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- Newspaper: Georgia
REUNIO N.--Frederick Douglass, in
a letter to the "American Baptist,"
announces the arrival at Rochester of
his lost brother, Perry, and family.
The letter concludes as follows: "The
meeting with my brother, after nearly
forty years' separation, in an event altogether
too affecting for words to describe.
How unuterably accursed…
October 13, 1866
Information Wanted: Of Esther, who formerly belonged to Mr. Thomas Singleton, who formeryly lived in North Carolina. Her husband was named Theo Simmons. She had two sisters by the names of Darkus and Violet. Her daughter's name is Rachel, but was called Sidney, is living in Augusta, Ga. and is very anxious to hear of the whereabouts of her mother…
October, 13, 1866
Information Wanted: Of Richard, Martin, Lucy and Francis Nagles, who were carried from the trader's office, in Hamburg, SC., to Twiggs County, Ga., Mary Nagles who formerly belonged to Mr. Samuel Gilchrist, of Florida, and Harriet Nagles who was carried to New Orleans, by Mr. Edward Holawny about 20 years ago. Any information of the above parties…
August 4, 1888
I WISH to get the name and postoffice ad-
dress of any officer or man of Company E,
135th Regiment colored troops. Any person
who served with that company will confer a
favor on an old fellow soldier who is trying to
get a pension, by sending the information
asked for to HENRY SAFFOLD (colored), Pen-
March 18, 1883
ANY INFORMATION OF A COLORED PERSON
by the name of Fannie Williams, will be gladly
received by her sister Jennie Thomas, at 171
August 19, 1917
MR. AND MRS. JOHNNIE DILLARD, of Lynchburg, Va., wish to find their nine children, Mollie, Daniel, John, Millie, Tom-my, Malinda, Jimmie, Mauncy and Margaret Jane (all colored), who when last heard of were sold by negro traders. Write information to Mamie Stuart, rear of 355 Walnut street, Atlanta, Ga. Will pay all expenses.
November 20, 1900
INFORMATION WANTED of my son,
Willie Henry Hodges, who left Spencer,
N. C., in the month of August, last. I
fear some misfortune has befallen him.
As he left a wife sick, and said would
return in a few days, I can not believe my
son to be so heartless not to have
returned, could he have. Description: Light
brown skin, slightly…
March 10, 1866
Of Stepney Hartthorn, who formerly belonged
to Mrs Jas Gardner of this ciy - was sold in
August, 1864, to a gentleman living near
Wilmington, N. C. Any information of his
whereabouts will be thankfully received by his father
at This Office. RUBEN HARTTHORN
December 30, 1865
OF TONEY JOHNSON, who was sold
from John Hymen, of Clarksville, Halifax
county, near Roanoke River, N.C. Last heard
from, he was in Hobby, Alabama.
Any information regarding him, will be thank-
fully received at the office of this paper.
dec30 1 m KAMP JOHNSON.
December 30, 1865
OF MOSES WATKINS, who was sold
from W. Rob't Watkins. When last heard of
he belonged to Mr. Robert McWhorter, 5 miles
from Woodville on the Athens Branch Railroad
If he is living, he is about 20 years of age and
of dark complexion.
ABRAHAM WATKINS, of the same
family Last heard of, he…