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Amanda

Amanda Report 20 Mar 2012 20:36

:-D

minihousenut

minihousenut Report 15 Mar 2012 15:18

Great to hear some good news for a change. Amanda pm'd me yesterday. Hope this is the start of a very happy relationship

jax

jax Report 15 Mar 2012 15:03

Thats very good news Michael

jax

Michael

Michael Report 15 Mar 2012 10:56

Morning all,
Thanks for every ones contribution to this thread, my wife and sister spoke to each for the first time last night for nearly two hours. It went very well, both are very happy.
Another success storey thanks to Genesreunited.
All the best
Mike

Penny

Penny Report 14 Mar 2012 06:15

Your wife needs to see her adoption file. Its almost certain she will be told her file is lost or cannot be found ( seems to be a stock answer) but persist and more often than not, they are located. ASk your local SS to do this. They have more clout than your wife.

Hopefully her file will contain proper info.

I learned from mine that I too had a full sister, and that the same adotion agency had dealt with her adoption.

Good luck

DIDN'T REALISE THIS WAS AN OLD THREAD

minihousenut

minihousenut Report 13 Mar 2012 22:48

Jax
I only saw them after I'd sent off the PM having spent the last three hours looking and finding Amanda

jax

jax Report 13 Mar 2012 22:27

Minihousenut

Have you not seen the replies from Amanda?

minihousenut

minihousenut Report 13 Mar 2012 22:18

Have sent pm with two possible names. If these are no good you should get in touch with social services again and ask to speak to somebody that deals with adoptions and ask them to locate the records for you. Also has your wife registered with Norcap and the national adoption society

Amanda

Amanda Report 13 Mar 2012 21:49

Jax
yes i did send a private message too thank you, this is the first time i have been on here so you can imagine my shock/surprise at reading Michael's reply

jax

jax Report 13 Mar 2012 21:31

Amanda

I hope you sent a private message aswell, as mentioned in my pm?

As it is a while since Michael has posted he may not be checking for replies on his thread

I am only posting this so everyone knows you have been advised

Amanda

Amanda Report 13 Mar 2012 21:22

Hi Michael, I think I might be the person you are looking for, I eagerly await your reply x :-)

Michael

Michael Report 7 Aug 2011 02:32

Hi Rose,
Just looked at the birth record for Norman S Underwood 1922 and found the tree with him in. Just sent a message to the tree owner. Thanks for finding that out for me, I haven't really been looking at the Underwood side of things but you never know it could be the way to solve this mystery.

Thanks again
Mike

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Click ADD REPLY button - not this link! Report 7 Aug 2011 02:06

I only found one birth in 1922 for a Norman S Underwood.

Rose

Michael

Michael Report 7 Aug 2011 01:55

Yeah sorry Rose it was 1971, not sure why I said around 1971. I'll have a look for the tree, did you find it under Norman Underwood or Norman S Underwood? suppose it doesn't make a difference really, I'll go and look now.
Thanks
Mike

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Click ADD REPLY button - not this link! Report 7 Aug 2011 01:48

Mike,

I've never seen anything written about the S, I just noticed the pattern started appearing around 1961/1962 and goes up until 1984.

Rose

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Click ADD REPLY button - not this link! Report 7 Aug 2011 01:44

There is someone with Norman in his tree on this site. Might be worth sending him a message.

Rose

Michael

Michael Report 7 Aug 2011 01:42

It is odd, as all the other children including my wife have the father listed.

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Click ADD REPLY button - not this link! Report 7 Aug 2011 01:40

Mike,

To start with you said the sister was born "around 1971", but later you say it was 1971. Do you know for sure it was 1971?

Rose

Michael

Michael Report 7 Aug 2011 01:40

Rose,
That is a great tip, my wifes has a S at the end of it and I couldn't work out what it meant. I spent many hours on google trying find out what the S stood for and could never find out.. Now I know, thankyou.

Mike

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Click ADD REPLY button - not this link! Report 7 Aug 2011 01:39

Odd that there's no father listed for James as his birth is registered the quarter after the marriage.

Rose