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James Marriot, from Jamaica W.I., was last heard from five years ago in Nevada. His mother just moved to San Francisco and wishes to hear from him.

Sarah Johnson seeking information about her son, Wm. Henry Wilson, who travelled to San Francisco, California with a gentleman named Fawcett.

Andrew Dennis and Richard (Dick) Dennis were last seen six years ago in Coweeche County, Georgia. They may have joined the Union army. Their mother, brother, and sister are residing in California and wish to hear from them.

Margaret Stone seeking information about her son, Benjamin Stone, who when last heard from was in California.

Catherine Jackson searching for her children Mary Ann Ringo, America and Henry Thompson, Susannah and Eleanor Darby, and Harrison Kane who left Missouri with Mr. Marsh in 1852.

Richard Starkey seeking information about his son, Alexander Starkey, who was last seen in Richmond where he was sold to a southern trader in 1864.

Richard and Sarah Ann Reynolds seeking information about their son, Wm. A. Reynolds, who was last heard from two years ago while "teaming" from Sacramento across the mountains.

Mahala Smith searching for her daughter, Martha Clemens, who lived with Dr. Clemens, near Keatstown, MO, and left there during the Civil War.

Preston Pagitt searching for his wife Ann Pagitt and their children John Alexander Calhoun, Casandra Jane McDaniels, and Mary Lydia Frances. They were taken from near Liberty, Virginia, to Alabama, ten years ago [ca. 1857].

Frank Waters, of Baltimore, Maryland, was searching for his son, John Waters, who was in the 4th Regiment U.S. Colored Troops.

Susan Howard searching for her son Billy Howard, age about 19, who left Kingston, Georgia, in the spring of 1864.

William Snyder, age 12, left his home in Harrisburg, PA, in August 1868 to go to Sunday school. Has been missing for over a week.

Brice, age eight, lost or stolen in Baltimore, MD, in 1866 [one year after the Civil War].

James Sanders left Cambridge or Castle Haven, Dorchester County, MD, in January 1870.

Patsey Spotsey searching for her daughter Millie Spotsey who left Jackson Morten's farm in Orange County, VA, where her parents lived, "when quite a small child." Ad placed in 1871, during Reconstruction. [Race is not indicated, but the veiled…

Carolina Thomas searching for her son Aron Thomas who was enslaved by Lucinda Cutler in Dinwiddie County, VA.

Robert Johnson searching for his son George Henry Johnson who left Concordia Parish, Louisiana, in 1872.

Martha Hunt seeking information about her son William Talbert who was sold by Henry Patterson in 1852.

Frederick Frazier seeking information about the whereabouts of his children who were supposed to be in Washington, D. C.

General, age about 10, was stolen from the market wharf in New Bern, NC, the previous Friday. In 1869, during Reconstruction.

Perry Alexandria Wayman, age 10 or 11, went missing in Baltimore, Maryland, in June 1867.

Sam Spoons/Sam Spoons Blakely was son of John Spoons/John Spoons Blakely, private of Co. B., 15th U.S.C.T.[Ad is presumably related to a Civil War pension application].

Hiram left Montpelier, Vermont, nearly 20 years ago [ca 1823]. He was in New Orleans when last heard of. His mother placed this antebellum ad in 1843.

Kesia Able searching for her daughter, Frenes Taylor, who, when last heard from, was in Richmond, Virginia.
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