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28-Oct-2013  

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HOW TO WRITE A SEACH POST 101  

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Include pertinent information. Your DOB, your sex, name of hospital and adoption agency. Lawyer name or those of adopted parents are irrelevant, as b-parent will be equally blind to this information as you are to their details. Omit things like birth weight, your current name, heartfelt stories, or even your reason for looking. Save such bits for reunion. ___________________________________________________ If you have b-family details, share them. For instance if you have your OBC (original birth certificate), there are three critical bits that should be noted. B-mom name, her age, and a home address. These details are needed, and your DOB will be required in order to establish b-mom age and so forth. The OBC may also mention her place of birth, share that if given. THIS is the type information that will help you and others find, not your volume of freckles. ___________________________________________________ Lastly, when offering the above details, watch your spelling. I have seen posts where two different versions of b-mom surname were offered. I am not going to ask you to clarify, I will simply move on to the next post. Details are important, especially when we have so few of them start with. Spend the time and make sure what you are providing is accurate. Good searching- __________________________________________________ EDIT: The following was also suggested as valuable from the genealogist viewpoint .... information about profession(e.g. worked with horses, optician etc), grandparents or military service.
   

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