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Looking for my dad's birth father - Ayrshire

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FHEN20

FHEN20 Report 1 Nov 2017 18:21

My dad was born Alexander Conway in October 1960 in Irvine, Ayrshire in Scotland. He was adopted as his mother Agnes Conway was unmarried, she died in December 1960 aged 24. I have traced his maternal family and we are in contact. However no-one seems to know the name of my dad's biological father. He might have been an older married married man but no-one seems to be sure about this. If anyone has any information they could share that would be great.

malyon

malyon Report 1 Nov 2017 18:37

I don't think any would have any information on the father of alexander

Kay????

Kay???? Report 1 Nov 2017 19:03


Unless there any named person in Alexanders adoption file which hes has a legal to have copies then it may not be possible to trace a biological father unless in time someone lays claim to being related.

KathleenBell

KathleenBell Report 2 Nov 2017 00:21

Unless your father's mother told any of her family who the father was then I'm afraid I doubt whether you will ever find out. Even without adoption most of us will find an illegitimate birth in our family tree at some point and it is something you just can't do anything about.

Kath. x