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Members Currently Searching Within Italy
1. Dopey3333-Linda : Trying to find birth mother from Italy . Was told I was adopted ‚ but have reason to believe that I was not ‚ believe that my adoptedl father raised me with his wife . Believe my biological birth mom gave me up . I was born in Monterotondo Rome Italy 1961. Passport name Laila Formica. Have since confronted the adoptive dad and his wife and neither will be honest . . My name now is Linda Salvatore ‚ dad is Joseph Salvatore . My given name was Lalia Formica - Birth mom name is Angelica Formica - father unknown. My birthmother now lives in Reggio Calabria Italy is known to be 85 years .my objective is to just meet her and rest of family ‚ siblings .
Thank you‚ Linda Salvatore contact me.
2. Sherrymp18 : I am looking for the birth parents of Trifone Di Giorgi, birth about 11/10/1885 in Alessano, Italy, immigrated to the USA abroad ship Re d Italia on June 28, 1914. Was headed to Albany, New York to the home of his "good father (either a C, E or G) Calrolaro, Luigi or Ealrolaro, Luigi, or Galrolaro, Luigi living at 101 Green St in Alnamy, NY. If anybody out there knows anything please contact me I am researching behalf of Trifone’s great-grandchildren.
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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