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|Maria||Report||14 Mar 2003 13:27|
i am adopted and am trying to trace my birth parents; Winnifred Keating, a radiographer from Dublin who was 26 when she gave birth to me in 1961. She worked as a local G.P in the West Midlands for that year before returning to Ireland. My father was also a doctor working at the same hospital in Dublin, rumour has it he was already married. His name was Patrick. My grandmother ran an unmarried mother's shelter in Dublin in 1960's and my grandfather who's surname is Keating ran a large construction company. Please contact rhea_young at hot mail