1. Cosmachenko :I am finding out information for my mother. Her adopted name is Mary Louise Giselle Carriere. She had a birth certificate from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada @ the St.Boniface Hospital. I went with her there last year and they said that she did not exist. Her birth said May 22,1954. She contacted the Canadian government and they said that she was maid a year younger. Her adopted parents names were Claudette and Gerard Carriere. My mother is a Circumsized women. She has no lips.
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2. Sandrad :uncle fred if you see this e-mail please contact me.
3. Littlebear2009 :hello i am a birth mom looking for my sion his name is justin kenneth ronald connell please i havent heard nothing back from you guys i wait for almost 6 mouth so you suopse to help i dont see no respound please at lease give me information
4. Getoutmeface :Hey queen‚ it’s yo gurl‚ sorry‚ Yo Man‚ no‚ yo..... non binary mother. where U at Did shecallmethey take yo brain Hope to hear from you soon... Warm regards‚ William Maxwell‚ Hull‚ Hu8 8LU
5. Mjelaca :I am searching for my sister birth name is"Margaret Jelaca or Mladenovich" born in Lyon-France‚ Montreal‚ Toronto or Quebec‚ Canada on or around April 1‚ 1963. Both parents immigrated from Yugoslavia to France-to-Canada then America. You were left in a Canadian Catholic Hospital/orphanage for medical reasons in between 1963/1966 the location is unclear. However‚ Montreal and Toronto is a good start. Unfortunately‚ this information came to my attention recently from the birth mother. Please contact me should any detail described above seem familiar. Milena
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