G. W. White searching for his mother-in-law Mary Hubanks [Eubanks?]

MR. EDITOR ---- I wish to inquire
for my wife's kin folks She was
brought from Richmond, Va , when
about six years old. She and
brother Henry, the eldest children,
were sold to Dr. Wm Bona'er, who
carried them to Fayetteville, Tennessee,
where Henry died in a few
years after. She lived there till
since the war, when I married her,
and we now live in Alabama. Her
mother's name was Mary Hubanks;
her father, John, who she thinks
was a free man. Their children
were Henry, Lucy and Patsy.
Wife's name was Lucy, but because
other's bore the same name she
took the name of Mollie, by which
she is now known. Address her at
Menlo, Alabama. G. W. WHITE

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