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January 5, 1899
Information wanted of my son,
Birome Glimore, who was born in
Copiah co., Miss., on Harris Gil-
more's plantation. His mother is
dead; her name was Easter Gil-
more. The last time I heard from
him, he was at Omega, West Vir-
ginia. I have bought a very nice
little plantation, and being 80 years
old, am unable to take care of it.
December 26, 1863
Can any person inform me of the whereabouts
of Miss Rebecca Dowden, of Philadelphia, for-
merly of Baltimore, Md.? She has been residing
in Philadelphia. Her sister-in-law, Mrs. Eliza-
beth Field, died in Woodstown, N. J., about
three years ago. Her daughter, Harriet Dow-
den, is deceased. The estate of the parties is…
June 22, 1899
Information wanted of Lewis
Kelley, who belonged to Joseph
Brooks, Bullitt Co., Ky., and at his
death be became the property of
Neal Brooks, the son, He became
the husband of Chloe Brooks, who
belonged to Joseph Brooks. She
died many years ago. From their
union five children were born; Lew-
is, Mary, Minerva, Martha and
July 28, 1866
Frederick Williams, late landsman on board
United States steamer "Sarah Bruin." will hear
of something to his advantage, by sending the
name of the street and number of his residence
in Charleston, South Carolina, to
Wm. P. Powell,
No 2 Dover Street, New York…
John Granston and Albert Thurston Robinson searching for their parents, with the help of Susan Trueblood
November 2, 1867
Canton, Ind. Oct. 19, 1867
John Granston and Albert Thurston Robin-
son, aged respectively 16
and 13 years, were sent from Missouri to
Kentucky in the year 1863, Andrew Robin-
son, of Clay County, Missouri, was the own-
er of the boy's father, Cayed Robinson,
whose wife, Frances was owned by Whiten
Drew, of the same…
November 9, 1867
Information wanted of the whereabouts
of Miss Drusa (Drusilla) Nupper, (colored.)
who, before the war, was living with, and
belonged to Mrs. Margaret A. Crawford, of
Stanton, Va. Her father's name is Robert
R. Nupper, and her mother's name Matilda.
Letters should be directed to
RICKLEY & BRO ,…
January 25, 1868
Of my sister Nancy. She was last in
Florence, Alabama. She belonged to a man
by the name of Lewis Marks, and when he
died she became the property of some of his
children. Also of my brother Clemen. I
should like to hear also of my sister Han-
nah, from whom I was separated some 45
years ago, at Petersburg, Va.…
September 25, 1869
Information wanted of my sisters Margery
and Mahala Cannon, and Stephen Cannon, my bro-
ther. They belonged to Jos. Neil. Margery fell
to his daughter Eliza Ann Robison. All of Sea-
ford, Del. I left Delaware 35 years ago, since
which time I have heard nothing definite. They
were sold South. Any information please address
June 18, 1870
Information is wanted by the undersigned,
concerning one Emily Helms, or if dead her
heirs; she was the daughter of Matilda
Whiteworth, by her first husband, Lewis
Helms. Said Lewis and Matilda Helms,
were formerly of Nashville, Tennessee, or
its immediate neighborhood, from which
place, Emily Helms was sold, when she was
October 22, 1870
Information wanted of the where-
abouts of Cornelia Johnson, wife of
William Johnson. He died in Tren-
ton, N.J., September 29th, 1870.
She will hear something for her
benefit by calling immediately at
Christenia Riters, Trenton, N.J.
Supposed to be in Washington, D.C.
Ministers please publish.
2ts - Oct. 22.
May 27, 1871
About twenty years ago Franklin
Farra and Sarah Farra, children of
Henry Farra, who lived in Fayette
county, Kentucky, were taken to Mis-
souri, by a family named McDaniel or
McDowell, and have not been heard
from since. Their father is dead, leav-
ing them or their children some pro-
perty ; and I desire, as Executor of…
April 22, 1897
John Cole and Alfred Simmons,
will hear something to their advan-
tage if either or both of them will
write the undersigned. When last-
heard of Mr. Cole kept a boarding-
house near Brooklyn Bridge, N. Y.
