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- Newspaper: The Loyal Georgian (Augusta, GA)
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…
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