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MINHINNICK, Jack Studholme:Looking for my dad
Was adopted out in 1965, am looking for anyone that knows Jack Studholme Minhinnick or his family, he was born in 1942? at Hawera but lived in Auckland at the time of my birth, he married my mother Shona Joan Gilmore when he was 23, any information is greatly appreicated, as he is my father and I have been looking all my life for him and family.
Hi Jellemojo you had better prepare yourself and join the whanau, they are a very large family. Try this link: http://groups.msn.com/TheNicholasFamily/minhinnicks.msnw
I am sure once you join and prove your whakapapa to then they will give you access to more infor.
Hi there Jellemojo,
I'm just writing to let you know that I hope like all the readers out there that you find your Dad and that communication can be finally made. I was so thrilled for you when you got your last posting having someone know your Dad, please post to let all readers know how you get on. You are one of the lucky ones, may it be a cherished journey.
Edited by - wasp3 on Oct 01 2004 11:30:59 PM
I would just like to let those know who have posted in my thread, that contact has been made with one of my uncles and the ball is rolling with contact with cousins and other uncles, and possibly getting to know siblings and hopefully finding my father, thank you all for your kind words. Arohanui Michelle
Kia ora for letting us know I know others have been following this with anticipation!
Artecwoman is right, you are one of the lucky ones, but to those of you still searching, don't give up!
Kia kaha - be strong
Nau te raurau,
Naku te raurau,
Ka ora ai nga tangata!
Together we will get there!