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jax Report 13 Apr 2012 21:40

If he was hoping his birth mother would find him he could add his name to this site where an older age group are more likely to look.


Sheila Report 13 Apr 2012 21:51


Contact SS in the area that Ian was born and see if they can locate which agency was used, maybe he has been in touch with them to view his records, they should be able to tell you this,
It may be possible they will assist you with your search, but you can also ask if you can leave a letter with his file, telling him you would welcome contact with him :-)


KINGSMILL Report 13 Apr 2012 22:18

Why not contact the IAN HAMSHAW on FACEBOOK & ask him if he has ever come across a namesake born in 1965.

No harm in "talking" to the other Ian. :-D


Sheryll Report 13 Apr 2012 22:22

I have been in touch with the ss Sherly and they did advise me to put my husbands name on the adoption register....I didnt know you could ask to put a letter with his file, i will try this thanks :) I have messaged the ian hamshaw on facebook, I know its a long shot but as u say worth a try :) thanks all x