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Janet Dally said:   June 10, 2013 9:29 am PST
I am an adult adoptee born in Hackensack NJ on 4/1/56. Since my adoptive parents have passed I have been searching with no luck for any info. My son is adopting now and I feel lost as a parent not being able to give them the info on their heritage/medical history. I never knew how much I wanted to know who I am until now :(

Kevin M Boissy said:   April 1, 2013 8:44 am PST
These are photos of me, Kevin Matthew, and I am looking for my birth parents I was born July 25, 1972 in Albany, NY. I don't know my parents names. I was told they were around 15-16 years old when I was born. I would love to find both my mother and father. To thank them for having me and loving me enough to what was in the best interest for me. I would love for them to meet my wife and children. If anyone has any information please email a message here on Facebook. Thank you for your time. God bless. Kevin genaeandkevin@gmail.com

Sheryl Tracey said:   February 6, 2013 9:31 am PST
Still searching...born in NYC, 1967. My biological father was drafted that year. The last name of Schroeder was given to me then.

Kurtis Woulard said:   February 4, 2013 5:38 am PST
Hello Pete, it was really awesome speaking to you yesterday. I'm glad you called. Its not easy to talk about being adopted unless you truly have accepted it into your heart. I look at it as God gave me a chance at a better life because he knows the gifts he gave me. I touch and influence so many lives on a daily basis whether it's in person or via Internet. Thank you for motivating me to go out and try to establish contact with my birth mother once again. I gave up after the door was closed but, you gave me a key to open it.... That key is called persistence. Here are the links to my story that I said I would post for you. Once again, thank you so much for the conversation yesterday. http://www.sptimes.com/2006/07/22/Tampabay/The_soldier_becomes_a.shtml http://www.sptimes.com/2006/09/15/Tampabay/Soldier_s_search_to_b.shtml

Susan Merkel said:   January 16, 2013 5:11 pm PST
Hello all: I am an adult adoptee with an adopted daughter (from China). I feel very fortunate that I was able to find my birthmother and birthfather before they passed away. I have been able to find some of my bio sibs and I can say that after feeling like a square peg trying to fit in a round hole most of my young life, after I met my birth family I felt more complete. I agree that open records is as human rights issue! You all may be interested to know that social workers in Australia and England have formally apologized for the way adoptees and birth mothers were treated. I plan to push for same here in the US!

nettie s. cox said:   December 22, 2012 5:44 pm PST
hi,i am still here and still searching for my son,birth name, alan dean cox"birthdate,july31,1960,in elmendorf(afb) hospital, anchorage,alaska.given up june1961 thru social services, anchorage,ak.i hope and pray that all adoptees will soon be able to get what is rightfully theirs anyway.you dont give birth to a child and lose it to adoption,then just forget about it like it never happened.it is with you always every single day of your life.hope your life is going great and thanks for your site.i love coming back and keep up with things.

Nikki said:   December 17, 2012 9:04 pm PST
Im not an adoptee, Just someone interested in genealogy. Im an advanced novice that has found several long lost relatives that have been missing for 30 to 50 yrs. Finding them was a blessing for me. So for the holiday season, I am willing to help anyone out that needs assistance. I have several online subscriptions as well as an arsenal of tricks to get what I am looking for. BTW Jullienne Chatiris I was able to find a Zan demetrious Chatiris 22 Mar 1895 from Andros Island Greece that lived at 2075 second avenue in Manhattan, NYC. He had a daughter named Carmela who was 16 in 1940 His wife was dead. There's another family William and Anna Chatris living in Manhattan with a daughter named Anncy who was 1 in 1940 Not sure if those are possible relatives. the name isn't common. people with similar surnames might know each other

Ellen said:   December 11, 2012 5:22 am PST
I was born, relinquished and adopted in 1964. I found my birth family through open records in the mid-1980's, and being able to know my relatives has been the biggest blessing of my life. All people deserve the truth.

Martinez James Michael said:   December 5, 2012 10:48 am PST
i was adopted in 1964 my birth was in massapequa @ Massapequa General,no longer in existence and the agency was Sheltering Arms also no longer operating Town of Oyster Bay has Mother unwed 16 yrs of age and no idetify info for father I have been recently blessed with a child,many prior misscarries, Purple Heart 2004 Iraq and FDNY Medic The courts in Jamaica NY (family) have been a road block to say the least and how is it appropriate for the state take the stance that they do If there is a person out there that has unresolved emotions and questions how dare they stand in the way of the reunion I became aware of my birth mother upon my adopted fathers death so the registration for contact is decades late I need resolution now if nothing more than health concerns for my son (famial predispositions) Thank You and see @ Pennings!!

Robert said:   October 25, 2012 7:10 am PST
I am an adult adoptee was born in New Mexico, adopted in Indiana. Have been getting the run around from both states...

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