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Trying to find my father can you help?

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Claire Report 27 Nov 2012 12:50

I have a lot of information but not aloud to post here as its to much. Message me if you think you can help. Thanks.


KempinaPartyhat Report 27 Nov 2012 12:56

you can post here but not personal info...
Put area of country
his name and approx what date he was born ie 1940 or 1960

if someone here THINKS they know or can help you they will Private message you


Claire Report 27 Nov 2012 15:46

His name is David McMillan he was born at bangour hospital westlothian Scotland 1963. I have family member names dates of birth etc.. Any help would be appreciated.


brummiejan Report 27 Nov 2012 16:02

There is an Allan McMillan (from deleted thread, this is his brother) listed in Blackburn West Lothian on


Reggie Report 27 Nov 2012 16:48

ONE post per topic, please Claire


Claire Report 27 Nov 2012 20:27

Look I'm sorry if I'm doing this wrong! Trying my best!!


JustDinosaurJill Report 27 Nov 2012 21:59

You are doing fine Claire. If we can help you we will. Just be mindful of what you post. Obviously we don't know the circumstances but in case you didn't realise, anyone can view this thread if they Google the right information. This is why everything has to be included carefully. It's meant to protect all parties. It takes into consideration things like a missing parent now having a new life or new family and all their past being unknown.

I don't know what else you've posted but I assume from Reggie's post that you have asked the same question on another post. If you keep it to one post it stops people from duplicating anything they do that others might already have done for you on a duplicate post.

Don't be put off looking via here.