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  • Tags: migration (north)

New National Era. Washington DC September 29 1870 copy 2.jp2
Henry Green, Sr. searching for his son, William Green, who left Beaufort, SC, for New York, with a U.S. army officer in 1865.

Alexander Robinson died in Boston and left an estate. C.G. Morgan is searching for the relatives of Robinson to claim this estate.

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Burill Mundy searching for his father, Richard Mundy; mother, Jennie Lewis; sisters Lucy and Sallie; and brother Arthur and Temple.

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Ellen Dixon searching for her son. He went to New York with a Union regiment. Includes transcription of memorandum written by former master, John T. Bloxham, during the Civil War, when John Dixon left.

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Jane (Oats) Friarson searching for her son, Anthony Oats, who she saw last at Bear Creek at David Oats' place. David Oats enslaved them both.

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James Hill, Richmond, VA, searching for his parents, Archer Hill and Julia Hill, who followed the army from Staunton, VA, in 1863. Has heard they are now in Ohio.

Susan A. Grandy, New York, NY, searching for her brother, Caesar Nash Grandy, who recently came from Norfolk, VA, by steamer

Alex Capron searching for Helen Jefferson, who recently came to New York by steamer

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Jeannette Holden searching for her brother, who traveled from New Bern, NC to New York in September 1870 by steamer

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Nelson Hart, Chicago, Illinois, searching for his sister, Harriett Shipley. She went up Mississippi River from St. Louis, MO, with a number of other "contrabands." Supposed to be in Minnesota.

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

Mary Ellen (Willliams) Chapman searching for her parents Emily and Henry Williams; sister Sarah; brothers James and George; uncles George, James and Philip Roots; aunt Ellen Roots; and grandparents George and Sarah Roots.

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Ann Williams, Harrisburg, PA, searching for son Daniel Williams, sold at Martinsburg, VA

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Eliza Cooke looking for son Greenwood Cooke

S.D. Ripley, on the behalf of George Washinton, is looking for his family: parents George and Rachel, brothers Daniel, John, Isaac, and Jesse, sisters Jane, Lucy, and Louise. They were known by the last name Patterson in slavery.

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Mary Pollard seeking information of her relatives.

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Annie Sloan Powers seeking information of her family, who she last saw in 1865.

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Martha Walker is looking for her son George Walker

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Widow of Charles Harris, Sr. (in care of Edward U. A. Brooks) seeking information of Charles and Louisa Harris.

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Henry Jackson seeking information of his niece, Evelina Evans.

An unnamed party is searching for their mother Nancy Dozier, sister Alice, and uncle Joseph Moore.
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