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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.

A coachman in Columbus, OH, and his brother, a minister, found their elderly father in Washington, DC, in 1883. They had been sold apart from each other before the Civil War. (Their names are not given in the newspaper article. Additional research is…

Hampton was sold away from her mother, in Richmond, Virginia, during the Civil War.

Forbes and his mother were sold in Maryland in 1850, to Green Andes, and taken to Mississippi. Forbes' parents: George Henry Forbes and Henrietta Forbes. Grandparents: Barney and Winnie Moore.

Thomas Sheals is searching for his mother, three cousins, and wife.

Rev. John Mayo searching for his wife's sister, Patience Sophia Manning, and the sister's mother and grandmother.

Silas Johnson searching for his mother, Passion; brother, Issac; sister and brother-in-law, Martha and Joe Hinds; sister-in-law Lucy; and nephew Silas.

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…

Rev. J.J. Turner searching for his mother, Maria; brother Zachariah Taylor; and sisters Mary, Sarah, and Dollie Ann.

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.

Agnes Harden searching for her siblings: John, Wash, Jim, Dudley, Mary, Harriet, Mealia, and Frances.

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Sophy Bailey, Savannah, GA, searching for her father, Jeff Taylor, brothers, and sisters, King William County, VA

Lucy Kirby, of Norfolk, VA, searching for her son Richard Kirby aka Dick Kirby. Sold two years before the Civil War.

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Mimey Grigsby searching for her children, sold from the estate of Lucius Dixon, Fauquier County, VA, in 1844

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Harriet Dupree seeking information of her father, David Brannomn, who she last saw in Georgia.

Rev. Geo. A. Payne searching for his parents Walter and Sarah, grandmother Gracia, uncle Tobe, and unnamed siblings.

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Cal Strong, formerly Strong Carter, seeking information of his sister, Manda.
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