A.. Cockfield, North Bruxton,
June 28 1877
Martha M. Bass of Fayette Iowa, is desirous
of knowing the whereabouts of one George
M. Graham. His father was Rev. Allen E.
Graham, who died in Chillicothe Ohio, about
24 years ago.
He will find something of interest to him to
make himself known--if still alive.
January 1, 1880
INFORMATION WANTED OF HENRY
and Sally Carey, children of Burrel
Carey. They formerly belonged to a man
by the name of Wm. Robinson who lived
near Woodville, Rappahannock Co., Va.
Wm. Robinson sold them to a man by the
name of James A. Menafee of the same lo-
cality. It is said that they were sent to the
South during the war. Sally Carey is…
September 2, 1880
ANY PERSON KNOWING OF THE
whereabouts of George Hawkins, a son
of Elijah Hawkins, who lived with his
father in Albany, N. Y. up to the year 1860,
will confer a great favor on his brother,
Henry Hawkins, by writing to the Rev. L.
D. W. Smith, minister of the B. M. E.
Church, Chatham, Ontario, Canada
January 5, 1893
INFORMATION WANTED--of his
sister by A. B. Townsend of St. Louis
Mo.. She was reported as married to a
man by the name of Thomas Bush.
There was a small legacy left her. Any
information will be thankfully received.
August 18, 1881
INFORMATION WANTED OF MY RELA-
tives. My father's name is Henry Cole
man; mother's name, Eliza; my sisters'
names, Sealy, Hannah, Caroline and Eliza-
beth. My name is Francis. My mother
has more children younger than me, two
boys and one girl. I do not know their
names. We all belonged to Joseph Arthur.
He got broke, and my mother and all…
August 10, 1882
INFORMATION WANTED OF MY WIFE
Charlotte Guinn, and child, I left them
in Baltimore, Md , about 35 years ago. She
belonged to lawyer Copeny Jenkins at that
time. My name was Francis Guinn. I now
go by the name of Robert Green. A know
ledge of their whereabouts will be of valu-
able interest to them Address Rev. T A.
Cuff Bristol, Pa., or…
December 28, 1882
INFORMATION WANTED OF MY SON,
Charles Handy, who left Long Branch,
New Jersey, about four years ago. Ad-
dressing me at Long Branch, N. J., he will
hear something to his interest.
SAMUEL H. HANDY,
August 30, 1883
INFORMATION WANTED OF DANIEL WILK-
erson, or Daniel McCollough, and Sarah Jane
Walker, of Newberne, North Carolina, who went
to Philadelphia in the year 1867 to live. If living
I want them to write to me at once, and they will
hear something to their advantage. Address,
Cicero Augustus Wilkerson,
July 1, 1886
INFORMATION WANTED OF ANY OR
all of the following persons by their
brother, Jacob French-Stewart, namely :
Moses French, Fanny French, Nancy French
and Sally French. Those are my whole
sisters and brother. My mother, viz., Ma-
tilda French, had her second husband be-
fore I came away, which was about the
year 1839. Her name was then…
October 7, 1893
Do You Know Mr. Braxton.
HAGERSTOWN, MD, Sept. 9., '93.
Editor Jno. Mitchell, Jr.
Dear Sir: - A colored man named
William Braxton died here some two
years ago leaving a lost will, bequeathing
some money to his children by his
first wife, Susan, who are somewhere in
Virginia, I had heard in Louisa county,
then near Fredericksburg, then…
February 17, 1894
Do You Know Them?
Information is wanted of Henry
Hughes, who is said to live near Richmond.
His sister, Miss Sally Hughes, died recently
and important news awaits
the relatives. Some of her people are said
to live in Powhatan County. Address,
THE PLANET, Richmond, Va.
December 23, 1854
OF MRS. SIDNEY JACKSON, who left the
State of Pennsylvania, about the time that the
Fugitive Slave Law was passed, and who came
to Canada, leaving some property in the above-named
State. If she will call on or communicate
by letter with Robert Phillips, Centre St.,
Toronto, she will hear news of much…
September 22, 1894
Do You Know Them?
Wanted information as to the whereabouts
of the parents of Robert Jones.
He was killed in the mines at Franklin
near Seattle, Washington, and money is
due him by the company. Information
concerning him can be obtained at this
Address "G" 814 E. Broad St.