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Margaret jones

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Linda Report 13 Jul 2013 21:54

My niece is trying to trace her biological mother Margaret Jones. She was named Sarah Jane Jones and was born in 1972 in Kirby Liverpool. She thinks her father was called David and that she has an older sister. Any information would be appreciated.


brummiejan Report 13 Jul 2013 22:30

Linda, with such a common name your niece will need more information I think.
Does she have anything else at all, such as an address from her birth cert? I am assuming she is adopted, and has access to her adoption records.


Reggie Report 13 Jul 2013 22:46

If she is your niece, her mother or father must be your sibling


patchem Report 14 Jul 2013 07:41

Perhaps Linda means her niece by adoption?

Have you put your niece on your tree in her birth name, to help if anyone comes looking for her?

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Click ADD REPLY button - not this link! Report 14 Jul 2013 08:09

A niece can also be a daughter of a sibling-in-law.



Reggie Report 14 Jul 2013 09:11

In that case, Rose, wouldn't the OP have said 'my husband's niece'?

BUT.............whatever the actual relationship..................the best course of action would be for the young woman to add herself to the national adoption contact register.