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|Dianne||Report||18 Feb 2012 14:18|
My husband was adopted and didn't want to look for his birth family in case this upset his adopted parents. However, when they died we started the search. When we finally got his birth certificate ( after a compulsory meeting with a social worker) it gave both his parents' addresses. When I checked on the internet there turned out to be a historical society covering the area for one address