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Andy Terrill came to California in 1849 and his nephew is searching for information about his present whereabouts

Thomas searching for aunt Delcie Graves, her husband Frederick Graves, and uncle James Washington. Frederick and James "were soldiers in the war of 1863" [Civil War]. All "belonged to" Tom Alyer in Madison County, VA.

Mrs. Mary Kimbrow looking for information as to the whereabouts of her uncle Johnnie Blakley (he also goes by Johnnie Frierson).

Brown wrote to the Clerk of Court, Washington, DC, for information. He was sold away from Washington, DC, 40 years earlier [ca 1846].

Hullum's father went to New Orleans "during the emancipation" on a U.S. ship "as inspector." He served in the U.S. Army.

Samuel Gould searching for Sandy Gould and Wm. Gould, son and nephew of Nicholas Gould, who came from Richmond, VA, during the Civil War

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Mollie Curren searching for her uncle, Lewis Smith, her aunt, Sallie Anne Thorp, and her aunt, Patsy Thorp. Patsy was sold during slavery.

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Catherine Strong searching for her unnamed mother's family. Strong's grandmother Betsy Ridley, grandfather Thomas Moseley, aunts Lizzie and Georgana, and uncle William.

Campbell Siler searching for their mother, Mary; sister Lucinda; and brother Oliver.

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Charles C Wilson is searching for his uncle John Wilson or any of the Alexander family. They were last seen in 1864 or '65 when they were in the employ of Col. A.K. McClure in Chambersburg, PA. From there, they all went West.


The first article states that Charles Pearson, Newton, NC, sentenced to be hanged for murder, wishes to communicate with his mother or uncle, Armstead Pearson, Alexandria, VA. The second article, dated October 25th 1880, describes his execution.

D.J. Price searching for his uncles John and Jesse Price, as well as an unnamed uncle. Their brother, Price's father, was shot to death in August 1882.

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D. J. Price seeking information about his uncles John, James, or Jessie and several unnamed aunts.

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Isaac Rayford Jr. seeking information about his father Isaac Favers, uncles Joe and Daniel Benjamin Finley, and aunts Jane and Lurenia. They were last known to be in Arkansas.

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D. J. Price seeking information of his father's mother and brothers--only his uncle John Price is named in the ad.

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Miss Allie Grace Walsh, of Chicago, IL, searching for parents, sister, and uncles

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Thomas Young is looking for the family of his mother Mary Duken who ran away form her master

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Isaac Bray is looking for his father, Carter Bray.

Caroline Holloway searching for her aunts Celia and Violet, uncle Harry/Patter Austin, grandmother Fannie, and her siblings Florence and Amos.

Alfred Simpson searching for his mother Nellie Simpson who was enslaved by James Colvin in Culpepper County, Virginia.

Henrietta Banks seeking information about her father's relatives. Her father was owned by Billy Owens and was stolen when he was 15 and sold in Baltimore.

Ersia Jurault seeking information on her uncle, Moses Marlow (also known as Moses Howard), who was enslaved by John Howard in Mississippi.
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