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LOOKING FOR MY Biological GRANDMOTHER who i believe is in Rarotonga
My Name is Frances Lewis i am 29 years young, looking for my Biological grandmother who i believe this living in Rarotonga, back in 1960's she gave my father up for adoption at birth (She was in NZ for a short time but went back after she gave birth) ( My adoptive Nana is not forthcoming with information )
I would like to find her as i am medically unwell and i am missing a piece of my life..I am coming over in May 2019 and am hoping i would find her before then.
We have no information on her as my Dad has said he doesn't want to know and said he supports me in finding her.
If anyone knows anything please can you contact me firstname.lastname@example.org i will happily send a photo of my self and my father if that able to help identify my grandmother, as i have seen a few people who look splitting image of me, dad and my bother's here in NZ
I believe that i have Aunty and Uncles and cuzzies... I REALLY WANT TO MEET U ALL!!!
My father is in his early 50's
Thank u so much =]
HELP ME PLEASE =]
I really hope you can find more information, but in order for someone to help you, maybe you could answer the following questions - the more info there is in this post, the greater the chance of finding out more.
Do you have any idea of a surname for your grandmother as that would help track the whanau.
Does your father have his original birth certificate, as this would have his mother's name on it. If he doesn't have it, he can apply for it - Finding your birth parents
Where abouts was your father born?
Is your grandmother from Rarotonga, or from somewhere else? If so, the place name could also help. If she is from Rarotonga, even knowing the village would help.
I sincerely wish you all the best 🙂
Nau te raurau,
Naku te raurau,
Ka ora ai nga tangata!
Together we will get there!