MR. EDITOR—I wish to inquire for my relatives whom I left in Maryland about thirty-five years ago. My mother's name was Louisa; she had one afflicted sister named Mary. One of my sisters was named Harriet. We belonged to the Browning and Crocksaw estate. They owned a rope factory on Light street in Baltimore. I was sold at sheriff's sale for debt. The last I knew of mother she was living with a man named John Hemling. My name is Goorgeana, was about 16 years old when I was sold away. Mother limped a little when she walked. Address Georgeana Hodge, or Rev. A. Lockhart, Winchester, Tex.

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