Who is the Find My Family Adoption Registry for?
This adoption reunion registry is for adoptees and their birth family members who are mutually searching for each other. It is for an adoptee wondering:
- How do I start looking for birth family?
- What steps should I take to find long lost family?
- How do I find my birth mother or birth father?
- Do I have a brother or sister?
- Can a birth parent search adoption records by birthdate?
- How to find a sibling that was given up for adoption?
- What are my origins and genealogy?
- What is my family medical history?
- How are other adoptees able to find their parents?
By using this adoption registry everyone can safely and privately have their reunion facilitated by a volunteer adoption "search angel".
How to get started searching for your family member?
Begin by registering and providing information regarding the adoption.
Then search the adoption records from over 85,000+ registrants. If you find a possible match, click on the adoption registry number and an email will be sent to Search Angel Judy who will research if it is a match.
- Female adoptee born on May 26, 1962 in District of Columbia County in District of Columbia
Adoption record added Today at 9:53am
- Female adoptee born on Feb 20, 1966 in El Paso, Texas
Adoption record added Monday at 2:49pm
- Researcher looking for Birth Mother of Female adoptee born on Aug 17, 1973 in San Jose, California
Adoption record added Sunday at 12:07am
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