Tracing the ancestry of adopted persons.
All adopted persons over the age of 18 have the legal right to apply for details of the circumstances of their adoption and to see their adoption file. This should result in the discovery of the original birth certificate of the child and provide at least the name of the natural mother. Using this information, it is then possible to trace the ancestry of the natural parent, or try to discover what happened to them after the birth of their child.
ANCESTORS PROFESSIONAL GENEALOGY SERVICE - 11 CROSBIE ROAD - HARBORNE - BIRMINGHAM - B17 9BG
TELEPHONE: +44 (0) 121 246 4260
Ancestors Professional Genealogy Service
BA (Hons); Dip.Gen.
11 Crosbie Road,
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