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Missing sister in France

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ArgyllGran Report 9 Dec 2020 15:40

Searching on this site:

for a female child born c1941 brings up lots of possibilities, but without a sub, the YOB can't be narrowed down to nearer than 1941 +/- 60 , and also without a sub I can't see the father's name.


ArgyllGran Report 9 Dec 2020 15:25

Malyon -
the child was born in France, and in any case may have been registered under her mother's name.


malyon Report 9 Dec 2020 14:41

not seeing a birth for a moon


Unknown Report 9 Dec 2020 14:12

My father, Charles Maurice MOON (usually known as Maurice) was an ambulance driver with the British Army in France, 1940-41, between Rouen and Paris. When I was about 16 years of age (I am now 76) my father told me he had a daughter born and living in France. At that time I was not interested as I had an active sporting career ahead of me. I have discovered some beautiful embroidered silk post cards that he sent to his mother, Sarah MOON, at that time. I would dearly love to trace my long lost, older sister - or any children of hers. They would be my nieces and nephews.