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barbara yelyn'dephillips said:   July 24, 2012 2:41 pm PST
My real dad was in the militery of U.S.A. and was discharged a few months after the second ended. I was born in New Jersey. where both my parents were to settle in and raise their family. I heard stories they and the siblings born the same time I was born were murderd. I became a foundling. I found myself adopted to an army (U.S.A.) couple and family, when and as I was able to understand. They were from New York, and both enterd America in the late 1920's early 1930's. My birth states New York and a few days before I was really born in New Jersey. My personal records has an emblum to it, that stops the search to this point. That is my story in short. Yes I was and am victim of abuses and sexual abuses since I was an infeant. That too needs asortments and research. I would like to find the full truth of my real parents and siblings the same age as I.

Scott Andersen said:   July 2, 2012 8:16 pm PST
I was adopted at birth to some of the most wonderful adoptive parents anybody could ask for, however, I always felt "different" and that I didn't fit in. I am lucky in that my a-dad supports me in searching for my natural mom.

Julianna Resch Hodgman said:   May 18, 2012 7:12 pm PST
I was born in NYC and was able to find my birth name only-from my birth certificate-Julienne Chatiris. Could only find one Chatiris in Tri-stte area but no phone number. Investigater sent letter which was returned because no one by that name at that address. This is the reason I wish for wealth-to search the country would cost thousands.

Anne Johnson said:   May 18, 2012 5:48 pm PST
I am a NY a.mom whose 41 year old daughter found her b.mom with open arms. Since then I have dedicated part of the time I have left to help dozens find their truths.

christine salzer said:   May 15, 2012 6:59 am PST
As a birth mother looking for her son without success, I feel that all persons should have access to know their birth parents. This is human right for anyone to know their birthright. Its been difficult over the years not knowing where your child is and how they are doing in life.

Kate said:   April 21, 2012 1:21 pm PST
Hi; it was nice meeting you at the hospital yesterday, and good luck with the new baby! Luckily, I'm from Oregon, one of the states that make pre adoptive birth certificates open to adoptees. Let's hope NJ follows suit soon!!

Hilary Bassakaropoulos said:   April 11, 2012 10:19 am PST
I found my real mother three days before her hundredth birthday Hit brick walls time and time again but kept on until I finally found her We spent the last year of her life living together I am writing our story I still don't know who my father was. I believe it should be illegal to withhold our basic human right to know who we are. I ask people to stop for a few minutes and imagine how they would feel if they found out their parents were not their real parents and they did not know any of their blood relations It's wicked to deny us the truth Meeting my mother turned my life around and gave me a confidence and peace that I had never known Good luck with your mission - it' s a great one

Toni Anderson said:   April 8, 2012 9:53 am PST
I am a 67 year old birth mother, reunited. My daughter was born/relinquished in 1967. She began searching for me in 1996 and found me in 2003. If she was able to obtain her original BC her search would have been easier and faster; and we would have had more years together. It shouldn't be this way. An adoptee should be free to find origins...its their primal right. Let's all fight to change this barbaric law.

Michael Schoer said:   March 27, 2012 5:25 pm PST
Hello. I'm an adpotee from Ny city and saw you in a youtube video on "unsealed initiatives" website which I am a member. I'm just checking your web site out. I've heard that you do great work in NJ and just wanted to say thanks. I've been searching for just a short while and have been taking an activist roll by contacting and visiting our Ny elected officials to support the 2 bills that are now in Albany, Ny. I am a US Navy vet (Desert shield/storm 1988-92). I was an SM2 communications. Keep up the great work. Our birth records have to be unsealed NOW. We need access to our OBC now!!

Robin Halonski said:   March 2, 2012 6:50 am PST
I am an adoptee born 4/22/1964 so I have been told. Both my adoptive parents are deceased. I have no medical history to go by, I have three children who only have my history, so unfair. Please help get the files unsealed in NJ and all states for that matter. Be blessed

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