News from The Standard

The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
June 11, 1857, Page 2
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Information Wanted.

We comply cheerfully with the request to give the following an insertion in the Standard:

The design of this notice is the hope of gaining some information relative to my daughter, and only child, Victorine Penard, who was taken from me in 1841, by her father, my husband, Eugene Penard.  We were then living in Cassville, Georgia, and my child was between four and five years of age, when her father who is a Frenchman by birth, took her from me, as he said to carry her to Paris to be educated.  I have seen neither of them since that time, and I have received only one letter from my husband.  He wrote me from California about five years ago, and said that Victorine was in Paris.  She is now about twenty years of age, and I have learned that she is taught that her mother is dead.  I indulge the feeble hope, that through this notice she may ascertain that I am still living.  I would be most gratified for its circulation, and I earnestly pray that even if I am never permitted to see her again, some tidings of my child may reach a desolate Mother.  Address Adaline Penard, Clarksville, Georgia.


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