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Re: Edward Fidler, Hardy Co., VA (now WV)
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> What time period is your Isaac Wolverton Redman living?
Isaac Wolverton REDMAN, Sr. n=23 Oct 1826 VA (now WV) d=07 Jun 1912 MO,Wright-Co,Dawson
You can see this & more info on his line at another message in this thread at ...
> Can you tell me your source for the Underground Railroad list of operators for Ross Co., Ohio?
Here are some online references.
Jesse & John REDMAN are mentioned on this webpage ...
"The Friends of Freedom Society
"African American communities sprinkled throughout southern Ohio provided safety for countless fugitives. Conductors in the Pee Pee settlement (Eden Baptist Church) in Pike County not only received fugitives from Scioto County , but conducted them to Chillicothe by way of the Robertson farm in Bourneville or to the Stillguest Settlement near Frankfort. Such communities offered a home for others who wanted to stay in Ohio. Thomas Woodson and his sons in Berlin Cross Roads (Jackson County) secreted fugitives to the "Colored" settlement in Chillicothe. Richard and Robert Chancellor, Charles H. Langston, the Hubbard family, John and Jesse REDMAN and Tucker Issacs in Chillicothe hid runaways in wagons and took them to Columbus about forty-five miles north."
One of the directors of the 'National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Inc.'
The above webpage is by Beverly GRAY who is a Co-ordinator for the
One of her links is to this page ...
which mentions ...
"People of Color who were UGRR Operators in OH,Ross-Co:
The homepage for the last mentioned web address is
From the above webpage ...
"The River-to-Lake Freedom Trail"
"The CHANCELLOR, LEACH, LANGSTON & REDMAN families were all African-Americans
The REDMAN/REDMOND surname is also mentioned here in an old message in the UGGR archives at ...
Hope this helps
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