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Ever Growing Family Connections

As most of my friends know I was adopted and I’ve been on a rather slow, but lifelong hunt for my biological parents; more precisely trying to find my heritage. After taking a DNA test with Ancestry.com last August, I … Continue reading

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The Present Makes Sense of The Past?

I’d previously written in a blog that as a child growing up in Augusta, Georgia, I’d told folks I was Anglo-Saxon. (Note Here – I was adopted at 3 days old)  I was around 5 or so when I started … Continue reading

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My Continuing Heritage Search…

Last Fall (2015), I’d contacted GARR (Georgia Adoption Reunion Registry) in an attempt to find out about my personal heritage. I stumbled through the steps GARR requires one to do, got all the paperwork notarized and mailed off. A few … Continue reading

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Adoption Records Hunt continues…

Well GARR (Georgia Adoption Reunion Registry) called me today wanting me to move forward and order a copy of my original birth certificate. I asked what information would it have on it? My adoption records tell me practically nothing; no … Continue reading

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35 Years and Strike 3 on my Adoption Information

Talk about anticlimactic!  As I’d previously written, my first attempt to find information on my biological Mother/family was in 1980 as a Senior in High School.  My second attempt was as a Senior in College in 1990. This was the … Continue reading

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Letter to my Biological Mother

GARR (Georgia Adoption Reunion Registry) contacted me via email telling me they’d received my filled out and notarized forms and are starting their research. They also told me they’d approved my financial assistance as this stuff is not free, by … Continue reading

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Adoption; The Process of Getting Information

As I’d previously mentioned, I was adopted in August of 1962. I’d tried a few times over the years to find the records of my birth and all to no avail as of now. I was recently linked up with … Continue reading

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