George Crawford searching for Mag Crawford and Merinda Crawford

Times Dispatch. Richmond VA. Jun 19 1910 pg. C12 .png

Title

George Crawford searching for Mag Crawford and Merinda Crawford

Subject

Information Wanted Ad

Description

George Crawford searching for Mag and Merinda Crawford. They belonged to Jacob Woodson, of Richmond, VA. Reward for information offered.

Source

Times-Dispatch (Richmond, VA)

Date

June 19, 1910 (page C12)

Relation

"Little Want Ads Reveal Romance of Slavery Days," Times Dispatch (Richmond, VA), 20 Jun 1910, pg. 10, provides editorial commentary on this ad from George Crawford and another from Mary Ann Brown, both published in this newspaper the previous day.

George Crawford also placed an information wanted ad in the Richmond Planet, September 27, 1913.

Coverage

Hearne, TX
Richmond, VA
Harrisonburg, VA

Contributor

Jesse Nasta

Publisher

Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, Library of Congress

Transcription

Lost and Found.
REWARD FOR INFORMATION CON-
cerning Mag and Merinda Crawford,
who belonged to Jacob Woodson, of
Richmond, Va., who owned a livery
stable on Broad Street before the
war. His son, Chesterfield Woodson,
a lawyer, who owned me, moved to
Harrisonburg, Va. Please address
GEORGE CRAWFORD, Hearne, Tex.

State

Texas
Virginia

Citation

“George Crawford searching for Mag Crawford and Merinda Crawford,” Information Wanted Ad, Times-Dispatch (Richmond, VA), June 19, 1910 (page C12), Last Seen: Finding Family After Slavery, accessed May 8, 2021, https://informationwanted.org/items/show/2508.

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  1. Times Dispatch. Richmond VA. Jun 19 1910 pg. C12 .png

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