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- Newspaper: Ohio
July 4, 1891
Where is Mrs Sarah Davis
And her two daughters? Mr Samuel
T. Davis would like to find his mother
and two sisters. Mr Davis was sold
from his parents before the war and
the last he heard of them was that they
were leaving a small town called Mt
Pleasant, Miss. for Pine Bluff Ark.
They are Mrs. Sarah Davis, Miss Ma-
February 27, 1892
Where is silas Mitchell*
Wanted to know the whereabouts of
Silas Mitchell, son of Mrs. Harriet
Mitchell, born in Northumberland
county, Va. He was taken from his
mother about the second year of the
late war. Any information as to his
whereabouts will be gladly received by
MISS HENRIETTS HUNT.
NEW PHILADELPHIA, O
September 27, 1890
Where are the Bonds.
Any person knowing the whereabouts
of Mary Bond or William Bond, who
five years ago lived on Ontario street,
will please send the information to their
daughter, Mannie F. Bond. Box 41,
Bethany, Brooke County, W. Va.
September 16, 1890
Any one having knowledge of Miss
Nettie Birley, daughter of Wm. Birley,
who moved from Detroit, Mich., about
1867 and is now supposed to be living
somewhere in Pennsylvania, will confer
a favor upon A. Goodwin, Missoula,
Montana, by informing him
April 19, 1890
Hunting for Relatives.
Mrs. Jackson desires to know the
whereabouts of her sisters and brothers;
Margaret, Barbery and Rebecca Gilbert.
Messrs. Thomas and William Gilbert,
Miss Anna Gilbert, married a Lewis
Jackson Address 72 Parkman street,
March 14, 1891
MRS. MARY JOHNSON writes the editor
of THE GAZETTE that she has found her
son Charles, whom she has not seen for
ten years, by advertising in this journal,
and adds: “THE GAZETTE is a great race
newspaper.” The general verdict.
February 21, 1891
Where is Charles Jackson?
BELLAIRE, O. – Mrs. Mary Johnson,
formerly Mrs. Jackson, would be glad
to receive any information relative to
her son, Charles Jackson. When last
heard of was in Canton, O. He left there
about a year ago. Born in New Lisbon.
Any thing as to his whereabouts will
be gladly received.
March 12, 1890
Where is His Brother?
PARIS, Ky.––I had a brother named
Harvey. We called him "Tandy Bangs"
I was small when he was sold by a man
named Jim Hall, at Lexington, Ky., in
1863. His mother's name is Mahale; a
sister. Sallie Williams and a brother, G.
W. Samuels. We would like to find out
where he is, if alive. We were all born
March 1, 1890
Where Are His Sisters?
Mrs. Jane Wade and two daughters,
Anna and Laura were separated from
husband and son in Fort Valley, Ga.,
about eighteen years ago. Father and
I were moved to Rome, Ga., and two
years later heard from my sisters and
mother, still in Fort Valley. My brother,
Frank died when quite small. I am the
March 8, 1890
Where is James Burnett?
HUBON, S. D.––EDITOR GAZETTE: I
hold the discharge of James Burnett, a
sergeant of Company "K," 102d U. S.
Colored Troops, who was mustered out
at Charleston, S. C., September 30, 1865.
He gave his discharge to me to keep in
Cincinnati in 1856, when we separated.
I have not heard from him since and
February 22, 1890
Where are Mother and Brother?
Any information leading to the where-
abouts [whereabouts] of Mrs. Mahaley Harris and
daughter, Celia Harris, or Burr Harris,
will be gratefully received by Ross A.
Harris, of Rixford, Pa., McKean County.
Mr. Harris thinks they were separated
at Wilmington, N. C., during the war.
He thinks he was born in…
November 30, 1889
AFTER THIRTY-TWO YEARS.
JACKSONVILLE, Ill. Anderson Banks
has returned from Lincoln, Neb., where
he was just finished an eight weeks’
visit with his newly found brother In
1857, four years before the opening of
the civil war, the father and mother of
Mr. Banks, with their twelve children,
were the property of Mr. Charles Yancy,
August 14, 1873
Wedding After Forty Years of
Our town is all agog this morning
over the wedding that is to be celebrated
in a day or two between Aunt
Vina Johnson, an old colored lady of
our place, and a former husband,
from whom she has been separated
for forty years. Forty-three years
ago Aunt Vina was the slave of a Mr.
