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Missing Friends 1886

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Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (London England) Long Lost Relatives, 1886

First Name Surname went to Left date ship left from, or lived in last heard from issue date asking comments
Samuel Vagan Little Falls, New York       March 21, 1882 Oct 1886 parents  
George Beaumont Wadham Oregon USA       June 1871 Apr 1886 mother 1871 address: Coos Bay, Oregon
John Walker San Francisco, California 1884 Francis Thorpe Southampton, England   Dec 1886 parents age 20. Thought to have left San Francisco for Port Littletown, New Zealand
Thomas Wallace New York, USA before 1874     1874 Dec 1886 mother aka Middleton or Monk. 1874 address New York City, New York. May have gone to Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Henry Burgess Waller London, Ontario, Canada       Dec 7, 1875 Apr 1886 widowed mother  
Alfred Ward Albany, New York 1858   London, England 1873 Dec 1886 sister aka Alfred Holms. Locomotive boiler maker
William White Savannah Georgia bef 1883     1883 Sep 1886 mother  
Henry Thomas Williams New York 1873 Great Western Bristol England 1873 Aug 1886 daughter Selina bootmaker
John H. Williams Brooklyn, New York bef 1882     1882 Sep 1886 mother horse-collar maker working for brother George in Brooklyn New York
Joseph Woodfield New York USA May 22, 1865 Pennsylvania Liverpool, England Dec. 1869 Oct 1886 parents last address: Sedelia, Petis Co. Missouri
Joseph Barrass Woodhead America     New Road End, Leeds Eng   June 1886 father + sisters Worked with his grandfather, a wheelwright, left England when his grandpa died


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