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ST.LOUISREPUBLICAN_18760714_CLARK_JULIA.jpg
She and her brothers, Reubin and William Gibbins, were raised in Hopkins County, Tennessee. Her brothers were set free when John Gibbins died. Reuben went to Centralia, Illinois.

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Scott, from Humboldt, TN, is in Memphis. His wife and daughter had come to Memphis two months earlier, in August 1868, and he hopes to meet them there.

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Merrill arrived in Baltimore from Newtown, Maryland, in May 1867, during Reconstruction.

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William Volantine (now named William Robinson) was once a slave in Baltimore, now living in New Bedford, MA. He is searching for his brother, Joshua, who was also a slave in Baltimore and went to Philadelphia three years earlier [ca 1846]. An…

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Quindy Relf escaped from slavery. His wife and their five children were later manumitted in Virginia and went to Ohio. They are searching for him. An antebellum ad.

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Katie Hubbard's father left Jasper County, Mississippi, in 1867 [during Reconstruction]. He went to Mobile, Alabama, where he changed his name from Berket Doncler to Ben Berket.

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Mrs. Louisa Fry, of Pleasantville, NJ, finds her mother in Philadelphia. Had not seen her since they were liberated from a Virginia plantation at the end of the Civil War, 43 years earlier.

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Henry Green, Sr. searching for his son, William Green, who left Beaufort, SC, for New York, with a U.S. army officer in 1865.

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Unnamed woman searching for her daughter Lucy Gleed who lived with [belonged to] the widow Carter in Oakland, VA.

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Unnamed woman searching for her husband Henry Johnson. believes he is in Richmond, VA, and asks him to advertise his location in The Evening Star.

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Dr. Bonner, from City Point, VA, searching for his wife, Lucretia T. A. Bonner, who left Mason's Island (now Theodore Roosevelt Island, DC) in 1864, during the Civil War.

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Dave Stewart searching for his mother, Susan Dicikison; sister and brother-in-law, Jane Baker and John Cantle; and brothers Robert and Allen Cantle. He is also looking for his wife's mother Ardray Baker; her sisters Amanda and name unknown; and…

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Annetta Goodwin searching for her father Thomas Jones; brothers Charles, Drury Richard, and Robt, Jones; sisters Jennie Ales, Julia Francis Anderson, Kinnie Johnson, Susan Jones, and Leanna Bald; daughter Missouri; and unnamed granddaughter.

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Thomas Arthur Everick, New York, NY, searching for his parents and siblings, of Florida and then Winnsboro, SC area

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Lucinda Singletery searching for her mother, brother Joe, and her sisters Julia Ann Burns, Maria, and Mary. The family was separated through sale in January of 1865.

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Andrew Jackson Cook searching for his father, Robert Cook, who was a freed sometime before the Civil War.
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