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- Newspaper: National Republican (Washington, DC)
October 20, 1865
INFORMATION WANTED OF SARAH
LEWIS, who formerly lived with Dr. P. H.
Cabell, in Selma, Dallas county, Alabama. Any
information in regard to her will be thankfully
received by her husband, JAMES LEWIS, at
HARRY MIDDLETON's, No. 527 Ninth street, between
the Canal and Pennsylvania avenue.
[Alabama papers please copy.] oct…
May 20, 1875
WANTED-INFORMATION IS WANTED
of the whereabouts of Solomon Jacobs, who,
prior to the war, was a slave of Daniel R. Mc-
Neal, of Hardy county, Virginia, and sold to
Southern traders. Any person having informa-
tion on the subject will favor his parents by ad-
dressing EMMANUEL and CAROLINE JACOBS,
Keyser, Wester Virginia. …
October 26, 1887
A Long Lost Son.
Any one knowing of the whereabouts of
John Dixon, colored, will confer a favor by
communicating with his mother, Ellen
Dixon, care of NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. The
following is from a memorandum made by
Mr. John T. Bloxham during the late war:
On Thursday, Aug. 8, 1861, in the evening,
about 4 o'clock; my negro boy,…
December 2, 1885
WANTED -- INFORMATION AS TO THE
whereabouts of my father and mother, Pompey
Williams and Susan Williams. Mr. William
Alberty, please give me some information of my
parents; you were the last person seen with them.
Address JERUSHA WILLIAMS, Fourth alley between
Congress and Jefferson sts., Georgetown, D.C.
September 12, 1862
NOTICE.––Information wanted of RACHEL
TAYLOR, colored, supposed to be employed
in the city of Washington, or vicinity, as a servant.
She was hired from the Old Capitol in June, by some
person residing in or near the city. Any information
in regard to her will be thankfully received by her
husband, John Taylor, and may be left at…