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Members Currently Searching Within Israel
1. Marcela64 : Hi. I am looking for any info regarding my father‚ Moise Iancu Mendel‚ born in Romania‚ Birlad‚ went to Israel around 1930 and had a daughter in 1935‚ then in 1939-40 returned to Romania‚ Bucharest. At some point (maybe 1944-49) he changed his name to Marcel Hancu (or Hincu). Was the director of Casa Scinteii around 1950-60. Had me in 1964 and died in 1970. This is all I know. My sister name is Dalia‚ now Fotti. My name is Marcela Hancu‚ now Dascal. Any info will do‚ thank you.
2. Michalernst1950 : Hello‚ a baby boy of us was taken at birth‚ on spring 1950‚ in jerusalem that was called palestine at that time‚ israel. Mother was told he is not longer alive‚ but before they put mother to a deep sleep she saw a beautifull baby boy delivered .
The baby was born on spring 1950 and mother is still alive and have a big strong feeling that the baby is alive‚ live somewhere and maybe asking about his past. Lots of babies were taken ( kidnapped for adoption) at that time.
We also gave d.n.a. to the israely dna bank to find lost kids.
If any suspitios you have for being adopeted on spring 1950 please call me. Thank you‚ Michal Ernst. (The birth kid’s familly name is Dallal‚ jewish baby that arrived from Iraq‚ Bagdad).
My partner's birthmother was a match here, but she hadn't checked the site in so long, and initially we couldn't get a response. The site was diligent in trying to make contact using several different methods. Support staff were understanding and dedicated. Thank you Nikki and Katharine! Patrick met his Mom last Saturday!
I have found my entire family. Unfortunately my biological mother has passed in 92‚ but I have an Uncle & Aunt‚ several cousins‚ a brother and 3 sisters!!! Won't even get into their extended families. Thanks for everything. I am starting to feel whole again!!
I found my entire birth family on here. 37 years we have been apart! Thank you for this website.
We did not know my husband even had a son until a couple years ago. We tried some of the free searches but was disappointed that the match was wrong. We decided to try this site and withing a few days we had a match. He is an awesome young man and we look so forward to getting to know him.
I filled out my profile and had a match to my birth parents that same day! We connected on Facebook and talked for
a while to confirm that the match was accurate and it was! We are all very excited to get to know each other!
I wasn't expecting anything when I made a profile, but in a matter off minutes I found one match and to my surprise out was my long lost son. Thank You Adopted.com
Adopted.com was instrumental in locating my
biological family. Katharine introduced me to Wendy
Doherty, a genealogist with over forty years of
experience. Wendy successfully constructed family
trees that led to my half-siblings, and bio father!
Thank you, Katharine and Wendy!
My sister found me and I have been reunited with my birth mother and 5 siblings. It has been very exciting. The surprise on my birth mother's face was priceless when we met on Mother's day -Amazing how much we are alike. I have not connected with my birth father/his family yet.
Turns out my birth mother never left my city. I found four women who could match and found her on the 2nd reach out.
This site is fantastic‚ I found my daughter after 50 years!! I am so happy and can not thank you enough for all that you do for everyone.
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