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found our birth mother

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John

John Report 14 Dec 2012 15:46

my twin & i have found out who our blood mother was ,we were adopted at three weeks old in 1931 . we met all surviving relatives at a reunion on our 70th birthdays. a truly great moment in our lives. we found out our mother was sent away to a nursing home to have us then she went on to study as an accountant & then became the first lady bank manager in the city of London..My brother & I would like to thank all who assisted us in this great quest. god bless you all.
JOHN & DOUGLAS WOODWARD/. :-)