 1904
WANTED--Name and address of any person who
served in U.S. Navy with Joseph Bell, colored,
who enlisted in March of April, 1863, at Camp Birney,
Md. Mrs. Winnefred Sanders, Box 254, Sewickley, Pa.
February 22, 1883
Thirty-two Years in Search of a Wife.
[From the N. Y. Sun]
Richard Zeigler, colored, residing in the State
of North Carolina, recently received tidings of
his wife, from whom he has been separated for
thirty-two years. He has been looking for her
ever since the war. She was sold by slave
traders and he gradually lost all trace of her…
June 28, 1900
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WANTED-The name and postoffice address of any
officer or enlisted man who knew Julian…
August 29, 1901
WANTED-Address of Capt. James H. Mathew, Co.
F, 66th Colored Vol. Inf: Lieut. Dallas Duval, Co.
F, 66th Colored Vol. Inf, 1864, '65. By Lewis Smith, col-
ored, formerly drummer boy of Co. F, 66th Colored Vol.
Inf., Weatherford, Tex.
Martha A. Washington searching for addresses of officers or enlisted men from husband's U.S.C.T. Civil War regiment
May 31, 1888
Martha A. Washington (colored), New Albany, Ind., wishes the names and present postoffice addresses of any officers or enlisted men of Co. B, 113th U.S.C.T., who remember her late husband, George Washington, of said company and regiment, and of his contracting rheumatism at or near Memphis, Tenn., in April, 1864.
December 30, 1909
WANTED----If any comrade knows the pres-
ent address of Lieut. J. C. Haskell, Co. B,
54th U. S. C. T., communicate with Rev. Geo.
Nichols, Box 315, Guthrie, Okla.
June 20, 1907
WANTED--Information. In 1862 Green
Baker, or Bruester, living near
Moscow, Fayette Co., Tenn. joined one
of the Tennessee colored regiments and
has never been heard from by his family.
Any of his comrades knowing his where-
abouts, either living or dead, or to the
organization he belonged, address his
sister, Catherine Bruester,…
November 5, 1908
The address of any comrade of Bur-
rell Harrison, a colored solider, who
was wounded at Milliken's Bend in
June, 1863, and died in hospital. It is
desired to ascertain whether Harrison
belonged to the 47th or 45th U. S. C.
T. Address Mack Thompson, Co. E,
National Military Home, Kan.
September 16, 1909
WANTED--Information as to company and
regiment of Ed. Moore, who enlisted in 1864
or 1865; said to have served in Co. B, 3d
Wis. Vols., for one year. Address Tyler Moore,
Box 138, Tallula, Miss.
May 6, 1909
The addresses of members of the 5th
U. S. C. Cav. who knew Edward Moore.
Said Moore left Rodney, Jefferson
County, Miss., late in 1863 or early in
1864. Address Tyler Moore, Tallula,
May 6, 1909
Information regarding Allen Clark, a
colored soldier, once a slave of Wm.
Clark, Orange County, Va., who was
killed in the civil war. He ran off from
slavery, and joined the Union army.
His son is anxious to learn his regiment
and all particulars possible. -- James M.
Ferguson, 655 Adams St., Steubenville,
April 2, 1908
A Colored Veteran.
S. T. Moore, Tallula, Miss., writes us
as to the case of Archibald Brown, of
Co. I, 64th U. S. C. T., who enlisted at
Davis Bend, Miss., in 1863, and was
mustered out at Vicksburg; but the War
Department said he deserted, and did
not serve until May 1, 1865. The facts
are that he came home, sick, with his
May 30, 1907
WANTED ---- Information of James Allensworth, who enlisted in 1863 or 1864 in Co. I, 16th U. S. C. Troops. His sister, Kate Johnson, 618 Upper 9th St., Evansville, Ind., would like to know whether he lost his life in the service, or, if not, his present address.
September 29, 1910
H. C. Brock, Pearl, Ill., would like to
hear from any of Co. K, 1st U. S. C. T.
April 29, 1909
WANTED--Comrades of Wheeler's Colored
Cavalry who knew Edward Moore, Co. B, 3d
Wis. Vols., First Division, -Second Brigade,
Twentieth Army Corps. He enlisted first
in Wheeler's Cavalry, in Georgia or the
Carolinas, in 1863 or 1864; then, January,
1865, he enlisted in the above regiment, to
write Tyler Moore, Box 138, Tallula, Miss.