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  • Tags: searching for former enslaver

Fanny Strong searching for her parents Joe and Sallie and her siblings Sucky, Dollie, Rachel, Joseph, and Green. Mrs. Mary Anderson enslaved Strong's family.

William Body left Virginia in 1846. He formerly belonged to Collins Stokes and asks that if any of the Stokes children know the whereabouts of his brothers, that they contact him.

Burton is in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1900, searching for her father, Mat Burton, her mother, Milinda Burton, and her sisters, Cinthy Burton and Mitildy Burton

Frances was taken from her mother, in Cumberland, Maryland, to Natchez, Mississippi, and then New Orleans, Louisiana. Her mother, Henny Butler, received letters from her but needs her address in New Orleans to reply. An antebellum ad (from 1843).

Ross wrote to a detective in search of her Sammons, Flemings, and Hardinay family

Gracie Tinsley seeking information on the whereabouts of two men, Thomas Lions and George Cox, who enslaved Amy Tinsley and Philip Tinsley, respectively.
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