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August 5, 1865
Information is wanted of Mrs. Nancy Massy.
She was born and raised in Gochland County,
Va. She was owned, about fifteen years ago, by
John Mickey. Her name before marriage was
Nancy Brown. Any one who can give any in-
formation in regard to her is requested to ad-
dress, Sergeant OLMSTED MASSY,
July 3, 1869
Information wanted of Mary Ann
and Nicodemus Johnston. When last heard
from they were in Germantown, Philadel-
phia, Pa. Address Wm. Johnston, Corp.
Co. "H" 38th Infantry, Fort McRae, New
February 10, 1881
INFORMATION WANTED OF MY AUNT,
Mrs. Mary Highgate. I have not seen
her since I left home with the Forty-first U.
S. troops, and am very anxious to hear from
her, as I may be able to learn what became
of my people. Any information will be
gladly received. Address
Care of W. J. Friar, Esq.,…
October 5, 1893
INFORMATION WANTED --
Any one knowing the whereabouts
of Orderly-Sargeant Peter R. Laws,
of Company I, 55th Massachusette
Volunteers, and Sargeant James H.
Matthew of the same company, will
kindly forward information to J. T .
Rex, 15 Veasey Street, Newark,
N. J. The matter is important to
August 30, 1883
INFORMATION WANTED OF PETER R.
Laws, orderly seargent of Co. C. 55th regi-
ment Mass. Colored Volunteers. Any per-
son knowing his whereabouts will please
address at an early date, Benjamin Butler,
private soldier Co. C., 55th regiment Mass.
Col. Vol., Pontiac, Livingston Co., Ill.
April 17, 1867
OF MY SON WM. PASCAL MCGEE, and two daughters, Isabella and Easter Fanny McGee. My son was in 2d Kansas Colored Infantry, Company H. Any information concerning either of them will be thankfully received. I was formerly a servant of Mrs. Jane Gillespie, of Louisville, Tenn, Address JANE MCGEE
mar20[undecipherable] Box 227,…
September 14, 1866
INFORMATION WANTED. -Information is
wanted as to the whereabouts of William
Hamilton, a former member of Co. H, 45th
Penn'a colored troops. Any one knowing
anything concerning the missing man will
confer a favor on his friends by addressing
Robert James, Greencastle, Franklin co.,
May 4, 1889
Information wanted by Miss Fannie
Ford concerning Granderson Washington,
who was cook at the Colored Camp
Fremont, near Washington, D.C., in
1862. Address, Mrs. Fannie Brown,
care of THE APPEAL, Chicago, Ill.
January 7, 1868
ANY INFORMATION OF DANIEL
WRIGHT, colored, who was employed in the 45th
Pennsylvania Regiment, and who left Charleston in
1862, will be thankfully received. Address
Box 293, Charleston P. O.
January 6, 3*
February 9, 1906
WANTED.-Information as to the address of Moses Ballard, or heirs if he is dead. He was a colored man and served in the 123rd U.S. Col. Inf., and address was Lincolntown [Lincoln County], KY., in 1865. Small recovery can probably be made. Address Harvey Spalding & Sons, Washington, D.C.
January 9, 1866
Of George Wedge, late of Capt. Herberts Co.
G, 6th Regt. U. S. C. I. Any information of
where he can be addressed will be to his advan-
tage [advantage]. H. J. COVELL,
Late Major 6th U. S. C. I., Jefferson, O.
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.
March 15, 1902
Do You Know Them?
I desire to know the whereabouts of
John Taliaferro, Major Wooldridge, Den-
nis [Dennis] Minor, who was in Co. B, 119 Reg-
iment [Regiment], which was made up at Camp
Nelson, Kentucky, and was discharged
at Louisville, Ky. Also John Clark,
Walker Clark and Lewis Clark, who
were in the same company and regi-
March 12, 1891
FOUND AT LAST.
A former Slave, Now in Ohio, Hears From
His Long-Lost Mother.
SPRINGFIELD, O., March 11, - After 40 years'
separation William H. Todd, an ex-slave at
Washington Court House, Fayette county, has
discovered the whereabouts of his mother, now
100 years old, living at Macon, GA., through a
letter received last night. …
Roxy Garnet looking for her aunts Mrs. Lucy Byrd and Mrs. Kitty Roberson, as well as Miss Sadie Roberts
August 1, 1914
Do You Know Them?
I would like to locate my aunts,
Mrs. Lucy Byrd and Mrs. Kitty Ro-
berson [Roberson], also Miss Sadie Roberts. Mrs.
Byrd lived at one time at 928 West
Leigh St., Richmond, Va. and Mrs.
Roberson at 1114 1-2 W. Moore St.
Miss Sadie Roberts lived near Second
and Byrd Sts. In 1899 she lived in
Newport News, Va. I think…
September 3, 1892
I should be pleased to know the whereabouts
of Mrs. Anna M. Pope She was formerly in
Augusta, Ga. Her name before she was married
was Miss Anna M. Williams. She married James
Pope, of Agusta. Any information concerning
her whereabouts will be thankfully received by
Edward A. Robinson, Co., C., 24th, Infantry,
October 1, 1892
Any one furnishing information where a
comrade of Co. "E" 26th Regiment of U.S. Col. Vol.
Infantry, and who knew William Fox of Kentucky
can be found will receive reward by
addressing Mrs. Henrietta Wilson, 1215 East
Forest avenue. Maysville, Ky.
April 19, 1868
By Celia Gamby, of Baltimore,
Maryland, of her son Asbury Gamby.
Since enlisting, however, in the
seventh United States colored regi-
ment he has gone by the name of As-
bury Bright. The last news of him
was that he had started with his regi-
ment from Texas to Baltimore via New
July 27, 1906
OF THE WHEREABOUTS OF ROBERT
GIDEON. He was born in or near the town of
Harrisonville, Cass County, Mo. He was a slave and
at the out-break of the war enlisted in the First Kansas
Colored Infantry, and served until the close of the war. He
may have went by the name of Rhine or McAfee, having
been owned by both…
March 21, 1866
WANTED—INFORMATION—My wife, NAN-
CY [NANCY] WATSON, colored woman, and two chil-
dren [children], George, aged 9 or 10, and Jane, aged 4 or 5, ar-
rived [arrived] in Louisville, Ky., last summer. They were
from Avoyelle Parish, La., near Marksville. We
all belonged to Mr. Cornelius Voris. I have not
heard one word from them since…
August 7, 1903
Henry Tolliver, a leading citizen, living at 1413 Fremont street is about to start on a trip to Leavenworth, Kans., to visit his aged father, whom he has not seen since he was sold on the slave block over a half century ago, at the age of 9 years. The father is a man of remarkable age and according to a son…
December 3, 1885
Joseph A. Riker, colored, son of Peter and Mary A. Riker, of this place, served in Harris Light Infantry in 1862 and 1863, and Co. B, Fifth regiment Massachusetts colored cavalry from January 6, 1864, to October 31, 1865. He served in the army of the Potomac until after the surrender of Lee, when his regiment was ordered to…
December 11, 1886
Information Wanted. I desire the address of a few soldiers of the 44th Regiment Colored Infantry in the late war. Will make it to the interest of such soldiers to address me as follows; Thaddeus Scott, Danville, Ala.