W. D. Davis searching for friends Adline/Adeline Baily and Tommy Kingsbury

MR. EDITOR -- I wish to inquire for my friends, named Adline Baily and Tommy Kingsbury. The first belonged to the old widow White that lived at Buck Snort, Miss., and they went from Mississippi, up on the Pigeon Roost plank road, and stayed there three years, and Tommy went from there to Hernando, Miss., and Ned White sold Tommy to Kingsbury, and he brought him to Texas in 1858. Adeline Baily was sold to John Baily, and she lived at Senatobia, Miss., and after she left there the second year of the war she went to Texas. I don't know what county. Their father was Allen White; now goes by the name of Allen Tally. Their mother was named Eliza White; now goes by Eliza Tally. They were separated from Tommy in Hernando, Miss., and were separated from Adeline on the Pigeon Roost, Plank Road, Shelby county, Tennessee. Eliza had only four children, Phillis belonged to Lewis White at Buck Snort, De Soto county, Miss., Adline was the next and Tommy. Rosana the oldest is dead. Address me Springfield, Conway county, Ark., Box 32. W. D. DAVIS.

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