July 26, 1884
Exchanges Please Copy.
To the Editor of Gazette:
Mrs. Kate Smith (nee) Washington of Akron, desires to find the whereabouts of her mother, who, she thinks, resides in Zanesville (or was there when last heard of). The name of her mother is Ann Washington, who gave her daughter to white people to raise when one year old. Any information will be…
June 15, 1889
Hunting For His Brother. Franklin, O.-- Rev. L. Gray and wife are in Dayton.--Miss Elizabeth Scott of Xenia, is here.-- Miss Lena Ferguson is in Springsboro.--Mrs. Thomas is ill.-Rev. Seymour preached Sunday.--Miss Ollie Thomas is visit-ing in Lockland.--Richard Tillman Gooden, of this place, formerly a slave living near Charleston, Penard County,…
February 2, 1884
Exchanges Please Copy. J. William Bailey, born in Greensborough, Gilford County, N.C., would like to hear from some of his relatives, whom he has not seen for many years. His mother's name was Nancy Bailey; brothers, Edward, James and Rufus Bailey; uncles, John and Henry Ash. Any information of the above will be thankfully received. Address Wm.…
May 24, 1884
--Exchanges will please copy: Mrs. Rosetta Shotwell, of No. 8 Meridan street, Chicago, would like to learn of the whereabout of her son, Auctavious Audwine, who was born in Macon, Ga. Last account of him he was in New Orleans, La., in the year of 1872. Any information as to his whereabouts will be thankfully received at the above named number.
August 21, 1886.
Can You Help Him?
Chas. Leekins, of New Alexandria, Jefferson County, O., desires information of his sister’ children, who, he thinks are now living in Point Pleasant, W. Va. His sisters’ names were Jamia and Maria Wagner. They belonged to Andrew Wagner. Any information will be thankfully received. Address CHAS. LEEKINS, New Alexandria, O.
February 5, 1887
Any information concerning the whereabouts of Daniel W. Jackson will be thankfully received by his sisters, Mrs. Hattie Pratt, Meadville, Pa., and Mrs. Rebecca Reed, 473 Sterling avenue. Cleveland, O.
August 25, 1888
Do You Know? Any information of James, or Jake Hudelston, formerly of Overton County, Tenn., will be thankfully received by Mrs. Mary Grace, Lockland, Hamilton County, O., wife of James and mother of Jake.
February 11, 1883
INFORMATION wanted of the whereabouts of
George Coates, who belonged to Charles Handsome
Coates, in Bowling Green, Ky.; when last
heard of he was in Clarksville, Tenn. Any information
of his whereabouts will be gladly received
by his mother, MILLIE SCOTT, 141 Longworth
August 21, 1880
INFORMATION wanted of the whereabouts of
Chas. Hazard (colored), his wife, Rachel Ann
Hazard, and his son, Wm. Henry Hazard; Charles
Hazard was a free man; his wife was owned by John
Ridgely, of Hampton County, Maryland, and some
thirty years ago was sold to Tom Cockey; also of
my son, Wm. Henry Levi. Please address any information
August 20, 1880
INFORMATION wanted of the whereabouts of my son,
Wm. Henry Levi (colored), who left his home
in Talladega, Ala., some nine years ago. His
mother was owned by Theodore Levi, of the above
place. Any information addressed to MARIA
ADAIR, No. 1 Plum st., Cincinnati, Ohio, will
be received with thanks. Alabama papers please
October 17, 1867
Two brothers, colored, met in the streets of Cincinnati, last Sunday, after a separation of sixty years. Their names are Joshua and Solomon Collins. They were both formerly slaves in Fleming county, Virginia. Joshua bought his freedom in 1849, and re-moved to Cincinnati, where he has since resided. Solomon ran away from his master, then living in…
January 23, 1879
Special to the Star.
LOUISVILLE, Jan. 23.---Jack Corkley, col-ored porter of the Short-line, has returned from Louisiana, where, after an separa-tion of forty years, he found his mother. She was sold as a slave when Corkley was a year old.