Birth Records and Announcements in Baltimore Republican 1829 - 1832

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Paul H. Stewart, June 16 1832
Letters waiting for Paul H. Stewart. Is this Rebecca Ridgely's first husband, before George Bond?
Baltimore Republican
Baltimore, Maryland
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Jeremiah B Miller letter waiting
Baltimore Republican
Baltimore, Maryland
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Eliza Brown and son, runaway slave ad, from Mary Ridgely estate
Dec 1, 1832, Baltimore Republican. Is this our Mary Ridgely, wife of Charles and mother of Rebecca?,
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Baltimore, Maryland
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Mary Ridgely, Eliza Brown
1832 Baltimore, Estate of Mary Ridgely seeks runaway enslaved mother and child, Eliza Brown/Anderson. Is this Mary Ridgely the widow of Charles Ridgely, middle initial P., and mother of Rebecca Ann Ridgely, who married George Bond?
Baltimore Republican
Baltimore, Maryland
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